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The synthesis identified contributing factors, both enabling and hindering, for the five main criteria. (...) This section also includes discussion of the factors (enabling and hinder- ing) which contribute to UN Women’s performance for each criterion. (...) Meta-Synthesis of UN Women Evaluations 2017/2018 21 Contributing factors Enabling factors The evaluations identified several key contributing factors to the relevance of UN Women supported interventions.
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Score: 797345.36 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...n-evaluations-2017-2018-en.pdf
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The remainder of this section briefly describes each of these external factors. IDB.47/10 PBC.35/10 3/7 V.19-01464 Figure A: Organizational Theory of Change External Factors 11. (...) This external factor relates to the IRPF level 3, “Programme Management Effectiveness”. (...) UNIDO’s efforts to scaling up its ISID interventions can be affected by external factors such as existing funding modalities, national foreign policy priorities and related factors.
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Score: 797088.13 - https://www.unido.org/api/open...d/14066985/unido-file-14066985
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Southgate fibre, Prosky fibre and Englyst fibre values. FILE 6: CONVERSION FACTOR VALUES (FACTOR) This file (FACTOR) is an optional file defining conversion factors applicable to the entire database, a specific food group, or at the food level. When the conversion factors are treated as ‘components’ and the factors are provided in the VALUE file, this file should not be used. (...) If the food of the contributing value is not part in the dataset/database.
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Score: 797087.7 - https://www.fao.org/uploads/me...posed_interchange_files_02.pdf
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UNESCAP has worked on identification factors that lead to vulnerability around environment issues and conducted research around factors to understand how these factors lead to vulnerable situations, which in turn impacts the people's enjoyment of the human rights to safe drinking water and sanitation. HUMAN RIGHTS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION Some areas of UNESCAP's work include: The secretariats of these commissions are part of the UN Secretariat Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) General Assembly UN PRINCIPAL ORGANS Regional Commissions Security Council Economic and Social Council Secretariat ICT and Disaster Risk Reduction Human Rights Council Sustainable urban development THE WAY FORWARD UNESCAP is a member of UN-Water and co-manage its Asia Pacific group, which looks at the implementation of SDG 6 in the region and the Water Action Decade 2018-2028. UNESCAP contributes to World Water Development Reports by providing contribution from the Asia-Pacific regional perspective. Mid-2022, UNESCAP will organize a regional discussion supporting the regional contribution to the Midterm Comprehensive Review of the Water Action Decade.
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Score: 797065.23 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...tnering/partnering-unescap.pdf
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The overall objective of the evaluation is to systematize and validate the most relevant results and the factors that contribute to them for consideration in the next programming cycle. (...) What actions, projects, and initiatives contributed to the results? What factors, lessons, and practices contributed to the results?
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Score: 796214.06 - https://www.fao.org/evaluation/digest/bolivia/ar/
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The overall objective of the evaluation is to systematize and validate the most relevant results and the factors that contribute to them for consideration in the next programming cycle. (...) What actions, projects, and initiatives contributed to the results? What factors, lessons, and practices contributed to the results?
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Score: 796214.06 - https://www.fao.org/evaluation/evaluationdigest/bolivia/ru/
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.      - the last factor is a complex one. In order to fulfil it, the country, area, or territory must meet the main criterion of the solid bullet point and at least one of the sub-factors designated by the open bullet points under it. 3. Core Offer Group B - Fee access Total GNI is at or less than US$ 1 billion and/or Total GNI is at or less than US$ 20 billion where GNIpc is at or less than US$10,000 and/or Total GNI is at or less than US$ 180 billion where: o HDI is at or less than 0.67 and/or o GNIpc is at or less than US$ 5000 Interpretation:      - a country, area, or territory must fulfil at least one of the three factors designated by solid bullet points.      - the second factor is a complex one. In order to fulfil it the country, area, or territory must meet both criteria listed in the solid bullet.      - the third factor is a complex one. In order to fulfil it, the country, area, or territory must meet the main criterion of the solid bullet point and at least one of the sub-factors designated by the open bullet points under it.
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Score: 795748.54 - https://www.who.int/hinari/eli...countries_areas_or_territo/en/
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However, it's important to note that climate variability/changes and poverty have always been part of puzzle and farmers in the Sahel have developed quite resilient socio economic mechanisms to cope and even to adapt ( Climate change adaptation and food insecurity in Maradi District – Niger ). The third factor (which is bad Governance ) has been an exacerbating factor that endermined community social capital and led to many food crisis in Niger. Out of the 08 food crisis that have occurred in Niger from 1966 to 2005, bad governance and other likeminded political factors have been key triggering factors. Some examples included locust attacks in the 1966-1967, 1973-1974, 1984-1985, 1993-1994, 1996-1997, 2004-2005 food crisis (these can be prevented/avoided if governments have put the required means), military coup (1996-1997), depreciation of the CFA franc (1993-1994), closure of Niger-Nigeria border (food crisis of 1984-1985), etc. In short, bad governance and other political factors have greatly contributed in weakening community social protection networks and broken their resilience to food shortages.
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Score: 795100.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/comment/6388
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The modification applies on the scaling factor used for the spatial base layer coding when no update is done. 2 Modification of the scaling factor In the current version of the JSVM, the quantizer settings for the temporal subbands are adjusted according to the fractions of uni- and bi-directional connections and their respective scaling factors ( [1], section 4.5). In the JSVM software, these scaling factors are the followings: #define FACTOR_22_HP 0.70710678118654752440084436210485 //sqrt( 1.0/ 2.0) #define FACTOR_22_LP 1.4142135623730950488016887242097 //sqrt( 2.0/ 1.0) #define FACTOR_53_HP 0.847791247890659 //sqrt( 23.0/ 32.0) #define FACTOR_53_LP 1.22474487139159 //sqrt(3.0/2.0) These scaling factors are used to calculate the scaling factors applied to each temporal subband for all spatial layers. (...) For this set of tests, we modified the scaling factors of the base layer temporal subbands only.
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Score: 794051.17 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/2005_04_Busan/JVT-O045r1.doc
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The modification applies on the scaling factor used for the spatial base layer coding when no update is done. 2 Modification of the scaling factor In the current version of the JSVM, the quantizer settings for the temporal subbands are adjusted according to the fractions of uni- and bi-directional connections and their respective scaling factors ( [1], section 4.5). In the JSVM software, these scaling factors are the followings: #define FACTOR_22_HP 0.70710678118654752440084436210485 //sqrt( 1.0/ 2.0) #define FACTOR_22_LP 1.4142135623730950488016887242097 //sqrt( 2.0/ 1.0) #define FACTOR_53_HP 0.847791247890659 //sqrt( 23.0/ 32.0) #define FACTOR_53_LP 1.22474487139159 //sqrt(3.0/2.0) These scaling factors are used to calculate the scaling factors applied to each temporal subband for all spatial layers. (...) For this set of tests, we modified the scaling factors of the base layer temporal subbands only.
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Score: 794051.17 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...ite/2005_04_Busan/JVT-O045.doc
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