This Implementation Manual has been developed to guide provinces who wish to use
Participatory Action Oriented Training (PAOT) as an IEC and community development tool to
improve water and sanitation and environment at the household level.
The Implementation Manual has been developed from experiences in pilots under the National
Target Program (NTPII) in Ninh Thuan and Dak Lak provinces as well as other applications of
PAOT in Vietnam.
Wobby is “painted with colored pencils” using primary and secondary colors. Because
his face looked so sad in my preliminary sketch, I chose to use mostly blue for his fur. To
keep the drawing bright, I used other primary colors for this puppy, yellow for the insides
of his ears and the under pads of his paws, and red (almost pink) for his nose. I chose
stripes of both primary and secondary colors for his rainbow ribbon (bow).
The diversity of colored pencils is explored in this non-traditional approach to drawing a
rosebud. The dark gray drawing surface challenges artists to pull the forms of the drawing
subject from darkness into light. This lesson is divided into three parts:
PART ONE: setting up your drawing format and drawing a detailed outline
PART TWO: shading light and medium values on the petals, stem, and leaves
PART THREE: adding realistic shadows by mixing a specific recipe of colors.
This report has five chapters: Chapter 1 outlines its contents; Chapter 2 describes the institutional framework for environmental protection in Vietnam; Chapter 3 focuses on the social environment; Chapter 4 discusses the natural environment in the study area; and Chapter 5 assesses the environmental aspects for the feasibility studies. For the social environment context, the resettlement issue is analyzed in Chapter 4. The environmental impact assessment (EIA) was prepared in a different format.
The proposed Institutional Actions to support the third component involves the strengthening and promotion of private sector involvement in the bus sub-sector, preceded by some important public sector technical reforms. This Chapter provides some outline recommendations for the development of urban transport within the STAP period, which are individually highlighted in text boxes.
guidelines on surveying and monitoring (FAO, 2011a) present the “big picture” – describing
how to plan a national strategy for obtaining AnGR-related data and keeping them up to
date; they introduce the various types of survey that may form part of such a strategy, and
outline the main steps involved in planning and implementing a survey.
Power flow solutions are needed in both for planning and operation studies.
Power flow studies for three phases balanced power system can be carried out using
very efficient methods. Power flow analysis for certain type of power system
network can be carried on by using several software that already been develop
without manual calculation on this time. One of the software is MATLAB with its
toolbox: Power System Analysis Toolbox. This software also uses numerical
methods to do power flow analysis like Newton-Raphson and its modified form, Fast
The purpose of this chapter is to outline a comprehensive framework for ﬁnancial statement analysis. Because ﬁnancial statements provide the most widely available data on public corporations’ economic activities, investors and other stakeholders rely on ﬁnancial reports to assess the plans and performance of ﬁrms and corporate managers. A variety of questions can be addressed by business analysis using ﬁnancial statements, as shown in the following examples: • A security analyst may be interested in asking: “How well is the firm I am following performing?...
Describe the three steps of the planning process. • Explain the relationship between planning and strategy. • Explain the role of planning in predicting the future and in mobilizing organizational resources to meet future contingencies. • Outline the main steps in SWOT analysis.
The diversity that exists in Ontario’s classrooms has helped to shape
the policy outlined in this document, which is intended to promote good
outcomes for English language learners. These students need to learn the
language of instruction in English language schools at the same time as they
are working towards meeting the curriculum expectations. Implementation
of this policy will promote academic achievement among English language
learners at the level expected of all learners in Ontario.
My statement today is primarily based on our prior work related to the department’s efforts to achieve audit readiness, implement modernized business systems and a business enterprise architecture, and reengineer its business processes. In addition, we are providing information on DOD’s updated plans for achieving auditability presented at a February 2012 briefing.
The package consists of a series of interrelated user-friendly modules that are designed
to address the wide variety of needs and priorities in policy development and service
planning. The topic of each module represents a core aspect of mental health. The starting
point is the module entitled The Mental Health Context, which outlines the global context
of mental health and summarizes the content of all the modules.
This chapter introduces the basic elements of short-term financial decisions. First, we discuss the short-term operating activities of the firm. We then identify some alternative short-term financial policies. Finally, we outline the basic elements in a short-term fi nancial plan and describe short-term financing instruments.
The term usually used to describe the way insurance companies decide
when to pay benefits is “benefit triggers.” This term refers to the criteria
and the methods that the insurance company uses to evaluate when you
are eligible for benefits, and the conditions you must meet to receive
benefits. This is an important part of a long-term care insurance policy.
Look at it carefully as you shop. The policy and the outline of coverage
usually describe the benefit triggers. Look for a section called “Eligibility for
the Payment of Benefits” or simply “Eligibility for Benefits.
China's Guangzhou Development District (GDD) will be the site of the new innovation cluster known as Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City. Jointly developed by GDD and Singbridge of Singapore, Knowledge City will be an environmentally and technologically advanced city that hosts innovative
Describing the very active Swiss programme, G. Müller outlined in detail the key
contributions. They include the World Calibration Centre for Ozone, Carbon Monoxide and
Methane, the QA/SAC Switzerland, and the World Optical Depth Research and Calibration Centre.
Mr Müller, the Rapporteur on Strategic Planning and Implementation of GAW, has led the effort to
produce the GAW Strategic Plan (GAW Report No. 142). He pointed out that Swiss scientists
have been active in assisting with the establishment of the Nairobi ozonesonde measurements and
the Mount Kenya Global station.
Chapter 5 - Planning and decision making. After you have mastered the material in this chapter, you will be able to: Describe the different levels of planning in an organization; explain the difference between strategic, tactical, operating, and unit plans; outline the value of simple-use plans, standing plans, and contingency plans;...
The importance of the anesthetist in perioperative care cannot be too greatly
emphasized. Correct patient selection and procedure planning can only be optimized
by a team approach and together with the surgeon; the anesthetist forms the core of
the team. A thorough understanding of the underlying physiology of the
gastrointestinal tract is important and a logical starting place for this book.
Outline: Planning problem, state-space search, partial-order planning, planning graphs, planning with propositional logic. Planning is the task of determining a sequence of actions that will achieve a goal. Domain independent heuristics and strategies must be based on a domain independent representation.
We consider the problem of optimal investment in a risky asset, and in
derivatives written on the price process of this asset, when the underlying asset
price process is a pure jump L´ evy process. The duality approach of Karatzas
and Shreve is used to derive the optimal consumption and investment plans. In
our economy, the optimal derivative payoff can be constructed from dynamic
trading in the risky asset and in European options of all strikes.