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The Committee recalls the steadily declining trend in the peak levels of borrowing by active peacekeeping missions, which reflects an improvement in the timeliness of the receipt of assessed contributions. Madam Chairperson, As the highest level of borrowing over the past three calendar years has been $43.0 million, the Committee recommends that the net cash balance proposed for retention to cover temporary borrowing needs of active missions be reduced to $43.0 million and that any available cash surplus over that amount be returned to Member States.
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Score: 902414.2 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...Closed%20PKs_Chair%20ACABQ.pdf
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Many resource-poor households are constrained not by limited capacity to borrow but by insufficient supply and availability of credit. The poorest, survey data suggest, are able to borrow amounts equal to the average borrowings of the richest households. (...) According to 1997 data, poor households can service amounts equal to the average borrowing of the richest households. Indeed, 42% of the most resource-poor households took formal loans in 1997 – mainly from RCCs – and around half those borrowing formally also borrowed informally.
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Score: 899376.3 - https://www.ifad.org/documents...9a-7da2-43a4-a499-e11bbc08600c
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Circumstances have improved in recent years. Peak borrowings (experienced typically in July and August) have declined from $57 million in August 2013 to $30 million in July 2015. The balance of cross-borrowings at the end of December 2015 was $28.5 million. 5. (...) Should the Assembly not authorize such temporary borrowings, the Secretary-General maintains the proposal to establish a peacekeeping working capital fund, similar to the one for the programme budget to address the cash requirements of active peacekeeping operations. 6.
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Score: 898408.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...ClosedPKs_ASG%20Controller.pdf
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The continuation of the borrowing authority has been provided for in Resolving Clause 2 d) of Assembly Resolution A33-28. It has not been necessary to use this borrowing authority as there were sufficient funds on hand. 3.2 ICAO’s only other potential source of funds, excluding commercial borrowing, is surplus of the AOSC or other Special Funds and Accounts. Relying upon the cash of other Funds and Special Accounts in place of securing an appropriate level for the WCF would be flawed in both principle and practice, and does not offer a prudent financial option. 3.3 Although the borrowing authority has not been utilized, in light of uncertainties and the anticipated precarious nature of cash flow in future years, it would be prudent to retain the borrowing authority at the current level for future years.
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Score: 896692.2 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%2035th%20Session/wp026_en.pdf
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This is borrowing for consumption and is not fiscally sustainable. (...) This is borrowing for consumption and is not fiscally sustainable. (...) The financing shortfall created by reduced external borrowing could be filled up by widening domestic sources to reduce the appetite for non-concessional external borrowing.
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Score: 894455 - https://www.unicef.org/zambia/...-Budget-Performance-Review.pdf
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Is my government borrowing too much? | United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Skip to main content Trending COVID-19 recovery - Building models for climate resilience and a green recovery UN Secretary-General's message on Africa Day 2022 Commerce and Industry Permanent Secretaries from Zambia and Zimbabwe with development partners push for implementation of the common agro industrial park Green, Social, and Sustainable bonds to serve Africa’s sustainable investment needs Vera Songwe wins African Banker Icon of the Year, as women steal the spotlight at the African Banker Awards Search form × English Français Toggle navigation Menu Home About Us Overview Commission Terms of Reference and Rules of Procedure Executive Secretary Former Executive Secretaries Opportunities Vacancies Fellowship Procurement Expression of Interest Internship Programmes Our Experts Blogs Our Work Data and statistics African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) Gender equality and the empowerment of women Macroeconomics and governance Poverty, Inequality and Social Policy Private sector development and finance Regional integration and trade Subregional activities for development Technology, climate change and natural resource management Strategic Directions Advocate Build Design Formulate Support Subregional Offices Central Africa Eastern Africa North Africa Southern Africa West Africa Knowledge Gateway Publications Africa UN Knowledge Hub for COVID-19 ECA Repository ASKIA Federated Search Engine ECA Research Guide Thematic Portals Data & Statistics Events Upcoming Events Main events Statutory Events Other Events Past Events Calendar of Conferences, Meetings and Events Media Centre Contacts You are here Home » Is my government borrowing too much? Is my government borrowing too much? Executive Secretary Biography Stories Blog Posts Newsfeeds Articles Video and Radio Videos Pictures Explore Publication Series ARIA ERA Journals of African transformation Subsite:  Executive Secretary Embedded video for Is my government borrowing too much?  
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Score: 893108.7 - https://www.uneca.org/node/3057
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Is my government borrowing too much? | Nations Unies Commission économique pour l'Afrique Aller au contenu principal Trending Message du Secrétaire général de l’ONU à l’occasion de la Journée de l’Afrique 2022 Des obligations vertes, sociales et durables pour répondre aux besoins d'investissement durable de l'Afrique Message du Secrétaire Général à l’occasion de la journée mondiale de l’environnement La CEA et les partenaires soutiennent le développement du marché interbancaire en Zambie Vera Songwe remporte le Prix African Banker Icon de l’année, alors que les femmes attirent l’attention aux African Banker Awards Formulaire de recherche × English Français Toggle navigation Menu Accueil À propos À propos Mandat et Règlement intérieur Secrétaire exécutive Anciens secrétaires exécutifs Opportunités Postes vacants Bourses Approvisionnement Expression d'intérêt Programmes de stages Nos experts Blogues Domaines d’activités Développement du secteur privé et des finances Données et statistiques Égalité des sexes et autonomisation des femmes Institut africain de développement économique et de planification (IDEP) Intégration Régionale et Commerce Macroéconomie et gouvernance Pauvreté, inégalités et politiques sociales Technologie, changements climatiques et gestion des ressources naturelles Bureaux régionaux Afrique centrale Afrique de l’Est Afrique du Nord Afrique australe Afrique de l’Ouest Portail du savoir Publications Dépôt institutionnel des connaissances Moteur de recherche fédéré ASKIA Événements Événements Calendrier des conférences, réunions et manifestations Médias Contacts Vous êtes ici Home » Is my government borrowing too much? Is my government borrowing too much? Blog Posts Newsfeeds Explore Publication Series ARIA ERA Journals of African transformation Subsite:  Executive Secretary Embedded video for Is my government borrowing too much?  
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Score: 893108.7 - https://www.uneca.org/fr/node/3057
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Is my government borrowing too much? | United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Skip to main content Trending COVID-19 recovery - Building models for climate resilience and a green recovery UN Secretary-General's message on Africa Day 2022 Commerce and Industry Permanent Secretaries from Zambia and Zimbabwe with development partners push for implementation of the common agro industrial park Green, Social, and Sustainable bonds to serve Africa’s sustainable investment needs Vera Songwe wins African Banker Icon of the Year, as women steal the spotlight at the African Banker Awards Search form × English Français Toggle navigation Menu Home About Us Overview Commission Terms of Reference and Rules of Procedure Executive Secretary Former Executive Secretaries Opportunities Vacancies Fellowship Procurement Expression of Interest Internship Programmes Our Experts Blogs Our Work Data and statistics African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) Gender equality and the empowerment of women Macroeconomics and governance Poverty, Inequality and Social Policy Private sector development and finance Regional integration and trade Subregional activities for development Technology, climate change and natural resource management Strategic Directions Advocate Build Design Formulate Support Subregional Offices Central Africa Eastern Africa North Africa Southern Africa West Africa Knowledge Gateway Publications Africa UN Knowledge Hub for COVID-19 ECA Repository ASKIA Federated Search Engine ECA Research Guide Thematic Portals Data & Statistics Events Upcoming Events Main events Statutory Events Other Events Past Events Calendar of Conferences, Meetings and Events Media Centre Contacts You are here Home » Is my government borrowing too much? Is my government borrowing too much? Executive Secretary Biography Stories Blog Posts Newsfeeds Articles Video and Radio Videos Pictures Explore Publication Series ARIA ERA Journals of African transformation Subsite:  Executive Secretary Embedded video for Is my government borrowing too much?  
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Score: 893108.7 - https://www.uneca.org/videos/e...vernment-borrowing-too-much%3F
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These guidelines will inform the conduct of Borrowers and the expectations of workers on all Bank projects. (...) The complex process of consultation which led to the adoption of the ESF required finding common ground among disparate viewpoints held by Bank donors, borrowers and stakeholders. Within this context of compromise, ILO experts advised the Bank with respect to labour rights in a number of key areas, including occupational safety and health, to ensure consistency with Borrowers’ international obligations. (...) The ILO believes that their inclusion would set appropriate expectations of borrowers’ behaviour and make it easier for the Bank to implement its new Safeguards on the ground as well as facilitate future Bank-ILO collaboration on implementation.
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Score: 891811.7 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_508328/lang--ja/index.htm
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Borrow Books & More | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Dag Hammarskjöld Library Toggle navigation About » Contact Us Our Activities Our Mandate & History Our Collections UN Depository Libraries Library News Research the UN » UN Resources & Documents UN Digital Library Index to Proceedings Linked Data Services Research Guides Speeches Voting Information UN Member States on the Record Find » Articles, Books & More Databases Journals UN Resources & Documents UN Libraries Help » Training Research Guides Ask DAG Services for... » Delegates UN Staff Researchers & Librarians General Public Using the Library » Access Electronic Resources Borrow Books & More Print, Scan & Copy Request Articles, Books & Documents Visit the Library Open Science Conference 2021 Contact Us » Contact Us Search: Search:  Search for: Books, articles and more in DAG Discovery (this search will open in a new window) UN documents and publications in the United Nations Digital Library (this search will open in a new window) Borrow Books & More Borrow books and more | UN/John Gillespie Who can borrow books from the Dag Hammarskjöld Library? Employees of the Permanent Missions, UN staff, interns, and consultants may borrow up to 10 items at the time. Circulating items can be checked out for 28 days. (...) Some materials may have shorter loan periods or may not be borrowed at all. Clients are permitted, however, to make photocopies of the following non-circulating items: UN documents Reference materials League of Nations & Woodrow Wilson Collections materials Anyone with a valid UN pass (including NGOs and media) can consult books, journals, official documents, or any other material on the library premises.
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Score: 873310.45 - https://www.un.org/en/library/page/borrow-books-more
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