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Also invites lead global and regional financing institutions, relevant international organizations, international foundations and competent international non-governmental organizations with cooperation programmes of recognized importance for water and health to participate in the Ad Hoc Project Facilitation Mechanism. 6. (...) ECE/MP.WH/2007/L.3 EUR/06/5069385/14 Page 5 Annex Annex TERMS OF REFERENCE OF THE AD HOC PROJECT FACILITATION MECHANISM The Ad Hoc Project Facilitation Mechanism comprises two elements: the Facilitator and the Ad Hoc Project Clearing House. Facilitator The work of the Ad Hoc Project Facilitation Mechanism will be facilitated by a member of the secretariat (“Facilitator”), based at the World Health Organization’s Regional Office for Europe, whose tasks will include the following: Carrying out studies of donors’ policies to identify strategic areas of international assistance related to water and health and making these studies available to the Ad Hoc Project Clearing House; Compiling, reviewing and analysing project proposals submitted by EECCA and SEE countries and relevant non-governmental organizations to address their identified priority needs; Assisting EECCA and SEE countries and relevant non-governmental organizations in drawing up project proposals and helping them to streamline these proposals to meet the requirements of donor countries and organizations; Presenting such proposals in a standardized form to the Ad Hoc Project Clearing House. (...) Ad Hoc Project Clearing House The Ad Hoc Project Clearing House is an open-ended body under the Meeting of the Parties to the Protocol on Water and Health with members from Parties and non-Parties (both from donor and recipient countries) and from global and regional financing institutions, relevant international organizations, competent international non-governmental organizations and international foundations with cooperation programmes of recognized importance for water and health.
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Score: 900174.9 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...t/wh/ece_mp%20wh_2007_L3.e.pdf
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Also invites lead global and regional financing institutions, relevant international organizations, international foundations and competent international non-governmental organizations with cooperation programmes of recognized importance for water and health to participate in the Ad Hoc Project Facilitation Mechanism; 7. (...) The Ad Hoc Project Facilitation Mechanism comprises two elements: the Facilitator and the Ad Hoc Project Clearing House. Facilitator 2. The work of the Ad Hoc Project Facilitation Mechanism will be facilitated by a member of the secretariat (“Facilitator”), based at the World Health Organization’s Regional Office for Europe, whose tasks will include the following: Identifying strategic areas of international assistance related to water and health and making this information available to the Ad Hoc Project Clearing House; Reviewing and analysing project proposals submitted by EECCA and SEE countries and relevant non-governmental organizations to address their identified priority needs; Assisting EECCA and SEE countries and relevant non-governmental organizations in drawing up project proposals and helping them to streamline these proposals to meet the requirements of donor countries and organizations; Presenting such proposals in a standardized form to the Ad Hoc Project Clearing House. (...) Ad Hoc Project Clearing House 3. The Ad Hoc Project Clearing House is an open-ended body under the Meeting of the Parties to the Protocol on Water and Health with members from Parties and non-Parties (both from donor and recipient countries) and from global and regional financing institutions, relevant international organizations, competent international non-governmental organizations and international foundations with cooperation programmes of recognized importance for water and health. 4.
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Score: 897327.5 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...wat/wh/ece.mp.wh.2_add_4.e.pdf
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The post Palestinian Anti-Terrorism Act of 2006 – Bill passed by US House of Representatives and Senate/Non-UN document appeared first on Question of Palestine. (...) Palestinian Anti-Terrorism Act of 2006 – Bill passed by US House of Representatives/Non-UN document H.R.4681 Palestinian Anti-Terrorism Act of 2006 There a [...] The post Palestinian Anti-Terrorism Act of 2006 – Bill passed by US House of Representatives/Non-UN document appeared first on Question of Palestine.
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Score: 895913.7 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document-category/law/feed/
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Office of Quartet Representative organizes workshop on ways to increase access to affordable housing in Nablus – OQR news item/Non-UN document In Nablus, calls to accelerate affordable housing Thurs [...] The post Office of Quartet Representative organizes workshop on ways to increase access to affordable housing in Nablus – OQR news item/Non-UN document appeared first on Question of Palestine. (...) The post Hebron workshop highlights potential for affordable housing – OQR article/Non-UN document appeared first on Question of Palestine.
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Score: 872384.5 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...artet-representative-oqr/feed/
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The activities of the Advisory Group may address: (a) Energy efficient housing; (b) Affordable and social housing; (c) Housing finance (including transparent and advanced financial products for housing); (d) Property valuation and registration; (e) Land markets and land administration. 4. The Advisory Group will, according to the needs expressed by member States and following the decisions taken by the Committee: (a) Provide practical advice on the challenges addressed by the Committee and the Working Party in order to improve conditions for sustainable housing and land management; (b) Promote guidelines and best practices that support sustainable housing and land management, including best practices for encouraging investment in national housing real estate markets; (c) Recommend activities to the Committee and Working Party for their programmes of work; (d) Assist the Committee and the Working Party to undertake studies and advisory missions organize seminars and training workshops, draft policy models and guidelines, collect data, provide information and develop training material; (e) Work with the Committee and the Working Party to assist countries with training and capacity-building for stakeholders acting in the housing market; (f) Collect examples of good practice in housing and land administration reforms in the UNECE region; (g) Assist the Committee and the Working Party with specific projects at their request. 5. (...) The selection of an Advisory Group member will be in line with the following rules and principles: (a) Members of the Advisory Group must be nominated by member States or by non- governmental organizations recognized by the Economic and Social Council or identified and proposed by the secretariat; (b) Members may be representatives of private sector, non-governmental organizations, academia and municipalities; (c) Each member State or non-governmental organization may nominate, at most, one member of the Advisory Group at a time; (d) Nominations must be submitted to the secretariat at least 14 days before the Committee session in which the nomination is to be submitted; (e) Nominations must be renewed, or new nominations submitted, when the mandate of the Advisory Group is extended, normally, every two years. 8.
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Score: 871153.2 - https://unece.org/DAM/hlm/docu...nts/2014/ECE_HBP_2014_5.en.pdf
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Presentations were made by Mohamed Ibrahim Soliman, Minister of Housing, Public Utilities and Urban Communities of Egypt; Alavaro Jose Cabo Soto, Director-General of Housing in the Economic Development Ministry of Colombia; Seydon Sy Sall, Minister of Town Planning and National and Regional Development of Senegal, and a representative of SPARC, a non-governmental organization based in Mumbai, India (on behalf of the SPARC, the National Slum Dwellers Federation and Mahila Milan). (...) The invisibility of the problem ended when the poor got together and made demands.  The non-governmental organizations had found a way for community organizations to push their own solutions through innovative methods. (...) She said that for the last 15 years, non-governmental organizations had used grant funding to help communities. 
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Score: 864972.7 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2001/ga9870.doc.htm
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Office of Quartet Representative organizes workshop on ways to increase access to affordable housing in Nablus - OQR news item/Non-UN document - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home About The Committee on Palestinian Rights Division for Palestinian Rights Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Working Group Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme UNISPAL About UNISPAL Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Home / Office of Quartet Representative organizes workshop on ways to increase access to affordable housing in Nablus – OQR news item/Non-UN document Office of Quartet Representative organizes workshop on ways to increase access to affordable housing in Nablus – OQR news item/Non-UN document In Nablus, calls to accelerate affordable housing Thursday, Jun 11, 2015 in Office of the Quartet Representative In Nablus last week, some 60 people attended the latest workshop organized by OQR to look at ways to increase access to affordable housing. (...) Mr Shaka’a suggested some ideas on how to make affordable housing a reality in Nablus, such as developing unused state land for affordable housing, or that developers be given options to rehabilitate old apartments in need of renovation. (...) Bringing affordable housing to Palestine is very doable, but requires everyone to do their part.”
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Score: 864594.4 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-206226/
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The activities of the Advisory Group address: (a) Affordable, adequate and healthy housing, and real estate markets (including sharing economy in the housing sector); (b) Housing finance (including transparent financial products for housing); (c) Energy efficiency in buildings; (d) Fire safety in buildings; (e) Management of multi-apartment buildings; (f) Property valuation and registration; (g) Smart and sustainable urban development; (h) Land markets and land administration (related topics like land planning and housing sustainability); and (i) Spatial planning. 4. The Advisory Group will, according to the needs expressed by member States and following the decisions taken by the Committee: (a) Provide practical advice on the challenges addressed by the Committee and the Working Party in order to improve conditions for sustainable housing, urban development, and land management; (b) Prepare guidelines and best practices that support sustainable housing, urban development and land management, including best practices for encouraging investment in national housing real estate markets; (c) Recommend activities to the Committee and Working Party for their programmes of work; (d) Assist the Committee and the Working Party to undertake studies and advisory missions; organize seminars and training workshops; draft policy documents and guidelines; collect data; disseminate information on the activities of the Committee and develop training material; (e) Work with the Committee and the Working Party to assist countries with training and capacity-building for stakeholders acting in the housing market; (f) Collect examples of good practice in housing, urban development and land administration reforms in the UNECE region; and develop studies about the topics proposed and accepted; ECE/HBP/2020/8 3 (g) Assist the Committee and the Working Party with specific projects at their request. 5. (...) The selection of an Advisory Group member will be in line with the document “Guidelines for the establishment and functioning of teams of specialists within UNECE” (ECE/EX/2/Rev.1) and the following rules and principles: (a) Members of the Advisory Group must be nominated by member States or by non-governmental organizations recognized by the Economic and Social Council or identified and proposed by the secretariat; (b) Members shall be representatives of private sector, non-governmental organizations, academia and municipalities; (c) Each member State or non-governmental organization may nominate, at most, one member of the Advisory Group at a time; (d) Nominations must be submitted to the secretariat at least 14 days before the Committee session in which the nomination is to be submitted; (e) Nominations must be renewed, or new nominations submitted, when the mandate of the Advisory Group is extended, normally, every two years. 8.
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Score: 862043.75 - https://unece.org/DAM/hlm/docu...ents/2020/ECE_HBP_2020_8-E.pdf
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About the Geneva UN Charter on Sustainable Housing 1. The Charter is a non-legally binding document, which was developed and endorsed by representatives of 56 member States of the Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) in November 2014. (...) To establish the Centres, the ECE will partner with the governments of the participating States where they are to be located, as well as with international, national and non-government organizations and academic institutions. (...) Liabilities of the Parties 3. The organization>, the partner organization hosting the Centre, shall execute the following activities: • Translate and print the Charter in the national language(s) • Develop and produce print and digital materials on sustainable housing, including brochures, website and mobile applications.
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Score: 861315.6 - https://unece.org/DAM/hlm/docu...harter_Guidance_with_cover.pdf
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The selection of Advisory Group members will be in line with the “Guidelines for the establishment and functioning of teams of specialists within UNECE” (ECE/EX/2/Rev.1) and the following rules and principles: (a) Members of the Advisory Group must be nominated by member States or by non-governmental organizations recognized by the Economic and Social Council or identified and proposed by the secretariat. (b) Members shall be representatives of private sector, non-governmental organizations, academia and municipalities. (c) Each member State or non-governmental organization may nominate, at most, one member of the Advisory Group at a time.
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Score: 858495.9 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...05/ECE_HBP_2022_7-2208145E.pdf
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