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46) Apart from some administrative and ad hoc support, Deng was expected to fulfill his mandate on a voluntary, unsalaried, and part-time basis.
The position of special rapporteur is unsalaried, but the UN pays for travel, staff and all administrative overhead.
These MFIs deliver very small loans - averaging between $250 and $600 in the MENA region - to unsalaried borrowers, usually without collateral, and typically promise future loans if previous ones are repaid in full and on time.
Without taxes, then, there are no government expenditures, and without government expenditures all public employees will be unsalaried and must look for productive work to earn a living.
Although most of Linda's work is unsalaried she said helping others has given her "a very rich life".
The position is unsalaried but travel expenses can be reimbursed.
4) as an unsalaried honorary curator in the Section of Naval Architecture, Department of Arts and Industries, Division of Anthropology.
A seven-member, nonvoting, unsalaried Advisory Board also exists.
Forced to flee his native Austria by the Nazi invasion, von Mises took refuge in Geneva before emigrating to the United States, where he took an unsalaried position at New York University.
Of only thirty-two who earned the Habilitation, including those who became assistant professors and unsalaried lecturers, most had been baptized or had severed their ties to the Jewish community (see Harriet Pass Freidenreich, Female, Jewish, and Educated: The Lives of Central European University Women [Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2002], 73).
For most of the conflict, the unsalaried, free-lancing Yon's work was found only on his own website.