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One  possible  model  would  limit  the  fund’s  activities  to  disbursing  funds  via  UN   agencies  at  national  level  to  worthy  projects  implemented  by  selected   grantees.   (...) How  should  a  fund  in  this  area  be  governed?  Trust  funds  managed  by  OHCHR   operate  according  to  UN  rules  and  regulations  and  limits  the  scope  of  multi-­‐ stakeholder  governance.   (...) Should  limits  on  the  percentage  of  overall   funding  from  any  individual  donor  be  set  to  help  safeguard  the  fund’s   independence?    
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Score: 372419.63 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...stituteHumanRightsBusiness.pdf
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So far, a total of $494 million was chanelled through the projects included in the Humanitarian Response Plan. Read more on the funding overview https://bit.ly/2lXwboy   23 July 2019: Somalia Humanitarian Fund: DASHBOARD 2019 Find updated Somalia Humanitarian Fund: Dashboard as of 23 July 2019 https://bit.ly/2XZKrPT   09 July 2019: Somalia Humanitarian Funding Overview In 2019, donors contributed $470 million to Somalia Operations. (...) See the allocation strategy for details [PDF] .   28 Jun 2018: Somalia Humanitarian Funding Overview At the end of the first of the year, the Humanitarian Response Plan is only 34 per cent funded. With more than 5.4 million people in need of assistance in the country, more funding is urgently needed.  Check out the funding overview for more details.   11 Jun 2018: Somalia Humanitarian Funding Overview Only 29 per cent of the 2018 Humanitarian Response Plan has been funded
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Score: 372419.63 - https://www.unocha.org/node/950064
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The Trust Fund Certifying Officer is DMSPC Executive Office. Trust Fund Review Committee The Trust Fund Review Committee comprises members from Secretariat Offices, Departments and UN agencies funds and programmes. (...) Trust Fund Vision and Objectives Trust Fund Governance Donate to the Trust Fund Submit Project Proposals Projects and Reports Voices of Beneficiaries Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 372413.96 - https://www.un.org/preventing-...ploitation-and-abuse/node/1625
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United Nations Peace and Development Trust Fund العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español United Nations Peace and Development Trust Fund Search Menu Home About us Steering Committee Contact us News and Stories News Stories - Peace and Security Sub-Fund Stories - 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Sub-Fund Projects Peace and Security 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Apply for Funding Guidelines for Peace and Security Sub-Fund Guidelines for 2030 Agenda Sub-Fund Evaluation Framework of the 2030 Agenda Sub-Fund Priorities FAQ The First Steering Committee Meeting Steering Committee of the Peace and Development Trust Fund discuss the future of the Fund On 3 February 2017, members of the Steering Committee of the United Nations Peace and Development Trust Fund gathered at the UN Headquarters to review the work of the Trust Fund and shared their visions on the future priorities of the Trust Fund and the collaboration between the United Nations and the People's Republic of China on matters related to peace and development. (...) The Committee also identified the priority areas that the Trust Fund would focus on in 2017, endorsed the guidelines that would govern the operations of the Trust Fund, and discussed management related issues. The members of the Steering Committee commended the work done by the United Nations management teams of the Trust Fund in EOSG and DESA, and encouraged the Trust Fund to continue operating in a focused, transparent, innovative and holistic manner.
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Score: 372413.96 - https://www.un.org/en/unpdf/1st.shtml
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Funding Windows | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Nav toggle Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Locations Page content Home Funding Funding Windows UNDP Funding Menu Funding Windows Allocations Donor Contributions Project Location Sustainable Development and Poverty Eradication Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction Governance for Inclusive and Peaceful Societies Emergency Development Response to Crisis and Recovery Poverty and Inequality Governance, Peacebuilding, Crisis and Resilience Nature, Climate and Energy Gender Equality and Women Empowerment Structured funding dialogues UNDP Funding Windows UNDP's Funding Windows are a pooled, flexible funding mechanism that provide a strategic opportunity for partners to contribute to achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The four thematic Funding Windows are: Poverty and inequality Governance, peacebuilding, crisis and resilience: Democratic Governance, Conflict Prevention and Sustaining Peace, Resilience and Disaster Risk Reduction, Crisis Response Nature, Climate and Energy Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment   For Funding Windows contributions, allocations and details, please go to the   FUNDING WINDOWS PORTAL     UNDP Funding Windows contributing partners         Germany   Denmark   Sweden   Norway   Luxembourg   Republic of Korea   Switzerland   Netherlands   United Kingdom               Learn more about the Funding Windows 2021 Funding Windows Annual Report Download 2022 Funding Windows pitch brochure Download 2020 Funding Windows Annual Report Download UNDP Thematic Funding Windows - 2019 Download 2019 Funding Windows Annual Report Download 2018 Annual Report Download 2017 Annual Report Download FW Newsletter - November 2017 Download Investment Report 2017 Download 2016 Annual Report Download   Terms of reference - Gender equality | Governance, peace & resilience | Nature, climate and energy | Poverty and inequalities United Nations Development Programme Sign up for our newsletter Email Address Who we are About us Leadership Executive Board Our Partners Funding Transparency and Accountability What we do Sustainable Development Goals Human Development Report Development challenges and solutions Strategic initiatives Our expertise Our impact News Centre Results Publications Blogs Stories Photo library Get involved Careers Procurement UNDP Shop UNDP Giving Contact us Report Fraud, Abuse, Misconduct Submit social or environmental complaint Scam Alert Terms of Use Twitter Facebook YouTube Instagram Linkedin © 2022 United Nations Development Programme
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Score: 372413.96 - https://www.undp.org/funding/funding-windows
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Annex II to DP/2021/31 Progress against entity specific commitments to the funding compact MEMBER STATE COMMITMENTS Relevant Commitment Relevant Funding Compact Indicators System-wide Baselines & Targets from Funding Compact UNDP Progress 20201 Aligning funding to entity requirements 1. (...) Number of Member State contributors to development related inter-agency pooled funds and single agency thematic funds Number of Member States contributing to entity administered pooled funds (breakdown per fund) and to agency managed thematic funds (breakdown per fund) and annual increase/decrease (in percentage and number). (...) The entity assumes full accountability for the funds received and is the sole direct recipient of the funding.
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Score: 372361.18 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ng%20Compact%20Commitments.pdf
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Delivery Rate The percentage of funds that have been utilized, calculated by comparing expenditures reported by a Participating Organization against the 'net funded amount'. (...) Financial information for this Fund is also available on the MPTF Office GATEWAY, at the following address: http://mptf.undp.org/factsheet/fund/HAF10. 1. (...) Financial Overview, as of 31 December 2014 (in US Dollars) Annual 2013 Annual 2014 Cumulative Sources of Funds Gross Contributions 46,650,753 46,650,753 Fund Earned Interest and Investment Income 21,291 21,291 Interest Income received from Participating Organizations - - Refunds by Administrative Agent to Contributors - - Fund balance transferred to another MDTF - - Other Revenues - - Total: Sources of Funds 46,672,043 46,672,043 Use of Funds Transfers to Participating Organizations 29,579,633 29,579,633 Refunds received from Participating Organizations - - Net Funded Amount to Participating Organizations 29,579,633 29,579,633 Administrative Agent Fees 466,508 466,508 Direct Costs 1,535,994 1,535,994 Bank Charges 443 443 Other Expenditures - - Total: Uses of Funds 31,582,577 31,582,577 Change in Fund cash balance with Administrative Agent 15,089,466 15,089,466 Opening Fund balance (1 January) - - Closing Fund balance (31 December) 15,089,466 15,089,466 Net Funded Amount to Participating Organizations 29,579,633 29,579,633 Participating Organizations' Expenditure 19,962,806 19,962,806 Balance of Funds with Participating Organizations 9,616,827 6 http://mptf.undp.org/factsheet/fund/HAF10 AFGHANISTAN CHF CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 2014 2.
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Score: 372292.2 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...02014%20Financial%20Report.pdf
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"In concluding the 1952 consultations, the Fund has no other comments to make on the transitional arrangements maintained by Australia. " Italy "The Government of Italy has consulted the Fund under Article XIV, Section 4, of the Fund Agreement concerning the further retention of its transitional arrangements. (...) Netherlands "The Government of the Netherlands has consulted the Fund under L/23Add.1 Page 3 Article XIV, Section 4 of the Fund Agreement concerning the further retention ofits transitional arrangements. (...) United Kingdom "The Government of the United Kingdom has consulted the Fund under Article XIV, Section 4 of the Fund Agreement concerning the further retention of its transitional arrangements.
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Score: 372284.7 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90070828.pdf
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Role of Kuwait Fund in Alleviating Hardship in Distress Regions Through Promoting Economic and Social Development Mohammed Sadeqi January 2016 يةلصندوق الكوي للتنمية اإلقتصادية العربا KUWAIT FUND FOR ARAB ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Kuwait Fund Resources The State of Kuwait established Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development on  31st December 1961 to assist developing countries in their economic development.  (...) Status of Kuwait Fund Loan and Gov. Grants as of 17/1/2016 Source of Financing Fund Loans Gov.  (...) Improve coordination between the Fund and recipients and between the  Fund and Co‐Financiers. 3.
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Score: 372272.02 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/E...S2/D2S2-GET-2016-Dr.Sadeqi.pdf
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UNDP Private Sector Investment/Financing Using Blended Finance to Achieve the SDGs STRUCTURED FUNDING DIALOGUE AND RESOURCE MOBILIZATION PRIORITIES 17 MAY 2018 OUTLINE Part 1: Funding overview and analysis Part 2: Resource mobilization priorities Part 3: Way Forward SF Dialogues FUNDING OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS TRENDS OVER SP 2014-2017 • Strong support to UNDP with 5% increase in total funding, despite challenging funding environment. • Significant decrease in quality of funding, with reduction in both core and thematic funding – consistent with the overall UNDS trend. • Significant increase in vertical funds, pooled funds as well as funding from programme countries. • Majority of funding from governments, with noteworthy increase in funding from IFIs. • Uneven funding across development outcomes. $793 $612 $2,945 $3,204 $852 $1,006 $4,590 $4,394 $4,782 $4,822 $0 $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 $4,000 $5,000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2014-2017 Total IRP Estimates % of IRP Estimates Government Cost- Sharing 3,590 3,000 120% Bilateral/multilateral 12,271 12,759 96% Core 2,727 3,600 76% Total 18,588 19,359 96% -11% -3% -1% -12% +15% +6% -1% -2% +13% Core share declined from 17% in 2014 to 13% in 2017 USD millions Contributions to UNDP SP, 2014-2017 Contributions by funding stream, 2014-17 M il li o n s Donor Cost Sharing, $1,803 $1,939 Government Cost Sharing, $852 $1,006 Vertical Funds, $751 $858 Core , $793 $612 Pooled Funds, $272 $342 Thematic Funds, $119 $65 $4,590 $4,394 $4,782 $4,822 $0 $500 $1,000 $1,500 $2,000 $2,500 $3,000 $3,500 $4,000 $4,500 $5,000 2014 2015 2016 2017 - 45% +26% - 23% +14% +18% +8% Top 25 partners to UNDP, 2014-2017 total 1,651 1,545 1,407 1,329 1,248 1,212 886 868 808 634 590 450 358 297 261 258 243 235 204 192 171 170 159 158 144 Top 1 9% Top 5 39% Top 10 62% Top 15 73% Top 20 79% Top 25 83% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% $0 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1,000 $1,200 $1,400 $1,600 $1,800 M il li o n s 2014-2017 core & non-core contributions cumulative % share, 2014-2017 core & non-core contributions Top 25 partners to UNDP core resources, 2014-2017 322 318 315 274 274 237 165 131 118 110 77 64 51 49 37 30 24 22 20 16 12 12 9 8 8 23 Top 1 12% Top 5 55% Top 10 83% Top 15 93% Top 20 97% Top 25 99% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% $0 $50 $100 $150 $200 $250 $300 $350 M il li o n s 2014-2017 core contribution cumulative % share, 2014-2017 core contributions Outcome 1 Inclusive Growth Outcome 2 Participatory Governance Outcome 3 Basic Services Outcome 4 Gender Outcome 5 Risk Reduction Outcome 6 Early Recovery Outcome 7 Thought Leadership $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 $4,000 $5,000 $6,000 Local Government Vertical Funds Bilateral / Multilateral Regular Resources Expenditures by Outcome and Resources, 2014-2017 67% 117% 87% 69% 58% 180% 51% 13% 148% 93% 42% 47% 99% 34% M il li o n s SP Resources Plan $630 $680 $700 $700 $3,370 $3,471 $3,575 $3,683 $950 $1,000 $1,050 $1,100 $0 $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 $4,000 $5,000 $6,000 2018 2019 2020 2021 Core Bilateral/Multilateral Non-Core Government cost-sharing Estimated Contributions for Strategic Plan 2018-2021 (Total estimated revenue is $22.7 billion) RESOURCE MOBILIZATION PRIORITIES QUALITY FUNDING RM PRIORITIES DIVERSIFICATION UNDS WORKING TOGETHER WHY: TO MAXIMIZE DEVELOPMENT IMPACT QUALITY FUNDING • Government ownership – based on national priorities • Timely, integrated responses to needs in a strategic and predictable manner + ability to adjust and respond to emerging issues • “Leave no country behind”, 86% of core programme funds are spent in LICs • Catalytic funding for development priorities to leverage additional financing • High standards of accountability, quality assurance, transparency and reduced transaction costs for all HOW TO GET THERE ? STABILIZE & GROW CORE INCREASE THEMATIC FUNDING SUPPORTING ACTIONS • Reconfigure Funding Windows to new SP • Strengthen policy dialogue on FW’s focus areas • Demonstrate value addition • More tailored and strategic partner engagement • Better information on funding impact on SP implementation QUALITY FUNDING • Clarity on what core pays for and visibility to core contributions • Explore alternative funding models for core • Increase proportion of core allocated to programs • Maintain high quality implementation of vertical funds • Increasing capacity for pipeline development and quality assurance • Reaffirm EU partnership e.g., External Investment Plan, Spotlight Initiative Vertical Funds / Multilaterals • Replicate and tailor high-quality service offers to different country needs • Strengthen pipeline management to manage risk of large one-off contributions • Stepped-up strategic engagement with individual partners Governments Develop new service offers: • Convening around advocacy, knowledge services, policy dialogue and multi- stakeholder platforms; • Catalising a better enabling environment for private sector engagement in the SDGs; • Mobilizing private capital for the SDGs. 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ENABLING PARTNERSHIPS • UNDS reform – funding compact • Decision makers continue to see UNDP as a trusted and reliable partner, relevant to their development priorities • Strengthened H-D-P nexus • Increase in private sector engagement on SDGs and blended finance OPPORTUNITIES STRUCTURED FUNDING DIALOGUES (SFD) • QCPR calls on the UNDS to improve the functioning and effectiveness of the structured funding dialogues on how to fund development results, agreed to in the Strategic Plan. • The objective of the revitalized SFD is to improve the quality and transparency of funding, and better match funding to SP outcomes. • The SFD proposed roadmap reflects an interactive process throughout the year rather than an annual event, with an initial timeline as follows: SFD roadmap and the RM priorities Informal ahead of the formal SFD at the second EB regular session Presentation of EB papers, discussion on funding the SP Highlights of UN F&P joint results 17 May 4-7 September TBC WAY FORWARD SFD ROADMAP 27-31 August TBC TBC Multifaceted nature of partnerships
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Score: 372241.6 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...tion_17%20May%202018_Final.pdf
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