Urgent Sample Clauses

Urgent. All issues included in this priority are deemed critical and will be given priority attention. These issues may affect a milestone or dependency related to the completion of conversion services. Issues in this category are critical to resolve prior to other project dependencies and milestones being completed. • Priority 2 – High. Issues included in this priority may affect the Target Date and require resolution prior to the completion of conversion services. • Priority 3 – Medium. Issues included in this priority are not required prior to completion of conversion services, but must be finished prior to the end of Implementation Services. • Priority 4 – Low. These items are not critical to either the completion of conversion services or Implementation Services but require monitoring for subsequent follow up or entry into NAVITAIRE’s Internet based customer support tool. • Priority 5Excluded. These items are deemed excluded and are either unnecessary or may be addressed in a business process change or work-around.
Urgent. FDC shall transport transfers for health service needs of an urgent nature (an inmate whose health condition requires transfer within a seven (7) day period) on regularly scheduled transport runs, time permitting. If the inmate cannot be held for the regularly scheduled transport run, then the CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for the transportation to the approved destination within agreeable time frames.
Urgent. ...iv. Promote school, university, military and women’s sports and those for people living with a handicap, and even for prisoners. Other Page 48, Resolutions, 21. Resolution No: DIC/CHSC/01 RELATING TO THE EMERGENCY PROGRAMME IN DIFFERENT SOCIAL SECTORS, para 13: CONCERNED by the fact that all cardinal virtues in the social sector have been compromised by the armed conflict resulting in the destabilisation of homes, the separation or divorce of parents, the increase in the number of abandoned children, children born out of wedlock, young delinquents and illiterates; and resulting further in: prostitution, promiscuity, an increase in the number of women as heads of households and child-mothers, the negation of moral and ethical values (rape, incest, pedophilia, abuse of women, etc), children being involved in odd jobs for survival, the abandonment of the elderly and those living with a physical or mental handicap, the neglect of war invalids and prisoners etc; Page 59, Resolutions, 22. Resolution No: DIC/CHSC/02 RELATING TO THE EMERGENCY HUMANITARIAN PROGRAMME FOR THE DRC: STATING that the above conditions have directly or indirectly affected the entire Congolese population to different degrees, giving rise to the following vulnerable groups: 1. more than 3 million internally displaced people, who have fled their war-ravaged, insecure towns or villages, losing everything: houses, jobs, source of income, and become completely destitute and reduced to vagrancy. A large number of these people are women, children and the elderly, most of whom are malnourished and in need of health care;
Urgent ii. Provide material, equipment and medical supplies to all health centres and all the health zones; Page 58, 22. Resolution No: DIC/CHSC/02 RELATING TO THE EMERGENCY HUMANITARIAN PROGRAMME FOR THE DRC: CONCERNED by the humanitarian crisis in the DRC, which has reached catastrophic proportions, directly or indirectly affecting more than 20 000 000 people as a result of destruction of infrastructures, lack of access to medical care, schooling and drinking water, malnutrition, spread of HIV/AIDS and STDs, malaria, TB and an increase in an already high unemployment rate (50% of the population); [...] FOR THE DRC 1. more than 3 million internally displaced people, who have fled their war-ravaged, insecure towns or villages, losing everything: houses, jobs, source of income, and become completely destitute and reduced to vagrancy. A large number of these people are women, children and the elderly, most of whom are malnourished and in need of health care;
Urgent i. Set up psychological rehabilitation centres for women, girls, children and all other traumatised persons; Page 53, Resolutions, 21. Resolution No: DIC/CHSC/01 RELATING TO THE EMERGENCY PROGRAMME IN DIFFERENT SOCIAL SECTORS, 3. FAMILIES, WOMEN, CHILDREN AND VULNERABLE PERSONS: APPEAL to the International Community in general and the bi- and multi-lateral partners of the Democratic Republic of Congo in particular, as well as to various concerned UN agencies, for emergency social aid to the Congolese people by supporting the governmental and non-governmental organisations in implementing the following measures:...
Urgent. ...iv. Adopt policies and measures to achieve the so-called “millenniumobjective according to which every girl and boy from now until the year 2015 will have equal access to primary education as well as to all the other levels of teaching;
Urgent iv. Restore the dignity of women so that they may fully assume their noble role of wives, mothers, educators, custodians of social values and development agents;
Urgent iv. Restore the dignity of women so that they may fully assume their noble role of wives, mothers, educators, custodians of social values and development agents; Page 75, Resolutions, 28. Resolution No: DIC/CHSC/08 RELATING TO THE NATIONAL MONITORING BODY FOR HUMAN RIGHTS: RECOMMEND: