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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, AND ON THE RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION IN THIS CONTEXT, RAQUEL ROLNIK : ADDENDUM
In January 2011 the Special Rapporteur presented a preliminary note on her mission to the World Bank Group (A/HRC/16/42/Add.4). The preliminary note provided an overview of the relation between the policies and projects supported by the World Bank Group and the right to adequate housing. (...) See Mac Darrow, Between Light and Shadow (Oxford, World Bank, The International Monetary Fund and International Human Rights Law, 2003); Bahram Ghazi, The IMF, The World Bank Group and the Question of Human Rights (New York, Ardsley, 2005); S.I. (...) Incorporating human rights protections will help member States fulfil their human rights obligations and improve development outcomes by ensuring respect for the rights of those the Bank seeks to benefit. 12.
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PROGRAMME OF WORK OF THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY : PRIORITY ISSUE : SYNTHESIS OF REPORTS SUBMITTED BY THE COUNTRY PARTIES ON CASE STUDIES ILLUSTRATING BEST PRACTICES AND RESEARCH RELATING TO LAND DEGRADATION, VULNERABILITY AND REHABILITATION : AN INTEGRATED APPROACH : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
TURKEY Referring to decision 20/COP.6, the following case studies and best practices carried out in related fields are considered as useful information for the debate: (i) Turkey has completed a World Bank supported project entitled “Eastern Anatolia Watershed Rehabilitation Project”. (...) The adult literary rate is estimated to be 31 per cent (World Bank Fact Book 1995), and 7 The Soil Science Society of Turkey (TTBD),7 specialized NGO on soil science. (...) Concept of the Master Plan (M/P) Realization of a stable agricultural society with consideration of the conservation of natural resources - Support for the improvement of residents’ ability to accept projects - Support for the recognition of present conditions by the residents themselves -Improvement of the extension support system on the administrative side Analysis of actual conditions and clarification of issues by residents Independent establishment of residents’ organizations Independent formulation and implementation of program by residents’ organizations Independent management and operation of programmes by residents’ organizations Implementation of MP Establishment of sustainable agriculture, stock raising and forestry Stabilization of farmers’ livelihood Support for the implementation of projects such as improvement of agricultural, stock raising, and sylvicultural production, fulfillment of BHN, and conservation of natural resources PPrreevveennttiioonn ooff ddeesseerrttiiffiiccaattiioonn Major goal Medium goals Minor goals - Fulfilment of the demand for rural development funds (5) Reduction of the Burden on Women (4) Management of Natural Resources (3) Higher Agricultural Income (1) Improvement of residents’ ability to operate project (2) Fulfilment of Basic Human - Securing of safe drinking water - Improvement of access to market during the rainy season - Improvement of agricultural productivity, securing of stable food supply - Improvement of stock raising productivity - Proper use of land - Expansion of soil conservation activities - Reduction of the labour required for milling staple foods - Improvement in the quality of living - Reduction of labor required for firewood collection - Increase in the disposable income of adult women - Improvement of literacy rate - Acquisition by residents of project operation methodology - Organization of residents - Enlargement of forest area and improvement of productivity Realization of stable rural society based on sustainable agriculture, stock raising, and sylviculture ICCD/COP(7)/CST/2 página 19 Master Plan basic items Item Detailed item Description Target year 2025 Planned period of 22 years Project area Rain-fed agricultural area 1,159 villages, 2.26 million ha (Study area 3.3 million ha (narrowed down to least developed area)) Development objective Establishment of sustainable agriculture Improvement and stabilization of farmers’ income Aim to conserve natural resources through development of sustainable agriculture Elimination of poverty, stabilization of livelihood for residents, who are responsible for conservation of resources, are the priority issues Village level Terroir Man
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE EFFECTS OF ECONOMIC REFORM POLICIES AND FOREIGN DEBT ON THE FULL ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, PARTICULARLY ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, BERNARDS MUDHO : ADDENDUM
Over 70 per cent of this debt was owed to multilateral creditors, such as the International Development Association (49.2 per cent), the African Development Bank (18.1 per cent) and the IMF (5.3 per cent).7 In 2006 Burkina Faso qualified for the Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative (MDRI) leading to cancellation of outstanding debts to the World Bank, IMF and African Development Bank. (...) Debt sustainability 31. The joint World Bank-IMF debt sustainability assessment framework uses policy dependent thresholds in order to determine the sustainability of a country’s debt. (...) The central objective of the PRSP is the improvement of the living conditions of the population.
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GE.06-65911 19 Dec
Timeframe Partnersinvolved Overall budget 1 Natural Resources Development No World Bank project November 2005- 2010 Italian Govern., SIDA 20 mil. USD 2 Rehabilitation of irrigation system and drainage (second project) No World Bank project 2005-2010 30 mil. USD 3 Agriculture Services Project 4 Integrated Water and Ecosystem Management Project Yes World Bank project 2004-2008 EBRD 22 mil. (...) Beginning from the end of the 1990s up to the present the Government of the Republic of Azerbaijan is reorganizing purposefully the whole managerial apparatus of the country with the assistance of World Bank. One of the first steps was improvement of the environmental protection system with relevant Decree of the President.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, AND ON THE RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION IN THIS CONTEXT, RAQUEL ROLNIK : ADDENDUM
kat=1tabel=1daftar=1id_subyek=23notab=1. 3 World Bank, Protecting Poor and Vulnerable Households in Indonesia (Jakarta, 2012), p. 13. 4 AusAid, the Swiss Economic Development Cooperation, World Bank, Indonesia, The Rise of Metropolitan Regions: Towards Inclusive and Sustainable Regional Development, p. 25. 5 World Bank, Indonesia: Urban Poverty and Program Review, January 2013, p. 4. 6 Ibid. (...) Indonesia has a long history of slum improvement programmes, dating back to the 1960s. The Kampung Improvement Program (KIP), which started in 1969 in Jakarta, is considered one of the most important and successful slum upgrading projects in the world. (...) The limited scale is especially relevant considering that in Jakarta alone one 38 World Bank, Jakarta: Urban Challenges in a Changing Climate (2011), p. 21. 39 Indonesia reply to Special Rapporteur’s questionnaire on housing finance, 2012, p. 5.
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UNITED NATION
To be mentioned are United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), the World Bank and the Global Environment Facility (GEF). (...) Moreover, two of them, the World Bank and IFAD, have carried out and are running projects that serve land protection and control desertification. (...) To this aim, financial assistance is required from GEF, the World Bank, UNDP, IFAD, as well as PAP/RAC (as a structure that supports projects and activities in the regional framework).
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EFFECTS OF ECONOMIC REFORM POLICIES AND FOREIGN DEBT ON THE FULL ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS : REPORT : ADDENDUM / SUBMITTED BY THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT, BERNARDS MUDHO
In 1984, Mozambique joined the World Bank and the IMF, and was granted its first rescheduling from the Paris Club. (...) In April 1998, the World Bank and the IMF agreed that Mozambique was eligible for the HIPC initiative, with the completion point to be achieved in mid-1999. (...) In response to the floods in early 2000, the World Bank and the IMF decided to accelerate the provision of their relief.
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
By way of background, UNRWA has for the past sixty years been devoted to assistance and protection of Palestine refugees in Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, the West Bank and Gaza. It functions mainly through the provision of services in the areas of primary education, comprehensive primary health care, emergency relief, social safety-net, infrastructure and camp improvement, and microfinance. (...) As of April 2009, 114,587 refugee women married to non refugees (MNR) were registered with and entitled to benefit from UNRWA services in the West Bank, Gaza, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon. 8. Moreover, although a refugee woman married to a non-refugee cannot transmit refugee registration to her children, UNRWA introduced in 2006 an entitlement for MNRs' children to access UNRWA services.
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EFFECTS OF STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT POLICIES AND FOREIGN DEBT ON THE FULL ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS, PARTICULARLY ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS :REPORT : ADDENDUM / SUBMITTED BY BERNARDS MUDHO, INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE EFFECTS OF STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT POLICIES AND FOREIGN DEBT ON THE FULL ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, PARTICULARLY ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS
About half of this debt was owed to the multilateral institutions, namely the International Development Association (IDA), the Asian Development Bank and IMF. It may also be noted that the level of Kyrgyzstan’s external debt compared to exports and revenue well exceeds the threshold to be eligible for the World Bank’s Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) initiative. 24. (...) It is worth noting that, despite the overall improvement in the poverty reduction, the level of extreme poverty remained the same (13.5 per cent in 2001 and 13.8 per cent in 2002). (...) The programme, based on the single payer system supported by the World Bank, pools resources from oblasts, cities and rayons (districts) and consolidates them into one system under the Mandatory Health Insurance Fund to purchase services on behalf of all local governments within the oblast.
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FCCC/SBSTA/200
Barriers for non CO2 reforestation projects by low income communities in Bolivia The main barriers detected for this type of projects are: • Financial access is a barrier, due to the fact that land or plantations can not be used as collateral for a Bank loan. • There are no economic incentives for AR activities from the side of the government • There is a preference for short term investments and reforestation projects require long term investments, and have long repayment periods • There is very low tradition in Bolivia to invest in plantations, therefore no local knowledge has been developed in this area. (...) In response to that call for views, the Secretariat received and published eight submissions by thirty-nine Parties (including Latin American, Asian and African nations and the EU) and the World Bank. Thirteen of those countries and the World Bank supported the increase in the small scale limit of tones for A/R CDM projects. (...) If they had the opportunity of implementing a small scale project, with its economic benefits, their life quality would probably improve and they could include more families in the project in order to extend project benefits such as; diversification of production, improvement of soil quality, improvement of food security, protection of water sources and employment.
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