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We will direct the funds from the Bulgaria-Turkey Cross-border Cooperation
… and Human Resources Ms Kristalina Georgieva for the efforts they invested, because promoting the environment and developing sustainable tourism go hand in hand and are important for the establishment of better relations and co-operation with Turkey …
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South Africa to start nuclear procurement this month
"Each one of these IGAs lays the foundation for cooperation, trade and exchange of nuclear technology as well as procurement. … They covered nuclear power plant technology and construction; multipurpose research reactor technology and construction …
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For the past three years, Sarah has served as the Cambodia country manager for Pact, a U.S.-based development NGO, managing a portfolio that includes natural resource management, livelihood, civil society, good governance and corporate social …

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WHO Responding to Unprecedented Scale of Humanitarian, Public Health
“Just two years ago, WHO developed the Emergency Response Framework (ERF) to guide our response in all types of emergencies,” explains Aylward. “The ERF ensures that the full resources of the organization … “WHO's internal resources have been over …
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Excerpts on Palestine from Speeches Delivered at UN General Assembly
They must be granted their basic rights to live in dignity and enjoy economic development. We are … “As early as the mid-198o's, Japan launched cooperation in Gaza to foster human resources. … He said, 'Gaza has no natural resources whatsoever …
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Fall Arts Guide 2014
Each artist will develop their work for around ten weeks starting in august. Administered in …. In related news, The College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences has a profile of 1945 alumnus Tom Kitayama whose family was originally …
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