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The UN Country Team in Jordan developed a UN strategic framework and response strategy with the aim to mitigate the impact of the Syrian refugees crisis on Jordanian vulnerable host communities, specifically to ensure equitable and non-discriminatory assistance to vulnerable communities, where quick wins can lead to long-term development gains. (...) During this period the project will formulate a medium-term response strategy in the area of local economic development/recovery to support host communities for 2014 and beyond. Tags: employment, promotion of employment, community development, entrepreneurship, refugees Regions and countries covered: Jordan, Syrian Arab Republic Tools This content is available in العربية A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Article Helping Syrian refugees formalize their work status through cooperatives Event ILO, Adam Smith International and national stakeholders meet to discuss work permit challenges facing Syrian refugees in Jordan Publication Finding a Future - Enhancing Sustainable Livelihoods for Syrian Refugees in Jordan: Perspectives and Policies for Jordan’s Resilience, Stability and Development Videos Helping communities cope: Jordan and the Syrian Refugee Crisis Syrian refugees, working informally and under harsh conditions, increase pressure on Jordan’s Labour market News Informally employed Syrian refugees, working under harsh conditions, further strain Jordanian labour market Publication Impact of Syrian refugees on the Jordanian labour market [pdf 4187KB] Documents Market Study and Marketing Strategy of Olive Sector in Irbid [pdf 676KB] Market Study and Marketing Strategy of Tomato Sector in Mafraq [pdf 701KB] Publications Value Chain Analysis of the in the Olive and Olive Oil sector Governorate of Irbid [pdf 1024KB] Report on value chain analysis: The tomato sector in Mafraq Governorate Jordan [pdf 917KB] Events Jordan hosts second public-private sector dialogue forum to improve business environment in Syrian refugee host communities Jordan hosts public-private sector dialogue forum to improve business environment in Syrian refugee host communities Public employment services in Jordan consider job creation methods in Syrian refugee-hosting communities Jordanian communities hosting Syrian refugees meet to enhance value chain development Briefing note ILO Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Jordan News ILO promotes jobs for refugee-hosting communities in Jordan Event ILO to launch employment support for refugee-hosting communities in Jordan Project ILO Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Jordan – Labour Market Assessment Web pages Ministry of Labour Ministry of Interior Chamber of Commerce - Irbid Chamber of Commerce - Mafraq Project ILO Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Jordan – Child Labour Event Jordan plans employment support for communities hosting Syrian refugees © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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The UN Country Team in Jordan developed a UN strategic framework and response strategy with the aim to mitigate the impact of the Syrian refugees crisis on Jordanian vulnerable host communities, specifically to ensure equitable and non-discriminatory assistance to vulnerable communities, where quick wins can lead to long-term development gains. (...) During this period the project will formulate a medium-term response strategy in the area of local economic development/recovery to support host communities for 2014 and beyond. Tags: employment, promotion of employment, community development, entrepreneurship, refugees Regions and countries covered: Jordan, Syrian Arab Republic Tools This content is available in العربية A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Article Helping Syrian refugees formalize their work status through cooperatives Event ILO, Adam Smith International and national stakeholders meet to discuss work permit challenges facing Syrian refugees in Jordan Publication Finding a Future - Enhancing Sustainable Livelihoods for Syrian Refugees in Jordan: Perspectives and Policies for Jordan’s Resilience, Stability and Development Videos Helping communities cope: Jordan and the Syrian Refugee Crisis Syrian refugees, working informally and under harsh conditions, increase pressure on Jordan’s Labour market News Informally employed Syrian refugees, working under harsh conditions, further strain Jordanian labour market Publication Impact of Syrian refugees on the Jordanian labour market [pdf 4187KB] Documents Market Study and Marketing Strategy of Olive Sector in Irbid [pdf 676KB] Market Study and Marketing Strategy of Tomato Sector in Mafraq [pdf 701KB] Publications Value Chain Analysis of the in the Olive and Olive Oil sector Governorate of Irbid [pdf 1024KB] Report on value chain analysis: The tomato sector in Mafraq Governorate Jordan [pdf 917KB] Events Jordan hosts second public-private sector dialogue forum to improve business environment in Syrian refugee host communities Jordan hosts public-private sector dialogue forum to improve business environment in Syrian refugee host communities Public employment services in Jordan consider job creation methods in Syrian refugee-hosting communities Jordanian communities hosting Syrian refugees meet to enhance value chain development Briefing note ILO Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Jordan News ILO promotes jobs for refugee-hosting communities in Jordan Event ILO to launch employment support for refugee-hosting communities in Jordan Project ILO Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Jordan – Labour Market Assessment Web pages Ministry of Labour Ministry of Interior Chamber of Commerce - Irbid Chamber of Commerce - Mafraq Project ILO Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Jordan – Child Labour Event Jordan plans employment support for communities hosting Syrian refugees © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Since 2011, the bulk of refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria have found refuge among host communities in neighbouring states. Among the Arab States hosting Syrian refugees, Jordan and Lebanon already had to contend with difficult socioeconomic conditions before the Syrian crisis, particularly in communities where refugees have now settled. (...) As part of the wider UN-response to the refugee crisis , the ILO Regional Office for the Arab States has adopted a cross-cutting development-focused strategy in Lebanon and Jordan which supports both refugees and host community residents in order to preserve social and economic stability as well as realise the rights of both to decent work and social justice. As such, the ILO strategy builds on existing country programmes in both Lebanon and Jordan to implement country-specific interventions that focus on the following areas of response to: Build the resilience of host communities in order to facilitate access to employment and livelihood opportunities; strengthen institutional capacity and coordination mechanisms at local, regional and national levels to combat unacceptable forms of work with a focus on child labour; and support policy development to ensure an employment-rich national response, embedded in the principles of decent work.
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Score: 738414.26 - www.ilo.org/beirut/area...ugee-crisis/lang--en/index.htm
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Since 2011, the bulk of refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria have found refuge among host communities in neighbouring states. Among the Arab States hosting Syrian refugees, Jordan and Lebanon already had to contend with difficult socioeconomic conditions before the Syrian crisis, particularly in communities where refugees have now settled. (...) As part of the wider UN-response to the refugee crisis , the ILO Regional Office for the Arab States has adopted a cross-cutting development-focused strategy in Lebanon and Jordan which supports both refugees and host community residents in order to preserve social and economic stability as well as realise the rights of both to decent work and social justice. As such, the ILO strategy builds on existing country programmes in both Lebanon and Jordan to implement country-specific interventions that focus on the following areas of response to: Build the resilience of host communities in order to facilitate access to employment and livelihood opportunities; strengthen institutional capacity and coordination mechanisms at local, regional and national levels to combat unacceptable forms of work with a focus on child labour; and support policy development to ensure an employment-rich national response, embedded in the principles of decent work.
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Score: 738414.26 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/are...ugee-crisis/lang--en/index.htm
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ITEM 4 – Draft PMNCH 2021 to 2025 Strategy Decision / Action Responsibility 4.1 The Chair of the Strategy Committee (SC) to pass on Board’s appreciation to the members of this committee for their work. Chair, Strategy Committee Secretariat Hosted by the World Health Organization and Board Chaired by The Rt Hon. (...) It thanked all those who took part, and the Strategy Committee who oversaw this process. • As the Strategy is finalized in the months to come, it will provide a strong platform for PMNCH to secure the resources it needs to deliver the ambitions set out in this Strategy.
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Score: 738406.54 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...rd/2020-December-Board-NfR.pdf
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The Global Strategy has had accountability at its centre since the launch of the Strategy, with the CoIA framework and work streams led by the iERG, PMNCH and many other stakeholders. (...) PMNCH resource mobilization efforts are affected by its future strategy; it is not possible to raise funds beyond 2015. (...) An opportunity is therefore presented to learn from this http://www.everywomaneverychild.org/images/content/files/global_strategy/full/20100914_gswch_en.pdf Secretariat Hosted by the World Health Organization and Board Chaired by Mrs Graça Machel PMNCH Executive Committee Call, 28 April 2014 Page 9 of 9 There is now an opportunity for Every Woman Every Child3 to potentially host, together with PMNCH and other partners, a single harmonized, integrated online platform that will be the global standard and depository of information related to reporting on commitments to the Global Strategy.
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Score: 738042.33 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou.../board/nfr_ec_call_apr2014.pdf
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digital transformation strategy Archives - UNICC Skip to content Home Who We Are Clients and Partner Organizations Global Presence Governance and Management History Strategic Partnerships What We Do Common Secure Conference COVID-19 Pandemic Response Data Action Portfolio Gender, Diversity and Inclusiveness Robotic Process Automation: Working Smarter UNICC for the Sustainable Development Goals UNICC’s 50th Anniversary What Makes Us Unique Working with Us News Centre Resources Tag: digital transformation strategy Photo: UNRWA España UNRWA Digital Transformation Support Amplifies Opportunities for Refugees Posted on 4 May, 2021 | by William Allen UNRWA , the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, has recently embarked on a mutually beneficial journey with UNICC. (...) As outcomes of this strategy and roadmap, UNICC supported UNRWA with a host of services and projects, from meeting management support, remote conference hosting services, security enhancements for infrastructure and applications, electronic signature services, Azure hosting for a number of applications as well as support for UNRWA’s International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI), hosting an IATI generator, data transparency dashboard, application development, maintenance and support. (...) Shifting from the UNGSC to UNICC data centre was a holistic solution rather than just a hosting service. UNICC offers applications hosting as well as ongoing support, with improvements, administration, consolidation, monitoring and reporting.
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Score: 736589.8 - https://www.unicc.org/tag/digital-transformation-strategy/
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Microsoft Word - PMNCH 17th Board Meeting Agenda-11 Oct.doc Secretariat Hosted by the World Health Organization and Board Chaired by Mrs Graça Machel 17th Board Meeting Agenda – Page 1 of 7 Pre-Board Meetings Sunday, 11th and Monday, 12th October 2015 The Intercontinental Hotel, Lusaka, Zambia The Partnership’s 17th Board Meeting Tuesday, 13th and Wednesday, 14th October 2015 The Intercontinental Hotel, Lusaka, Zambia AGENDA The Partnership’s 17th Board Meeting objectives are to: • Review and approve the Partnership’s draft 2016-2020 Strategic Plan in the context of the new Sustainable Development Goals, the updated Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health, and the Global Financing Facility, with the related new global architecture; • Create an opportunity to reflect on countries’ success stories and challenges, to showcase work in Zambia, and for the Board to provide guidance on the Partnership’s country engagement post-2015; • Review the recommendations of the Partnership’s Governance Strengthening Process; o Agree on establishing an Independent Accountability Panel Appointments Working Group; o Determine the best approach for engagement of Adolescents and Youth in the Partnership; and o Agree on the next steps and timelines to finalize and implement the governance recommendations. • Agree on the timelines and processes to develop the Partnership’s Business Plan and Resource Mobilization Strategy. (...) Youth facilitators supported by UNICEF Zambia will open the reception. Secretariat Hosted by the World Health Organization and Board Chaired by Mrs Graça Machel 17th Board Meeting Agenda – Page 4 of 7 Tuesday, 13 October 2015 – Day 1 of the Board Meeting Meeting will take place in the Makumbi Room, 8th Floor, The Intercontinental Hotel, Lusaka, Zambia Media will be in attendance 08:30-10:45 08:30 – 08:45 ITEM 1 – Welcome Remarks and Introduction For Decision Graça Machel, The Partnership’s Board Chair • Welcome to new Board members • Approval of the minutes of the 16th Board Meeting, London, 20-21 April 2015 and list of decisions from previous Board Meeting • Board members declaring any conflicts of interest Katie Taylor, The Partnership’s Board co-Chair, also on behalf of co-Chair Chandra Kishore Mishra • Remarks from the Executive Committee and Ad Hoc Strategy Group Document n°: B17-2015-ITEM1a / Minutes, 16th Board Meeting, London, 20-21 April 2015 B17-2015-ITEM1b / Board Decisions, 16th Board Meeting, London, 20-21 April 2015 08:45 – 09:15 Keynote Addresses 08:45 – 09:00 Honourable Ms Emerine Kabanshi, Minister of Community Development, Mother and Child Health, Zambia 09:00 – 09:15 Janet Rogan, UN Resident Coordinator, Zambia 09:15 – 09:30 ITEM 2 – Presentation of the Partnership’s Executive Director For Information Robin Gorna, Partnership’s Executive Director 09:30 – 10:45 ITEM 3 – Overview of New Development and Health Agendas For Consideration Presentations 09:30 – 09:40 SDGs and their frontrunner the Global Strategy Nana Kuo, Senior Manager, Every Woman Every Child Team, Executive Office of the UN Secretary-General 09:40 – 09:50 Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health: Content Flavia Bustreo, Assistant Director-General, WHO 09:50 – 10:00 Global Strategy Operational Framework Ted Chaiban, UNICEF Director of Programmes 10:00 – 10:10 Global Financing Facility: Update, Rama Lakshminarayanan, Senior Health Advisor, The World Bank 10:10 – 10:45 Q&As Secretariat Hosted by the World Health Organization and Board Chaired by Mrs Graça Machel 17th Board Meeting Agenda – Page 5 of 7 10:45 – 11:15 Health Break 11:15 – 12:15 ITEM 4 – “Partner Countries: Successes, Challenges and the Partnership’s Role - Panel Discussion” For Discussion Chair: Honourable Dr Joseph Kasonde, Minister of Health, Zambia Panel: C.K. Mishra, India; Maziko Matemba, Malawi; and Caroline Phiri, Zambia 12:15 – 13:45 Lunch Break Closed Lunch for Board Members only - Nalikwanda Room, Ground Floor Lunch for all other participants at the Hotel restaurant by the Pool 13:45 – 15:30 ITEM 5 – The Partnership’s Draft 2016-2020 Strategic Plan For Consideration Presentations on the process and content 13:45 – 14:00 Overview of the process and consultations to develop the new Strategic Plan Consultants 14:00 – 14:20 Content of the new Strategic Plan Katie Taylor, Partnership Board co-Chair, and Chair of the Ad Hoc Strategy Group; also on behalf of co-Chair Chandra Kishore Mishra 14:20 – 15:30 Q&As Document n°: B17-2015-ITEM5 / The Partnership’s 2016-2020 Strategic Plan 15:30 – 16:00 Health Break 16:00 – 18:00 ITEM 6 – Constituencies Group Discussion For Discussion Constituencies meet in individual working groups to discuss the Draft 2016-2020 Strategic Plan Secretariat Hosted by the World Health Organization and Board Chaired by Mrs Graça Machel 17th Board Meeting Agenda – Page 6 of 7 Wednesday, 14 October 2015 - Day 2 of the Board Meeting Meeting will take place at Makumbi Room, 8th Floor, The Intercontinental Hotel, Lusaka, Zambia 08:00 – 09:30 ITEM 7 – Plenary Session on Constituencies’ Feedback For Discussion (Closed session for Board members & Alternates only) Feedback from constituencies on the proposed 2016-2020 Strategic Plan and discussion to identify ways forward 09:30 – 10:30 ITEM 8 – Establishing an Independent Accountability Panel Appointments Working Group For Decision 9:30 – 9:40 Presentation Jo-ann Purcell, Canada; Neema Rusibamayila, Tanzania (TBC) 9:40 – 9:50 Update from the Accountability Workstream TBC 9:50 – 10:30 Discussion and Decision-making Document n°: B17-2015-ITEM10 / A Note on the Process of Appointing Members of the Independent Accountability Panel 10:30-11:00 Health Break 11:00 – 12:15 ITEM 9 – The Partnership’s Governance Strengthening Process For Consideration & Decision Presentations on the process and content 11:00 – 11:20 Overview of the process, consultations and key findings from the Partnership’s Governance Strengthening Process Katie Taylor & also, on behalf of co-Chair Chandra Kishore Mishra 11:20 – 11:30 Overview of the options for engaging Adolescents and Youth 11:30 –12:15 Discussion and Decision-making, including on increased engagement of: • Adolescents and Youth; • Private Sector constituency; and • Partner Country constituency Document n°: B17-2015-ITEM9 / Options for Adolescents and Youth Engagement in the Partnership Secretariat Hosted by the World Health Organization and Board Chaired by Mrs Graça Machel 17th Board Meeting Agenda – Page 7 of 7 12:15 – 12:30 ITEM 10 – Process and Timelines: The Partnership’s Business Plan, Resource Mobilization Strategy For Consideration & Decision • Presentation of the process and timeline to develop the Business Plan and Resource Mobilization Strategy Robin Gorna, Partnership’s Executive Director • Agreement on next steps 12:30 – 13:00 ITEM 11 – Decisions on the Proposed 2016-2020 Strategic Plan, Governance Strengthening Process For Decision • Reflections on emerging consensus from constituency deliberations • Review of decisions on the proposed 2016-2020 Strategic Plan and Governance Strengthening Process • Adoption of strategies, plans and processes 13:00 – 13:30 Closing session – Board Meeting Ends Honourable Dr Joseph Kasonde, Minister of Health, Zambia Graça Machel, The Partnership’s Board Chair 13:30– 15:30 Lunch Break Thursday, 15 October 2015 – 8.30-13.00 Multi Stakeholder Dialogue (Closed meeting for Zambian invited participants only)
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Score: 736533 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...nce/board/b17_item1_agenda.pdf
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ITEM 3 – Challenges/Opportunities in Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health Decision / Action Responsibility 3.1 Strategy Committee to consider further the evidence presented in the Strategy development process. (...) DECISIONS • Agree to the timeline as presented, with the new Strategy to be finalized in November 2020 at PMNCH’s Board meeting Secretariat Hosted by the World Health Organization and Board Chaired by The Rt Hon. (...) EC - Executive Committee SC – Strategy Committee GNC - Governance & Nomination Committee Secretariat Hosted by the World Health Organization and Board Chaired by The Rt Hon.
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Score: 733927.93 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...e/board/PMNCH-B25-2020_NfR.pdf
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Kozul-Wright served as Director, Division on Globalization and Development Strategies, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), at the D-2 level. (...) The Convention and the Host Country Agreement specifically provide that the Secretary-General has not only the right but the duty to waive immunity where specified conditions are satisfied. (...) The provisions of the Convention and host country agreements create legally-binding obligations on the Secretary-General vis-à-vis the Member States that are parties to the Convention and the host country agreement. 25.
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Score: 733332.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2018-UNAT-843.pdf
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