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Evaluation of the Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism (FMM) | Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism (FMM) | 联合国粮食及 农业组织 FAO.org 中文 english Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism (FMM) Background In figures Success stories Initiatives Highlights Resources Reports Publications Videos Podcast Evaluation of the Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism (FMM) 09-12-2021 The Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism (FMM) is a mechanism through which FAO’s resource partners make unearmarked or lightly earmarked voluntary contributions to support achievement of FAO’s Strategic Objectives. (...) The evaluation assessed FMM’s strategic positioning; effectiveness of the revised governance and implementation arrangements; key contributions to the achievement of FAO’s Strategic Objectives; and the adaptability of FMM to respond to unplanned scenarios and changes.The evaluation found FMM to be of strategic relevance to FAO as a vehicle for financing innovation, under-funded or emerging areas with flexibility to allocate voluntary contributions to FAO priorities.
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Score: 690419.24 - https://www.fao.org/flexible-m.../resource-detail/zh/c/1459524/
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Flexible Hardware performance FRG - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ e. Flexible Hardware performance (2nd project) Japan #283 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ f. Filter in the coding loop Japan #286 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ g. Flexible Hardware performance (1st project) Japan #283 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ h.
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Score: 689670.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...of_Specialists_Group/8801tok.2
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Page 44. 117. Lack of flexible work arrangements; lack of a gender balance focal point system. (...) Page 15. 22. With respect to flexible work arrangements, lack of flexibility in work arrangements was considered a major or somewhat of an impediment to the achievement of gender parity in 38.5 per cent (10 out of 26) of the entities. (...) Page 42. 5. Flexible working arrangements 98. The Secretary-General encouraged the use of flexible working arrangements as a means to achieve accelerated progress and work/life balance.
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Score: 689510.64 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...20SGs%20report%202002-2010.pdf
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Flexible Work Arrangements | UNICEF Mongolia Skip to main content Mongolia Toggle navigation English Mongolian Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Mongolia Explore UNICEF About us Contact us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories TAKE ACTION Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Flexible Work Arrangements Support your employees by adopting flexible work arrangements Moiltmaa Sarantuya UNICEF Available in: English Mongolian 21 May 2020 During the Covid-19 pandemic period, support your employees by adopting flexible work arrangements by completing all tasks within four days and have one extra day off; coming early and leaving early, arranging your time shift according to your needs, being able to work from home on some days in a week. (...) Tumen-Ulzii - Co-Founder of BSP UNICEF Mongolia Related topics Care for child development Mongolia More to explore Appeal Guidance for Employers on Flexible Work Arrangements Guidance for Employers on Flexible Work Arrangements and Other Good Workplace Practices in the Context of COVID-19 View the appeal Report Analysis of the situation of children in Mongolia Analysis of the situation of children in Mongolia See the full report Article Promoting and protecting children’s rights online Mongolia moves to promote and protect children’s rights online Read the story Programme Child protection UNICEF works with partners around the world to promote policies and expand access to services that protect all children.
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Score: 688986.2 - https://www.unicef.org/mongoli...ies/flexible-work-arrangements
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Experiencias de Modalidades Flexibles en Países Seleccionados de América Latina. (...) Seguimiento y evalución de las Modalidades Flexibles Diagnóstico y Plan Estratégico Diseño del currículo Diseño de la Modalidad Flexible Recursos educativos y de formación Formación y acompañamiento docente 8 Experiencias de Modalidades Flexibles en Países Seleccionados de América Latina Metodología de estudio Objetivo Con el objetivo de identificar buenas prácticas en torno al diseño y la implementación de modalidades flexibles en la región que puedan orientar los procesos de fortalecimiento de una modalidad flexible en Panamá, se realizó una revisión bibliográfica de planes, programas o políticas de educación flexible existentes en Latinoamérica. (...) Guatemala con el Programa Modalidades Flexibles para la Educación Media. Ecuador con el Programa de Educación Básica Superior Flexible.
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Score: 688873.14 - https://www.unicef.org/panama/...de%20Am%C3%A9rica%20Latina.pdf
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1 FIFTH COMMITTEE Report of the Secretary-General Progress on the implementation of a flexible workplace at United Nations Headquarters (A/70/708) Statement by Mr. (...) We have kept colleagues from Geneva informed of our approach to assist them in incorporating flexible workplace into the planning of the strategic heritage plan. (...) And there is close coordination through our flexible workplace working group which incorporates colleagues responsible for the policy on flexible working arrangements (including greater teleworking opportunities).
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Score: 688799.7 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth..._Prop%20Mgt_FW_ASG%20OCSSS.pdf
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“She presents the business case for flexibility—why work-life fit is critical to operations in the twenty-first century”. (...) All they can do is create an environment within which the conver- sation can take place and the resulting flexibility can succeed. When flexibility is a “check the box” policy, those aspects of the strategy are often missing. (...) The consistency is in the access to the process, not in the particular type of flexibility. What this does is it eliminates the expectation of individual staff members that every type of flexibility works with every job.
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Score: 688635.2 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...4_No_2_April_May_June_2010.pdf
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This labour market segment is thus fully flexible and unprotected. However, even formal employment has become more flexible, owing to an increase in flexible forms of employment. (...) Flexi-curity combines a more flexible labour market, in which hiring and firing rules are relatively flexible, with good social protection offering high income protection through a more generous unemployment benefit system, thus easing the transition from one job to another. (...) • What evidence do you have of the need for labour market reforms addressing flexibility and/or security issues? • What experience do you have with reforms that would improve the combination of flexibility and security?
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Score: 688613.33 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_363966.pdf
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This labour market segment is thus fully flexible and unprotected. However, even formal employment has become more flexible, owing to an increase in flexible forms of employment. (...) Flexi-curity combines a more flexible labour market, in which hiring and firing rules are relatively flexible, with good social protection offering high income protection through a more generous unemployment benefit system, thus easing the transition from one job to another. (...) • What evidence do you have of the need for labour market reforms addressing flexibility and/or security issues? • What experience do you have with reforms that would improve the combination of flexibility and security?
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Score: 688613.33 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_363966.pdf
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FAO - Speeches detail:  The Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism (FMM) 2021 Strategic Dialogue Opening Remarks FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Director-General   QU Dongyu News Articles Speeches Biography A statement by FAO Director-General QU Dongyu   The Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism (FMM) 2021 Strategic Dialogue   Opening Remarks By   Dr QU Dongyu, FAO Director-General As prepared  17 December 2021 Excellences, Dear Colleagues,   1.         (...) While this is crucial to help implement our work, more flexible funds are needed.   11.       In this regard, the role of the Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism is vital as it is a multi-partner, less-earmarked pooled fund for development work.   12.       (...) FAO Members have clearly indicated they wish to see FAO access greater volumes of flexible funding in order to effectively address the ambitious goals set out in FAO Strategic Framework 2022-2031.   17.      
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Score: 688132.3 - https://www.fao.org/director-g.../speeches/detail/en/c/1460491/
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