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The restructuring of OCHA/DRC is not reflected in any of the OCHA’s official documents including its Strategic Plan 2014-2017, OCHA Plan and Budget for 2016, and the Secretary-General’s report to the General Assembly. (...) Alice Sequi, Chief of Section, Central and West Africa, OCHA, HQ, sent an email to the Head of Office advising him that the front office had informed her that OCHA/DRC “should be showing a zero growth on [its] 2016 cost plan (relative to 2015 presumably)”. 10. (...) Joseph Balogh, Programme Management Advisor, Coordination and Response Division, OCHA, HQ informed the Head of Office that OCHA/DRC’s draft 2016 cost plan reflected an increase in expenditure of USD568,220 when compared to the approved 2015 cost plan.
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Score: 815094.63 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-057.pdf
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In September 2009, OCHA in New York (OCHA-New York) instructed all OCHA field offices, which were preparing cost plans for 2010, to respect the zero growth policy. 6. By e-mail dated 1 October 2009, the Chief, Americas & the Caribbean, Europe, Central Asia and Middle East Section (ACAEME), Coordination Response Division, OCHA- New York provided to the Head of OCHA-OPT the management’s feedback on OCHA-OPT’s cost plan for 2010. The e-mail stated that the cost plan could be reduced further, in particular with respect to staff costs, and that some of the advocacy functions could be mainstreamed in order to integrate them better within the coordination/protection and research/reporting units. (...) This suggestion was endorsed by the Director of the Coordination Response Division, OCHA-New York. The 2010 cost plan for OCHA-OPT, as approved by the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs on 3 November 2009, showed that Ms.
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Score: 778866.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-unat-281.pdf
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In September 2009, OCHA in New York (OCHA-New York) instructed all OCHA field offices, which were preparing cost plans for 2010, to respect the zero growth policy. 6. By e-mail dated 1 October 2009, the Chief, Americas & the Caribbean, Europe, Central Asia and Middle East Section (ACAEME), Coordination Response Division, OCHA- New York provided to the Head of OCHA-OPT the management’s feedback on OCHA-OPT’s cost plan for 2010. The e-mail stated that the cost plan could be reduced further, in particular with respect to staff costs, and that some of the advocacy functions could be mainstreamed in order to integrate them better within the coordination/protection and research/reporting units. (...) This suggestion was endorsed by the Director of the Coordination Response Division, OCHA-New York. The 2010 cost plan for OCHA-OPT, as approved by the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs on 3 November 2009, showed that Ms.
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Score: 778866.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj.../judgments/2013-unat-281.a.pdf
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UNDT/2012/008 Page 4 of 24 that “[o]ther core activities of the office, including advocacy and information management[,] would continue at the same level”. 2010 cost plan 7. By email dated 4 September 2009 regarding the preparation of the 2010 cost plans, OCHA-New York reminded all OCHA field offices of the decision to maintain a zero-growth policy for 2010. 8. (...) A no-growth policy generally means no new posts, not abolition of posts. (...) It is true that a cost plan is not a strategic planning mechanism but it translates the strategic framework into action.
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Score: 770923.54 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-008.pdf
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The Applicant presents three arguments in relation to irreparable harm requirement: (1) there will be reputational risk to UNFPA should one of its units fails to follow proper restructure policies and procedures; (2) once other candidates have been selected for the P-5 positions it would be impossible to reverse the contested non-selection decisions, even if the Management Evaluation or a subsequent Tribunal process would find in the Applicant’s favour; and (3) her career development and future livelihood within the organization are directly affected as she will experience a reduction in pay and no opportunity for future growth in compensation at the current level. (...) The Applicant claims that there will be no opportunity for future growth, but she is not estopped from applying for any other P-5 level positions that may be advertised in the future. 17.
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Score: 761630.86 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2020-201.pdf
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UNDT/2010/196 and Return from Mission Detail, the primary objective for assignment of staff to field operations is to obtain competent and committed personnel and to provide staff members with personal and professional growth and development. 25. Paragraph 6 of ST/AI/404 on Assignment to and Return from Mission Detail, which sets out procedures and guidelines governing mission detail, emphasizes that mission detail, as any other assignment in the Organization, is at the discretion of the Secretary-General, as provided in staff regulation 1.2(c), which provides that: “Staff members are subject to the authority of the Secretary-General and to assignment by him or her to any of the activities or offices of the United Nations.” 26. (...) On 30 March 2009, he sent the Applicant an email inquiring about his leave plans “towards the end of [the Applicant’s] contract in August, since I intend to initiate recruitment for the CAS position and the process should start 3 to 4 months before [the Applicant’s] […]”. 29. (...) With respect to the policy set out in ST/SGB/277, it is noted that the Organization’s objective to provide staff members with personal and professional growth and development was achieved in that the applicant was provided with an opportunity to acquire additional experience and/or skills during his 18-month tenure as CAS with MINURCAT. 34.
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Score: 726895.95 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-196.pdf
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Specifically, the Committee noted that spatial planning was a precondition for inclusive growth and development and that in the absence of adequate spatial planning, many African cities were growing in a haphazard and chaotic manner. ECA was therefore requested to give due consideration to spatial planning in its work, which could help promote well planned and managed urbanization and foster more inclusive growth and development. 4. (...) The parallel session on the role of spatial planning in supporting inclusive and resilient growth in Africa will provide an opportunity to discuss the work undertaken by the Urbanization and Development Section in this regard. * E/ECA/CSPPG/4/1.
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Score: 707422.85 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de....%20Parallel%20session%203.pdf
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Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Agricultural Growth Programme, terminal evaluation ATA, BMGF, Canada, Ministry of Agriculture Programme evaluation December 2016 30 000 Project budget By 2020 private- sector driven industrial and service sector growth is inclusive, sustainable, competitive and job rich. Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Entrepreneurship Development Programme, mid-term evaluation FEMSEDA Federal micro and small enterprises development agency Ministry of Urban Development and Construction / Programme evaluation May 2018 30 000 Project budget By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Forestry Programme, terminal evaluation Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, regional bureau of Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Norway, Ministry of Finance and Economic Development / Programme evaluation June 2019 50 000 Project budget By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded CRGE mid-term evaluation Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Ministry of finance and Economic Development, Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy, Norway / Outcome evaluation June 2017 50 000 M&E budget By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Rural energy technology promotion mid- term evaluation Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy, UNCDF, Development Bank of Ethiopia GEF Project evaluation September 2017 50 000 Project budget By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Rural energy technology promotion terminal evaluation Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy, UNCDF, Development Bank of Ethiopia GEF Project evaluation June 2019 50 0000 Project budget By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Rural energy technology promotion terminal evaluation GEF, Ministry of Urban Development and housing construction GEF Project evaluation June 2019 5 0 000 Project budget By 2020, the Ethiopian people, particularly in disaster prone areas are resilient, have diversified sources of income and are better able to prepare, respond to and recover from emergencies and disasters. 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Outcome 5- countries are able to reduce the likelihood of conflicts and lower the risk of natural disasters including from climate change Resilience building outcome evaluation Ministry of Agriculture, Disaster Risk Management and Food Security Sector, Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Japan, DFID / Outcome evaluation December 2017 50 000 Programme budget By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Sustainable development of protected areas – terminal evaluation GEF, Ethiopian Wildlife conservation authority GEF Project evaluation March 2016 60000 Project budget By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Promoting autonomous adaptation terminal evaluation Ministry of Environment and Forest, GEF GEF Project evaluation July 2016 60 000 Project budget By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Mainstreaming incentives for Biodiversity conversation mid- term evaluation Ministry of Environment and Forest, GEF GEF Project evaluation July 2017 60 000 Project budget By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Mainstreaming incentives for Biodiversity conversation mid- term evaluation Ministry of Environment and Forest, GEF GEF Project evaluation July 2019 60 000 Project budget By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Integrated approach for resilience and food security mid- term evaluation Ministry of Environment and Forest, GEF GEF Regional programme evaluation July 2017 60 000 Project budget By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Integrated approach for resilience and food security terminal evaluation Ministry of Environment and Forest, GEF GEF Regional programme evaluation July 2019 60 000 Project budget By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Protected area and wildlife enforcement project mid-term evaluation Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Institute of Biodiversity and Ethiopian Wildlife conservation authority, GEF GEF Regional programme evaluation July 2017 60 000 Project budget By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Protected area and wildlife enforcement project terminal evaluation MEF, Institute of Biodiversity and Ethiopian Wildlife conservation authority, GEF GEF Regional programme evaluation July 2019 60 000 Project evaluation By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Climate change adaptation: for the implementation of CRGE mid term evaluation Ministry of Environment and Forestry, GEF, Ministry of Finance and Economic Development GEF Project evaluation July 2018 60 000 Project budget By 2020 Key government institutions at federal and regional level are better able to plan, implement and monitor priority climate change mitigation and adaptation actions and sustainable natural resource management Outcome 1 - Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Climate change adaptation: for the implementation of CRGE terminal evaluation Ministry of Environment and Forestry, GEF, Ministry of Finance and Economic Development GEF Project evaluation June 2020 60 000 Project budget Country Programme Document Ethiopia- terminal evaluation All donors, all main IP’s. - CPD evaluation December 2019 80 000 M&E budget
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Score: 706832.23 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...DPDCPETH3_Evaluation_Plan.docx
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FULLY-COSTED EVALUATION PLAN # STRATEGIC PARTNERSHP AGREEMENT 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 Provisional Source of Funding 1 Building economic and environmental resilience through the design and implementation and integration of sustainable solutions in development planning processes at national and sub-national levels to support the blue economy concept, while ensuring climate change adaptation and mitigation concerns are fully addressed Outcome 1: Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Mid Term Evaluation of the project: Promotion and up-scaling of climate-resilient, resource efficient technologies in a Tropical Island Context (Resource Efficiency) UNDP MEECC/PCU GEF Project 2017 20,000 Project (GEF) 2 Building economic and environmental resilience through the design and implementation and integration of sustainable solutions in development planning processes at national and sub-national levels to support the blue economy concept, while ensuring climate change adaptation and mitigation concerns are fully addressed Outcome 1: Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Mid Term Evaluation of Protected Area Finance Project UNDP MEECC/PCU GEF Project 2018 25,000 Project (GEF) 3 Building economic and environmental resilience through the design and implementation and integration of sustainable solutions in development planning processes at national and sub-national levels to support the blue economy concept, while ensuring climate change adaptation and mitigation concerns are fully addressed Outcome 1: Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Mid Term Evaluation for the AFB funded Coral Restoration project UNDP MEECC/PCU Seychelles National Parks Authority ENGOs Mauritius partners (AFB) Project 2018 20,000 Project (AFB) 4 I) A sustainable Seychelles with enhanced economic growth, income opportunities and social inclusion supported and promoted by responsive strategies towards poverty reduction and gender equality. 2) Building economic and environmental resilience through the design and implementation and integration of sustainable solutions in development planning processes at national and sub-national levels to support the blue economy concept, while ensuring climate change adaptation and mitigation concerns are fully addressed Outcome 1: Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Mid Term Outcome evaluation of the UNDP CPD 2017-2020 UNDP CPD Reference Group, composed of all project partners, co- chaired with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Environment UNDP Outcome 2018 25,000 TRAC 5 Building economic and environmental resilience through the design and implementation and integration of sustainable solutions in development planning processes at national and sub-national levels to support the blue economy concept, while ensuring climate change adaptation and mitigation concerns are fully addressed Outcome 1: Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Mid Term Evaluation of the AFB Project – Ecosystem-Based Adaptation to Climate Change in Seychelles (EBA) UNDP MEECC/PCU AFB Project 2017 30,000 Project (AFB) 6 Building economic and environmental resilience through the design and implementation and integration of sustainable solutions in development planning processes at national and sub-national levels to support the blue economy concept, while ensuring climate change adaptation and mitigation concerns are fully addressed Outcome 1: Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Terminal Evaluation of the Project - Expansion and strengthening of the protected area subsystem of the outer islands of Seychelles and its integration into the broader land and seascape – (Outer Island Project) UNDP MEECC/PCU GEF Project 2018 20,000 Project (GEF) 7 Building economic and environmental resilience through the design and implementation and integration of sustainable solutions in development planning processes at national and sub-national levels to support the blue economy concept, while ensuring climate change adaptation and mitigation concerns are fully addressed Outcome 1: Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Mid Term Evaluation for the GEF funded project, (landscapes and Seascape Planning (GEF6) UNDP MEECC/PCU GEF Project 2019 25,000 Project (GEF) 8 Building economic and environmental resilience through the design and implementation and integration of sustainable solutions in development planning processes at national and sub-national levels to support the blue economy concept, while ensuring climate change adaptation and mitigation concerns are fully addressed Outcome 1: Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Terminal Evaluation of the project: Supporting adaptation to climate change in coastal areas – FED/2015/371 615 EU UNDP MEECC MFA EU Project 2019 30,000 Project (EU) 9 A sustainable Seychelles with enhanced economic growth, income opportunities and social inclusion Outcome 1: Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Terminal Evaluation of the project: Promotion and up-scaling of climate-resilient, resource efficient technologies in a Tropical Island Context (Resource Efficiency) UNDP MEECC/PCU GEF Project 2019 20,000 Project (GEF)
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Score: 704188.04 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...osted%20Evaluation%20Plan.docx
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Fifty-fourth session of the Economic Commission for Africa Conference of African Ministers of Finance, Planning and Economic Development Towards 10 per cent annual economic growth Background According to the Economic Report on Africa 2019, for Africa to attain the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, it would need to record double-digit growth every year for a decade, which it could achieve only if it adopted the macroeconomic reforms necessary to build resilience, increase its growth potential and improve integration. (...) One of the objectives of the Network is to develop macroeconomic models that can simulate 10 per cent annual growth. Objective The objective of the side event will be to highlight the levers that should be activated to ensure inclusive and sustainable growth. (...) Expected outcomes • Review and adoption of the research findings of the Young Economists Network • Promote the adoption of evidence-based policy processes to achieve 10 per cent annual growth Target audience • Members of the Young Economists Network • Policymakers For further information, please contact: • African Institute for Economic Development and Planning: Aimé Mbatkam, Assistant Training Officer, Training and Research Division, mangoumenmbatkam@un.org • African Institute for Economic Development and Planning: Mbathio Samb, Assistant Research Officer, Training and Research Division, samb1@ un.org Side event organized by the African Institute for Economic Development and Planning
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Score: 699685.06 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de...2010%25%20eco%20growth_Eng.pdf
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