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Benefits may include child and family benefits, sickness and health-care benefits, maternity benefits, disability benefits, old-age benefits, survivors’ benefits, unemployment benefits and employment guarantees, and employment injury benefits as well as any other social benefits in cash or in kind” [Paragraph 9(2)]. (...) (b) What combinations of benefits and schemes proved to be most effective in lifting people out of poverty, vulnerability, social exclusion and informality? (...) Has the effectiveness and efficiency of the combination of benefits and schemes been assessed in terms of extending coverage and reducing poverty, vulnerability and social exclusion [Paragraph 9]?
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Score: 768721 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...s/presentation/wcms_574129.pdf
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Benefits may include child and family benefits, sickness and health-care benefits, maternity benefits, disability benefits, old-age benefits, survivors’ benefits, unemployment benefits and employment guarantees, and employment injury benefits as well as any other social benefits in cash or in kind” [Paragraph 9(2)]. (...) (b) What combinations of benefits and schemes proved to be most effective in lifting people out of poverty, vulnerability, social exclusion and informality? (...) Has the effectiveness and efficiency of the combination of benefits and schemes been assessed in terms of extending coverage and reducing poverty, vulnerability and social exclusion [Paragraph 9]?
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Score: 768721 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...s/presentation/wcms_574129.pdf
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Intended end beneficiaries and benefits: 287.     All food-insecure, malnourished and vulnerable groups will benefit from better designed and targeted policies, programmes and interventions. (...) Intended end beneficiaries and benefits: 295.     By ensuring coherence of FAO' support, national authorities should be able to establish effective regulatory frameworks regarding food and agriculture. (...) Intended end beneficiaries and benefits: 307.     Rural populations and agricultural producers would directly benefit from programmes and projects facilitated by an enhanced field programme.
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Score: 768713.7 - https://www.fao.org/pwb/2007/J7290Add1e/J7290Add1e21.htm
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The generic benefits of integration in that area are described along with the conclusions on the specific benefits of integration in each for the chemical Nonylphenol. (...) For each potential area of integration, summaries are provided for: a) the benefits already apparent in the EU-RAR; b) additional benefits gained by further integration and, in some cases; c) conclusions missed by not integrating. 8 Figure 1. (...) Local sites with high concentrations of a chemical can cause potential adverse ecological effects with indirect effects on humans. These effects are not exemplified in an ERA.
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Score: 768467.24 - https://www.who.int/ipcs/methods/Nonylphenol.pdf
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. • All stakeholders are encouraged to work together to ensure that risks are assessed, managed and communicated effectively so that users of the pesticide and the broader community are aware and can help manage risks to ensure the benefits of crop protection products are delivered. (...) For example, it is ‘ the shared responsibility of many sectors of society to work together so that the benefits to be derived from the necessary and acceptable use of pesticides are achieved without significant adverse effects on human health or the environment’ and ‘ to avoid unjustified confusion and alarm among the public, concerned parties should consider all available facts and should promote responsible information dissemination on pesticides and their uses’ Working in partnership to deliver benefits and manage risks • CropLife International recognizes that there are many different views on the precautionary approach. For us, it means understanding the risks, developing realistic management options and then weighing residual risk against benefits. • Pesticide companies only register and sell pesticides that offer a measurable benefit to the grower; it would not be possible to sell a product that did not work, for example. • If risk management options are not practical or the benefit of use is not sufficient to outweigh risks, registration is unlikely to be allowed by government regulators. • CropLife International remains committed to working with all stakeholders to ensure the safe and effective use of pesticides and believes that the FAO Code of Conduct provides a framework for co-operation while retaining the independence of Governments to rule on pesticide safety.
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Score: 768366.7 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...m5/precautionary_principle.doc
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Overtime, positive network effects can create a bandwagon effect as the network becomes more valuable as more people join. (...) If all costs and benefits can be charged to the activity that creates them, the market will produce an optimal allocation of resources. (...) Each new user derives private benefit but also confers external benefits (NE) on existing users.
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Score: 768233.94 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...ld_Mfungahema_Presentation.pdf
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FULLY-COSTED EVALUATION PLAN (2020-2024) UNDAF Outcome UNDP Strategic Plan Outcome Evaluation Title Partners (joint evaluation) Evaluation commissioned by (if not UNDP) Type of evaluation Planned Evaluation Completion Date Estimated Cost (USD) Provisional Source of Funding Outcome 1 : By 2024, Liberia has diversified, and inclusive economic growth underpinned by investments in sustainable and environmentally friendly agriculture, food security, job creation and improved resilience to climate change and natural disasters 1 & 3 Portfolio evaluation on "Sustainable and Inclusive Economic Growth" Outcome October 2022 50,000 Country Office M&E budget Outcome 2 - By 2024, Liberia consolidates, sustains peace and enhances social cohesion, has strengthened formal and informal institutions capable of providing access to inclusive, effective, equitable justice and security services, capable of promoting and protecting the human rights of all. By 2024, people in Liberia especially the vulnerable and disadvantaged, benefit from strengthened institutions that are more effective, accountable, transparent, inclusive and gender responsive in the delivery of essential services at the national and sub-national levels 1, 2&3 Portfolio evaluation on Governance Institutions ‘Peace, social cohesion and inclusive governance’ Outcome March 2022 50,000 Country Office M&E budget Outcome 2 - By 2024, Liberia consolidates, sustains peace and enhances social cohesion, has strengthened formal and informal institutions capable of providing access to inclusive, effective, equitable justice and security services, capable of promoting and protecting the human rights of all. 2 & 3 Terminal evaluation for Rule of Law Phase II Project September 2024 20,000 Project budget Outcome 3 - By 2024, people in Liberia especially the vulnerable and disadvantaged, benefit from strengthened institutions that are more effective, accountable, transparent, inclusive and gender responsive in the delivery of essential services at the national and sub-national levels 2 & 3 Mid-term evaluation for Spotlight Programme JOINT evaluation RCO Project March 2021 7000 Project budget Outcome 2 - By 2024, Liberia consolidates, sustains peace and enhances social cohesion, has strengthened formal and informal institutions capable of providing access to inclusive, effective, equitable justice and security services, capable of promoting and protecting the human rights of all. 2&3 Terminal evaluation for Support to Elections-Electoral Reforms Project July 2023 20,000 Project budget Outcome 3 - By 2024, people in Liberia especially the vulnerable and disadvantaged, benefit from strengthened institutions that are more effective, accountable, transparent, inclusive and gender responsive in the delivery of essential services at the national and sub-national levels 1&3 Terminal evaluation for Decentralization Project October 2023 20,000 Project budget Outcome 1: By 2024, Liberia has diversified, and inclusive economic growth underpinned by investments in sustainable and environmentally friendly agriculture, food security, job creation and improved resilience to climate change and natural disasters 1 & 3 Mid-evaluation for Monrovia Metropolitan Coastal Resilient Project Project April 2022 20,000 Project budget Outcome 1: By 2024, Liberia has diversified, and inclusive economic growth underpinned by investments in sustainable and environmentally friendly agriculture, food security, job creation and improved resilience to climate change and natural disasters 1 & 3 Terminal evaluation for Cross-cutting Capacity Development (CCCD) Project September 2021 20,000 Outcome 3 - By 2024, people in Liberia especially the vulnerable and disadvantaged, benefit from strengthened institutions that are more effective, accountable, transparent, inclusive and gender responsive in the delivery of essential services at the national and sub-national levels 1, 2 &3 UNSDCF Evaluation Joint evaluation RCO UNSDCF September 2024 10,000 UNCT Total 217,000  
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Score: 768101.37 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...OSTED%20EVALUATION%20PLAN.docx
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Due to absence of evidence, BCG revaccination is not considered cost-effective. Further research is warranted to explore whether certain sub-groups of age, geographic or M. tuberculosis exposure categories would benefit from revaccination. (...) Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 2003 Apr;7(4):399-402. in adolescents and adults vaccinated at birth.4 B EN EF IT S & H A R M S O F T H E O P TI O N S Benefits of the intervention Are the desirable anticipated effects large? (...) The incremental cost per year of health life recovered was 116-9237 USD, and this cost- effectiveness doubled if additional benefits of transmission prevention were considered.
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Score: 767871.24 - https://www.who.int/immunizati...dation_table_revaccination.pdf
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Equally, it is Outline of studies and methods Literature review (Vaughan et al): Searches identified 32 relevant articles and four discussion papers for review, dating from 2003 to 2015, on the costs, health outcomes/benefits and cost-effectiveness of CHW programmes. (...) It is noteworthy that the cost-effectiveness of each programme was assessed from the perspective of government. also possible that cost-effectiveness was under-estimated since the study only looked at those interventions which have definite health benefits, thereby missing other positive contributions that CHWs bring to society. (...) Research is needed to enrich understanding of the costs, benefits and cost-effectiveness of CHW programmes from the perspective of society and CHWs as well as government.
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Score: 767833.9 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...st-effectiveness-brief2015.pdf
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Metropolis is best-known for its annual conferences which assemble upwards of 1,000 delegates interested in the phenomena of migration and its effects on societies, on managing these phenomena for the benefit of the migrants, the host, and the homeland, and doing so through global collaboration among research, government, and civil society. (...) In exploring the development benefits of integration, we will be looking at its effects on the conditions that underlie the capacity of a society to generate wealth, at how immigrant integration, return, and re-integration can help expand that wealth-generating capacity in an inclusive fashion. (...) There are two principal tasks for a developing society’s government: to motivate the return of some of their migrants and to manage their re-integration for development benefits. Although some of the benefits of return and re-integration will happen as a matter of course, this project will argue that, with solid management, the effects will be deeper and will come more rapidly.
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Score: 767515.23 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ments/papers/01_Metropolis.pdf
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