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Block 0 Modules Elements Metrics Targets Status & Remarks Performance Improvement Area 1: Airport Operations ACDM 1. (...) Target 2: c. N/A Status – N/A Performance Improvement Area 2: Globally Interoperable Systems and Data AMET 1. (...) Target 2: Implement in Dec 2005 c. Yes Status - Implemented Performance Improvement Area 4: Efficient Flight Paths CCO 1.
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Score: 826447.3 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...ASBU/NANP-Guatemala-180807.pdf
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Western Asia may reach its poverty reduction target by 2015. Education and gender equality improving but not quickly enough Access to primary education in Western Asia continues to improve. (...) However, the region has made significant progress in improving child under- nutrition. The proportion of underweight children under age five declined from 14 per cent in 1990 to 6 per cent in 2012, which means Western Asia met its MDG target ahead of 2015. (...) The proportion of the population using an improved water source increased from 85 per cent to 91 per cent between 1990 and 2012, which puts the region within reach of meeting its target by 2015.
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Score: 826365.2 - https://www.un.org/millenniumg...GReport2014_PR_WesternAsia.pdf
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For further information on SDGS in UNECE countries please consult https://w3.unece.org/sdghub/   Health-relevant air quality data informing policy and public Several SDG targets and corresponding SDG indicators for UNECE countries relate to improving air quality, please refer for further information to the UNECE-SDG-Dashboard and WHO as described in the following. (...) id=52 Towards clean, renewable and efficient energy use  SDG target 7 and its corresponding SDG indicators for UNECE countries aim to improve future energy supply, please refer for further information to the UNECE-SDG-Dashboard as described in the following. (...) id=23   For the objective of the energy related SDG target 7.3 – on energy efficiency: “By 2030, double the global rate of improvement in energy efficiency” To explore the situation in the countries, please refer to the energy related indicator 7.3.1 Energy intensity level of primary energy, MJ/constant 2011 PPP GDP see: https://w3.unece.org/SDG/en/Indicator?
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Score: 826353.1 - https://unece.org/key-resources-sdgs
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Outcome Indicators, Baselines and Targets Data source, frequency of data collection, and responsibilities Indicative CPF Outputs, Indicators, Baselines and Target Major partners and partnership frameworks Indicative resources for Outcome 1 Outcome Indicator 1.1 : # of resourced and implemented local development plans at districts level Baseline : 48 districts implement local development plans Target : 150 districts Outcome Indicator 1.2: # of population access essential public services Baseline: tbd Target: tbd Data source: UNDP local governance assessment and Third-party Monitoring Agents Frequency : Quarterly Responsibility : UNDP Output 1.1 : Capacities developed for inclusive, formal and informal local governance systems Indicator 1.1.1: # of resourced and implemented local development plans at districts level Baseline : 48 districts implement local development plans Target : 150 districts Indicator 1.1.2: # of population excess basic services by sex and age group Baseline: tbd Target: tbd Output 1.2 : Public security and access to justice improved, with a focus on women and marginalised groups Indicator 1.2.1: Number and proportion of the population who have access to justice, disaggregated by sex and groups Baseline: tbd Target: tbd Indicator 1.2.1: # of Rule of Law related institutions rehabilitated and operationalized Baseline : 0 Target : 20 Output 1.3 : Local authorities’ capacity economic recovery and development planning capacity improved Indicator 1.3.1: # of population benefited from the revived livelihood assets by sex and groups Baseline: tbd Target : tbd Output 1.4 : Yemeni Women empowered to participate in local and national level decision-making fora Indicator 1.4.1 : Proportion of women with decision-making authority at the local authorities Baseline: 10% Target : 30% · PBSO · UNICEF · UNWomen · UNHCR · UNODC · PWP · US INL · Netherlands · Japan · EU Regular: US$ 1 million Other: US$ 50 million Sustainable Development Goal: End poverty in all its forms everywhere. (...) CSN Outcome 2: Yemenis improve their livelihoods and access inclusive productive services. (...) Outcome Indicators, Baselines and Targets Data source, frequency of data collection, and responsibilities Indicative CPF Outputs, Indicators, Baselines and Target Major partners and partnership frameworks Indicative resources for Outcome 3 Outcome Indicator 3.1 : Number of operationalised local peace agreements Baseline : 0 Target : 2 (Hodeidah and Taiz) Data source : PSF / OSESGY Frequency : Quarterly Responsibility : OSESGY, UNRCO and UNDP Output 3.1: Relevant mine action organisations capacitated to provide Yemen with a safe environment Indicator 3.1.1 : National and sub-national governments have improved capacities to plan, budget, manage and monitor basic services Baseline : 2 Target : 4 Output 3.2: Support provided to the implementation of local peace agreements Indicator 3.2.1 : # of supported/rehabilitated infrastructures and essential services for confidence and peace building Baseline : 0 Target : 4 (Port, Power Plant and 2 corridors for humanitarian assistance delivery Output 3.3: Support provided to tackle root causes of conflict at the local level with a focus on women’s empowerment Indicator 3.3.1 : # of mitigated local conflicts and # of initiatives to prevent the risk of conflict Baseline : 45 Social Cohesion Interventions Target : 150 Social Cohesion Interventions Indicator 3.3.2 : Proportion of women in leadership positions within the social dialogue and reconciliation mechanisms that promote peaceful, just and inclusive societies Baseline : 10% Target : 30% · OSESGY · RCO · WFP · US DoS · USAID · Japan · UK · Germany · Netherlands · KSA · UAE · DfID · Denmark · Canada · Switzerland · France Regular: US$ 1.6 million Other: US$ 100 million
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Score: 826323.6 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...emen%20RRF%202019%20-2020.docx
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In the framework of the Convention, UNECE is strengthening the capacity of national experts to improve and maintain emission inventories of air pollutants 3 | P a g e and develop emission projections and reduction targets. (...) The capacity-building programme under the Convention also contribute to SDG targets 11.6 and 12.4, among others. The Batumi Action for Cleaner Air (BACA), is an initiative supporting national efforts for improving air quality and protecting public health and ecosystems, which was endorsed at the 8th Environment for Europe Ministerial Conference (Batumi, Georgia, 2016). (...) Furthermore, the Protocol can thereby translate and operationalize the achievement of SDG 6 in the national context, depending on the country capacity and needs. The national targets already developed in the context of the Protocol are aimed at providing access to clean water and safe sanitation for all, as well as improving water quality and increasing water-use efficiency.
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Score: 826230.4 - https://unece.org/DAM/operact/...an_Brochure_January2019_01.pdf
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It opens with a review of the current status of sanitation and an assessment of progress towards the sanitation target included in the MDGs. The report also introduces a separate assessment of global, regional and country progress using the ‘sanitation ladder’ - a new way of analysing sanitation practices that highlights trends in using improved, shared and unimproved sanitation facilities and the trend in open defecation. (...) It also details progress towards the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) target for drinking- water supply and sanitation (target 7c). (...) id_document=1275 www.wsp.org/UserFiles/file/319200725615_312007101903_MDGs_All_final3_high.pdf This Status Overview examines countries’ level of preparedness to meet the targets, the financing requirements and gaps, the sustainability of the sector and includes recommendations for each country regarding steps needed to improve performance.
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Score: 826080.2 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...t_water_and_sanitation_eng.pdf
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This revised Web Annex 2 contains two adjustments as follows: a) The indicator as previously proposed 5.2.B: Proportion of countries that have effectively implemented their strategies to strengthen antimicrobial resistance (AMR) surveillance systems in food and agriculture is removed following guidance from the 128th Session of the Programme Committee to further clarify and improve the proposed indicator; 1 and b) The end-2021 target for Key Performance Indicator 10.3.F: Percentage of staff who agree that FAO has effective policies, processes and procedures to address harassment and other unacceptable behaviour, previously marked as N/A, is now indicated. (...) SDG 17.18.1) 40% 50% 6.2.B: Proportion of FAO statistical processes of good quality on the basis of the FAO Statistical Quality Assurance Framework (SQAF). 80% 85% OUTPUT 6.2.1: Methods and standards for the collection, processing, dissemination, and use of food and agriculture statistics, including the 21 SDG indicators for which FAO is custodian, developed and shared OUTPUT 6.2.2: Support provided to strengthen the capacity of national statistical systems to collect, analyse and disseminate food and agriculture statistics, including the 21 SDG indicators for which FAO is custodian OUTPUT 6.2.3: High quality and internationally comparable food and agriculture statistics, including the 21 SDG indicators for which FAO is custodian, produced and disseminated by FAO and accessed by the international community OUTPUT 6.2.4: FAO statistics governance and coordination strengthened in order to improve harmonization, quality, and consistency of statistical activities across the organization 14 CL 164/3-WA2 Rev.1 OBJECTIVE 6 TECHNICAL QUALITY, STATISTICS AND CROSS CUTTING THEMES (CLIMATE CHANGE, GENDER, GOVERNANCE AND NUTRITION) 6.3: Quality services and coherent approaches to work on gender equality and women’s empowerment that result in strengthened country capacity to formulate, implement and monitor policies and programmes that provide equal opportunities for men and women Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 6.3.A: Number of gender mainstreaming minimum standards implemented 14 15 6.3.B: Number of performance standards of revised UN SWAP on gender met or exceeded by FAO 10 15 OUTPUT 6.3.1: Member countries are supported within the SOs by the Gender Unit to develop their capacities consistent with FAO’s minimum standards for gender mainstreaming and targeted interventions OUTPUT 6.3.2: Institutional mechanisms and staff capacities are established or strengthened to support countries’ initiatives aimed at addressing gender equality 6.4: Quality services for more inclusive and effective governance norms, mechanisms and institutions at global, regional and national level and in the Strategic Objective programmes Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 6.4.A: Number of selected global governance mechanisms or processes where FAO exercises a leadership role that promotes progress on issues related to the five Strategic Objectives 3 3 6.4.B: Number of instances where FAO’s contribution on governance has promoted progress in relation to the five Strategic Objectives at national and regional level 20 20 OUTPUT 6.4.1: FAO’s contribution to selected global governance mechanisms is improved in quality and consistency OUTPUT 6.4.2: Key national and regional governance issues are identified and options for appropriate targeted advice are formulated 6.5: Quality and coherence of FAO’s work on nutrition ensured through mainstreaming of nutrition across the Strategic Objectives and strengthening FAO’s contribution in the international nutrition architecture Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 6.5.A: Number of global nutrition mechanisms/processes with FAO contributions where progress on ICN2 follow-up has been reported 5 5 6.5.B: Progress made in incorporating nutrition concerns, considerations and objectives into Country Programming Frameworks and in developing capacities of FAO staff to assist governments in mainstreaming nutrition (Percentage increase compared to the previous biennium) *Baseline to be determined by end 2017 25% 25% OUTPUT 6.5.1: Quality and coherence of FAO support to UN System operational and policy coordination on nutrition improved OUTPUT 6.5.2: FAO’s capacity strengthened for supporting Member countries in implementing ICN2 Rome Declaration on Nutrition and Framework for Action OUTPUT 6.5.3: Common standards and corporate approach for mainstreaming nutrition developed and implemented through the SOs CL 164/3-WA2 Rev.1 15 OBJECTIVE 6 TECHNICAL QUALITY, STATISTICS AND CROSS CUTTING THEMES (CLIMATE CHANGE, GENDER, GOVERNANCE AND NUTRITION) 6.6: Quality and coherence of FAO’s work on climate change ensured in line with the climate change strategy through mainstreaming across the Strategic Objectives and strengthening FAO’s contribution to the national, regional and international climate change architecture Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 6.6.A: Number of countries supported by FAO to implement and/or further develop the agricultural components of their Nationally Determined Contributions under the Paris Agreement. (...) Green Climate Fund, UNFCCC, Agenda 2030) 24 24 OUTPUT 6.6.1: FAO capacity is enhanced to support member countries in implementing the agricultural components of their climate change policies and plans, in particular Nationally Determined Contributions, as well as the climate components within their agricultural development policies and plans OUTPUT 6.6.2: FAO participation in selected global and regional technical, financing and policy related dialogues on Climate action is increased in quantity and frequency CHAPTER 7: TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROGRAMME Outcome statement – TCP delivered effectively, in full alignment with SOs, and in support of the implementation of the CPF results 7.1: TCP management and support Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 7.1.A Approval rate of TCP resources against 2018-19/2020-21 appropriation 100% 100% 7.1.B Delivery rate of TCP projects against 2016-17/2018-19 appropriation 100% 100% 16 CL 164/3-WA2 Rev.1 FUNCTIONAL OBJECTIVE 8: OUTREACH Outcome statement - Delivery of FAO’s objectives is supported by diversified and expanded partnerships and advocacy, increased public awareness, political support and resources, and enhanced capacity development and knowledge management 8.1: Partnerships, advocacy and capacity development including South-South Cooperation Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 8.1.A Number of strategic partnerships brokered and sustained. 20 20 8.1.B Number of Advocacy initiatives implemented to support corporate activities and Strategic programmes 8 11 8.1.C Number of capacity development methodologies applied in support of the Strategic Programmes 10 10 8.1.D Number of ongoing South-South and Triangular Cooperation agreements and programmes 25 30 Outputs 8.1.1 Key partnerships promoted and strengthened 8.1.2 Advice and support provided to SP teams to mainstream capacity development in FAO’s work 8.1.3 South-South collaboration initiatives among state and non-state actors are effectively contributing to national programmes and initiatives 8.2: Communications Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 8.2.A User traffic to FAO.org (based on the number of sessions on representative pages) N/A N/A 5 8.2.B Level of media presence (number of hits) as measured by Meltwater Media Monitoring Service 23,000 news hits per month 24,000 new hits per month 8.2.C Increase in aggregate number of followers of FAO’s social media accounts (combined) 2.2 million 2.4 million Outputs 8.2.1 New relationships with global, regional and national media forged 8.2.2 Overhaul of the Organization’s worldwide Web and social media presence to align them to its Strategic Objectives 8.2.3 Development and promotion of corporate approaches, tools and methodologies in knowledge dissemination and improved management of information 8.3: Resource Mobilization Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 8.3.A Biennial level of voluntary contributions mobilized (Contribution to SDG indicator 17.9.1 Dollar value of financial and technical assistance committed to developing countries) USD 1.7 billion USD 1.7 billion 8.3.B Percentage of projects with timely closure 70% 80% Outputs 8.3.1 Proactive outreach and marketing of FAO priority areas of work and resource requirements, resulting in an expanded and diversified base of partners with which FAO works 8.3.2 Voluntary contributions mobilized, utilized and accounted consistent with FAO policies 8.3.3 Enhanced organizational capacities for resources mobilization, and effective project cycle management 5 Target to be provided by July 2020 CL 164/3-WA2 Rev.1 17 FUNCTIONAL OBJECTIVE 9: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Outcome statement - IT at FAO provides value through improved utility of digital assets for delivering in all geographical locations through timely, quality, effective and cost-efficient innovative solutions, transformative technologies and external partnerships, underpinned by a set of FAO IT policies and standards Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 9.1.A Level of satisfaction with the provision of IT solutions by strategic business clients, measured by: - percentage of strategic business clients fully satisfied (source: annual client survey) 70% 80% 9.1.B Quality of digital assets available for use by the Organization in support of its work in a secure and timely manner, measured by: 75% 80% - percentage of digital assets (in-house information systems, links to external data sources) that utilize the provided digital platform Outputs 9.1.1 FAO business processes are effectively supported by the provision of cost effective and timely products and services 9.1.2 FAO IT policies, architecture and standards that enable effective delivery of effective and efficient IT solutions are defined, and applied throughout the Organization 9.1.3 Relevant and accurate information assets are secure against unauthorized access and made available to authorized FAO personnel, facilitating their work for the Organization 18 CL 164/3-WA2 Rev.1 FUNCTIONAL OBJECTIVE 10: FAO GOVERNANCE, OVERSIGHT AND DIRECTION Outcome statement - Effective direction of the Organization through enhanced political commitment and collaboration with Member States, strategic management and oversight 10.1: FAO Governance Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 10.1.A Governing body documents delivered according to deadlines and language requirements 100% 100% 10.1.B Implementation of governing body decisions within prescribed deadlines 90% 90% Outputs 10.1.1 Governing and Statutory Bodies serviced effectively, by using modern technology, with improved language services and decisions implemented transparently 10.2: Oversight Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 10.2.A Percentage of audit coverage delivered, including high risk ones 90% (including 100% high risk) 90% (including 100% high risk) 10.2.B The number of countries in which FAO’s strategic relevance and programme effectiveness was assessed through country programme and other major programme evaluations 13 13 Outputs 10.2.1 Strategic and programme evaluations carried out and recommendations made to enhance FAO’s strategic relevance and programme effectiveness 10.2.2 Investigations and risk based audit plan prepared and delivered 10.2.3 Strengthened elements of FAO’s accountability, internal controls and fiduciary frameworks delivered 10.3: Direction Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 10.3.A Share of Strategic Objective Output targets met 85% 85% 10.3.B Percentage of recommendations of strategic evaluations where the agreed management response has been completed by the due date 90% 90% 10.3.C Percentage of high risk audit recommendations which have been completed by due date 80% 80% 10.3.D Percentage of long outstanding audit recommendations (i.e. above 24 months) Below 10% Below 8% 10.3.E Percentage of staff that have completed e-learning on prevention of harassment, sexual harassment and abuse of authority and on protection from sexual exploitation and abuse 85% 90% 10.3.F Percentage of staff who agree that FAO has effective policies, processes and procedures to address harassment and other unacceptable behaviour N/A 70% Outputs 10.3.1 Executive direction provided 10.3.2 Strategic direction, monitoring and reporting delivered 10.3.3 Reliable and timely legal advice is provided to support the Organization’s actions and implementation of its Programme of Work 10.3.4 Quality support delivered to decentralized offices CL 164/3-WA2 Rev.1 19 FUNCTIONAL OBJECTIVE 11: EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE ADMINISTRATION Outcome statement - Maximize effectiveness and work towards ensuring value-for-money in fulfilling fiduciary, policy setting and monitoring and control functions 11.1: Efficient and effective management of human resources Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 11.1.A Time required to recruit staff 120 days 120 days 11.1.B Percentage of member countries that are equitably represented 75% 75% 11.1.C Geographic mobility (posts) 75 75 Outputs 11.1.1 Human resources strategies, policies, procedures and services are effective and efficient and support the attraction, development and retention of a diverse, skilled and motivated workforce 11.2: Efficient and effective management of financial resources Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 11.2.A FAO receives an unmodified opinion on its financial statements, including on its statements of internal control Unmodified external audit opinion (annual) Unmodified external audit opinion (annual) Outputs 11.2.1 Accurate, relevant and timely financial reporting and efficient, effective and well controlled financial services are provided in support of governing bodies, Member Nations, management, resource partners and staff 11.3: Efficient and effective administration Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 11.3.A Level of client satisfaction with quality of service provided* 70% 73% 11.3.B Corporate Environmental Responsibility measured by proportion of FAO office buildings/compounds that shall provide annual data on Greenhouse Gas emissions 86% 88% Outputs 11.3.1 Administrative services and support functions are effective, efficient, streamlined, environmentally sustainable and meet Organizational requirements 11.3.2 Health and productivity of FAO’s workforce are actively promoted by providing streamlined and effective health services to all employees at headquarters and in decentralized offices *Data collected every two years through a client satisfaction survey 20 CL 164/3-WA2 Rev.1 CHAPTER 13: CAPITAL EXPENDITURE Outcome statement - FAO capital investments achieve benefits in terms of a more capable and efficient infrastructure and operating environment to serve the business needs of the Organization and Strategic Objectives delivery Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 13.1.A Percentage of CAPEX allocated to initiatives with defined cost-benefit analysis and benefits realization plan, measured by: annual review 100% 100% 13.1.B Percentage of CAPEX projects that are delivered on time, quality and within budget, measured by: project Portfolio 85% 90% Outputs 13.1.1 Platforms for the management of technical data and information enhanced 13.1.2 Operational and administrative systems adapted to meet new and changing business processes 13.1.3 IT infrastructure and services improved CHAPTER 14: SECURITY EXPENDITURE Outcome statement - FAO employees are able to carry out their functions safely and securely in all locations where the Organization operates 14.1: Safe and secure operating environment for headquarters programme delivery Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 14.1.A Percentage of staff having completed Basic Security Training 90% 100% Outputs 14.1.1 Safe and secure operating environment for headquarters programme delivery is ensured 14.2: Safe and secure operating environment for worldwide programme delivery Key performance indicators Targets (end 2019) Targets (end 2021) 14.2.A Percentage of decentralized offices that comply with Minimum Operating Security Standards (MOSS) 100% 100% 14.2.B Percentage of international staff at decentralized offices that comply with Residential Security Measures (RSM) 100% 100% 14.2.C Percentage of reported security-related incidents at decentralized offices with prompt follow-up 100% 100% 14.2.D Percentage of deployments of field security professionals within 72 hours to assist decentralized offices in security-crisis management, as required 100% 100% Outputs 14.2.1 Safe and secure operating environment for worldwide programme delivery is ensured
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Score: 826017.5 - https://www.fao.org/3/nd023en/nd023en.pdf
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Goal: Improve Maternal Health  Reduction of maternal mortality by three quarters between 1990­2015 is another targeted  goal.  (...) Latest  bio­statistics  indicate  that  the  resistance  to  the  existing  generation of drugs to combat the disease is beginning to rise, thereby posting greater challenges  to attaining the target.  Goal: Ensure Environmental Sustainability  Access to improved drinking water sources especially for the poorest of the poor remains  a challenge. With the  launch of multi­billion rupee, “Clean Drinking Water for All by 2008”,  Government  of  Pakistan  has  further  stepped  up  efforts  to  achieve  the  targets.  Pakistan’s  adaptation  of  MDG  indicator  for  drinking  water  coverage  defines  it,  as  the  proportion  of  population  (urban  and  rural)  with  sustainable  access  to  improved  water  sources  i.e. 
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Score: 825835.45 - https://www.un.org/millenniumg...l/pdf/commitments/pakistan.pdf
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Goal: Improve Maternal Health  Reduction of maternal mortality by three quarters between 1990­2015 is another targeted  goal.  (...) Latest  bio­statistics  indicate  that  the  resistance  to  the  existing  generation of drugs to combat the disease is beginning to rise, thereby posting greater challenges  to attaining the target.  Goal: Ensure Environmental Sustainability  Access to improved drinking water sources especially for the poorest of the poor remains  a challenge. With the  launch of multi­billion rupee, “Clean Drinking Water for All by 2008”,  Government  of  Pakistan  has  further  stepped  up  efforts  to  achieve  the  targets.  Pakistan’s  adaptation  of  MDG  indicator  for  drinking  water  coverage  defines  it,  as  the  proportion  of  population  (urban  and  rural)  with  sustainable  access  to  improved  water  sources  i.e. 
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Score: 825835.45 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/events/2008/20080925pakistan.pdf
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Revised MDG monitoring framework including new targets and indicators, as noted by the 62nd General Assembly, and EGM/BPFA–MDG/2009/BP.2 4 November 2009 ENGLISH only Official list of MDG indicators All indicators should be disaggregated by sex and urban/rural as far as possible. Effective 15 January 2008 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Goals and Targets (from the Millennium Declaration) Indicators for monitoring progress Goal 1: Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger Target 1.A: Halve, between 1990 and 2015, the proportion of people whose income is less than one dollar a day 1.1 Proportion of population below $1 (PPP) per daya 1.2 Poverty gap ratio 1.3 Share of poorest quintile in national consumption Target 1.B: Achieve full and productive employment and decent work for all, including women and young people 1.4 Growth rate of GDP per person employed 1.5 Employment-to-population ratio 1.6 Proportion of employed people living below $1 (PPP) per day 1.7 Proportion of own-account and contributing family workers in total employment Target 1.C: Halve, between 1990 and 2015, the proportion of people who suffer from hunger 1.8 Prevalence of underweight children under-five years of age 1.9 Proportion of population below minimum level of dietary energy consumption Goal 2: Achieve universal primary education Target 2.A: Ensure that, by 2015, children everywhere, boys and girls alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling 2.1 Net enrolment ratio in primary education 2.2 Proportion of pupils starting grade 1 who reach last grade of primary 2.3 Literacy rate of 15-24 year-olds, women and men Goal 3: Promote gender equality and empower women Target 3.A: Eliminate gender disparity in primary and secondary education, preferably by 2005, and in all levels of education no later than 2015 3.1 Ratios of girls to boys in primary, secondary and tertiary education 3.2 Share of women in wage employment in the non-agricultural sector 3.3 Proportion of seats held by women in national parliament Goal 4: Reduce child mortality Target 4.A: Reduce by two-thirds, between 1990 and 2015, the under-five mortality rate 4.1 Under-five mortality rate 4.2 Infant mortality rate 4.3 Proportion of 1 year-old children immunised against measles Goal 5: Improve maternal health Target 5.A: Reduce by three quarters, between 1990 and 2015, the maternal mortality ratio 5.1 Maternal mortality ratio 5.2 Proportion of births attended by skilled health personnel Target 5.B: Achieve, by 2015, universal access to reproductive health 5.3 Contraceptive prevalence rate 5.4 Adolescent birth rate 5.5 Antenatal care coverage (at least one visit and at least four visits) 5.6 Unmet need for family planning Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases Target 6.A: Have halted by 2015 and begun to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS 6.1 HIV prevalence among population aged 15-24 years 6.2 Condom use at last high-risk sex 6.3 Proportion of population aged 15-24 years with comprehensive correct knowledge of HIV/AIDS 6.4 Ratio of school attendance of orphans to school attendance of non- orphans aged 10-14 years Target 6.B: Achieve, by 2010, universal access to treatment for HIV/AIDS for all those who need it 6.5 Proportion of population with advanced HIV infection with access to antiretroviral drugs Target 6.C: Have halted by 2015 and begun to reverse the incidence of malaria and other major diseases 6.6 Incidence and death rates associated with malaria 6.7 Proportion of children under 5 sleeping under insecticide-treated bednets 6.8 Proportion of children under 5 with fever who are treated with appropriate anti-malarial drugs 6.9 Incidence, prevalence and death rates associated with tuberculosis 6.10 Proportion of tuberculosis cases detected and cured under directly observed treatment short course Goal 7: Ensure environmental sustainability Target 7.A: Integrate the principles of sustainable development into country policies and programmes and reverse the loss of environmental resources Target 7.B: Reduce biodiversity loss, achieving, by 2010, a significant reduction in the rate of loss 7.1 Proportion of land area covered by forest 7.2 CO2 emissions, total, per capita and per $1 GDP (PPP) 7.3 Consumption of ozone-depleting substances 7.4 Proportion of fish stocks within safe biological limits 7.5 Proportion of total water resources used 7.6 Proportion of terrestrial and marine areas protected 7.7 Proportion of species threatened with extinction Target 7.C: Halve, by 2015, the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation 7.8 Proportion of population using an improved drinking water source 7.9 Proportion of population using an improved sanitation facility Target 7.D: By 2020, to have achieved a significant improvement in the lives of at least 100 million slum dwellers 7.10 Proportion of urban population living in slumsb Goal 8: Develop a global partnership for development Target 8.A: Develop further an open, rule-based, predictable, non- discriminatory trading and financial system Includes a commitment to good governance, development and poverty reduction – both nationally and internationally Target 8.B: Address the special needs of the least developed countries Includes: tariff and quota free access for the least developed countries' exports; enhanced programme of debt relief for heavily indebted poor countries (HIPC) and cancellation of official bilateral debt; and more generous ODA for countries committed to poverty reduction Target 8.C: Address the special needs of landlocked developing countries and small island developing States (through the Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States and the outcome of the twenty-second special session of the General Assembly) Target 8.D: Deal comprehensively with the debt problems of developing countries through national and international measures in order to make debt sustainable in the long term Some of the indicators listed below are monitored separately for the least developed countries (LDCs), Africa, landlocked developing countries and small island developing States. (...) m=A/RES/60/1). The goals and targets are interrelated and should be seen as a whole.
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Score: 825780.7 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...20-%20MGDSOfficialList2008.pdf
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