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To accomplish this transition, TDR has convened an independent Data Access Committee to review applications for access to data held within the WWARN repository. Data contributors will soon be able to decide if they want to delegate decisions about data access to the committee. (...) The committee will make decisions about data access only on datasets where data contributors have delegated decision-making power to the Data Access Committee. (...) When complete, these will be shared with the malaria community and data contributors will be invited to decide if they would like to delegate decisions to the committee.
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Score: 807092.7 - https://www.who.int/tdr/news/2...-access-committee-launched/en/
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Strategies and tools against social exclusion and poverty - Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe Main contributor : Belgium Objectives : To contribute to the extension of social protection and to the fight against social exclusion Main activities : Promotion of the values of social justice through a combination of both conceptual and practical work at the different levels: global, interregional, regional, national and local Main results : Technical cooperation projects implemented in more than 40 countries, development of partnerships with key development agencies, active advocacy role on international scene, production of a comprehensive series of didactical tools. 2. (...) Extending the coverage of social security to the poor and the excluded - Africa, Americas, Asia Main contributor : The Netherlands Objectives : To support the countries in strengthening efficiency and increasing equity and in the development of national action plans for extending social security coverage through social dialogue Main activities : General guidance by a steering committee in charge of assisting implementation of national activities, knowledge dissemination and evaluation of methodology used in the national projects Main results : Setting up of the steering committee and assisting first implementation activities. 6. Fight against social exclusion - Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe Main contributor : Portugal Objectives : To reduce social exclusion, to increase access to decent work and to extend social protection Main activities : Studies and capitalization of experiences, production of didactical tools, training activities, dissemination of information and experiences Main results : Starting phase under preparation, project staff being recruited.
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Score: 806530.66 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...l/campagne/files/actglobal.htm
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Strategies and tools against social exclusion and poverty - Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe Main contributor : Belgium Objectives : To contribute to the extension of social protection and to the fight against social exclusion Main activities : Promotion of the values of social justice through a combination of both conceptual and practical work at the different levels: global, interregional, regional, national and local Main results : Technical cooperation projects implemented in more than 40 countries, development of partnerships with key development agencies, active advocacy role on international scene, production of a comprehensive series of didactical tools. 2. (...) Extending the coverage of social security to the poor and the excluded - Africa, Americas, Asia Main contributor : The Netherlands Objectives : To support the countries in strengthening efficiency and increasing equity and in the development of national action plans for extending social security coverage through social dialogue Main activities : General guidance by a steering committee in charge of assisting implementation of national activities, knowledge dissemination and evaluation of methodology used in the national projects Main results : Setting up of the steering committee and assisting first implementation activities. 6. Fight against social exclusion - Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe Main contributor : Portugal Objectives : To reduce social exclusion, to increase access to decent work and to extend social protection Main activities : Studies and capitalization of experiences, production of didactical tools, training activities, dissemination of information and experiences Main results : Starting phase under preparation, project staff being recruited.
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Score: 806530.66 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...l/campagne/files/actglobal.htm
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Contributions from Member States to regular resources, 2018 Contributor 2018 Contribution Contributor 2018 Contribution Contributor 2018 Contribution United States $79,582,829 Saudi Arabia $2,000,000 Viet Nam $35,000 Sweden $75,812,274 Austria $1,814,988 Liechtenstein $25,196 Norway $70,623,299 Finland $1,234,568 Lao PDR $25,000 United Kingdom $70,153,061 Russia $1,100,000 Mongolia $16,982 Japan $66,494,208 Bangladesh 2 $1,000,000 Andorra $11,823 Switzerland $49,281,314 Thailand $865,112 Cambodia $9,980 Germany $45,454,545 Kuwait $570,000 Guyana $9,927 Netherlands $34,129,693 Spain $568,828 Pakistan $8,643 Canada $30,792,918 United Arab Emirates $324,000 Samoa $6,000 Denmark $18,227,009 Singapore $300,000 Cuba $5,000 Belgium $12,345,679 Morocco 2 $211,994 Antigua and Barbuda $2,500 France $10,669,598 Costa Rica $208,831 Myanmar $701 Australia $9,050,498 Angola $150,000 Albania $500 Ireland $8,913,159 Czech Republic $132,691 Individual Giving $176,305 Republic of Korea $8,600,000 Iceland $102,549 Total $624,295,270 Italy $5,896,226 Israel $100,000 New Zealand $5,669,738 Estonia $88,863 India $4,332,498 Indonesia $70,000 China $3,800,000 Romania $57,870 Luxembourg $3,182,870 Portugal $50,000 2 Includes contributions intended for 2017 received in 2018.
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Score: 804253.96 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ssion/dp2019-10_Annex%206.docx
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Chair will invite contributors to present their papers. Followed by comments and open discussion. 12.00 -14.00: Lunch Break (Sandwiches and water will be served in the meeting room). 14.00-14.30: Summary of ITU Journal discussion. 14.30-15.30: Session 2: Advisory Board of Academia to the Secretary-General. (...) Chair will invite contributors to present their papers. Followed by comments and open discussion. 15.30-16.30: Session 3: Platform/Mechanism for consultation to strengthen cooperation. (...) Chair will invite contributors to present their papers. Followed by comments and open discussion. 16.30-17.00: Session 4: Other proposals/other topics 17.00-17.30: Closing http://www.itu.int/en/join/academia/Documents/SG%20Academia%20Consultation_contributions_3%20November.pdf
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Score: 804253.96 - https://www.itu.int/en/join/ac.../Documents/Agenda__9%20Nov.pdf
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Required reading ahead of PP-22 With less than one […] The post ITU News Magazine: ‘Meet the candidates’ edition out now appeared first on ITU Hub. ITU’s top contributors: Australia Australia is among the leading contributors to the annual budget of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), with a current commitment of 13 contributory units – equivalent to over CHF 4.1 million (about AUD 6.2 million or USD 4.2 million) each year. As part of this special blog series on ITU’s top contributing Member States, ITU News interviewed Richard Windeyer, Deputy […] The post ITU’s top contributors: Australia appeared first on ITU Hub. ITU’s top contributors: Italy Italy is among the leading contributors to the annual budget of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), with a current commitment of 15 contributory units – equivalent to nearly CHF 4.77 million (about EUR 4.9 million or USD 5 million) each year. As part of this special blog series on ITU’s top contributing Member States, ITU News interviewed Eva Spina, […] The post ITU’s top contributors: Italy appeared first on ITU Hub. ITU News Magazine – Connecting the unconnected Read the latest ITU News Magazine for key highlights and outcomes from the World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC) The post ITU News Magazine – Connecting the unconnected appeared first on ITU Hub.
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Score: 799799.1 - https://www.itu.int/hub/category/digital-development/feed/
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Score: 799017.1 - https://www.who.int/about/funding/contributors
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Become a contributor | Family Farming Knowledge Platform | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Family Farming Knowledge Platform Background FamilyFarmingLex Resources Practices & Techniques Countries & Regions Themes Network Data sources Join Us Register to become an FFKP Contributor (for organizations & institutions) Who can become an FFKP contributor? (...) Why become an FFKP regular contributor? Becoming an FFKP contributor consists in a mutual effort to cooperate and work together in identifying opportunities and gaps to promote a shift towards more equal and balanced development. A strong coalition of contributors sharing their knowledge represents the very foundation of this initiative.
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Score: 798879.74 - https://www.fao.org/family-farming/contributor/en/
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Number of Member State contributors to development Baseline (2017): 59 & 27 48 contributors for MPTFO (2018); 2 related inter-agency pooled funds and single agency thematic funds Target (2023): 100 & 50 8 contributors to UNDP’s Thematic Funding Windows (2018) 4. (...) Increase visibility of results from contributors of voluntary core resources, pooled & thematic funds and for program country contributions Specific mention of voluntary core, pooled and thematic fund contributors, and program country contributions in UNCT annual results reporting and entity specific country and global reporting Baseline (2018): n/a Target (2020): Yes Partially, contributors to core and thematic funds are recognized in our reports. Starting from 2019, UNDP plans to also explicitly recognize contributors to pooled funding Specific mention of individual contributors in all results reporting by pooled fund and thematic fund Baseline (2018): n/a Target (2020): Yes Partially, contributors to core and thematic funds are recognized in our reports.
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Score: 796133.45 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...021-04/dp2019-27_Annexes_0.pdf
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This book seeks to tell the story of WTO accessions and show the importance of our work in this area. Over fifty contributors from inside and outside the WTO assess the results of our efforts and how they have served the trading system. (...) They highlight the value of accessions in increasing market access, supporting domestic reforms and contributing to rule making in the WTO. The contributors include chief negotiators of original members; chief negotiators of members which have acceded since 1995; highly regarded economists, lawyers and academics; and experts from the WTO, World Bank, International Monetary Fund and the International Trade Centre. xvii In considering our work on accessions we should recall the genesis of this organization. (...) I congratulate everyone who has been involved in producing this important book – particularly the contributors and the co-editors. It is an excellent contribution to the debate on the work of the WTO during our twentieth anniversary year.
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Score: 796133.45 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...acc_trade_multi_contents_e.pdf
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