Distribution of TCP funded COVID-19 support by Region
Distribution of TCP funded COVID-19 support by Priority Area
2019 TCP Report
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT :WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE GREEK NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The helpline is confidential and staffed by specifically trained counsellors.
It is funded by the State and the EU National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF)
2007-2013 and charges a local call. (...) The helpline is
state-funded, mainly by the Ministry of Labour and Social Security (...)
• There are currently 21 women’s shelters which accept battered women and their
children for a maximum of three months: 19 run by local authorities and funded by
the State and the NSRF 2007-20132, and 2 state-funded, run by EKKA
ELECTION TO FILL A VACANCY ON THE FINANCE COMMITTEE
For this purpose she
is now leading an action on marine resources under the umbrella of the RITMARE
project, a national flagship program funded by the Italian Ministry of Research and
Education. She is coordinating a project funded by Regione Puglia for the assessment
of the offshore sand deposits for beach nourishment along the Apulian coast.
(...) MBES acquisition, OBS deployment, wide-angle seismics;
13/07-28/07 TTR-10 cruise (Training Through Research, Floating University, funded
by UNESCO) aboard R/V Professor Logachev.
REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES, RASHIDA MANJOO :ADDENDUM
However, these are not funded and are poorly
implemented. Overall, the State support that is provided is neither holistic nor multi-
9. (...) Hotlines are common throughout the region,
but are operated by NGOs and are not available 24/7. This work is funded primarily by
external donor funding and is project-based and not sustainable in the long term. (...) Institutional mechanisms are not sufficiently independent or funded to provide
31. States are largely failing to provide protection and prevention services.
LIABILITIES AND PROPOSED FUNDING FOR AFTER-SERVICE HEALTH INSURANCE BENEFITS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
(a) 总部方案 http://www.un.org/insurance
㈠ Aetna Open Choice Preferred Provider Organization
㈡ Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield Preferred
㈢ Health Insurance Plan of New York
㈣ CIGNA Dental Preferred Provider Organization
(b) Van Breda 国际保险方案 http://www.un.org/insurance
(d) 联合国工作人员疾病和意外相互保险协会 http://188.8.131.52/assmut/Statutes.pdf
(e) 联合国维也纳办事处/联合国工业发展组织 Van Breda
(f) 奥地利疾病保险计划(Wiener Gebietskrankenkasse) https://www.unodc.org/hrsa/finance/personal_
DECISION CONCERNING FOLLOW-UP PROGRAMME FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CLAIMS AWARDS TAKEN BY THE GOVERNING COUNCIL OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMPENSATION COMMISSION AT ITS 150TH MEETING, ON 8 DECEMBER 2005
These guidelines will be used to monitor technical and financial aspects of projects funded by
awards in the category F4 environmental claims that are covered by the Follow-up programme for
environmental awards (the “Programme”). (...) By paragraph 6 of decision
132, the Governing Council established a tracking and reporting programme
“to ensure that funds are spent on conducting the environmental monitoring and assessment
activities in a transparent and appropriate manner and that the funded projects remain reasonable
monitoring and assessment activities”.
3. (...) Pursuant to the direction of the Governing Council, claimant Governments are required to
report at the beginning of each project and every six months, to enable the UNCC to ensure that funds
are spent on conducting the environmental remediation and restoration activities in a transparent and
appropriate manner and that the funded projects remain reasonable remediation activities.
ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL ADVISORY COMMITTEE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Project coordinator and senior researcher
• “Facilitating Peaceful Protests”, Geneva Academy, funded by the Swiss
• “Drones and Autonomous Weapons System under International Law”, Geneva
Academy, funded by the Swiss Government, 2013–2015 (...)
• “Terrorism and international legacy”, funded by the University Complutense of
Madrid, 2008–2011 (...)
• “Fight against terrorism, international humanitarian law and international criminal
law”, funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Education, 2005–2008.
GE.12-70700 (C) 240
[Participating experts from non-Annex I Parties, Parties included in Annex I to the
Convention (Annex I Parties) with economies in transition [and Annex I Parties whose
special circumstances are recognized by the Conference of Parties] shall be funded in
accordance with the existing procedures2 for participation in UNFCCC activities. Experts
from other Parties included in Annex I to the Convention shall be funded by their
governments and those representing the intergovernmental organizations shall be funded by
their respective organizations]. (...) The secretariat shall also ensure that members selected for the TTE shall neither be
nationals of the Party under analysis nor be nominated or funded by that Party, and the
secretariat shall ensure that analysis of successive BURs from the same Party are not
undertaken by the same TTE.
PLANS AND PROJECTS FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL ISLAND DEVELOPING STATES IMPLEMENTATED, UNDER IMPLEMENTATION OR ENVISAGED FOR THE PERIOD OF 1999-2003 BY BILATERAL DONORS, UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATIONS AND REGIONAL AND NON-UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
As would be
expected, the small "soft" projects have generally been initiated and completed within one year,
while the "hard" infrastructural ones have often been planned for a span of several years.
Among projects funded by bilateral donors a majority consist of "hard" projects, many of them of
multi-year cycles involving government-to-government cooperation.
11. (...) Some programme areas such as waste management, regional
institutions, science and technology seem to have received inadequate attention. Among
projects funded or implemented by international organizations there seems to be no distinct
pattern of preference or emphasis. (...) Information on
projects funded by New Zealand does not include assistance to NGOs.
GE.11-63636 (C) 031
The first multi-trust fund project, an FSP funded by the GEF Trust Fund and the SCCF,
is reported once for each trust fund but counts as only one GEF project.3
5. (...) They include climate change mitigation, technology transfer, climate change
adaptation, and enabling activities funded from the GEF Trust Fund, the Least Developed Countries Fund (LDCF),
and the Special Climate Change Fund (SCCF).
19. (...) Most of them were funded from the GEF Trust Fund, while three projects also included
funding from the SCCF for technology transfer and/or adaptation.