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Budgetary Central Government Expenditure C PERCENT N A AFG Country AG_XPD_AGSGB 2.a.1 3031 Agriculture share of Government Expenditure (%) 4 Afghanistan 2005 4.68 2005 IMF data. Budgetary Central Government Expenditure C PERCENT N A AFG Country AG_XPD_AGSGB 2.a.1 3031 Agriculture share of Government Expenditure (%) 4 Afghanistan 2006 4.69 2006 IMF data. (...) Budgetary Central Government Expenditure C PERCENT N A AFG Country AG_XPD_AGSGB 2.a.1 3031 Agriculture share of Government Expenditure (%) 4 Afghanistan 2012 4.30 2012 IMF data.
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Score: 829605.1 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...of_Government_Expenditure.xlsx
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Consolidated General Government Expenditure C INDEX N A ALB Country AG_PRD_ORTIND 2.a.1 1751 Agriculture orientation index for government expenditures 8 Albania 2005 0.11 2005 IMF data. (...) Consolidated General Government Expenditure E INDEX N E ALB Country AG_PRD_ORTIND 2.a.1 1751 Agriculture orientation index for government expenditures 8 Albania 2010 0.09 2010 FAO Questionnaire. (...) Consolidated General Government Expenditure C INDEX N A ALB Country AG_PRD_ORTIND 2.a.1 1751 Agriculture orientation index for government expenditures 8 Albania 2011 0.09 2011 FAO Questionnaire.
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Score: 828325.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ultural_Orientation_Index.xlsx
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Relief/ Response Activities and Support Recovery/ Reconstruction: including Build-Back- Better Components to be identified separately if possible A1 A2 A3 A4 B1 B2 Step 2: Functional classification (Level 2) Application of the DRM-PEIR methodology Budget/Expenditure Data for DRM-Relevant Analysis • Lao PDR: State Budget Revenue and Expenditure Implementation Reports for the Fiscal Years (FY) 2010-2011 through 2013-2014  23 line ministries and agencies at the national level, 17 provinces, and the capital city  Comprehensive expenditure data, but limited descriptive information • Thailand: Complete budget proposal data for the 4 years FY2012 through FY2015.  All central government ministries/agencies, and 1 province  Comprehensive expenditure data with extensive and descriptive information but not DRM-specific • Vietnam: Expenditure data available for the analysis had already been filtered and marked as attributable to “climate-change adaptation” and recorded in the expenditure identified in the Vietnam CPEIR  5 key line ministries and 3 provinces  Narrow range of expenditure data, but with good CC-related information Analysis of the budget data for DRM-Relevant Expenditure Analysis of the budget data for DRM-Relevant Expenditure DRM-Relevant Expenditure by Assessed Level of Relevance Lao PDR FY2010/11 to FY2013/14 Thailand FY2010 to FY2015 Vietnam (FY2010 to FY2015 Central & FY2010 to FY2013 Provinces) Level of Relevance to DRM Central Govt Provincial Govt Total Central Govt Central Govt Provincial Govt Complete/Very High 10.3 9.3 10.2 44.2 23.5 6.9 High 0.0 0.2 0.1 5.2 Mid 5.7 25.8 8.0 31.2 23.1 45.1 Low 0.7 4.7 1.2 2.0 53.4 48.0 Minor 83.1 59.9 80.6 17.4 Total 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 Analysis of the budget data for DRM-Relevant Expenditure Total DRM-Relevant Expenditure: % by Key Ministries Lao PDR Thailand Vietnam Total DRM-Relevant Expenditure: % by Key Ministries FY2010/11 to FY2013/14 FY2010 to FY2015 FY2010 to FY2013 Public Works and Transport/Interior/MoT&MoC 46.4 17.0 52.0 Agriculture and Forestry/MAg&Co-ops/MARD 18.4 10.1 39.4 Organisations & Provincial Administration 12.1 - - Labour and Social Welfare 6.1 - - Education 3.6 - - Science and Technology 3.2 - - Public Health/Public Health 2.6 10.1 Natural Resources and Environment 2.4 3.1 8.4 Industry and Trade - - 0.2 Federal Budget/Central Fund - 53.9 - Others 5.0 5.8 - Total All Ministries//Five Ministries 100.0 100.0 100.0 Analysis of the budget data for DRM-Relevant Expenditure DRM-Relevant Expenditure; % of Key Ministry Budgets Lao PDR Thailand Vietnam DRM-Relevant Expenditure; % of Key Ministry Budgets FY2010/11- FY2013/14 FY2010 to FY2015 FY2010-FY2013 Agriculture and Forestry/MoAC//MARD 20.1 14.8 28.3 Public Works and Transport/Interior/MoT&MoC 16.4 6.2 6.8 Natural Resources and Environment 12.1 12.2 26.5 Labour and Social Welfare 10.1 - - Science and Technology 9.0 - - Organisations & Provincial Administration 3.7 - - Public Health 2.5 5.4 Education 1.3 - - Industry and Trade - - 6.9 Federal Budget - 16.9 - Others 3.4 0.4 - Average All Ministries 7.1 4.6 11.8 Analysis of the budget data for DRM-Relevant Expenditure DRM-Relevant Expenditure by Type of Investment DRM-Relevant Expenditure by Type of Investment Lao PDR FY2010/11 to FY2013/14 Thailand FY2010 to FY2015 Vietnam FY2010 to FY2013 Central Govt Provincial Govt Total Central Govt Central Govt A1 DRM Policy & Institutional Development 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 6.6 A2 DRM Awareness/Advocacy & Capacity Building 1.0 1.4 1.1 0.2 7.9 A3 DRM Research, EWS, Hazard Mapping & Analysis etc. 0.4 1.6 0.5 1.4 10.4 A4 DRM Risk Reduction & Capital Investment. 87.1 91.3 87.6 90.5 68.8 B1 Post-Disaster Relief/Response & Support 7.2 0.6 6.4 0.1 0.0 B2 Post-Disaster Recovery & Reconstruction 4.3 5.1 4.4 7.8 6.3 Total Expenditure by Investment Type 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 Analysis of the budget data for DRM-Relevant Expenditure DRM-Relevant Expenditure by Functional Purpose (Sendai Priority/Function) DRM-Relevant Expenditure by Sendai Priority/Function Lao PDR FY2010/11 - FY2013/14 Thailand FY2010 to FY2015 Vietnam FY2010-FY2013 Central Govt Provincial Govt Total Central Govt Central Govt Provincial Govt Total A1 DRM Policy & Institutional Development 2.5 2.7 2.5 0.3 6.8 7.6 6.7 A2 DRM Awareness/Advocacy & Capacity Building 3.3 3.8 3.3 0.5 7.7 6.1 7.7 A3 DRM Research, EWS, Hazard Mapping & Analysis etc. 4.8 6.2 5.0 0.6 17.0 18.2 11.3 A4 DRM Risk Reduction & Capital Investment. 77.5 80.7 77.9 43.1 63.5 50.1 66.6 B1 Post-Disaster Relief/Response & Support 7.2 0.6 6.4 28.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 B2 Post-Disaster Recovery & Reconstruction 4.8 6.0 4.9 27.3 4.9 18.1 7.7 Total Expenditure by Function 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 Analysis of the budget data for DRM-Relevant Expenditure Recommendations Recommendations on expenditure and public finance management systems • Strengthened project planning and performance budgeting systems should be installed in Ministries of Finance and other sectors; • A budget-tagging system should be considered for the chart-of- accounts to enable specific expenditure items related to DRM & CCA to be tagged; • More attention needs to be given to ‘soft’ DRM interventions in policy, preparedness, awareness raising, research, and EWS. Investment in ’hard’ DRM infrastructure should be clearly identified in project/investment design and appraisal; • Information from annual DRM-expenditure analyses should be used to inform DRM-related policy, expenditure, and investments, and to support SFDRR reporting. Available online at: https://www.asia- pacific.undp.org/c ontent/rbap/en/h ome/library/demo cratic_governance /drm-cpeir-lao- pdr-thailand-viet- nam.html Rajesh Sharma Global Programme Specialist, UNDP rajesh.sharma@undp.org @hsejar2010 Thank you Disaster Risk Management Public Expenditure and Institutional Reviews (DRM-PEIR) for Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam – Methodology and Application Purpose of DRM-PEIR Conducting Public Expenditure and Institutional Reviews for DRM Expenditure Slide Number 4 Slide Number 5 Step 2: Functional classification (Level 2) Application of the DRM-PEIR methodology Budget/Expenditure Data for DRM-Relevant Analysis Analysis of the budget data for DRM-Relevant Expenditure Slide Number 10 Analysis of the budget data for DRM-Relevant Expenditure Slide Number 12 Slide Number 13 Slide Number 14 Slide Number 15 Recommendations Recommendations on expenditure and public finance management systems Available online at:https://www.asia-pacific.undp.org/content/rbap/en/home/library/democratic_governance/drm-cpeir-lao-pdr-thailand-viet-nam.html Slide Number 19
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Documento de Trabajo GT 2008-12 English[2] Tax Expenditures in Latin America: 2008–2012 Miguel Pecho Trigueros March 2014 Tax Studies and Research Directorate Working Paper 2-2014 Introduction   The concept of tax expenditures originated in the United States and Germany in the 1960s. (...) Germany’s 1967 Report on Tax Subsidies and Expenditures (the first Subventionsbericht) is regarded as the starting point of efforts to measure tax expenditures in Latin America. (...) Panama: the Tax Expenditures Report produced by Michael Jorrat. Paraguay: the Tax Expenditures Report written by José A.
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Score: 819555 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-.../03/2015TIBP_CIATwp02-2014.pdf
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Methodogical questionnaire on household income and expenditure statistics Norway Title: Survey of Consumer Expenditure 1997/1999 GENERAL INFORMATION AND BASIC DEFINITIONS 1. (...) Purpose and coverage The following purposes are considered to be very important or of some importance: to obtain weights for consumer price index to estimate household expenditure for national accounts to study the general structure of household incomes/expenditures to study income/expenditure patterns of disadvantaged groups, including pensioner households, single parent households, etc to study income/expenditure disparities among socio-economic groups to study consumer behaviour among socio-economic groups to study effects on income and expenditure of policy changes, especially tax changes Lesser importance is attached to: for general poverty and/or income distribution studies for market research purposes Geographic coverage: National with the following geographic areas excluded: region of Spitsbergen . (...) Income data Income data are not collected from this source. 6. Expenditure data Data collection method: Diaries are used to collect expenditure data and are maintained for two weeks.
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Score: 818534.03 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/453A.html
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The objectives of the launch event are: Disseminating the key findings of the report  Highlighting the challenges of adequacy, equity and efficiency of social expenditure and overall public finance management Discussing policy recommendations towards enhancing social spending, fostering the SDGs, and inclusive and sustainable recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic Event Date Thu, 11/24/2022 - 09:00 - Thu, 11/24/2022 - 17:00 Event Location Address UN House, Beirut Contact name Niranjan Sarangi Contact Email saranagi@un.org Flag as Featured Off Event Type Workshop Cluster Shared Economic Prosperity Focus Area 2030 Agenda Macroeconomics Debt and fiscal policy SDGs Goal 17: Partnerships for the Goals Keywords PUBLIC FINANCE FISCAL POLICY PUBLIC DEBT GOVERNMENT SPENDING POLICY SOCIAL SERVICES MACROECONOMICS Related initiatives Social Expenditure Monitor for Arab States Debt Optimization to Enhance Fiscal Space Related publications Working papers Social Expenditure Monitor for Arab States: A Tool to Support Budgeting and Fiscal Policy Reform Read more Information material Social Expenditure Monitor for Jordan: Towards making public social expenditure more equitable, efficient and effective Read more Information material Social Expenditure Monitor for Tunisia: Towards making public social expenditure more equitable, efficient and effective Read more Related news 8 Sep 2022 Launching the Social Expenditure Monitor for Jordan 12 Sep 2022 Launching the Social Expenditure Monitor for Tunisia 6 Dec 2019 Social Expenditure Monitor: ESCWA tool to improve budgeting towards increased social justice 18 Jun 2019 Regional Workshop on “Social Expenditure Monitor Framework for the Arab States” 12 Sep 2022 ESCWA continues to support sustainable development in the Arab region by launching two social expenditure monitors in Jordan and Tunisia Discussion Event has ended and show outcome document? (...) Off Social Expenditure Monitor for Jordan: Towards making public social expenditure more equitable, efficient and effective Social Expenditure Monitor for Jordan: Towards making public social expenditure more equitable, efficient and effective nchaya Mon, 09/05/2022 - 10:07 ESCWA Publication E/ESCWA/CL3.SEP/2021/CP.4 Country Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Publication Type Information material Focus Area Debt and fiscal policy 2030 Agenda Inclusive development SDGs Agenda 2030 Keywords ECONOMIC CONDITIONS FISCAL POLICY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURES HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Cluster Shared Economic Prosperity Download PDF Related initiatives Social Expenditure Monitor for Arab States Social Expenditure Monitor for Tunisia: Towards making public social expenditure more equitable, efficient and effective Social Expenditure Monitor for Tunisia: Towards making public social expenditure more equitable, efficient and effective nchaya Thu, 09/01/2022 - 11:44 ESCWA Publication E/ESCWA/CL3.SEP/2021/CP.3 Country Republic of Tunisia Publication Type Information material Focus Area Debt and fiscal policy 2030 Agenda Inclusive development SDGs Agenda 2030 Keywords ECONOMIC CONDITIONS FISCAL POLICY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC EXPENDITURES HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Cluster Shared Economic Prosperity Download PDF Related initiatives Social Expenditure Monitor for Arab States Social Expenditure Monitor and macro-fiscal modelling: Jordan Social Expenditure Monitor and macro-fiscal modelling: Jordan dhamdan Fri, 08/26/2022 - 12:14 ESCWA, in collaboration with the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation and the Ministry of Finance in Jordan, is organizing a four-day national workshop on the Social Expenditure Monitor (SEM) and training on macro-fiscal modelling tools in Jordan to strengthen the capacities of Jordanian officials in analyzing and modelling social expenditure. (...) Off Launch of the Social Expenditure Monitor in Tunisia Launch of the Social Expenditure Monitor in Tunisia dhamdan Mon, 08/22/2022 - 15:38 ESCWA is organizing a two-day workshop to launch the Social Expenditure Monitor (SEM) digital dashboard for Tunisia and provide training on SEM tools to strengthen the capacities of Tunisian officials in social expenditure analysis and modelling.
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Score: 817032.5 - https://www.unescwa.org/taxonomy/term/8723/feed
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Earmarked Expenditures Earmarked expenditures can be identified by: • Financing revenue/scheme/agent: – Project funding (e.g. (...) Ensures that the sum is 100% | 9 | Top down approach example Disease Attributable Fraction calculated by utilization only Number of outpatient visits Disease A at given provider X Total OP expenditure at given provider = Disease A expenditures at given provider Total number of outpatient visits at given provider Number of outpatient visits Disease B at given provider X Total OP expenditure at given provider = Disease B expenditures at given provider Total number of outpatient visits at given provider Number of outpatient visits Disease C at given provider X Total OP expenditure at given provider = Disease C expenditures at given provider Total number of outpatient visits at given provider Etc…. … Sum above = Total expenditures at given provider. (...) Earmarked Expenditures 2. Directly allocatable % of shared expenditures Top down approach example
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Score: 816052.93 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi.../2013/expenditure_tracking.pdf
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Recommendation: Although the Amhara regional government’s public expenditure is increasing over the years in nominal terms, inflation is undermining the real value of the expenditures. (...) Figure 4: Capital and recurrent expenditures Figure 5: Composition of Recurrent Expenditure (per cent of total regional expenditure) (per cent of total recurrent expenditure) Source: Data from Amhara Plan Commission. (...) Figure 6: Capital and recurrent expenditures (per cent of total regional expenditure) Source: Data from Amhara Plan Commission.
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Score: 815643.85 - https://www.unicef.org/ethiopi...0regional%20budget%20brief.pdf
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Recommendations to meet ICP national accounts expenditure data requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic International Comparison Program Recommendations To Meet ICP National Accounts Expenditure Data Requirements During the COVID-19 Pandemic Latin America and the Caribbean National Accounts Annual Webinar November 2-5, 2021 National Accounts for International Comparison Program (ICP) 2 National accounts expenditure data for ICP ▪ Expenditure approach, consistent with price data ▪ Weights to aggregate Purchasing Power Parities (PPPs) through the various aggregation levels up to GDP ▪ Real expenditures in a common currency (deflated by PPPs) for cross-country comparisons Guiding principles ▪ System of National Accounts (SNA) 2008 ICP 2021 Cycle: Data Requirements for National Accounts 3 Data requirements ▪ Disaggregated GDP expenditures following ICP Classification GDP | 6 main aggregates | 28 expenditure categories | 63 expenditure groups | 126 expenditure classes | 155 basic headings ▪ ICP 2021 cycle: annual expenditure data for 2017-2021 Unprecedented expenditure shifts during the COVID-19 period ▪ 2017-2019: pre-pandemic expenditure patterns  !→ 2020-2021: patterns under the pandemic situation ▪ IMPORTANT: the actual expenditure patterns for each year need to be reflected to measure PPPs and real GDP expenditures accurately https://pubdocs.worldbank.org/en/606871598905573891/ICPClassificaiton-withNonH.xlsx Standard ICP Approaches for Expenditure Breakdown Estimates 4 Identifying data sources ▪ Depending on the statistical system in place and the specific estimation methods underlying the accounts GDP splitting approaches to detailed levels ▪ Direct estimation | Extrapolation* | Borrowing a per capita quantity or volume | Borrowing a structure | Using expert opinion *extrapolation approach is not valid for pandemic-affected headings unless adjusted to factors in elements to reflect actual changes in expenditure patterns Model Report on Expenditure Statistics (MORES) ▪ Tool for estimating and validating detailed GDP expenditure breakdown ▪ Repository of estimation metadata Reference: ICP Operational Guide https://www.worldbank.org/en/programs/icp/brief/2011-operational-guidelines Challenges Posed by the COVID-19 Pandemic (1) 5 Resource constraints ▪ Re-allocation of public sector financial and human resources Availability/completeness of source data ▪ Delayed, postponed, or canceled statistical activities ▪ Constrained availability of government and other administrative data Reliability/consistency of source data ▪ Limitations/changes in data collection and processing procedures ▪ Deteriorating response rates ▪ Introduction of new data sources ▪ Impact of governments’ exceptional economic and social measures Challenges Posed by the COVID-19 Pandemic (2) 6 Relevance of standard extrapolation in GDP splitting exercises ▪ 2017-2019  !→ 2020-2021 ▪ Significant temporal changes or permanent alteration highly possible ▪ Standard application of the extrapolation approach not relevant Difficulties in validating anomalous changes ▪ Difficulties in validating anomalous movements in data series Consistency between prices and expenditures ▪ Possible changes in selection of survey outlets, data collection period, etc. ▪ Parallel monitoring of prices and expenditures needed Guidelines: Estimation of GDP Expenditure Breakdown (1) 7 Start early ▪ 2021 expenditure data become available in 2022, or later ▪ Compile expenditures for pre-pandemic years 2017 to 2019 before estimating 2020 and 2021 Identify areas that are heavily impacted by the pandemic ▪ Economic activities | Goods and services | Geographical areas | Populations | Statistical activities | Years/months/quarters Guidelines: Estimation of GDP Expenditure Breakdown (2) 8 Refer to available guidance ▪ Guidance notes by international organizations, regional and other organizations ▪ Advice from experts from other national authorities, academia, the private sector, or other research institutions ▪ ICP operational materials (MORES | ICP National Account Country Practice Questionnaire | ICP Intra- and Inter-Country Validation Modules) Compile and validate data utilizing new approaches ▪ Non-direct GDP splitting approaches to be enhanced ▪ Alternative data sources: credit card transactions, website activities, mobile transactions, administrative records, merchandise sales statistics, and so forth https://pubdocs.worldbank.org/en/420501499898226470/06-26-2017-ICPMORES-EN.xlsx https://pubdocs.worldbank.org/en/376931560354536287/11-20-2018-ICP-National-Accounts-Country-Practices-Questionnaire.xlsx Guidelines: Estimation of GDP Expenditure Breakdown (3) 9 Adjust impacted components ▪ Utilization of new data sources and expert opinion ▪ Comparison of the trends sub-nationally ▪ Cross-checking data, sources, and practices across countries (Regional coordination and cooperation more crucial !!)
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Score: 814859.47 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...covid-19-world-bank-2021_0.pdf
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E-learning course on monitoring public expenditure on food and agriculture: the MAFAP method | MAFAP | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org Programme Overview Country Analysis Data Hub Publications News and Events All publications Technical notes Working papers Policy briefs Reports Methodology and learning material Other publications and resources E-learning course on monitoring public expenditure on food and agriculture: the MAFAP method Welcome to the MAFAP e-learning course on public expenditure! (...) This 8-lesson course will equip you with the skills to carry out your public expenditure analysis, looking at total amounts and breakdown of spending. (...) ·        The importance of monitoring public expenditure ·        Best practices to collect, organise and classify expenditure data ·        How to carry out your own public expenditure analysis based on the MAFAP methodology   Course structure   The course consists of 8 lessons, ranging from approximately 30-60 minutes duration each:   ·        Lesson 1 - Introduction to Policy Monitoring in Agriculture ·        Lesson 2 - MAFAP Public Expenditure Analysis: Theory and Concepts ·        Lesson 3 - MAFAP Public Expenditure Analysis: Methodology ·        Lesson 4 - MAFAP Public Expenditure Analysis: Data Needs ·        Lesson 5 - Collecting Public Expenditure Data ·        Lesson 6 - Classifying Public Expenditure Data ·        Lesson 7 - Building a MAFAP Public Expenditure Database ·        Lesson 8 - Interpreting Public Expenditure Indicators   Type: Methodology and learning material Date: May 2022 :  -  :  -  Download file Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 814816.6 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...resources/detail/en/c/1542534/
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