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Emergency interventions in the West Bank are, proportionately, the most heavily impacted because they have been supported almost entirely by the US for years, and those resources are no longer available in 2018 […]In Gaza, poverty and unemployment rates are at very high levels, and almost a million refugees – more than 50 percent of the population – depend on food aid from UNRWA. Food assistance is an absolute humanitarian necessity and a priority. (...) For example the Agency managed to preserve the food distributions for 1 Million people in Gaza. (...) The UNRWA DT, having reviewed the applications and having noted the common questions of law and fact, considered it appropriate to consolidate the applications and issue only one judgment.
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Score: 840209.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1018.pdf
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. … In Gaza, poverty and unemployment rates are at very high levels, and almost a million refugees – more than 50 percent of the population – depend on food aid from UNRWA. Food assistance is an absolute humanitarian necessity and a priority. (...) For example the Agency managed to preserve the food distributions for 1 Million people in Gaza. (...) The UNRWA DT, having reviewed the applications and having noted the common questions of law and fact, considered it appropriate to consolidate the applications and issue only one judgment.
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Score: 840209.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1016.pdf
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. … In Gaza, poverty and unemployment rates are at very high levels, and almost a million refugees – more than 50 percent of the population – depend on food aid from UNRWA. Food assistance is an absolute humanitarian necessity and a priority. (...) The UNRWA DT, having reviewed the applications and having noted the common questions of law and fact, considered it appropriate to consolidate the applications and issue only one judgment. (...) He decided to take measures to prioritize and secure the Agency’s community mental health programme and cash for work programme in Gaza in order to protect vital food assistance to a million refugees. To do that, he was obliged to re-structure and to make job cuts.
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Score: 829570.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1017.pdf
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Emergency interventions in the West Bank are, proportionately, the most heavily impacted because they have been supported almost entirely by the US for years, and those resources are no longer available in 2018 […] In Gaza, poverty and unemployment rates are at very high levels, and almost a million refugees – more than 50 percent of the population – depend on food aid from UNRWA. Food assistance is an absolute humanitarian necessity and a priority. (...) For example the Agency managed to preserve the food distributions for 1 Million people in Gaza. (...) THE UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL Judgment No. 2020-UNAT-1028 7 of 8 programme and cash for work programme in Gaza in order to protect vital food assistance to a million refugees. To do that he was obliged to re-structure and to make job cuts.
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Score: 790184.57 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1028.pdf
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By application filed on 28 January 2022, the Applicant, a service contract holder at the Wood Food Programme (“WFP”), contests the decision not to renew his contract beyond 4 February 2022. 2. (...) UNDT/2022/007 Page 3 of 3 brought into relationship with the United Nations in accordance with the provisions of Articles 57 and 63 of the Charter of the United Nations or other international organization or entity established by a treaty and participating in the common system of conditions of service, where a special agreement has been concluded between the agency, organization or entity concerned and the Secretary-General of the United Nations to accept the terms of the jurisdiction of the Dispute Tribunal, consonant with the present statute. 6.
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Score: 786946.97 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2022-007.pdf
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For those employers that did not have a cafeteria, the difference between a common system cafeteria meal and that at a comparable outside cafeteria was deducted from those employers’ remuneration amounts. (...) The Applicant claimed that the lack of a United Nations cafeteria facility within the Madison Avenue building, combined with the high cost of food in the area, deprived the staff members of Staff Union’s Unit 30 of “their entitlements and [therefore] they are due financial compensation”. 13. (...) The Applicant states that food Case No. UNDT/NY/2011/073 Judgment No.
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Score: 784977.34 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-090.pdf
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Not all organizations of the UN common system are under the jurisdiction of the newly established UN Dispute Tribunal and Appeals Tribunal. (...) Although WFP is an organization of the United Nations common system, it is not a programme within the meaning of article 3, paragraph 1 (a), of the UNDT statute. (...) WFP is an autonomous joint subsidiary programme of the United Nations and [the Food and Agriculture Organization of the Untied Nations (FAO)]. 2.
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Score: 773962.55 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-100.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - IPC Overview CFS 19 Oct 2012.ppt [Compatibility Mode] IPC The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification Evidence and Standards for Better Food Security Decisions COMMITTEE ON WORLD FOOD SECURITY MAPPING FOOD SECURITY AND NUTRITION ACTIONS AT Evidence and Standards for Better Food Security Decisions MAPPING FOOD SECURITY AND NUTRITION ACTIONS AT COUNTRY LEVEL IPC Overview FAO-Rome 19 October 201219 October 2012 Alemu Asfaw IPC Global Support Unit IPC Global Partners IPC The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification Common Challenges for Applied FoodCommon Challenges for Applied Food Security Analysis o Partial data sets o Multiple contexts and drivers – need commono Multiple contexts and drivers  need common  understanding and minimum standards o Need for multi‐sectoral inputs – no basis for responseo Need for multi sectoral inputs  no basis for response  analysis o Need for comparability over space and timeo Need for comparability over space and time o Need for accountability & action oriented analysis o Need for consensus building and ownership IPC The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification WHAT’S IPC • A set of protocols (tools and procedures) to classify the  nature and the severity of food insecurity • It’s a process involving multiple stakeholders to build t h i ltechnical consensus,  • based on participatory and transparent evidence‐ based analysisy IPC The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification IPC added value (IPC RESPONDING TO SOME OF THE CHALLENGES) • Link between complex information and action • Provides a common languageProvides a common language • Comparability over space and time • Transparency and accountability • Provides the basis for response analysisProvides the basis for response analysis • Builds technical consensus • Clear and accessible communication IPC The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification The IPC is not... • a methodology to measure food insecurity – IPC brings  together different methodologies • a tool for data collection – but it can inform data collection and  identify gaps • an information system  • response analysis – but it is the starting point for response  analysisanalysis  IPC The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification Where does IPC stop in decision making? The Analysis – Response Continuum Situation Analysis Response Implementation Response Planning Response Analysis Monitoring / Evaluation The IPC addresses just one stage for effective interventions— Situation Analysisy IPC The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification IPC The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification WhatWhat Is NEW In IPC V2.0Is NEW In IPC V2.0 ConsolidationConsolidation IntoInto FunctionsFunctionsConsolidation Consolidation IntoInto FunctionsFunctions 1) Formation of Technical Working Group  2) Classifying Severity & Causes 3) Quality Assurance 4) Building Technical Consensus4) Building Technical Consensus 5) Communicating for Action IPC The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification T h i l W ki G M t i IPC Manual V2.0 Key Innovations o Technical Working Group Matrix o Integrated Analytical Framework and Reference Tableo Integrated Analytical Framework and Reference Table o Harmonized Parameters for Analysis and Limiting Factors  o Expanded Communication Template o Prototype Tools for Chronic Food Insecurity o Guidance for reliability Scores and IPC Compatibility IPC The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification IPC Governance Structure • The Global Steering Committee of the IPC: CARE, EC JRC,  FAO, FEWSNET, Oxfam, SCF, WFP, Global FS Cluster, CILSS • The Global Support Unit (GSU) , hosted by FAO Head pp ( ) , y Quarters, but with members of different partner agencies • Working together at Multiple levels: National, regional and  Global level – five sub regions and more than 30 countriesGlobal level  five sub regions and more than 30 countries  involved in IPC IPC The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification IPC M di L T Vi iIPC Medium to Long Term Visions (in line with CFS principles) o Expanded countries/institutions utilize, internalize and  institutionalize the IPC platform  o transparent consensus building exercise – partnership based d b d d do FS practitioners use evidence based and Common Food  Insecurity currency (terminologies) with the ultimate objectives of:  o facilitating timely decisions in  (improve accountability) ‐ saving lives ; moving from relief to development; smooth  the division between the two; and resiliencethe division between the two; and resilience  o reducing Global hunger  IPC The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification IPC Medium to Long Term Vision o Promotion of the IPC‐like approach for other sectors beyond  Food Security – contribute to harmonization of methodologies o Contribute to the overall debate on standardizing Food  Security Analysis and broader FSNIS terminologies o Contribute to the introduction of IPC and FS concepts into  University curriculum and AcademiaUniversity curriculum and Academia o Contribute to the Mapping of Food Security and Nutrition  A ti t t l l ti th l iActions at country level – supporting the gap analysis
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Score: 762790.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ession/CFS_39_IPC_Overview.pdf
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Integrated Food Security and Humanitarian Phase Classification Integrated Food Security and Humanitarian Phase Classification CFS Side Event 2007 Side Event: Perspectives on a Common Approach for Food Security Analysis and Response: The Contribution of the IPC Thirty-third Session of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) 14.30-17.30, May 9, 2007 1. (...) The ongoing adaptation of the IPC at country level has driven efforts to move towards a common approach for food security analysis and response also at the international level. (...) Specific objectives include: · To outline how country implementation activities in the Horn of Africa are informing a common approach for food security analysis and response. · To outline how multiple agencies are working together to improve food security analysis and response through IPC activities at country level, also beyond the African context. · To preview how online technology will be harnessed in the future application and adaptation at country level of the IPC approach. 3.
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Score: 756199.9 - https://www.fao.org/unfao/bodi...3/IPC_background-paper_WEB.doc
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Who benefits? | Common Oceans - A partnership for sustainability in the ABNJ | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations | Common Oceans - A partnership for sustainability in the ABNJ | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Common Oceans - A partnership for sustainability in the ABNJ Background Projects News Calendar Partners Resources Program, structure & goals Who benefits? Who benefits from the Common Oceans ABNJ Program? Fisheries in ABNJ contribute to employment, nutrition and trade. (...) The Common Oceans ABNJ Program is intended to help ensure their food and livelihoods security through the long-term management and sustainability of ABNJ fisheries and the ecosystems on which they depend.
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Score: 750792.7 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ns/background/who-benefits/en/
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