Host Government definition

Host Government means a Government with which UNICEF has a programme of development cooperation, and includes a Government of a country in which UNICEF provides humanitarian assistance.
Host Government means the government of the State Party in whose territory an investment is made or located; "Host State" means the State Party in whose territory an investment is made or located;
Host Government means any government with which UNICEF has a programme of development cooperation, and includes any government of a country in which UNICEF provides humanitarian assistance.

Examples of Host Government in a sentence

  • One year of this experience must have been gained working in a position equivalent to no less than the next lower level of FSN responsibility in this or an occupation that requires similar skills, within a USG organization, the Host Government, the private sector, or within an international or donor organization.

  • You accept and acknowledge that the Government Data is proprietary to the Host Government and that you will not claim any ownership or any other rights in the Government Data.

  • Bidders shall be domiciled and must have complied with all Host Government legal set forth Regulations to operate in Afghanistan and a regular tax payer to offer such services as specified in the tender and shall furnish copy of its operating license/certificate of registration valid for the fiscal year 2017 and possibly 2018.

  • When the Access Period ends, unless otherwise agreed with UNICEF and the Host Government, you will return to UNICEF all the Government Data, or, at UNICEF’s option, destroy all copies of the Government Data held by any Authorized Users and confirm such destruction to UNICEF in writing.

  • One year of this experience must have been gained working at a Fully Successful level in a position equivalent to no less than the next lower level of FSN responsibility in this or an occupation that requires similar skills, within a USG organization, the Host Government, the private sector, or within an international or donor organization.


More Definitions of Host Government

Host Government means the central or federal government of a State.
Host Government means the Government of the Host Country;
Host Government means the governing body of the county, if the largest number of equivalent residential connections currently served by a system of the utility is located in the unincorporated area, or the governing body of a municipality, if the largest number of equivalent residential connections currently served by a system of the utility is located within that municipality’s boundaries.
Host Government means the governing body of the county, if the largest number of equivalent residential connections currently served by a system of the utility is located in the unincorporated area, or the governing body of a municipality, if the largest number of equivalent residential connections currently served by a system of the utility is located within that
Host Government means a Government with which UNICEF has a programme of development cooperation, and includes a Government of a country in which UNICEF provides humanitarian assistance. Contractor’s “Key Personnel” are: (i) Personnel identified in the proposal as key individuals (as a minimum, partners, managers, senior auditors) to be assigned for participation in the performance of the Contract; (ii) Personnel whose resumes were submitted with the proposal; and (iii) individuals who are designated as key personnel by agreement of the Contractor and UNICEF during negotiations.
Host Government means the government of the Contracting State in whose territory and maritime zones the relevant investment is made or is to be made.
Host Government means the governing body of the