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Population coverage: The following types of household are included in the data collection: one person private households private households with more than one person households of other foreigners in the country armed forces residing in private housing outside military base The following types of household are excluded in the data collection: those in collective housing (such as long term hospitals, prisons, monasteries, military quarters) non-resident households of nationals (households of nationals located abroad) diplomatic households in the country armed forces residing in private housing within military base Units: Dwelling units are used in the sample selection and are characterised by: 2 single structure - detached housing unit single unit in a structure containing more than one housing unit street address 2 Data are recorded for the household unit which is characterised by: one person units two or more people living together: sharing a single dwelling or compound Unit members: Usual residents temporarily living away from the dwelling are included, if away continuously for less than 6 months. Visitors (not usual residents) temporarily living in the dwelling are not included as unit members. Domestic staff living in same dwelling/compound are included in the unit. Renters living in same dwelling/compound are included in the unit. Boarders living in same dwelling/compound are included in the unit.
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Score: 1136810.4 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/219A.html
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Despite significant improvements, over one-third of marginalised Roma aged 18-21 lack a basic education. (...) The result was a narrower gap between Roma and non-Roma in 2017. Despite improvements, the gap of 10 percentage points is still the second-largest in the region, after Albania (11 percentage points). (...) A widening gap is observed in the case of access to waste collection, with no improvement among marginalised Roma. No collection of waste is still an issue affecting a larger share of the Roma population living in marginalised communities.
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Score: 1136464.3 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...o_rs_Factsheet_SERBIA_Roma.pdf
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ՀՀ ԱՇԽԱՏԱՆՔԻ ԵՎ ՍՈՑԻԱԼԱԿԱՆ ՀԱՐՑԵՐԻ ՆԱԽԱՐԱՐՈՒԹՅՈՒՆ Public Support Public Support ProgrammesProgrammes aimed at aimed at Providing Providing Housing for Housing for Socially Socially DDeprived eprived GGroupsroups 13 October, 20113 October, 20144 Yerevan cityYerevan city 1 RA MINISTRY OF LABOR AND SOCIAL AFFAIRSRA MINISTRY OF LABOR AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS  Law on Social Protection of Children without Parental Law on Social Protection of Children without Parental Care, Article 9Care, Article 9  Law on Social Assistance, Article 12Law on Social Assistance, Article 12  Law on Social Security of Servicemen and their Law on Social Security of Servicemen and their Family Members, Article 34Family Members, Article 34  LLawaw on Allocating Apartments Built for the Refugees on Allocating Apartments Built for the Refugees Forcibly Displaced from the RepublicForcibly Displaced from the Republic of Azerbaijan of Azerbaijan in 1988in 1988--1992 with Ownership Right1992 with Ownership Right  Law on Repressed Persons, Article 6Law on Repressed Persons, Article 6 Other legal acts enforcing the aforementioned laws.Other legal acts enforcing the aforementioned laws. 2 Legal FrameworkLegal Framework  RRegistrationegistration of persons (families) in need of of persons (families) in need of ((eligable foreligable for) housing) housing,, 20020000  Granting credits to Granting credits to 275275 out of 300 registered out of 300 registered families of repressed persons, families of repressed persons, 20012001  Providing housing for 310 out of 390 Providing housing for 310 out of 390 registered orphanage registered orphanage graduatesgraduates and children and children without parental care, 2006without parental care, 2006 3 PROGRAMMES WITHING THE COMPETENCE OF THE RA MLSA  Integrated social services systemIntegrated social services system  Providing appropriate Providing appropriate package of package of social social services based on needsservices based on needs  Housing Housing asas one of social servicesone of social services  RA Government Decree NRA Government Decree N10091009--N, N, 0022.08.201.08.20122  RA Government Decree NRA Government Decree N894894--NN 01.08.201301.08.2013.. 4 HOUSING PROVISION PROGRAMES IN THE HOUSING PROVISION PROGRAMES IN THE CONTEX OF REFORMSCONTEX OF REFORMS  Persons who have been considered as children Persons who have been considered as children without parental carewithout parental care  Orphanage graduatesOrphanage graduates  Families Families who have got more than who have got more than ““00”” points for their points for their general work skills recordsgeneral work skills records  Single employed or unemployed pensionersSingle employed or unemployed pensioners  SingleSingle--parent families if one of the spouses has died parent families if one of the spouses has died or if the child has been adopted by a single personor if the child has been adopted by a single person  Supporting families, the members of which are Supporting families, the members of which are under 18 under 18 5 SOCIALLY SOCIALLY VULNERABLEVULNERABLE AND SPECIAL GROUPSAND SPECIAL GROUPS  Persons belonging to one social group Persons belonging to one social group -- not not more than 50%more than 50%  Priorities:Priorities: -- Children without parental care or Children without parental care or orphanage graduatesorphanage graduates -- SingleSingle--parent householdparent household -- Single pensionerSingle pensioner -- Supporting familySupporting family 6 Distributing the number of social dwelling Distributing the number of social dwelling houses based on social groupshouses based on social groups  General work skills registrationGeneral work skills registration  OnlineOnline access to the necessary dataaccess to the necessary data  Rejection in case of having a living space with Rejection in case of having a living space with ownership rightownership right and if is incapable of selfand if is incapable of self--serviceservice  The apartment has been alienated during the The apartment has been alienated during the previous 5 yearsprevious 5 years  Introduction to the procedureIntroduction to the proceduress of record keeping, of record keeping, puttingputting oon the waitlistn the waitlist, , granting the dwellinggranting the dwelling, as , as well as to residentswell as to residents’’ rights and liabilitiesrights and liabilities 7 Registration and ProvisionRegistration and Provision SFSF proposal proposal withinwithin a one month perioa one month periodd Resident of the given communityResident of the given community TwoTwo--parent family with childrenparent family with children Not Not having family ties tohaving family ties to the the other residents other residents (families) of the social house(families) of the social house One of the adult family members shall earn One of the adult family members shall earn an incomean income Heathy moral and psychological relationship Heathy moral and psychological relationship in the familyin the family 8 Supporting FamilySupporting Family  In accordance with the date of application, place of In accordance with the date of application, place of residence (community) and the social groupresidence (community) and the social group  The same person (family) can be included in different The same person (family) can be included in different social groups at the same timesocial groups at the same time  Priorities:Priorities: the community, region, marz and the the community, region, marz and the countrycountry  In case of equal dataIn case of equal data, priorities will be considered, priorities will be considered  The number of childrenThe number of children  Availability of disabled family members of groups I Availability of disabled family members of groups I and IIand II  One of the family members is a soldierOne of the family members is a soldier 9 Drawing up the WaitlistDrawing up the Waitlist In the events ofIn the events of  Accommodation in a dwelling (in case of different Accommodation in a dwelling (in case of different social groups, too)social groups, too)  Acquiring an apartmentAcquiring an apartment  Grounds set are no more in effectGrounds set are no more in effect  Moving abroad from the RAMoving abroad from the RA  Application on removal from the registerApplication on removal from the register  Written refusal of the dwelling (to be allocated) for Written refusal of the dwelling (to be allocated) for the second timethe second time  Submitting Submitting ununreliable datareliable data  Death of the applicantDeath of the applicant 10 Removal from the RegisterRemoval from the Register  In case of availability of free dwellingIn case of availability of free dwelling  Double check Double check of the availability or absence of the availability or absence of grounds for removal from the register of grounds for removal from the register byby locallocal social servicesocial service agenciesagencies  The citizen is informed on The citizen is informed on the requirement the requirement to to concludconcludee anan agreementagreement  In the event of nonIn the event of non--attendanceattendance the local the local social service agency tries to find out the social service agency tries to find out the reasons or reasons or draws up a draws up a written refusalwritten refusal 11 Providing a DwellingProviding a Dwelling  Perpetual for those who have reached the social Perpetual for those who have reached the social securitysecurity’’s retirement ages retirement age  A 10A 10--year term for supporting families and year term for supporting families and children without parental care (orphanage children without parental care (orphanage graduates)graduates)  The 5The 5--year agreement may be prolonged with 5 year agreement may be prolonged with 5 more years if the ground for record keeping has more years if the ground for record keeping has been maintainedbeen maintained  On a contractual basis On a contractual basis -- after after the expiry date the expiry date 12 Terms for Providing a DwellingTerms for Providing a Dwelling  To freelyTo freely reside in the dwelling including with reside in the dwelling including with family family –– parent, spouse, children, siblings or parent, spouse, children, siblings or other relatives based on an appropriate other relatives based on an appropriate argumentargument  To host relatives for up to a 3To host relatives for up to a 3--month periodmonth period  To be absent for To be absent for a a 66--99 month periodmonth period  To get other social servicesTo get other social services 13 Rights of the Resident Rights of the Resident  To appear in the SNCO within a To appear in the SNCO within a 3030--day day periodperiod  To register at the State Register of Population To register at the State Register of Population within a within a 77--day periodday period  To pay utility fees in a timely mannerTo pay utility fees in a timely manner  Follow the general rules of cohabitation in Follow the general rules of cohabitation in social housessocial houses 14 Liabilities of the ResidentLiabilities of the Resident THANK YOUTHANK YOU A.A.
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Score: 1136219.3 - https://unece.org/DAM/hlm/prgm...ocial_aff_Astghik_Minasyan.pdf
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This project will also contribute to improving the quality of housing, particularly for vulnerable households, diversifying affordable technological options, and adding value with the use of environmentally friendly and sustainable construction technologies. (...) Key project objectives are to : construct more natural hazards-resistant dwellings by using locally available stabilized earthen construction materials increase the scientific capacities of the relevant Governmental bodies of the Republic of Mozambique by transferring technology and know-how on building rammed earth dwellings provide the local community and volunteers with know-how and labour-skill capacity on building rammed earth dwellings raise awareness on the benefits of rammed earth for sustainable housing, including the ecological, cost-effective, comfortable, sustainable, durable and resistant features of the rammed earth technology promote the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) relevant to the project scope Hear, Listen and Speak Programme for all Bhutanese Children The Technology Bank, in collaboration with Medtronic Labs (MDT Labs), has established a consortium to support the Kingdom of Bhutan under the Hear, Listen and Speak Programme for all Bhutanese Children.
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Score: 1136133.6 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/es/node/1108
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This project will also contribute to improving the quality of housing, particularly for vulnerable households, diversifying affordable technological options, and adding value with the use of environmentally friendly and sustainable construction technologies. (...) Key project objectives are to : construct more natural hazards-resistant dwellings by using locally available stabilized earthen construction materials increase the scientific capacities of the relevant Governmental bodies of the Republic of Mozambique by transferring technology and know-how on building rammed earth dwellings provide the local community and volunteers with know-how and labour-skill capacity on building rammed earth dwellings raise awareness on the benefits of rammed earth for sustainable housing, including the ecological, cost-effective, comfortable, sustainable, durable and resistant features of the rammed earth technology promote the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) relevant to the project scope Hear, Listen and Speak Programme for all Bhutanese Children The Technology Bank, in collaboration with Medtronic Labs (MDT Labs), has established a consortium to support the Kingdom of Bhutan under the Hear, Listen and Speak Programme for all Bhutanese Children.
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Score: 1136133.6 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/fr/node/1108
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This project will also contribute to improving the quality of housing, particularly for vulnerable households, diversifying affordable technological options, and adding value with the use of environmentally friendly and sustainable construction technologies. (...) Key project objectives are to : construct more natural hazards-resistant dwellings by using locally available stabilized earthen construction materials increase the scientific capacities of the relevant Governmental bodies of the Republic of Mozambique by transferring technology and know-how on building rammed earth dwellings provide the local community and volunteers with know-how and labour-skill capacity on building rammed earth dwellings raise awareness on the benefits of rammed earth for sustainable housing, including the ecological, cost-effective, comfortable, sustainable, durable and resistant features of the rammed earth technology promote the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) relevant to the project scope Hear, Listen and Speak Programme for all Bhutanese Children The Technology Bank, in collaboration with Medtronic Labs (MDT Labs), has established a consortium to support the Kingdom of Bhutan under the Hear, Listen and Speak Programme for all Bhutanese Children.
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Score: 1136133.6 - https://www.un.org/technologyb.../technology-transfer-programme
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This project will also contribute to improving the quality of housing, particularly for vulnerable households, diversifying affordable technological options, and adding value with the use of environmentally friendly and sustainable construction technologies. (...) Key project objectives are to : construct more natural hazards-resistant dwellings by using locally available stabilized earthen construction materials increase the scientific capacities of the relevant Governmental bodies of the Republic of Mozambique by transferring technology and know-how on building rammed earth dwellings provide the local community and volunteers with know-how and labour-skill capacity on building rammed earth dwellings raise awareness on the benefits of rammed earth for sustainable housing, including the ecological, cost-effective, comfortable, sustainable, durable and resistant features of the rammed earth technology promote the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) relevant to the project scope Hear, Listen and Speak Programme for all Bhutanese Children The Technology Bank, in collaboration with Medtronic Labs (MDT Labs), has established a consortium to support the Kingdom of Bhutan under the Hear, Listen and Speak Programme for all Bhutanese Children.
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Score: 1136133.6 - https://www.un.org/technologyb.../technology-transfer-programme
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This project will also contribute to improving the quality of housing, particularly for vulnerable households, diversifying affordable technological options, and adding value with the use of environmentally friendly and sustainable construction technologies. (...) Key project objectives are to : construct more natural hazards-resistant dwellings by using locally available stabilized earthen construction materials increase the scientific capacities of the relevant Governmental bodies of the Republic of Mozambique by transferring technology and know-how on building rammed earth dwellings provide the local community and volunteers with know-how and labour-skill capacity on building rammed earth dwellings raise awareness on the benefits of rammed earth for sustainable housing, including the ecological, cost-effective, comfortable, sustainable, durable and resistant features of the rammed earth technology promote the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) relevant to the project scope Hear, Listen and Speak Programme for all Bhutanese Children The Technology Bank, in collaboration with Medtronic Labs (MDT Labs), has established a consortium to support the Kingdom of Bhutan under the Hear, Listen and Speak Programme for all Bhutanese Children.
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Score: 1136133.6 - https://www.un.org/technologyb.../technology-transfer-programme
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This project will also contribute to improving the quality of housing, particularly for vulnerable households, diversifying affordable technological options, and adding value with the use of environmentally friendly and sustainable construction technologies. (...) Key project objectives are to : construct more natural hazards-resistant dwellings by using locally available stabilized earthen construction materials increase the scientific capacities of the relevant Governmental bodies of the Republic of Mozambique by transferring technology and know-how on building rammed earth dwellings provide the local community and volunteers with know-how and labour-skill capacity on building rammed earth dwellings raise awareness on the benefits of rammed earth for sustainable housing, including the ecological, cost-effective, comfortable, sustainable, durable and resistant features of the rammed earth technology promote the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) relevant to the project scope Hear, Listen and Speak Programme for all Bhutanese Children The Technology Bank, in collaboration with Medtronic Labs (MDT Labs), has established a consortium to support the Kingdom of Bhutan under the Hear, Listen and Speak Programme for all Bhutanese Children.
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Score: 1136133.6 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/ar/node/1108
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DHS data structure and data files Methodology and Tools for Supporting the Formulation of Evidence-based Policies in Response to the Challenge of Population Ageing in Malawi By Jesman Chintsanya, PhD Department of Population Studies, Chancellor College, University of Malawi 19-21 July 2016, Lilongwe, Malawi Outline • Introduction • Background • Methodology • Findings • Conclusion • Recommendations Introduction • Projected population 16.8 million (NSO, 2010) • TFR 5.0 children per woman (MDG Endline Survey, 2014) • Rapid population growth (2.8%) per annum (NS0, 2010) • HIV prevalence has remained stable, 10% (NSO, 2011) • Improvements in ART • Improvements in life expectancy • Proportion of persons aged 60+ will increase from 4.9% (2015) to 7.6% (2050), (United Nations, 2015). • In absolute terms this equates to 0.85 million to 3.3 million persons Need for Data and Statistics on Order Persons • The increase in proportion of older persons has both opportunities and challenges • Older people have the knowledge and skills which they can use to help families or communities deal with different challenges • Population of older persons steadily increases in the country, the social, economic and cultural challenges associated with ageing populations are likely to multiply • Hence, UNDESA and Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Welfare (Department of Disability and Elderly Affairs), commissioned a study to investigate available data and statistics on older persons that can inform socio-economic planning. Study Objectives • To assess the status of empirical data on older persons for supporting the formulation of evidence-based policies in response to the challenge of population ageing in Malawi • Present evidence of available data on older persons, • Identify existing gaps and, • Make recommendations on improving the data situation. Study Methods Document review • The Constitution of the Republic of Malawi, • National Pensions Act, • National Policy for Older Persons (draft), • National Social Support Policy, and Malawi Growth and Development Strategy (MGDS) II. • The National Statistical Act • National Commission on Science and Technology (NCST) research and ethics guidelines Database search • Search from different producers, however, NSO was the main source • collection instruments were closely studied to obtain an idea of the type of data collected by the data producers in the country Electronic/internet literature search • A search engine of Google was conducted to identify publications on older persons which could not be sourced using the above two study methods. (...) Housing Conditions  The censuses, and all major surveys (MDHS, IHS, WMS) collect information on housing and household characteristics  Question asked include: type of household; type of dwelling structure; and tenure of the dwelling structure  The 2014 WMS asked information on the occupancy tenure to the arrangements under which the household resides in a dwelling.
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Score: 1100684.9 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...awi_Assessment_JChintsanya.pdf
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