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Live Streaming News Story     Building a Global Network on Sustainable Water and Energy Solutions Katowice, Poland | 6 December 2018    On Thursday, 6 December, a side-event at the SDG Pavilion (jointly hosted by UN DESA and GEIDCO) was held entitled "Building a Global Network on Sustainable water and energy solutions".
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The Conference was jointly organised by the United Nations Office of the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States (UN-OHRLLS) and the Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO). It brought together 200 participants representing governments, United Nations agencies, international and regional organizations, civil society, private sector, business community and think-tanks. (...) I express appreciation to the Government of China for hosting the Global Conference on Scalingup Energy Access and Finance in Least Developed Countries. I thank GEIDCO for your partnership and collaboration in organizing this meeting, I see many senior officials from the least developed countries here - this is good, we all need to work together and sustainable energy is of key importance for decades to come. (...) I thank our collaborating partner, GEIDCO for all your support and express my appreciation to Chairman Liu for his personal attention to our Conference.
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REPORT OF THE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD ON THE WORK OF ITS 49TH SESSION
President of the Conference acting Director General on behalf of the Organization Decision IDB.49/Dec.5 Financial situation of UNIDO The Industrial Development Board: (a) Took note of the information contained in document PBC.37/4; (b) Urged those Member States and former Member States that had not yet paid their assessed contributions, including advances to the Working Capital Fund and prior years’ arrears, to do so without delay; (c) Requested the Director General to pursue his efforts and contacts with Member States and former Member States to effect the collection of arrears. 7th plenary meeting 15 July 2021 Decision IDB.49/Dec.6 Restoration of voting rights – Dominican Republic The Industrial Development Board: (a) Took note of the information provided in document IDB.49/CRP.14; (b) Also took note of the regular payment of instalments, in line with the conditions of the payment plan as approved in May 2019, and encouraged the Dominican Republic to continue paying regularly its outstanding instalments; (c) At the request of the Dominican Republic, decided to restore its voting rights at the Industrial Development Board in accordance with Article 5.2 of the UNIDO Constitution; (d) Recommended to the General Conference to consider positively the restoration of voting rights of the Dominican Republic in all policymaking organs of UNIDO, in accordance with Article 5.2 of the Constitution. 7th plenary meeting 15 July 2021 Decision IDB.49/Dec.7 Scale of assessments for the fiscal period 2022–2023 The Industrial Development Board: (a) Took note of document IDB.49/6-PBC.37/6; (b) Recommended to the General Conference the establishment of a scale of assessments for the fiscal period 2022–2023 based on the United Nations General Assembly resolution 73/271, adjusted to the membership of UNIDO on the understanding that new members shall be assessed for the year in which they become members on the basis of the United Nations scale of assessments, as applicable to UNIDO; (c) Urged Member States to pay their assessed contributions for the 2022–2023 biennium in accordance with financial regulation 5.5 (b), which states that contributions and advances shall be due and payable in full within thirty days of the receipt of the communication of the Director General, or as of the first day of the calendar year to which it relates, whichever is later; GC.19/3 15/23 V.21-05646 (d) Called on Member States and former Member States that are in arrears to fulfil their constitutional obligations by paying their outstanding assessed contributions in full and without conditions as soon as possible, or to take advantage of payment plans to settle their arrears, in accordance with previous decisions by the policymaking organs of UNIDO. 7th plenary meeting 15 July 2021 Decision IDB.49/Dec.8 Working Capital Fund for the biennium 2022–2023 The Industrial Development Board: (a) Took note of document IDB.49/7-PBC.37/7; (b) Recommended to the General Conference that the level of the Working Capital Fund for the biennium 2022–2023 should remain at €7,423,030 and that the authorized purposes of the Fund for the biennium 2022–2023 should remain the same as for the biennium 2020–2021, i.e. as stipulated in decision GC.2/Dec.27, paragraph (b); (c) Urged Member States to pay their outstanding assessed contributions as soon as possible to minimize the need to withdraw sums from the Working Capital Fund to meet shortfalls in the payment of assessed contributions. 7th plenary meeting 15 July 2021 Decision IDB.49/Dec.9 Programme and budgets, 2022–2023 The Industrial Development Board: (a) Took note of the proposals of the Director General on the programme and budgets for the biennium 2022–2023, as contained in document IDB.49/5-PBC.37/5 and amended by document IDB.49/5/Add.1; (b) Took note with appreciation that the proposed programme and budgets were prepared in compliance with decision GC.18/Dec.14, by which Member States requested the Director General to “establish the […] draft budget 2022–2023 according to results-based budgeting principles”; (c) Recognized the challenges of transitioning to the new results-based budget framework and the efforts made by the Secretariat to prepare a balanced, evidence-based programme and budgets based on the results data generated by the integrated results and performance framework, and encouraged further efforts to improve results-based management at the project, programme and corporate level; (d) Recommended to the General Conference the approval of the proposed results-based budget structure and took note with appreciation of the improved alignment between the Programme and Budgets, 2022–2023 and the medium-term programme framework, 2022–2025, as recommended, inter alia, by the Report of the External Auditor for the financial year 2018 (IDB.47/3-PBC.35/3); (e) Recommended to the General Conference the approval of estimates of regular budget gross expenditures of €145,929,543 to be financed from assessed contributions in the amount of €141,856,243 and other income of €4,073,300; (f) Also recommended to the General Conference the approval of estimates of gross expenditures totalling €39,582,700 for the purpose of the operational budget for the biennium 2022–2023 to be financed from the reimbursement of support costs pertaining to technical cooperation and other services in the amount of €37,785 ,546 and other income amounting to €1,797,154 as may be provided for in the financial regulations; GC.19/3 V.21-05646 16/23 (g) Further, recommended to the General Conference the approval of €71,300 accumulated in the Special Account of Voluntary Contributions for Core Activiti es for the purpose of career development training during the biennium 2022 –2023; (h) Requested the Director General to: (i) Ensure a balanced allocation of resources among Results 1 to 5 during the execution of the Programme and Budgets, 2022–2023, with a special emphasis on Development Results one through three and Least Developed Countries; (ii) Report on the state of financing and implementation of the Programme and Budgets, 2022–2023 to the Programme and Budget Committee, the Industrial Development Board, and the General Conference of UNIDO throughout the biennium; (iii) Report to the next two sessions of the Programme and Budget Committee on efficiencies and savings between sessions, with the understanding that the search for efficiencies and savings must be a continuous management process, without hampering the core functions of the Organization; (iv) Continue to strengthen the Secretariat’s results-based management processes and tools, as they relate to, inter alia, target-setting, impact-oriented planning, and continuous monitoring, reporting and evaluation, as a means to improve accountability and learning at UNIDO; (v) Report yearly to the Board on the progress made by the Secretariat on items (ii) and (iv) above, in particular on improving the results data within the integrated results and performance framework, with a view to, inter alia, inform accurate target-setting in future programme and budgets; (i) Noted that the Special Resources for Africa together with voluntary contributions would be used to foster industrialization in Africa and implement UNIDO’s leading role assigned in United Nations General Assembly resolution 70/293 on the Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa. 7th plenary meeting 15 July 2021 Decision IDB.49/Dec.10 Outcome of the consultations on circular economy The Industrial Development Board: (a) Recalled resolution GC.18/Res.7 on UNIDO activities in energy and the environment, in which the Director General was requested to organize consultations for experts from Member States on circular economy; (b) Underlined the importance of consultations on substantive issues to promote collaborative action in Member States to advance the implementati on of the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development through inclusive and sustainable industrial development; (c) Took note of the report by the Director General (IDB.49/19); (d) Agreed to further consider the outcome of the consultations on circular economy, held on 10–12 May 2021, at the nineteenth session of the General Conference with a view to adopting a resolution on this matter. 7th plenary meeting 15 July 2021 Decision IDB.49/Dec.11 Inclusive and sustainable development in middle- income countries The Industrial Development Board: (a) Recalled that its decision IDB.48/Dec.7 requested the Director General to finalize the workplan for implementation of the UNIDO Strategic Framework for GC.19/3 17/23 V.21-05646 Partnering with Middle-Income Countries (GC.18/Res.9) and to present it for consideration to the Board at its forty-ninth session; (b) Took note of the information contained in the report by the Director General (IDB.49/20) and acknowledged the distribution of the UNIDO workplan for partnering with middle-income countries (IDB.49/CRP.10) on July 12, 2021; (c) Highlighted the importance of providing such workplans as pre-session documents, to allow all Member States to study them in order to be able to engage in a productive discussion and reminded the Secretariat the need to respect the deadlines and other requirements established in the Rules of Procedure for the distribution of documents for the Board’s consideration; (d) Decided to continue consideration of the workplan at its fiftieth session and requested the inclusion of this item on the agenda of the session. 7th plenary meeting 15 July 2021 Decision IDB.49/Dec.12 Applications from non-governmental organizations for consultative status The Industrial Development Board: (a) Took note of the information contained in document IDB.49/26; (b) Decided, in accordance with Article 19.1 (b) of the Constitution and the guidelines for the relationship of UNIDO with intergovernmental, governmental, non-governmental and other organizations (General Conference decision GC.1/Dec.41, annex, para. 17), to grant consultative status with UNIDO to the following non-governmental organizations: Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO), and Global Women’s Network for the Energy Transition (GWNET). 7th plenary meeting 15 July 2021 Decision IDB.49/Dec.13 Relationship agreement with an intergovernmental organization The Industrial Development Board: (a) Took note of the information provided in document IDB.49/30; (b) Authorized the Director General, in accordance with Article 19.1 (a) of the Constitution and the guidelines for the relationship of UNIDO with intergovernmental, governmental, non-governmental and other organizations (General Conference decision GC.1/Dec.41, annex, para. 9), and on the basis of the information contained in the annex to document IDB.49/30, to conclude an appropriate relationship agreement with the following intergovernmental organization: International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR). 7th plenary meeting 15 July 2021 Decision IDB.49/Dec.14 Preparations for the nineteenth session of the General Conference The Industrial Development Board: (a) Took note of the information provided in document IDB.49/29; GC.19/3 V.21-05646 18/23 (b) Adopted the following agenda for the nineteenth session of the General Conference: 1.
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International non-governmental organizations having consultative status with UNIDO (as of 23 September 2021: 38 Organizations) Name of organization Abbreviation/ acronym Authority/decision Background information document         AISEC International   IDB.24/Dec.12 IDB.24/24 Arab Federation for Food Industries AFFI IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5 AVSI Foundation AVSI IDB.41/Dec.16 IDB.41/20 Center for Global Dialogue and Cooperation CGDC IDB.41/Dec.16 IDB.41/20 China Chamber of International Commerce CCOIC IDB.44/Dec.17 IDB.44/18 European Business Council for Africa and the Mediterranean EBCAM IDB.47/Dec.10 IDB.47/28 European Union of Public Relations EUPR IDB.14/Dec.24 IDB.14/23 Forum Francophone des Affaires FFA IDB.34/Dec.4 IDB.34/10 Global Alliance of SMEs GASME IDB.40/Dec.9 IDB.40/23 Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization GEIDCO IDB.49/Dec.12 IDB.49/26 Global Options and Linkages GOAL IDB.33/Dec.10 IDB.33/13 Global Women’s Network for the Energy Transition GWNET IDB.49/Dec.12 IDB.49/26 International Alliance of Women IAW IDB.8/Dec.40 IDB.8/14 International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience IAESTE IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5/Add.1 International Association ZNANIE   IDB.24/Dec.12 IDB.24/24 International Centre on Small Hydro Power ICSHP IDB.19/Dec.6 IDB.19/4 International Congress of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs ICIE IDB.21/Dec.13 IDB.21/28 International Council of Women ICW IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5 International Electrotechnical Commission IEC IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5 International Federation of Automatic Control IFAC IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5/Add.1 International Federation of Business and Professional Women IFBPW IDB.4/Dec.45 IDB.4/17 International Foundation for the Promotion of Privatization and Foreign Investments FPI IDB.11/Dec.36 IDB.11/6 International Gas Union IGU IDB.40/Dec.9 IDB.40/20 International Institute of Industrial Ecology and Green   Economy 2iecologie IDB.46/Dec.14 IDB.46/23 International Investment Center IIC IDB.28/Dec.8 IDB.28/12 International Multiracial Shared Cultural Organization IMSCO IDB.17/Dec.8 IDB.17/12 International Network for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises INSME IDB.28/Dec.8 IDB.28/12/Add.1 International Organization for Standardization ISO IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5 ISEKI-Food Association IFA IDB.38/Dec.11 IDB.38/19 Organization for International Economic Relations OIER IDB.39/Dec.10 IDB.39/18 Organization of Islamic Capitals and Cities OICC IDB.11/Dec.36 IDB.11/16 Society for International Development SID IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5 Society of Chemical Industry SCI IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5 Soroptimist International SI IDB.14/Dec.24 IDB.14/23 World Association of Industrial and Technological Research Organizations WAITRO IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5 World Federation of Engineering Organizations WFEO IDB.43/Dec.11 IDB.43/17 World Free Zones Organization World FZO IDB.44/Dec.17 IDB.44/18 World Union of Small and Medium Enterprises WUSME IDB.48/Dec.14 IDB.48/28 Footer Who we are UNIDO in brief History UNIDO Worldwide Director General Our focus UNIDO & the SDGs Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Programme for Country Partnership Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa GMIS - Global Manufacturing & Industrialisation Summit Explore Projects Stories News Publications More Employment Procurement Legal Resources Scam Alert Evaluation and Internal Oversight Report Wrongdoing Contact Information Press and Media Disclaimer © 2017 United Nations Industrial Development Organization
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International non-governmental organizations having consultative status with UNIDO (as of 23 September 2021: 38 Organizations) Name of organization Abbreviation/ acronym Authority/decision Background information document         AISEC International   IDB.24/Dec.12 IDB.24/24 Arab Federation for Food Industries AFFI IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5 AVSI Foundation AVSI IDB.41/Dec.16 IDB.41/20 Center for Global Dialogue and Cooperation CGDC IDB.41/Dec.16 IDB.41/20 China Chamber of International Commerce CCOIC IDB.44/Dec.17 IDB.44/18 European Business Council for Africa and the Mediterranean EBCAM IDB.47/Dec.10 IDB.47/28 European Union of Public Relations EUPR IDB.14/Dec.24 IDB.14/23 Forum Francophone des Affaires FFA IDB.34/Dec.4 IDB.34/10 Global Alliance of SMEs GASME IDB.40/Dec.9 IDB.40/23 Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization GEIDCO IDB.49/Dec.12 IDB.49/26 Global Options and Linkages GOAL IDB.33/Dec.10 IDB.33/13 Global Women’s Network for the Energy Transition GWNET IDB.49/Dec.12 IDB.49/26 International Alliance of Women IAW IDB.8/Dec.40 IDB.8/14 International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience IAESTE IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5/Add.1 International Association ZNANIE   IDB.24/Dec.12 IDB.24/24 International Centre on Small Hydro Power ICSHP IDB.19/Dec.6 IDB.19/4 International Congress of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs ICIE IDB.21/Dec.13 IDB.21/28 International Council of Women ICW IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5 International Electrotechnical Commission IEC IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5 International Federation of Automatic Control IFAC IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5/Add.1 International Federation of Business and Professional Women IFBPW IDB.4/Dec.45 IDB.4/17 International Foundation for the Promotion of Privatization and Foreign Investments FPI IDB.11/Dec.36 IDB.11/6 International Gas Union IGU IDB.40/Dec.9 IDB.40/20 International Institute of Industrial Ecology and Green   Economy 2iecologie IDB.46/Dec.14 IDB.46/23 International Investment Center IIC IDB.28/Dec.8 IDB.28/12 International Multiracial Shared Cultural Organization IMSCO IDB.17/Dec.8 IDB.17/12 International Network for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises INSME IDB.28/Dec.8 IDB.28/12/Add.1 International Organization for Standardization ISO IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5 ISEKI-Food Association IFA IDB.38/Dec.11 IDB.38/19 Organization for International Economic Relations OIER IDB.39/Dec.10 IDB.39/18 Organization of Islamic Capitals and Cities OICC IDB.11/Dec.36 IDB.11/16 Society for International Development SID IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5 Society of Chemical Industry SCI IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5 Soroptimist International SI IDB.14/Dec.24 IDB.14/23 World Association of Industrial and Technological Research Organizations WAITRO IDB.2/Dec.29 IDB.2/5 World Federation of Engineering Organizations WFEO IDB.43/Dec.11 IDB.43/17 World Free Zones Organization World FZO IDB.44/Dec.17 IDB.44/18 World Union of Small and Medium Enterprises WUSME IDB.48/Dec.14 IDB.48/28 Footer Who we are UNIDO in brief History UNIDO Worldwide Director General Our focus UNIDO & the SDGs Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Programme for Country Partnership Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa GMIS - Global Manufacturing & Industrialisation Summit Explore Projects Stories News Publications More Employment Procurement Legal Resources Scam Alert Evaluation and Internal Oversight Report Wrongdoing Contact Information Press and Media Disclaimer © 2017 United Nations Industrial Development Organization
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CIER abogó por profundizar los sistemas de integración y además regular y financiarlos mancomunadamente, considerando los recursos de cada país, tomando en cuenta los proprios modelos de funcionamiento de los sistemas energéticos internos. GEIDCO, Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization presentó las actividades y el alcance de la iniciativa, así como el anuncio del próximo reporte: “Central and South America Interconnection Research”.
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