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Defining the building blocks of gender transformative financial inclusion | Гендер | Продовольственная и сельскохозяйственная организация Объединенных Наций FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Гендер Справочная информация Новости Взгляд изнутри Проекты Ресурсы Специальные инициативы Defining the building blocks of gender transformative financial inclusion FAO-IFAD webinar showcases gender transformative approaches and tools for women’s financial inclusion, drawing audience of over 200. 10/08/2021 An event co-hosted by FAO and IFAD in the framework of the Joint Programme on Gender Transformative Approaches for Food Security and Nutrition (JP GTA) brought together experts in financial inclusion and women’s empowerment to share examples of transformative approaches that can improve access to financial products and services for rural women. (...) The provision of improved financial services was combined with addressing normative barriers to create greater acceptance among household and community members of the woman’s role as not only as a caregiver but also as an economic agent. (...) VSLAs have proven immensely successful not only in driving women’s economic empowerment but also in improving food security, addressing gender-based violence and promoting women’s leadership.
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Score: 629134.2 - https://www.fao.org/gender/news/detail/ru/c/1419407/
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Defining the building blocks of gender transformative financial inclusion | Gender | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Gender Background News Insights Projects Resources Special initiatives Defining the building blocks of gender transformative financial inclusion FAO-IFAD webinar showcases gender transformative approaches and tools for women’s financial inclusion, drawing audience of over 200. 10/08/2021 An event co-hosted by FAO and IFAD in the framework of the Joint Programme on Gender Transformative Approaches for Food Security and Nutrition (JP GTA) brought together experts in financial inclusion and women’s empowerment to share examples of transformative approaches that can improve access to financial products and services for rural women. (...) The provision of improved financial services was combined with addressing normative barriers to create greater acceptance among household and community members of the woman’s role as not only as a caregiver but also as an economic agent. (...) VSLAs have proven immensely successful not only in driving women’s economic empowerment but also in improving food security, addressing gender-based violence and promoting women’s leadership.
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Score: 629134.2 - https://www.fao.org/gender/news/detail/en/c/1419407/
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Defining the building blocks of gender transformative financial inclusion | الجنسانية | منظمة الأغذية والزراعة للأمم المتحدة FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español الجنسانية خلفية الأخبار تعليقات المشروعات الموارد مبادرات خاصة Defining the building blocks of gender transformative financial inclusion FAO-IFAD webinar showcases gender transformative approaches and tools for women’s financial inclusion, drawing audience of over 200. 10/08/2021 An event co-hosted by FAO and IFAD in the framework of the Joint Programme on Gender Transformative Approaches for Food Security and Nutrition (JP GTA) brought together experts in financial inclusion and women’s empowerment to share examples of transformative approaches that can improve access to financial products and services for rural women. (...) The provision of improved financial services was combined with addressing normative barriers to create greater acceptance among household and community members of the woman’s role as not only as a caregiver but also as an economic agent. (...) VSLAs have proven immensely successful not only in driving women’s economic empowerment but also in improving food security, addressing gender-based violence and promoting women’s leadership.
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Score: 629134.2 - https://www.fao.org/gender/news/detail/ar/c/1419407/
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Table 1: Distribution of audit ratings for 2019 Year 2019 2018 2019 2018 Report ratings Internal audits and reviews Project audits Internal audits and reviews Project audits Weighted report ratings* Per cent of total Weighted report ratings* Per cent of total Satisfactory 0 38 0 42 19.0 45% 21 50% Partially satisfactory – Some improvement needed 2 5 3 4 4.5 11% 5 12% Partially satisfactory – Major improvement needed 3 1 2 0 3.5 8% 2 5% Unsatisfactory 0 1 3 2 0.5 1% 4 10% No rating** 13 3 8 2 14.5 35% 10 23% Total 18 48 16 50 42 100% 42 100% * As indicated in paragraph 5, project audit reports have been weighted to count 50 per cent. (...) While 45 per cent of audits had a satisfactory rating (50 per cent in 2018), the audits nonetheless identified areas for improvement. 6. In addition to the criteria above on the audit ratings for individual audits, the below quantitative and qualitative data was considered as part of forming the overall opinion for 2019: · Quantitative matters – (a) for project financial audits in 2019, the cumulative financial impact of project audit reports with a qualified opinion was $339,413 ($781,431 in 2018)[footnoteRef:1]; (b) for project internal control reports, the financial impact of audit observations was $10,853 ($69,928 in 2018); (c) in 2019, IAIG substantiated $78,302 in fraud, compared to $130,725 in 2018; and (d) in 2019, IAIG identified nil payments to sanctioned vendors ($93,588 in 2018); and $3,000 in duplicate payments ($15,283 in 2018). [1: The financial impact of project audits for 2019 relates to one project. (...) Based on the scope of work undertaken in 2019, in IAIG’s opinion, the adequacy and effectiveness of the governance, risk management and control in the reports issued in 2019 were, in aggregate, “partially satisfactory (some improvement needed)”. This means that they were generally established and functioning but needed some improvement.
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Score: 628946.44 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ion/DPOPS2020-2_Annex%205.docx
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MOHAMED TRAORE, COUNSELOR AT THE PERMANENT MISSION OF MALI TO THE UNITED NATIONS ON AGENDA ITEM 143: IMPROVING THE FINANCIAL SITUATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS AT THE SECOND RESUMED PART OF THE SEVENTY-FIFTH SESSION OF THE FIFTH COMMITTEE OF THE UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY (New York, 14 May 2021) Mr. (...) I have the honor to deliver this statement on behalf of the African Group on agenda item 143: Improving the financial situation of the United Nations. 2. (...) The Group wishes to applaud the Secretary-General and the Secretariat for the effort undertaken, including austerity measures that are aimed at improving the financial position of the Organization.
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Score: 628837.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...ituation_Mali_AfricanGroup.pdf
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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. If relevant, please give examples of how the Global Strategy has supported your efforts to improve the health of women and children. Answer: Helped in redirection of efforts and resource with strong commitment from both development partners and government (local component) towards improvement of maternal health. 44. (...) Answer: Both technical and financial support.
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Score: 628827.15 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...ions/pmnch2012_quest_sudan.pdf
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Internal Audit Unit (P5) (3 posts) Carry out audits, inspections, investigations and other oversight work to ensure efficient and effective management and use of the financial, human, technological and intangibles resources of ITU, and/or to provide recommendations to the management on improving the working methods and activities. (...) Refine work measurements, cost accounting standards and cost allocation approaches. 4.5 Accounts Division (P5) Effectively manage and monitor all ITU’s accounts; provide expert advice on accounting practices; manage the ITU's financial investments; improve cash management. Participate in the elaboration of the financial rules and regulations in conformity with the applicable standards. (...) Recommend and implement improved policies and introduce business models so as to achieve a balance between free (including free access over the Internet) and paid distributions. 5.6 Management and Planning Unit (P3) Provide operational and budgetary planning and financial management of the Department.
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Score: 628663.5 - https://www.itu.int/council/gr...g/2007/18Jun/pd/GS-restruc.doc
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Internal Audit Unit (P5) (3 posts) Carry out audits, inspections, investigations and other oversight work to ensure efficient and effective management and use of the financial, human, technological and intangibles resources of ITU, and/or to provide recommendations to the management on improving the working methods and activities. (...) Refine work measurements, cost accounting standards and cost allocation approaches. 4.5 Accounts Division (P5) Effectively manage and monitor all ITU’s accounts; provide expert advice on accounting practices; manage the ITU's financial investments; improve cash management. Participate in the elaboration of the financial rules and regulations in conformity with the applicable standards. (...) Recommend and implement improved policies and introduce business models so as to achieve a balance between free (including free access over the Internet) and paid distributions. 5.6 Management and Planning Unit (P3) Provide operational and budgetary planning and financial management of the Department.
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Score: 628663.5 - https://www.itu.int/council/gr...g/2007/18jun/pd/GS-restruc.doc
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Answer: Financial constraints and human resources shortage. 9. (...) Answer: Yes (please describe which networks, and how they have contributed, or intend to contribute, to improving RMNCH):: Programme assessment e.g EMONC assessment. (...) Please indicate your level of agreement with the following statement. 13 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): Strongly agree 43.
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Score: 628584.38 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...ons/pmnch2012_quest_malawi.pdf
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No 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? (...) No 40.1 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? (...) Strongly agree Agree Disagree Strongly disagree Don’t know 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) 43.
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Score: 628534.47 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...h2012report_webannex1b_rev.pdf
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