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Among other process and strategy-based indicators, the SDGs must ensure the rights of women, indigenous peoples and marginalized communities. Universal access to safe, clean, acceptable and affordable drinking water and sanitation adequate financing for infrastructure and services as well as capacity building for the public sector through public-public and public-community partnerships. (...) CLIMATE CHANGE My name is Attah Benson, Director, Community Emergency Response Initiative, Nigeria speaking on behalf of the NGOs Major Groups on Goal 13, Climate Change. (...) The SDGs should enhance the promotion of community based climate change awareness initiatives with strong consideration of Civil Society Organisations participation to improve the capacities of the Local Communities in the reduction of Climate Change Impacts and increase the application of suitable adaptation measures using appropriate skills and techniques. 13601Community Emergency Response Initiative, Nigeria.pdf Stakeholders COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE INITIATIVE (CERI) Join the conversation: Footer menu Contact Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 221237 - https://sdgs.un.org/statements...response-initiative-ceri-13223
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Steps to join Register a Voluntary Commitment for SDG 14 Sign in to your account Click Join Community button on any of the Community of Ocean Action pages Questions and answers 1. (...) How to contribute As a member of the Community of Ocean Action, you can contribute in several ways. (...) Join the Communities to ensure you receive information and invites.
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Score: 220988.84 - https://sdgs.un.org/topics/oceans-and-seas/coas
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The main source of funds includes domestic public fund, ODA and community based forest user groups' fund (including various community based forest management system viz. community forest user group, buffer zone community forest, collaborative forest management group, leasehold forest user group). (...) Furthemore, students from foreign academic institutions get involved in research on community forest and dessiminate the learnings to wider community. 12 In addition to this, community based protected area management is largely seen as a successful model model of community based conservation. (...) National forest can be handed over to the local communities in the management contact. Community based forestry is strong in Nepal.
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Score: 220640.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...tent/uploads/2013/03/Nepal.pdf
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Recovery and Rebuilding Communities (Addressing priority areas for recovery and rebuilding communities including integrating disaster risk reduction criteria as a cross-cutting measure and the importance of community- based owner-driven reconstruction) The last two sessions were dedicated to two presentations by Singapore on “Crisis Communications “ and “Media Management in a Crisis In the beginning of each session (except for the last two sessions entirely organized by our partners from the Singapore Cooperation Programme) 3-4 speakers were invited to make a presentation (presentations were discussed and cleared by DESA before hand). (...) In this context, there is a need to develop more resilient communities and economically stable communities. To facilitate such communities sustainable financing mechanisms need to be introduced. • There is a need to take action based on what is known about the value of existing ecosystem services (see Maldives example). (...) The use of simple graphics proved to be very useful. Everyone in the community • It is important to know who has the mandate to communicate, to whom and what is to be achieved ( need communication plans) • Importance of engaging the media cannot be underestimated: the media are key players in delivering messages. 7 • Communities must have confidence in/trust the message and the messenger (use of celebrities is a good practice) • Climate change messages need to acknowledge DRM as a means for mitigation • Mapping underpins all areas of DRM and should be made available to the public • Prevention, preparedness and mitigation are key to minimize risk.
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Score: 220589.58 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...files/documents/6414singfr.pdf
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ACCESS OF COMMUNITY BROADCASTING TO PRIVATE SOURCES OF FUNDING AND SUPPORT AT A GLANCE ~ Sustainable private sources of funding are a lifeblood for most community broadcasters. ~ Community broadcasters should be free to access commercial sources of funding, whether from within the community or more widely. ~ It is legitimate to impose limits on the amount of advertising, in particular, but these should not discriminate against community broadcasters. (...) Support from the community A key source of support for many community broadcasters is volunteers from the commu- nity. (...) Community broadcasters should be required to be financially accountable to their communities, for example by making financial reporting information avail- able to the community and by involving members of the community in the financial management of their stations.
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Score: 220589.28 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...olicy_6_commercial_funding.pdf
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Regulations can hinder or destroy community forestry just as easily as they can advance the cause. (...) This includes developing community adaptive capacity for coping with the impacts of climate change. (...) Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger - correlation of forest tenure to poverty levels especially in rural, forest communities 2. Ensure environmental sustainability - proportion of land area covered by forest - access to payment for environmental services of communities - quality of forestlands awarded to communities - forest-based local livelihoods 3.
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Score: 220583.98 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...nt/uploads/2015/06/RECOFTC.pdf
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UN Photo/Rick Bajornas Strategic Communications The Strategic Communications Division (SCD) works to ensure the United Nations harnesses communications to achieve its goals. We deliver global communications campaigns that support the Organization’s diverse and challenging priorities. (...) We work closely with UN partners to support UN peacekeeping and special political missions’ communications by developing policy guidance, training, and advising during crises.
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Score: 220532.9 - https://www.un.org/en/departme...tions/strategic-communications
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The Community of Ocean Action on Marine and Coastal Ecosystems Management, in particular, is a major part of this effort. (...) These include a broad range of activities, such as regular webinars with the members of the Community and newsletters to update the Community on progress under VCs and opportunities for further engagement and collaboration. (...) In fact, the VCs within the Community overlap with all of the other Communities of Ocean Action, as illustrated by the below graph.
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Score: 220468.63 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...systems_COA_Interim_Report.pdf
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Score: 220426.86 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/view/countries/GB.html
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Community broadcasters can be seen as part of a wider concept of community media which also in- cludes community newspapers and community online facilities. (...) It is also inherent in the idea of community broadcasting that it serves the community. (...) This can be a bit of a chicken and egg conundrum, since it can be difficult to engage a community before showing the community the benefits of community broadcasting, but a broadcaster may not be recognised as a community broadcaster if the community is not sufficiently engaged. 4.
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Score: 220244.87 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...nability_policy_1_defining.pdf
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