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Output recovery was accompanied by an improvement in employment and wages across the region. (...) Only in the Russian Federation are there clear signs of improvement. Financial fragility continues further because of currency mismatches and little mobilization of domestic savings. (...) Providing more solid domestic financial instruments should also pull more domestic savings into the financial system.
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Score: 633019.14 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2011/11oes_p01e.htm
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According to a 2012 study by GHWA, a 3 More HRH for money: Key messages • Improve skill mix and task shifting to reduce production costs of health services • Use health workers from the communities increase rural retention and health outcomes • Improve motivation and retention of health workers by implementing appropriately designed financial and non-financial incentives • Usage of continuous professional development and performance assessment reviews improve existing HRH productivity • Information and Communication Technology has a positive impact on education and motivation of health workers majority of the population In many low- and middle income countries seeks care from the private sector18. (...) Early studies show some success of this strategy on improving outputs, service quality and outcomes. 22 23 Appropriately designed packages of financial and non-financial incentives proved to successfully address poor health workers’ motivation and performance in several African countries.24 25 26 Appropriate skill mix of the workforce warrants review. (...) WHO’s 2010 evidence- based guidelines on improving retention offers solutions, advocating for “bundles” of incentives (financial and non-financial). 40 However, in planning to introduce incentives, sustainability is key, as health workers may consider the withdrawal or termination of incentives as variations in the conditions of services with counterproductive effects on their motivation.41 Developing mutually beneficial partnership Partnership between the Ministries of Health and Finance for developing evidence based policies and plans and mobilizing adequate financial resources for their implementation is the key to achieve improved health outcomes.
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Score: 633007.6 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...es/HRHFinancing_topicbrief.pdf
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Where necessary, the Chief Internal Auditor makes recommendations to improve their adequacy, efficiency and effectiveness. (...) COOP was working at improving its portfolio of technical cooperation projects. (...) The offices needed to improve planning, work procedures and internal control to ensure that external collaboration contracts are signed only after related commitments are established in the local budgetary system and financial clearance is provided, and that work is not allowed to start without written and signed contracts.
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Score: 632954.4 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...lm/gb/docs/gb283/pdf/pfa-6.pdf
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Where necessary, the Chief Internal Auditor makes recommendations to improve their adequacy, efficiency and effectiveness. (...) COOP was working at improving its portfolio of technical cooperation projects. (...) The offices needed to improve planning, work procedures and internal control to ensure that external collaboration contracts are signed only after related commitments are established in the local budgetary system and financial clearance is provided, and that work is not allowed to start without written and signed contracts.
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Score: 632954.4 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...lm/gb/docs/gb283/pdf/pfa-6.pdf
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L ower costs, more investmentsand improved government su- pervision are among the potential benefits arising out of liberalization of trade in financial services, accord- ing to a new study by economists from the WTO Secretariat publish- ed on 22 September. (...) First, monetary policy is likely to improve. Credit and interest ceilings often serve as monetary policy instruments to control credit expansion and inflation in a closed financial system. (...) This can have positive effects on income distribution.2 Liberalization may improve inter-temporal and international resource allocation Open and more efficient financial markets affect savingsand investment and improve the inter-temporal alloca- tion of resources.
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Score: 632713.23 - https://www.wto.org/english/res_e/focus_e/focus22_e.pdf
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Net change of domestic savings mobilized by UNCDF-supported Financial Service Providers (FSPs)5 10 to 1 leverage of UNCDF’s core resources 10 to 1 leverage of UNCDF’s core resources ` 5 6 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 governments financial position”. (...) Number of local institutions that improve performance against the Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) indicators14 75% of institutions supported demonstrating sustainable improvements 1.2.5. (...) Number of local institutions that improve performance against accountability- related PEFA indicators 75% of institutions supported demonstrating sustainable improvements in accountability 1.2.11.
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Score: 632323.24 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...20and%20Resources%20Matrix.pdf
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II. Restructuring the Financial SectorII. Restructuring the Financial Sector Strengthening global financial regulation and resilience Strengthening global financial regulation and resilience remains incompleteremains incomplete, , intensified efforts to develop a collaborative intensified efforts to develop a collaborative approach agreed.approach agreed. (...) Progress in IMF Reform –– The Istanbul DecisionsThe Istanbul Decisions ““We commit to accelerate our work to improve the FundWe commit to accelerate our work to improve the Fund’’s s legitimacy, credibility, and effectiveness through quota and legitimacy, credibility, and effectiveness through quota and governance reforms and modernizing its surveillance and financingovernance reforms and modernizing its surveillance and financing g mandatesmandates”…”… (IMFC Communiqu(IMFC Communiquéé, April 2010), April 2010) Istanbul Decisions Istanbul Decisions set out four main areas of reformset out four main areas of reform…… the IMFthe IMF’’s mandate, s mandate, the IMFthe IMF’’s financing role, s financing role, multilateral surveillance, and multilateral surveillance, and governancegovernance. . 6 III. (...) Progress in IMF Reform The IMFThe IMF’’s Mandates Mandate Important work on Important work on the IMFthe IMF’’s mandate and responsibilities s mandate and responsibilities in the in the areas ofareas of …… SurveillanceSurveillance strengthen its surveillance further by sharpening its focus on strengthen its surveillance further by sharpening its focus on macromacro--financial issuesfinancial issues capital flowscapital flows, and , and analysis of systemic risks and linkages, and spilloversanalysis of systemic risks and linkages, and spillovers open debate on improving the focus and traction of surveillanceopen debate on improving the focus and traction of surveillance…… improve IMF effectiveness in crisis preventionimprove IMF effectiveness in crisis prevention options to improve the global financial safety net based on sounoptions to improve the global financial safety net based on sound incentivesd incentives Stability of the international monetary and financial systemStability of the international monetary and financial system Issue: growing tensions in international reserve system due to lIssue: growing tensions in international reserve system due to lack of ack of automatic adjustments for systemic current account surplus countautomatic adjustments for systemic current account surplus countries, and ries, and lack of diversified menu of reserve assetslack of diversified menu of reserve assets study policy options to promote longstudy policy options to promote long--term stability and the proper functioning term stability and the proper functioning of the international monetary systemof the international monetary system Possible IMF role: assess reserve adequacy; offer alternatives tPossible IMF role: assess reserve adequacy; offer alternatives to reserve o reserve accumulation; reflect on more balanced multiaccumulation; reflect on more balanced multi--currency reserve system over the currency reserve system over the longer run, perhaps with enhanced SDR rolelonger run, perhaps with enhanced SDR role III.
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Score: 632194.63 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...2015/08/ie-26052010-Harris.pdf
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By and large, its measures, spanning the whole range of fiduciary concerns, have helped improve the fiduciary performance of projects. Such measures include workplan and budget preparation and execution, technical issues, the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system, reporting tools, the financial management system, procurement and other financial issues. (...) The performance of IFAD operations shows improvement from 2009; however, performance is beginning to plateau. (...) Recommendation 5. extend greater differentiation in financial management and fiduciary requirements to procurement, while supporting long- term national capacity improvement.
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Score: 631893.9 - https://www.ifad.org/documents...98-3e5e-4109-8ff5-a89fa09b840c
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Promoting entrepreneurship and private sector development in Iraq The ILO in Iraq holds Training of Trainers workshop for training service providers on its Start and Improve Your Business (SIYB) programme, designed to support small-scale entrepreneurs to start or grow their businesses. (...) One of the ILO’s key priorities in Iraq under its Decent Work Country Programme , is to support private sector development and job creation. This includes improving entrepreneurship for women, youth, internally displaced people, refugees and vulnerable host community members through introducing ILO’s comprehensive package of Start and Improve Your Business, in addition to introducing financial education and a financial inclusion model. (...) Tags: training of trainers, business, entrepreneurship, financial inclusion, vulnerable groups Regions and countries covered: Iraq Tools This content is available in العربية A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Partnership for improving prospects for forcibly displaced persons and host communities (PROSPECTS) Improved Business Development Support Services and Entrepreneurship Education targeting MSMEs and Youth for the creation of Decent Work Opportunities in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 631693.55 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/eve...WCMS_768823/lang--en/index.htm
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PERMANENT MISSION OF SINGAPORE TO THE UNITED NATIONS 231 EAST 51s7 STREET, NEW YORK, NY 10022 TEL: (212) 826 0840 FAX: (212) 826 2964 STATEMENT BY MR KEN SIAH, COUNSELLOR, PERMANENT MISSION OF SINGAPORE TO THE UNITED NATIONS ON AGENDA ITEM 136, IMPROVING THE FINANCIAL SITUATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS, AT THE SECOND RESUMED PART OF THE SIXTY-SIXTH SESSION OF THE FIFTH COMMITTEE, 24 MAY 2012 1 Thank you, Mr Chairman. Let me begin by thanking Mr Warren Sachs, Assistant Secretary-General and Officer-In-Charge of the Department of Management for his presentation last Monday on Agenda Item 136: Improving the Financial Situation of the United Nations. 2 Singapore is encouraged to learn that there has been improvement in financial indicators for the United Nations in 2012 in some areas. (...) Mr Chairman, 3 The financial difficulties of the United Nations are completely avoidable.
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Score: 631443.16 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...05_24_Item%20136_Singapore.pdf
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