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Restoring the conditions for SDG progress in African countries, Least Developed Countries and Landlocked Developing Countries | Portal PMA - Medidas de apoyo para los países menos adelantados Pasar al contenido principal Bienvenidos a las Naciones Unidas Toggle navigation Idioma: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Portal PMA - Medidas de apoyo para los países menos adelantados Formulario de búsqueda Índice del sitio Buscar Toggle navigation Portada Apoyo internacional a los PMA en relación con el comercio Cooperación tecnica y financiera para los PMA Los PMA en los foros internacionales Medidas de apoyo a los países en proceso de graduación Información sobre el portal Portada Restoring the conditions for SDG progress in African countries, Least Developed Countries and Landlocked Developing Countries Restoring the conditions for SDG progress in African countries, Least Developed Countries and Landlocked Developing Countries Jueves, 08 Julio 2021 - 3:00pm This session of the 2021 High-Level Political Forum addressed the challenges and opportunities common to these groups of countries amidst the pandemic and discussed the conditions necessary to overcome the socio-economic impacts of COVID-19 and embark on a track to realize the SDGs.
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Score: 317830 - https://www.un.org/ldcportal/es/node/1955
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This work is carried out almost exclusively by women and has been little recognized because women from the same households carry it out, and when it is carried out under contract, it is very often deployed in conditions of precarious work, low levels of protection, and low remuneration. In addition, there is presumably growing participation of migrant women in providing these services, which could be facing adverse working conditions. COVID-19 highlighted the enormous burden of care work on women and the disadvantageous conditions it is carried out. (...) Finally, recognize and dignify the care work carried out mainly by women and institutionalize the care system to ensure quality services and decent working conditions.
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Score: 316351.78 - https://www.un.org/development...tatements_dominican_rep_en.pdf
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AMENDMENT NO 1 TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE FOR THE CURRICULUM ON GOVERNANCE FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS 1. (...) Revision to Terms and Conditions. The United Nations reserves its exclusive right to alter, limit or discontinue the User’s use of the Training Materials in any respect and to revise the present Terms and Conditions, as it determines is necessary, in its sole discretion and without notice to any User. (...) No waiver by the United Nations of any provision of these Terms and Conditions shall be binding except as set forth in writing and signed by its duly authorized representative.
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Score: 316272.31 - https://unpan.un.org/sites/unp...able%20Development%20Goals.pdf
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At the most simple level, FCI gives an average reading of forage condition per subcounty across the vast majority of Kenya’s ASALs. (...) By analysing seasonal trends in forage condition, the tool builds on a six-month prediction of forage condition which then enables timely and accurate drought response. The tool can also be used to analyse trends in forage condition over time (Figure 1) and to get a clearer picture of the impact of a drought on key grazing areas.
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Score: 314712.23 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...18-integration-segment-fao.pdf
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Adjustments shown using less well- known methods Age misreporting Age misreporting (45+)  New method(s) based on:  Basic statistic: cmRx(T1,T2) computed using two censuses (at T1 and T2) and intercensal deaths between T1 and T2  A standard pattern of age misreporting  Alternative techniques to estimate magnitude of age misreporting Statistic: cmRx(T1,T2)  From previous studies (Dechter-Preston, Del Popolo, Preston-Condran-Himes) using (a) two census at T1 and T2 and intercensal deaths in (T1,T2) Behavior of key statistic cmRx(T1,T2) under different conditions  Main problems:  Unequal census completeness leads to statistic’s behavior that mimics age over(under)statement  Intercensal migration leads to statistic’s behavior that mimic age over(under)statement  Conditions :  Adjusted for relative completeness of census enumeration  Closed to migration (or adjusted for it) Age patterns and levels of age misreporting  Main idea:  Detect problem with statistic  Reconstruct true population (matrix)  Age pattern of age misreporting  Level of age misreporting  From previous studies  India (Bhat)  Latin America (Ortega)  US: Medicare records (Preston et al)  We use Costa Rica 2002 matching study (census-voting register) and estimate standard patterns of  Population age misreporting  Probability of over(under) stating age at age x  Conditional probability of over(under) stating age by 1-10 years given over(under) statement at age x  The above is referred to as “standard pattern of age misstatement”  Generates a “standard matrix” of population transfers across ages Main results from Costa Rica study  Gender differences in age misreporting: marginal  Age differences in prob. of misreporting: large  Overstatement overwhelms under statement Age patterns of age misreporting Outcome  Matrix of net “age transfers” is a standard pattern of age misreporting that we assume prevails in all countries  Observed patterns produced by identical standard but different levels of age misreporting (age specific probability of misreporting)  Standard death and population patterns of age misreporting are identical Strategy  Estimate model predicting prob of age net overstatement as a function of age  Estimate negative binomial model for conditional probability of overestimation  Generate the Costa Rican standard of age net overstatement  Allow shifts in levels of net overstatement: the shifts or magnitude of age misreporting are estimated from data Identification conditions  We can estimate both LEVELS of net overstatement of ages at death and population  BUT:  Cannot identify simultaneously population over and under statement, only net overstatement  Must assume age patterns of over (under) statement of ages at death and population are identical  Must assume that standard is appropriate for observed population METHODS TO ESTIMATE MAGNITUDE OF AGE MISREPORTING DEATH AND POPULATION  Brute force iterative procedure :  plausible but time consuming  Inverse regression based on regression models estimated in simulated population. The estimates are then used in observed population  Optimal, economic  Parametric using observed data only  Too sensitive at higher ages EVALUATION STUDY  To adjust for completeness  To correct for age misstatement Evaluation study  Objective: identify error distribution of estimates associated with different methods under multiple conditions violating assumptions  Precursor study by Hill et al. (...) Adjust mortality rates and construction life tables from age 5 on Uncertainty  Evaluation study produces  Metapopulation====== error distributions of each candidate method under different conditions violating assumption  Can attach probability (of error) measure to each candidate method  Can use them explicitly in estimation thus generating bounds of uncertainty of target parameters THANK YOU
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Score: 314679.1 - https://www.un.org/development...mber-2016-modified_palloni.pdf
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Score: 314634.99 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/terms-and-conditions-agreement
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Restoring the conditions for SDG progress in African countries, Least Developed Countries and Landlocked Developing Countries | 最不发达国家门户网站 跳转到主要内容 欢迎来到联合国,您的世界 Toggle navigation 语言: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español 最不发达国家门户网站 搜索表单 网址索引 搜索 Toggle navigation 主页 针对最不发达国家的与贸易有关的国际支助 针对最不发达国家的财政和技术援助 最不发达国家对国际论坛的参与 对将毕业国家的支助 关于我们 主页 Restoring the conditions for SDG progress in African countries, Least Developed Countries and Landlocked Developing Countries Restoring the conditions for SDG progress in African countries, Least Developed Countries and Landlocked Developing Countries 星期四, 08 七月 2021 - 3:00下午 This session of the 2021 High-Level Political Forum addressed the challenges and opportunities common to these groups of countries amidst the pandemic and discussed the conditions necessary to overcome the socio-economic impacts of COVID-19 and embark on a track to realize the SDGs.
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Score: 313379.74 - https://www.un.org/ldcportal/zh/node/1955
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2020-08-27 updated Information Disclosure Consent Form - COVID-19 MEDEVAC System Notice: All persons, including UN staff members, are required to sign the below Information Disclosure Consent Form as a condition of being provided with COVID-19 MEDEVAC Services by the United Nations INFORMATION DISCLOSURE CONSENT FORM FOR UN COVID-19 MEDICAL EVACUATION (MEDEVAC) SERVICES I, the undersigned, hereby agree that my medical records or any information relating to my health status or personal information may be released or transferred, in accordance with applicable national laws, regulations, policies and procedures, to any treating physician(s), medical institution(s), my employer, any UN system organizations involved in the MEDEVAC services, third party service provider engaged by the UN to review, process and issue payments for medical services, and/or relevant national authorities that may be involved in providing or assisting with, or have authority over COVID-19 medical services, in connection with the provision of COVID- 19 medical evacuation services by the UN. (Complete if applicable) I am the parent or legal guardian of _______________________ (insert name) (“my child”), and hereby agree to the above-mentioned release or transfer of my child’s medical records or information relating to my child’s health status for the provision of COVID-19 medical evacuation services by the UN. _______________________ ______________________ ____________________ _______________ Signature of individual Name of individual Employer Date _______________________ ______________________ ____________________ _______________ Signature of witness Name of witness Employer Date 2 Notice: All persons, other than staff members of the UN or its funds and programmes, are required to sign the below General Release from Liability Form as a condition of being provided with COVID-19 MEDEVAC Services by the United Nations GENERAL RELEASE FROM LIABILITY FORM FOR UN COVID-19 MEDICAL EVACUATION (MEDEVAC) SERVICES I, the undersigned, hereby recognize that my travel on ground and/or air transportation for medical evacuation purposes due to my medical condition relating to COVID-19, as well as all medical care that may be provided to me by the UN, UN entities, UN contractors and/or government authorities and their personnel, is solely for my own convenience and benefit, and may take place in areas or under conditions of special risk. In consideration of receiving such transportation and medical care, I hereby: (a) Assume all risks and liabilities in connection with the provision of such transportation and medical care; (b) Recognize that neither the United Nations, nor any of its officials, employees or agents is liable for any loss, damage, injury or death that may be sustained by me during or as a result of the provision of such transportation and medical care; (c) Agree, for myself as well as for my dependents, heirs and estate, to hold harmless the United Nations and all its officials, employees and agents from any claim or action on account of any such loss, damage, injury or death; (d) Acknowledge that any air transportation for medical evacuation purposes is not offered as a commercial service or a service for the general public; that the air transportation may be operated in an area of possible hazardous conditions, including hostilities; that the operating air transportation conditions and facilities may not meet International Civil Aviation Organization (“ICAO”) or other international or national standards, which could pose special risks for the flight; and my travel on this flight is not covered by the Warsaw Convention and/or Montreal Convention, or related authorities; (e) Agree, for myself as well as for my dependents, heirs and estate, that in the event that I sustain any loss, damage, injury or death during or as a result of the provision of medical care for which the United Nations otherwise may be found to be liable, such liability, if any, shall be subject to the terms of paragraphs 8 and 9 of General Assembly resolution 52/247 of 17 July 1998, whether or not the medical care is provided in the context of peacekeeping operations and whether or not such terms are otherwise directly applicable by virtue of that resolution;1 1 In paragraphs 8 and 9 of its resolution 52/247 of 17 July 1998, the General Assembly: “8.
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Score: 312171.02 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...se_form_-_covid-19_medevac.pdf
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ILO and EU-Presidency join forces to improve working conditions in small enterprises | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main content Bienvenue aux Nations Unies عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Département des Affaires Économiques et Sociales Développement Durable Main navigation Accueil Informations sur les objectifs de développement durable Objectifs de développement durable Thèmes clefs Programme 2030 Renforcement des capacités Publications Rapport mondial sur le développement durable Processus intergouvernementaux Forum politique de haut niveau pour le développement durable Conférences et événements de haut niveau des Nations Unies liés au développement durable Forum multipartite sur la science, la technologie et l'innovation pour les ODD Deuxième Commission de l'Assemblée générale des Nations Unies Orientations de Samoa Forum de partenariat ECOSOC FPHN Petits États insulaires en développement Petits États insulaires en développement Multidimensional Vulnerability Index for SIDS Partenariats Partenariats (thème) Plateforme de partenariats ECOSOC Partnership Forum 2022 Participez Manifestations Séminaire en ligne États membres Système des Nations Unies Engagement des parties prenantes Actualités Qui sommes-nous ? ILO and EU-Presidency join forces to improve working conditions in small enterprises Geneva, Switzerland ILO and EU - Presidency Share Background Background Jointly organized by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU), an informal meeting of Ministers of Labour and Social Affairs has agreed on renewed efforts to improve working conditions in small and micro enterprises at the national and international levels. (...) Rubriques Connexes Employment, decent work for all and social protection Objectifs correspondants 8 Rejoindre la conversation Footer menu CONDITIONS D’UTILISATION CONFIDENTIALITÉ DE L’INFORMATION CONTACTEZ-NOUS COURRIERS FRAUDULEUX DROITS D’AUTEUR
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Score: 311201.03 - https://sdgs.un.org/fr/node/7261
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This will exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and decline in external funding. Conditions in Gaza remain the most worrisome. GDP per capita remains below its 1994 levels. (...) These policies result in harsh economic and social conditions. New Israeli projects and plans are expected to exacerbate these conditions. (...) Chairman, Distinguished delegates, In conclusion, the protracted Israeli occupation is detrimental to the living conditions of Palestinians and Syrians. Current trends and persistent Israeli policies render attaining the SDGs almost impossible.
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Score: 309702.61 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...ent-SGs_Report-2020-20JULY.pdf
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