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Increasingly, regional economic communities have access to earmarked regional aid budget lines from development partners, and these could be tapped more systematically to finance IP-related technical and financial assistance programmes. Third, LDCs members and co-operation partners/providers could consider whether it would be useful to endow even modestly a dedicated TRIPS/LDCs trust fund to accelerate the completion of needs communications for the remaining LDC members, disseminate best practices, and support improved co-ordination between LDCs and co-operation partners/providers in mobilising and monitoring effective IP technical and financial cooperation programmes at the national and regional level. (...) Further, the database was developed as a portal for exchange and sharing of information between partner agencies on future https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/trips_e/trips_notif_art67_e.html Factual overview on technical & financial cooperation for LDCs related to TRIPS 78 enable the improved channels of information sharing and coordination on IP-related technical and financial co-operation as described below: Sharing information about individual LDCs needs: the database could separate thematically (perhaps into the five categories identified in this study) the needs requested by each LDC. (...) Sharing information about pipeline activities: Co-operation partners could also commit to uploading programmed activities onto the database in order to improve the data on pipeline technical and financial co-operation for LDC members.
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Score: 626424.07 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...dc_overview_08.05.2013_ch6.pdf
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Online Subregional Workshop Overview RA2: Resilience of local labour market RA3: Resilience of local financial system RA1: Resilience of local business environment RA4: Resilience of economic governance RA5: Resilience of basic service infrastructure Diagnostic Tool Urban Resilience Diagnostic Tool Resilience diagnostic Baseline city performance in relevant resilience areas based on a set of indicators Identify areas that need improvement Resilience planning Develop actions to achieve the desired improvements Identify the relevant implementation arrangements What is working well and what is not working What needs to be improved, by how much and how Economic Resilience Performan ce report Economic Resilience Building Plan Visioning Workshop Vision for economic recovery Priority areas for recovery/resilience building A. (...) Inform planning activities to achieve desired improvements to identified areas Methodology Performance Indicators Urban economic resilience RA1: Resilience of local business environment RA2: Resilience of local labour market RA3: Resilience of local financial system RA4: Resilience of economic governance Analysis of the capacity of local businesses (including the public sector) sustain growth and respond to demographic, technological and market conditions. (...) Analysis of the capacity of the local financial system to maintain adequate and continuous supply of finance to economic activities with appropriate instruments.
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Score: 626255.27 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...erformance%20%28DPT%29%20E.pdf
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In addition, it evidences how complex but very useful financial tools as Project Finance make possible to overcome existing financial gaps in developing countries. (...) This also involves environmental and social improvement. Tools for implementation: Financing / economic instruments The budgetary problems in developing countries result in difficulties to develop water infrastructure, and thus hinder population access to drinking water. (...)  Involvement of local partners for the success of the projects  Shared financial risk among different entities  Technological risk is assumed by a leading technology based company as Abengoa  Being able to establish a strong relation with the client in Algeria  Once Abengoa has been selected for the contract it has always been capable to bring financial closure to a successful end What can be improved?
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Score: 626236.6 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...nio_Buenaventura_CaseBMGDG.pdf
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Answer: Yes 17.1 Please describe what kind of innovations are supported through your commitment(s), how these innovations have contributed to improving RMNCH. Answer: The revitalisation of maternity waiting homes Piloting the motorbike ambulances Improved communication for referral 17.2 Have related patents and guidelines been developed? (...) Answer: 33.1 What steps have you taken towards improving equity of access and outcomes, and/or what progress have you made in reaching the poorest and most vulnerable? (...) Answer: The Global Strategy has provided additional support to our efforts to improve the health of women and children (for example, increased levels of funding; targeted technical assistance to improve service delivery): Agree 13 43.
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Score: 625728.6 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...s/pmnch2012_quest_zimbabwe.pdf
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Finally, it can be assumed that low transfer costs would increase migrants’ use of formal transfer channels, which in turn relates to the role of remittances in enhancing financial inclusion. 3. Facilitate the role of remittances as a driver of financial inclusion by generating de- mand for tailor-made financial services Financial inclusion contributes to poverty reduction, economic and social development and financial stability. (...) Improve quality and accessibility of remittances data Progress has been made in past years to improve the quality of remittances data. (...) Finally, we acknowledge the importance of further improving the quality and accessibility of remittances data as a basis for evidence-based policies.”
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Score: 625681.45 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...erland-remittances-Feb2015.pdf
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We recognize that financial transparency, which demands curbing illicit financial flows, is a critical precursor to effective, sustainable development. (...) We actively support this crucial institutional change to enable further improvements in international tax matters, and we consider it a cornerstone of success in Addis Ababa in July. (...) The international financial transparency reforms led by the OECD and the G20 exclude most developing countries, even with the OECD’s improvements in consultation and inclusion processes.
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Score: 625680.66 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...-dpf-statement-FTC-Jan2015.pdf
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Net increase in local fiscal space available for local development in sub-national territorial jurisdictions supported by UNCDF 34 1.c.5 Gross increase in fixed capital formation comprised of individual projects /investments under $20m located within sub- national territorial jurisdictions supported by UNCDF6 Output 1.1. - FIPA Improved performance of Output Indicators: Financing for development: effect of UNCDF core funding on 1 See Output 1.1.2 for measurement formula 2 Financial Service Providers (FSPs) include a range of institutions, including but not limited to: commercial banks, Non-bank financial institutions (NBFIs), credit unions, NGO-MFIs, Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), money transfer companies, and also service providers that use ‘pay as you go’ financing models to provide their products, e.g. clean energy. 3 Fiscal space is defined as “the sum of financial resources available for improved delivery of basic social and economic services at the local level as a result of the budget and related decisions by governments at all levels without any prejudice to the sustainability of a government’s financial position”. (...) Sustainability: Improvements in FSP profitability/sustainability; improvements in portfolio quality; 1.1.3 - % of FSPs that have audited financial statements 1.1.4 - % of FSPs making progress toward profitability (return on assets) 1.1.5 - % of FSPs meeting portfolio quality targets (PAR 30 days) Responsibly-provided services: 1.1.6. – % of FSPs that endorse SMART Campaign7 Client Protection Principles (CPPs) or equivalent Indicator description: These indicators capture the leverage of UNCDF’s resources in catalyzing the mobilization of voluntary savings by sustainable financial service providers (FSPs) that are responsibly providing their services. (...) Commitments to increase the amount of funds paid electronically (vs. cash) are also captured as improvements to the ecosystem. As implementation commences, improvements to the enabling environment come via policy or regulatory changes or 19 Examples of what FIPA would report on (cumulative and annual net change): Diagnostics (each country diagnostic: MAP diagnostic: market information; BTCA country digital payment ecosystems improved directly via BTCA initiatives; BTCA: incremental Net Present Value (NPV) of economy-wide electronic payments as encouraged by BTCA; MM4P diagnostic:: indentifies activities, initiatives or changes are needed to build more inclusive digital financial services (DFS) ecosystem that is sustainable, affordable and reaches the majority of the population with basic financial services; Financial Diaries that contribute to policy-makers and FSPs understanding of client demand and constraints; Market studies at province or district levels to help commercial banks and MFIs to invest in underserved areas with potential) 20 As a result of diagnostic (MAP, MM4P, BTCA, or that strengthen the capacity of national institutions to meet regional and international goals – e.g.
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Score: 625409.86 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...trix_Methodological%20Note.pdf
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Improvements in portfolio quality 1.1.4 - Percentage of FSPs that have audited financial statements 81% 90% 1.1.5 - Percentage of FSPs making progress toward profitability 73% 80% 1.1.6 - Percentage of FSPs meeting portfolio quality targets (PAR 30 days) 55% 80% Responsibly-provided services: 1.1.7 % of FSPs that endorse SMART Campaign Client Protection Principles (CPPs) or equivalent 82% 90% Local Development finance Output 1.2 Improved performance of sustainable, accountable local governments and improved performance of revenue-generating projects. Measured in terms of how UNCDF supports capacity to mobilize, allocate, invest and make accountable resources for effective local development. Improved performance of sustainable, accountable local governments, and improved performance of revenue generating projects. (...) FI = Financial Inclusion; LD = Local Development Ibid. 2
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Score: 625390.6 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ssion/dp2016-14_Annex%202a.doc
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FAO-DAH’s participant-driven training improves influenza surveillance in Viet Nam | Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal Disease (ECTAD) - Viet Nam | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english tiếng Việt Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal Disease (ECTAD) - Viet Nam Programme Overview Components News Resources Events Partners FAO-DAH’s participant-driven training improves influenza surveillance in Viet Nam 16/12/2016 Early detection and response to effectively control a disease outbreak is a key component for pandemic preparedness.  (...) A combined session of technical and financial staff enabled local and national issues in financial management to be identified and recommendations for improvement made. (...) After the course, participants felt their knowledge of surveillance had improved and that they were better able to analyse surveillance data.
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Score: 625337.6 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...etnam/news/detail/en/c/461106/
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Institutional capacity constraint Despite substantial improvement on institutional capacity development has been made, capacity constraint remains a challenge. (...) The reform that also focuses on improvement of Information Financial Management System will contribute to digital financial services, such as online tax service and payment, and transfer of cash to beneficiaries of social assistance programs. 3. (...) The Government has shown its commitment to address the issue through Fiscal and Public Financial Management Reform. Ensuring sustainability of the Petroleum Fund, accessing more concessional resources from bilateral and multilateral financial institutions at sustainable level to finance strategic investments, improving compliance and tax base for more domestic resource mobilization, and efficient use and management of grant resources are policies that should be implemented with high commitment, consistent and within a proper timeframe.
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Score: 625012.45 - https://www.un.org/ldc5/sites/...s/session_7_-_helder_lopes.pdf
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