Inset Agreement

UNESCO requires partners, bidders and their subcontractors to up to the highest standards of moral and ethical conduct when implementing the Partnership Agreement and not to participate in corrupt and fraudulent practices. Our members generate several positive effects on the ecosystems on which their businesses depend and create resilient and regenerative business models. We believe that insetting is a way for companies to simultaneously address the climate crisis and the crisis of nature. With regard to the budget of the partner`s technical proposal, UNESCO reserves the right to develop the work plan and negotiate the budget with the partners before signing an agreement guaranteeing the value of the money. Similarly, UNESCO will ensure that the selected partner is able, in accordance with its guidelines, to provide added value in the form of financial or in-kind benefits. The partner`s financial or in-kind contribution shall be indicated in the budget proposal. Overhead costs are not accepted in the form of administrative or service costs (direct activity-based budgeting). www.ofwat.gov.uk/competition/inset/prs_web_insetapptstable.xls note: UNESCO reserves the right not to fund proposals arising from this call for partnerships. Depending on the value and context of the agreement reached by the implementing partners, the final financial report should be reviewed by the partner`s external auditor. The audit requirement is confirmed during the development of the work plan and the conclusion of the contract. . A UNESCO implementing partner is an organization with a status of public utility, which has entrusted UNESCO in part with the full implementation of programmes or projects contained in a signed document.

At the same time as full responsibility and accountability for the efficient use of resources and the delivery of results, as set out in such a document. . The list also includes variations in the appointment of other established water companies and independent water systems. . (Please cite this UNESCO reference in all correspondence) The third component of the programme is to improve the capacity and qualification of PTTC instructors through a Teacher Qualification Upgrade (TQU) programme, corresponding to a Bachelor of Education and Further Teacher Training and Training (INSET). . . .