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The Board noted that each entity has more to do to improve its financial management and that work needs to be expedited to realise the benefits that IPSAS adoption can deliver. The challenge is now for entities to use the financial information under IPSAS as a platform for improved accountability, control and financial sustainability, as well as more cost-effective decision making and delivery of the vital services they deliver. (...) Very significant challenges remain if the United Nations is to deliver the new ways of working across a complex and fragmented organisation, and realise the financial and improved service delivery benefits that could arise from improved data and reporting, and streamlined and standardised business processes.
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Score: 640481.93 - https://www.un.org/en/auditors.../Press%20Notice%20to%20DPI.pdf
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Afghanistan will also improve access to health services - strengthening outreach, home visits, mobile health teams, and local health facilities. (...) Haiti will further reduce unmet need for family planning from 38% to 10% by improving commodity security and making services more youth-friendly. (...) Ghana will also strengthen its free maternal health care policy, ensure 95% of pregnant women are reached with comprehensive PMTCT service and ensure security for family planning commodities. Ghana will further improve child health by increasing the proportion of fully immunized children to 85% and the proportion of children under-five and pregnant women sleeping under insecticide-treated nets to 85%. 1.215 Estimated financial value of commitment, total 2011-2015 (2010 US$, million) See explanation for Benin.
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Score: 640450.24 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...h2012report_webannex2b_rev.pdf
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These include efforts to: Reduce the costs of sending money home; Channel remittances through formal financial institutions, and to, Improve the incentives and capacities needed to bring migrant capital back home. (...) These recommendations and best practices for industry, government, and civil society outline areas in need of improvements in areas such as competition, transparency, access to financial services, financial literacy and other key areas. (...) MIF efforts focus in improving the mix of incentives and capacities needed to increase the flow of remittances through financial institutions.
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Score: 639774.8 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...nation/4/docs/P10_MIF-IADB.pdf
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In collaboration with IFIs, promote sustainable financial systems at country level 2.2. Improve access to climate finance at regional and country levels 2.3. (...) In collaboration with IFIs, promote sustainable financial systems at country level 2.2. Improve access to climate finance at regional and country levels 2.3. (...) Mobilizing additional domestic public resources requires improved efforts to increase government revenues and reduce illicit financial flows .
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Score: 639656.9 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...nancing-the-SDGs-July-2019.pdf
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Toshiya Hoshino Deputy Permanent Representative of Japan to the United Nations Agenda item 138 Improving the financial situation of the United Nations Second resumed session of the Fifth Committee 4 June 2019 Thank you, Madame Chair. At the outset, I would like to thank His Excellency, Secretary-General António Guterres, for introducing his proposals with respect to improving of the financial situation of the United Nations, and Mr. (...) In this connection, Japan is of the view that we should prioritize our discussions, and believes that focus should be given to those proposals related to financial mechanism of PKO budgets. In concluding, we look forward to discussing the proposals of the Secretary-General to improve the financial situation of the United Nations during this session with a view to reaching a consensual outcome.
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Score: 639551.37 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...inancial%20Situation_Japan.pdf
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STATEMENT OF MOROCCO ON AGENDA ITEM 137 IMPROVING THE FINANCIAL SITUATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS Statement of the Kingdom of Morocco by H. (...) Omar Hilale Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Morocco to the United Nations Agenda item 137: Improving the financial situation of the United Nations. (...) Morocco also welcomes the adoption of the resolution 73/307, based on the Secretary- General’s proposals to improve the financial situation of the United Nations, which provided improvement in the overall liquidity of active peacekeeping operations.
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Score: 638968.65 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...inancial_Situation_Morocco.pdf
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Number and proportion of new/improved solutions, implementation strategies or innovative knowledge successfully applied in developing countries. 30 ≥ 75% Publications, annual reports, interviews, surveys Measured annually, cumulative over 6 years 2. (...) Its focus is research into neglected diseases of the poor, with the goal of improving existing approaches and developing new ways to prevent, diagnose, treat and control these diseases. TDR is sponsored by the following organizations: World Bank TDR PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT INDICATORS Towards continuous performance improvement Understanding what works, what does not work and the underlying factors Role of monitoring and evaluation in performance improvement
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Score: 638836.43 - https://www.who.int/tdr/public...y/Framework2014_flyer_page.pdf
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Output LDF 1.2.11 Number of G2P mechanisms at the local level that include locally-accessible redress systems Removed Removal of indicator due to no major programme activities Output LDF 1.2.12 Number of revenue-generating projects with multi-stakeholder boards Removed Removal of indicator for simplification Outcome statement two Original version Revised version Reason for change Effective financing mechanisms established to increase resilience to economic and environmental shocks Effective financing mechanisms established to increase resilience to economic and environmental shocks in the last mile . Improved clarity Outcome 2: Indicator for financial inclusion practice area (FIPA) Original version Revised version Reason for change Outcome FIPA 2.a Number of new products to improve client security, resilience against shocks and extend the frontiers of inclusive finance Outcome FIPA 2.a Number of new financial products to improve client security, resilience against shocks scaled up by UNCDF supported FSPs (disaggregated by types of products and countries). Improved clarity of indicator to capture “scale up” of UNCDF supported financial products by FSPs. Outcome FIPA 2.b Number of clients served by these new products Outcome FIPA 2.b Number of clients served by these new scaled products (disaggregated by sex) Improved clarity and disaggregation of indicator Output FIPA 2.1.1 Total numbers of active clients served via products that strengthen client resilience to shocks in areas such as client savings, Mobile Money for the Poor (MM4P), Better Than Cash Alliance (BTCA), clean energy, micro-insurance Removed Number of clients served by products that support client resilience (savings, e-payments, insurance) are also captured under Outcome FIPA 1.a Output FIPA 2.1.2 Number of product innovations in areas such as youth finance, clean energy finance, agricultural/rural finance, mobile money or cash to electronic transitions Output FIPA 2.1.1 Number of new or improved financial products piloted with support of UNCDF, disaggregated by type of products (reported on an annual and cumulative basis for each FSP or other ecosystem actor and each country market) Improved clarity of indicator to capture pilot (innovation) phase for testing financial products.
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Score: 638524.17 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ssion/dp2016-14_Annex%202b.doc
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GB.268/PFA/7/2 - Governing Body ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations About the ILO Topics Regions Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Governing Body GB.268/PFA/7/2 268th Session Geneva, March 1997   Programme, Financial and Administrative Committee PFA SEVENTH ITEM ON THE AGENDA Other financial and general questions Report of the Joint Inspection Unit on "Accountability, management improvement and oversight in the United Nations system" (1) 1. (...) The report provides a comprehensive review of accountability, management improvement and oversight activities within the United Nations system. (...) Recommendation 6: Encourage management, accountability and oversight improvement efforts in the inter-agency bodies 12. This recommendation is fully supported.
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Score: 638380.96 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...relm/gb/docs/gb268/pfa-7-2.htm
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GB.268/PFA/7/2 - Governing Body ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations About the ILO Topics Regions Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Governing Body GB.268/PFA/7/2 268th Session Geneva, March 1997   Programme, Financial and Administrative Committee PFA SEVENTH ITEM ON THE AGENDA Other financial and general questions Report of the Joint Inspection Unit on "Accountability, management improvement and oversight in the United Nations system" (1) 1. (...) The report provides a comprehensive review of accountability, management improvement and oversight activities within the United Nations system. (...) Recommendation 6: Encourage management, accountability and oversight improvement efforts in the inter-agency bodies 12. This recommendation is fully supported.
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Score: 638380.96 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...relm/gb/docs/gb268/pfa-7-2.htm
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