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Prominent partners of the programme include the World Bank, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the World-Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), the AU and NEPAD. 20. The objective of ASP is to clean up and safely dispose of all obsolete pesticide stocks in Africa, and to establish preventive measures to avoid future accumulation so as to protect human and environmental health. (...) The Global Mercury Project (GMP) was a six-country project implemented by UNIDO with GEF funding that introduced cleaner gold mining and extraction technologies in order to minimize or eliminate mercury releases and develop the capacity and regulatory mechanisms that will enable the sector to minimize negative environmental and human health aspects of mercury use in gold mining. (...) Many African countries appreciate the integrated approach to chemicals management provided by SAICM, and have embarked on its implementation, with funding provided by the SAICM Quick Start Programme (QSP).
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Score: 168769.75 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...Report-on-ChemicalsSummary.pdf
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The Government has introduced a Gender Budget Statement as part of the Union Budget, which has emerged as an important tool for reporting allocations for women and provides an indication of the funds flowing to them. The number of Ministries/Departments reflecting their schemes and programmes in the Gender Budget Statement has increased from 9 in 2005-06 to 30 in 2014-15 and the magnitude of gender budget has also increased from 2.79% to 5.46% during the same period. (...) The first meeting of India-US Women Empowerment Dialogue (WED) took place in India on 9 November 2009, which arrived at following conclusions: 17     a) Importance of sharing best practices and expertise with each other. b) Need to leverage initiatives and programmes of the other dialogues such as education, health and climate change. c) Designing a roadmap for the WED and exploring topics for discussion and collaboration. d) Exploring the creation of a “Women’s Empowerment Fund” that could potentially serve a catalyst for foundation, corporate and civil society actors to advance the objectives of WED. e) Willingness of the India side to consider co-sponsoring and participating in the Women’s Leadership Summit scheduled in September 2010 in New Delhi.
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Score: 150186.17 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...3091India_review_Beijing20.pdf
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LIST OF REFERENCES AND DOCUMENTS .......................................................................................................... 43 ANNEX 1: THE OVERALL PROCESS ............................................................................................................................... 45 ANNEX 2: BEST PRACTICE ................................................................................................................................................ 48 2 | N A T I O N A L R E P O R T O N T H E I M P L E M E N T A T I O N O F T H E B E I J I N G D E C L A R A T I O NA N D P L A T F O R M F O R A C T I O N EMPOWERING WOMEN EMPOWERING HUMANITY LIST OF ACRONYMS ANC Antenatal Care APR Annual Performance Report APRM African Peer Review Mechanism ART Antiretroviral Therapy BoWCYAs Bureau of Women, Children and Youth Affairs BPA Beijing Plan of Action CRC Convention on the Rights of the Child CRGE Climate-Resilient Green Economy CSA Central Statistics Agency CSOs Civil Society Organizations DHS Demographic and Health Survey EDHS Ethiopian Demographic Health Survey EHRC Ethiopian Human Rights Commission EOC Essentials of Care ESDP Education Sector Development Plan EWDF Ethiopian Women Development Fund FDRE Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia FGM/C Female Genital Mutilation/Circumcision GBV Gender Based Violence GER Gross Enrollment Ratio GEWE GPI Gender Parity Index GRB Gender Responsive Budgeting GTP Growth and Transformation Plan HCT HIV Counseling and Testing 3 | N A T I O N A L R E P O R T O N T H E I M P L E M E N T A T I O N O F T H E B E I J I N G D E C L A R A T I O NA N D P L A T F O R M F O R A C T I O N EMPOWERING WOMEN EMPOWERING HUMANITY HEP Health Extension Program HIV/AIDS Human Immunodeficiency Virus / Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome HSDP Health Sector Development Plan ICCPR International Convention on Civil and Political Rights ICESCR International Convention on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights MFIs Micro Finance Institutions MOE Ministry of Education MoFED Ministry of Finance and Economic Development MOH Ministry of Health MoWCYAs Ministry of Women, Children and Youth Affairs MSE Micro and Small Scale Enterprise NER Net Enrollment Ratio PASDEP Plan for Accelerated and Sustained Development to End Poverty PMTCT Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission SMEs Small and Micro Enterprises SNNPR TVET Technical and Vocational Education and Training Program UNFCCC United Nation Framework Convention on Climate Change UPR Universal Periodic Review VAW Violence against Women VCHW Voluntary Community Health Workers VCT Voluntary Counseling and Testing WDA Women Development Army WDIP YDI Youth Development Index 4 | N A T I O N A L R E P O R T O N T H E I M P L E M E N T A T I O N O F T H E B E I J I N G D E C L A R A T I O NA N D P L A T F O R M F O R A C T I O N EMPOWERING WOMEN EMPOWERING HUMANITY COUNTRY PROFILE Location: Ethiopia is located in the centre of the Horn of Africa. (...) Further, policies on political participation such as affirmative action targeting 30% for women candidates by the ruling party, special campaign funds by the national electoral commission for women candidates encourage women to stand for office.
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Score: 31423.78 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...hiopia_review_en_Beijing20.pdf
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UNEP_Glossaire.indd ABC OF SCP CLARIFYING CONCEPTS ON SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION U N I T E D N A T I O N S E N V I R O N M E N T P R O G R A M M E Towards a 10-Year Framework of
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Score: 56737.31 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...ublications/945ABC_ENGLISH.pdf
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Developments in the global political and economic context:The global economic recession has negatively impacted the global gender equality agenda, as the reduced funding has affected gender equality and women’s empowerment initiatives. (...) Provide women with access to savings and credit mechanisms and institutions.  Women Development Fund was created to economically empower marginalized women at grassroots level. (...) The government partnered with development partners (led by UNICEF) established the Education Transition Fund (ETF) which facilitated access to education, and ensuring that children remain in schools.
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Score: 112227.31 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...9Zimbabwe_review_Beijing20.pdf
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Achievements 1) Strengthened institutional mechanisms to promote women’s policy The government’s efforts on the advancement of women’s policy, which began in the 1980s, faced a transitional period when the Beijing Platform for Action was adopted. 2 The Women’s Development Act was legislated in December 1995 and entered into force in 1996, followed by the Women’s Development Fund. The Women’s Development Fund aimed at promoting gender equality in all areas, encompassing politics, economy, society, and culture, while enabling the government to plan and implement women’s development programs in a comprehensive and systematic manner. (...) From fiscal year 2011, gender-responsive budgeting has been introduced to government funds and 34 government agencies submitted gender-responsive budget reports in fiscal year 2012 and 2013. (...) Even when women decide to get into politics, their organizational power and access to funding is relatively weak. Also, the male-dominated culture within political parties often demoralizes women running for election.
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Score: 89490.87 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa..._of_Korea_review_Beijing20.pdf
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More coordinated actions and adequate funding from the central govern- ment is needed to combat violence against women at local level. (...) The Ministry of Education and Culture has also funded two projects that are aimed to promote gender equality in early childhood education. (...) In addition, school and teaching material for anti-discrimination has been made in EU-funded YES-projects which have been coordinated by the Ministry of the Interior.
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Score: 136376.75 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...70Finland_review_Beijing20.pdf
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A stable mechanism for funding and compensation for maternal and child health is yet to be established. Per capita funding for health in rural areas is less than one fourth of that in urban areas. (3) Service delivery and management skills at the primary-level medical and health institutions need to be improved. (...) By the end of 2012, 1.25 billion yuan in start-up loans and supporting funds had been provided for 46,000 female college graduates. (3) Training and guidance have been strengthened for women.
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Score: 132220.03 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...8China_review_en_Beijing20.pdf
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Despite our efforts, we could not receive sponsorship or funding to run the operations. That slowed down the speed with which we could have worked. (...) But after contacting them, we found out that to be featured on there will require significant funding. Which for the moment we don’t have. Another challenge was lack of institutional recognition and support. (...) We are applying for competitions, awards and grants in the hope to find funding that would allow us to continue the initiative and have a better outreach to our beneficiaries.
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Score: 234706.74 - https://sdgs.un.org/partnershi...artnership-progress-2021-01-29
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. ○ Aiming to establish a venture capital for funding, a) providing training for officials in charge of securities administration; b) improvement of securities act; and c) support for formulating screening manuals are important. (3) Changing unsustainable patterns of production and consumption pattern ○ To promote sustainable patterns of consumption and production in industrial development, it is essential to establish sustainable production and consumption pattern by taking into account whole stage from production through disposal.
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Score: 192876.06 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...ments/japan_27feb_industry.pdf
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