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Figure 2 presents the evolution of countries’ achieve - ment of specific milestones each year since 2016, from the report’s sample. (...) On av- erage, some milestones were achieved earlier, indicating Table 1 Defining the milestones chosen to illustrate the build-up of institutional arrangements since 2015 Milestones Criteria Comments Integration of the SDGs into a national sustainable development strategy (NSDS) or national development plan (NDP) Published NSDS or NDP based on the SDGs, or clearly reflecting the correspondence between national development goals and the SDGs. (...) By 2020, the average number of milestones in the sample had increased to almost seven; all but one coun- try had met at least five milestones, with seven countries having met eight milestones or more.
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Score: 888928.6 - https://www.un.org/development...ites/45/publication/PB_116.pdf
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Yesterday ICAO, with the support of the Air Transport Group (ATAG), launched “Flightpath to a Sustainable Future”, an ICAO special Rio+20 global initiative consisting of the first-ever series of connecting flights powered by sustainable alternative fuels, on which the ICAO Secretary General, set out from Montréal to Rio de Janeiro for the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, known as Rio+20.   ​ (...) This event will consist of an address by the ICAO Secretary General, followed by presentations from States and aviation stakeholders providing perspectives on sustainable alternative fuels for aviation and experiences with developing sustainable alternative fuels initiatives.       ​ (...) ICAO Review: Sustainable Alternative Fuels for Aviation Workshop www.icao.int/environmental-protection/Documents/ The Workshop was an important milestone in preparation for the UNCSD Conference.  
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PROJECT GUIDELINES FOR CUSTOMS TO CONNECT TO THE ETIR INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM
It includes a product brief to introduce the eTIR international system, a description of the proposed methodology and communication management for the project, a list of milestones detailing the notable steps and draft Gantt chart. (...) When TIR transports using the eTIR procedure can be organized, the TIR Secretariat can offer support to the operational and maintenance teams of the Customs to actively start monitoring these first transports, to verify everything is working correctly. V. Milestones 20. The following table details the milestones required to interconnect the national customs systems to the eTIR international system. (...) What is next? V. Milestones VI. Communication Management Figure V VIII.
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MASTER PLAN ON HIGH-SPEED TRAINS
These strategies should address regional and local priorities and institutional building needs, as well as the identification of alternative scenarios of strategies’ implementation, including the establishment of a list of priority projects for financing and the costs involved. (...) Definition of technical and institutional actions required Milestones and Criteria: Inventory of projects Interrelation to other work packages: Contributes to the completion of the work ECE/TRANS/SC.2/2014/4 13 Work Package Description Title: Conclusions/Recommendations – Public awareness actions and dissemination of results – Follow-up preparations Working Package No 7 Start: Month 3 Duration: 10 Months Partners involved Task/Activity of partner Remarks UNECE 7.1 to 7.4 Quality control TER PCO 7.1 to 7.4 Recommendations External Consultant 7.1 Formulation of conclusions and recommendations Objectives: Presentation of conclusions and recommendations. (...) Follow-up preparations Milestones and Criteria: Preparation of the UNECE Master Plan for High Speed Railways final report and materials for presentation Interrelation to other work packages: Completion of the work EC E/TR A N S/SC .2/2014/4 14 Work Time Plan (English only) Year 2015 MONTHS WP 1 Jan 2 Feb 3 Mar 4 Apr 5 May 6 Jun 7 Jul 8 Aug 9 Sep 10 Oct 11 Nov 12 Dec WP0 WP1 WP2 WP3 WP4 WP5a WP5b WP6 WP7
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Enga Province launches the first ever Provincial Child and Family Services Council Implementing the Lukautim Pikinini Act 2015 at the provincial level 28 July 2021 UNICEF/UN0495582/Chambers A historic milestone for child protection in Papua New Guinea - the first provincial child and family services council launched by the Enga Provincial Government and Administration to strengthen and improve the protection system to help prevent and respond to violence against women and children in the province. 28 July 2021, Wabag, Enga Province - The launch of the first ever Provincial Child and Family Services Council in Enga Province today marked an historic milestone for the protection of children and women at the subnational level. Ten council members and their alternates representing a range of sectors and institutions in Enga Province  were officially sworn in today before the senior magistrate,  and will work towards improving the protection system to prevent and respond to violence against women and children in the province.
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83Bull World Health Organ 2010;88:83 | doi:10.2471/BLT.10.075895 Editorials WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control: a key milestone Haik Nikogosian a a Convention Secretariat of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, World Health Organization, 20 avenue Appia, 1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland. (...) Seventy per cent have introduced large, clear and visible health warnings on the packages of tobacco products.3 This analysis also showed that implementation of other treaty provisions, such as comprehensive bans on tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship, smoke-free policies in hospitality and entertainment venues, treatment of tobacco dependence and cessation, provision of support for eco- nomically viable alternatives to tobacco growing and the use of litigation as a tool for tobacco control, still need to be accelerated. (...) Stakeholders may wish to use this milestone to promote implemen- tation of the Convention in order to utilize the full public health benefit of tobacco control and the new legal framework in global health. ■ References 1.
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They will soon achieve an important milestone in their development journey. But new and unforeseen challenges have emerged. (...) Third, as a medium to long-term strategy, there is no alternative to build the necessary infrastructure in LDCs to benefit from opportunities being created by different forces in global trade. (...) In fact, we hope a decade later there would not be any need for such a review as nearly all LDCs in this Asia Pacific region would be successful in achieving the milestone of graduation. WTO remains committed to working with all of you to ensure a successful LDC5 Conference.
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UN Search عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español   Home Contact us FAQs UN-Water Water for Life Decade ON THE DECADE About the Decade Decade's Milestones THE DECADE'S CAMPAIGN You make the Decade! (...) We consider it as an important milestone in our endeavour of making efforts to give water high profile in the international political processes as started in 2011 during our EU presidency and continued in the run up to the Rio+20 conference and its follow up including the Friends of Water process and other activities.”. (...) UN-HABITAT/Global Water Operators’ Partnerships Alliance (GWOPA) co-convenes Session 3 : Techniques and models to further water cooperation to improve water efficiency and water services in cities. >> Full interview >> Conference Home About the Conference >> Organizers >> Key questions >> Expected outcomes >> Agenda >> Participants Conference background >> International Year and WWD 2013 >> UN initiatives on water cooperation >> UN Water Convention >> UN Watercourses Convention >> Challenges for water cooperation >> Addressing cooperation: tools and mechanisms >> Mediation and dispute resolution mechanisms >> Alternative Dispute Resolution Approaches Sessions and Cases >> Water cooperation: nations and stakeholders >> Water cooperation in rural areas >> Water cooperation in cities >> Interview questions for case study presenters Side events >> World Water Day 2013 >> World Water Week 2013 >> The UN Global Compact >> Intensively developed aquifers >> Stakeholders platforms in Spain >> Field visits Resources >> Cases on water cooperation >> Conference daily >> Conference flyer >> Conference interviews >> Conference poster >> Information briefs >> Presentations from participants >> UN water cooperation reports >> Video interviews with participants >> Video recording of sessions >> Water cooperation in the media >> Web banners Copyright | Terms of use | Privacy notice | Site Index | Fraud alert | Help no google analytics no google analytics no google analytics
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Performance indicators track program results, costs, benefits & progress against ‘process milestones’ (e.g., for regulations, agreements or contracts). (...) – feedback will tell.  User complaints have driven some regulators to monitor service quality – experiences differ among countries.  Service quality is crucial is broadband becomes fully integrated in the economy and society. 7 Committed to Connecting the World  Indicators of a fully integrated broadband environment: ubiquitous availability of broadband connectivity, high levels of digital literacy, full coverage and utilisation of broadband by all key sectors, well advanced progress with digital inclusion, and universally affordable access. Alternatives to online communication difficult or unavailable — requiring coordination among other agencies.  Priorities for regulators in the integration phase? (...) Sidebars on broadband ‘availability’, ‘adoption’ and ‘integration’ added by the author Source: http://www.digital.vic.gov.au/status/ (as at 12 November 2013) Status report: Digital Victoria European Commission Digital Agenda Scoreboard Online status reports 10 Committed to Connecting the World  Monitoring and feedback: a key part of broadband plans.  Shared information (and mapping) supports informed decisions and contributions.  Indicators of availability, adoption and use of broadband can facilitate international comparisons.  Adoption indicators relevant to local communities may target socio-economic groups and regions with special needs.  Process milestones/progress can be published online.  Contracts, licences, projects and programs can have built-in monitoring and feedback requirements.  Collaboration beyond the communications sector may benefit from short, medium and long-term perspectives.  Support national and international work on impacts on social and economic life, reviewing benchmarks if necessary.
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Private Fundraising and Partnerships​: 2022 workplan and proposed budget ​ Carla Haddad Mardini Director Private Fundraising and Partnerships Division UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 25 January 2022 Item 11: Private Fundraising and Partnerships: 2022 workplan and proposed budget Reference document: E/ICEF/2022/AB/L.1 https://www.unicef.org/executiveboard/media/8811/file/2022-ABL1-PFP_workplan-EN-ODS.pdf PFP Results and Targets 529 623 663 691 658 720 756 794 607 550 619 579 620 599 564 610 207 159 184 162 144 290 560 245 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2015 (Actual) 2016 (Actual) 2017 (Actual) 2018 (Actual) 2019 (Actual) 2020 (Actual) 2021 (Latest Estimate) 2022 (Target) Chart Title ORE ORR RR 1,366 1,332 1,466 1,432 1,422 1,609 1,880 1,649 In millions of United States dollars Total: 2 | UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 25 January 2022 Item 11: Private Fundraising and Partnerships: 2022 workplan and proposed budget Working with business to deliver results for children, also to leverage their non-financial resources Contributing to strengthened engagement by UNICEF in high- income countries Identifying and scaling up financing for children Identifying new, effective strategies for fundraising growth in frontier markets and accelerating them Optimizing major donor engagement Scaling up digital fundraising Strategic Priorities for 2022–2025 3 | UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 25 January 2022 Item 11: Private Fundraising and Partnerships: 2022 workplan and proposed budget Income from Private Sector Private Sector Fundraising and Partnerships targets (2022) Influence from Private Sector Income and Influence from Public and Private Sector Cross-cutting enablers Total: $1.65 billion • $1.1 billion in revenue from 10.6 million individual donors: • $745 million from pledge donors • $212 million from cash donors • $103 million from legacies • $186 million from philanthropists and membership- based organizations; • $165 million from foundations; • $208 million from businesses; • 22.8 million individuals supporting children’s rights and on the road to giving; • Business sector expertise, innovation, data and core assets leveraged; • Reach and impact of key influencers, foundations and multi-stakeholder platforms mobilized; • Businesses and business stakeholders advocate for children and take sustainable action to respect children’s rights in all business activities and relationships; • Governments at all levels in countries with National Committee presence deliver on UNICEF priorities for children both domestically and globally; • Public and private partnerships and financing instruments with private sector investors, philanthropists and multilateral donors catalyzed; • UNICEF business model enables effective partnership and engagement to accelerate income and influence to generate impact for children and young people; • Governance, internal communication, marketing and knowledge management strengthened; 4 | UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 25 January 2022 Item 11: Private Fundraising and Partnerships: 2022 workplan and proposed budget RR OR PFP 2022 Proposed Budget • Regular resources expenditure • All increases due to increases in standard costs • Other resources expenditure • $2 million increase in ceiling related to revenue generation • $36 million World Bank Fund projected expenditure included in PFP workplan for first time 13 14 68 73 85 85 58 60 36 2021 Approved 2022 Proposed Axis Title Chart Title World Bank Expenditure Other Resource Special Purpose Ceiling Special Purpose - Investment Funds Special Purpose - Operating Costs Institutional Budget 2021 Approved 2022 Proposed 267 million224 million In millions of United States dollars Total: 5 | UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 25 January 2022 Item 11: Private Fundraising and Partnerships: 2022 workplan and proposed budget 2022 Post Changes – Six more OR-funded posts • Regular resources- funded posts * No increase • Other resources- funded posts * Six posts approved by Regional Directors 211, 33% 10, 2% 4, 1% 405, 64% Geneva New York National Committees Regional Support Centres/ Country Offices 6 | UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 25 January 2022 Item 11: Private Fundraising and Partnerships: 2022 workplan and proposed budget Update on Alternative/ Innovative Finance Financing gap for Sustainable Development Goals Negative consequences of COVID-19 Expected shifts in volume and scope of traditional sources of aid Background Alternative/ Innovative Finance World Bank Instrument ($100 million, with $50 million to UNICEF) Vaccine Independence Initiative ($234.7 million) Bridge Fund with the US Fund for UNICEF (currently $83 million) Nutrition Match Fund ($7.4 million) Joint global finance initiative with UNDP (aligning 0.5% of the ESG market on common Sustainable Development Goal objectives) Alternative/ Innovative finance and its examples Ways forward Finalizing vision and strategies Addressing implementation hurdles ∙ Align $20 billion in environmental, social and governance (ESG) investments towards child-centred priorities during 2022-2025; - Leveraging an additional $3 billion towards investments in UNICEF-driven alternative/innovative finance solutions (about $500 million flowing through UNICEF) ∙ Seek the approval of the General Assembly as per the opinion of the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs; ∙ Build an agile, streamlined internal governance, financial rules and regulations and operational framework within UNICEF; ∙ Establish an innovative finance hub within the Office of Innovation;7 | UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 25 January 2022 Item #: Private Fundraising and Partnerships: 2022 workplan and proposed budget Update on the World Bank Instrument Feb March SeptemberMay October 2021 Financial instrument in partnership with the World Bank authorized by the Board (limited to $50 million) Financing agreement between UNICEF and the World Bank finalized $50 million received from the World Bank for the investment in 18 emerging- market countries 1st round of allocation to countries 2nd round of allocation to countries Fulfillment of donation milestone informed to the donor, and the obligation for repayment triggered P ro g re s s t o d a te P e rf o rm a n c e v s .
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