The Objective Sample Clauses

The Objective. The Lessor agrees to lease the Plantation Areas to Lessee who accepts the lease of the areas indicated in Chart 1 above, equivalent to 104,121 m2 of the Properties, hereinafter and for the legal purposes of this Agreement referred as "Leased Areas". Annex 1 has been attached to this Agreement, including the cadastral surveys of the 4 properties indicated in Chart 2 above, indicating the exact Leased Areas of Plantation. The Lessee understands and accepts that the Leased Areas, are the only areas the Lessee will have access to and will not have access and/or rights over any other portion of the Properties that are not areas indicated in Annex 1.
The Objective. THE SELLERgrants to “THE BUYER” the exclusivity of the Mining Concession Rights selling mention in Declaration I of this Agreement, for a term of 5 (five) years, starting on the date when this Agreement is signed by both Paries. Which implies that, during this period, the “THE SELLER” will not promote the selling of “THE MINES” to any third party different from “THE BUYER”. In anytime, during the term of this Agreement, and as a result of the exploration studies, “THE BUYER” will have the option to negotiate a price with “THE SELLER”, following the Negotiation Bases agrees in the THIRD CLAUSE of this Agreement. If at the end of the Term, “THE BUYER” decides that the exploration results doesn’t fulfill its expectations, this Agreement will be canceled and “THE MINES” will continued been “THE SELLER” property.
The Objective. 2.1. DFID’s support to OSUI requires technical and management support to Housing and Urban Development Department (HUDD), Government of Odisha (GoO) and 13 implementing agencies in Odisha1 for implementation of OSUI.
The Objective. The objective of the proposed engagement is to assist and advise INSCER in the development the Closed Loop Healthcare Activity Cycle - Home to Hospital to Home, as a controlled research and teaching system. The work product will be the initial selection of devices and systems the test facility might reasonably be expected to address in the foreseeable future. That architecture will consider the need for agility and flexibility in addressing a dynamic technical environment, where existing product life is shorter in the residence, and longer in the HCF and ambulance. The work product will be a selection list of initial devices, systems and networks and test goals for each.
The Objective. The impact of the programme will be more socially sustainable and productive garment and horticulture supply chains. The programme is expected to deliver results (outcomes) benefitting workers and smallholder farmers through improved household incomes; increased employment opportunities; reduced levels of poverty; improved working conditions; and improved working conditions for women. This is expected to have positive impact on productivity thus benefiting both workers/farmers and business. TGVCI will be a demand-led programme where businesses and other value chain actors will be incentivized (through co-financing) and (technically) supported to invest in activities/projects benefiting workers and smallholder farmers. At the same time, the programme will actively leverage and disseminate evidence and knowledge generated through these activities/projects. It will be managed on behalf of DFID by a dedicated Fund Manager. THE RECIPIENT DFID is the client for the establishment and successful operation of the TGVCI. The services it will provide are to deliver direct benefits to workers, small holder farmers and communities in the horticulture and apparel value chains in Kenya, South Africa and Bangladesh. THE SCOPE The programme is based on DFID funded research which has suggested that deliberate action is needed to encourage investments, in global value chains, for workers and smallholders’ wellbeing. Its key premise is that improvement in quality of jobs as well as working and social conditions surrounding workers and farmers (termed as Social Upgrading) is required for better productivity and increased value addition (Economic Upgrading) for firms in the longer term. This could only be achieved through a coordinated response primarily from commercial value chain actors, as well as other stakeholders including governments and civil society organisations. TGVCI will provide co-financing to support business and other value chain actors to make these investments. The Fund Manager will establish mechanisms to identify, prioritise, and support the design of project proposals that deliver desired outcomes leading to intended impact of the programme. The Fund manager will deliver core management functions (e.g. financial management and reporting) and contract with value chain actors to deliver projects that deliver the desired outcomes and contribute towards the impact of the Initiative. DFID does not provide advance funding, therefore, the Fund Manager will be requ...
The Objective. DFID’s support to MPUSP-2 requires a technical assistance support (TAS) service. The selected firm will provide technical assistance to Municipal Support Unit (MSU) set up under Urban Administration and Development Department (UADD) Government of Madhya Pradesh, and support it to implement MPUSP-2 especially towards achievement of the logframe indicators included in Annex 2, as well as roll-over work of the first phase of the programme.