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Goal 3: Sustainability Committed to connecting the world Report Strategic Goals Goal 1: Growth Goal 2: Inclusiveness Goal 3: Sustainability Goal 4: Innovation and partnership ITU-R Objectives ITU-T Objectives ITU-D Objectives Inter-Sectoral Objectives Enablers by General Secretariat Goal 3: Sustainability Rollup Image You are here Share Page Content 20 ​​​ ​​​​​​​​​Managing challenges resulting from ICT development ​ ​Outcomes Target 3.1: Cybersecurity readiness should be improved by 40 per cent by 2020​. ​Target 3.2: Volume of redundant e-waste to be reduced by 50 per cent by 2020 ​Target 3.3: Greenhouse gas emissions generated by the telecommunication/ICT sector to be decreased per device by 30 per cent by 2020 Target 3.1 : Cybersecurity readiness should be improved by 40 per cent by 2020 Following the publication of the Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI) of 2014, ITU has initiated a second iteration of the GCI and formed a partnership to bring together other parties involved in measuring cybersecurity. (...) By combining the growth in the average GCI scores with the growth in the number of national cybersecurity strategies and national CIRTs, it will be possible to determine if the 40% improvement target in cybersecurity between 2014 and 2020 has been achieved.
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Score: 840561.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/annual-...rt-2016/goals/Pages/goal3.aspx
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Baseline (2013, unless noted) Year Baseline Actual 2014 Actual 2015 Cumulative targets Implementation rate at mid- point of strategic framework Implementation rate against cumulative target Inclusive Finance Output 1.1 Improved performance of sustainable, healthy, responsible FSPs leveraging UNCDF funds (to be measured in terms of sustainability, portfolio quality, outreach, responsible provision of financial services) Financing for development: effect of UNCDF core funding on resources for inclusive finance 1.1.1 Change from baseline in value of loan portfolio of FSPs leveraged by UNCDF core contribution (denominator) 10 to 1 2013 56 to 1 46 to 1 10 to 1 460% 460% 1.1.2 Change from baseline in value of savings portfolio of FSPs leveraged by total UNCDF core contribution (denominator) 10 to 1 2013 36 to 1 160 to 1 10 to 1 1597% 1597% Sustainability: Improvements in FSP profitability/sustainability. Improvements in portfolio quality 1.1.3 Percentage of FSPs that have audited financial statements 81% 2013 90% 99% 90% 110% 110% 1.1.4 Percentage of FSPs making progress toward profitability targets (return on assets) 73% 2013 75% 76% 80% 95% 95% 1.1.5 Percentage of FSPs meeting portfolio quality targets (PAR 30 days) 55% 2013 59% 62% 80% 78% 78% Responsibly-provided services 1.1.6 Percentage of FSPs that endorse SMART Campaign Client Protection Principles (CPPs) or equivalent 82% 2013 74% 95% 89% 106% 107% Local Development Finance Output 1.2 Improved performance of sustainable, accountable local governments and improved performance of revenue-generating projects. (...) Baseline (2013, unless noted) Year Baseline Actual 2014 Actual 2015 Cumulative targets Implementation rate at mid- point of strategic framework Implementation rate against cumulative target Inclusive Finance Output 2.1 Improved access to and usage of basic financial services as an effective way to reduce vulnerability and shocks 2.1.1 Total number of clients served via products that strengthen client resilience to shocks (MM4P, BTCA, Clean Energy, Micro Insurance) - 2013 4,982,232 6,498,526 6,400,000 203% 179% 2.1.2 Number of product innovations in areas such as youth finance, agricultural/rural finance, mobile money or cash to electronic transitions - 2013 48 28 155 101% 49% Local Development Finance Output 2.2 Improved access to and usage of public and private local investments as an effective way to reduce vulnerability and shocks 2.2.1 Number of new systems targeting vulnerability and shocks in place - 2013 14 5 25 152% 76% 2.2.2 Volume and quality of G2P transfers targeting vulnerability and shocks in place - 2013 1,200,619 NA NA NA NA 2.2.3 Number of innovations in relevant local development finance systems introduced by UNCDF - 2013 NA NA NA NA NA Outcome 3: Policy environments fostered that enable sustainable financing for development Resources: At the mid-point, UNCDF achieved a resource target of US$24 million (against the 2014-2017 target of US$ 58 million) for outcome 3.
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Score: 840530.5 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ession/dp2016-14_Annex%201.doc
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UNDP will work to encourage entrepreneurship, particularly through initiatives that target vulnerable and disadvantaged groups; and assist in improving forms and methods of SME support as well as its sectoral and territorial structure. 23. (...) Energy efficiency in buildings improved. Energy and environment Baseline: 62,595 thousand tCO2 Target: 62,545 thousand tCO2 Indicator: Amount of annual GHG emission (tons of CO2 equivalent) into the atmosphere reduced from improved energy efficiency in buildings. (...) Indicator: All infrastructure and physical security improvements at military bases are completed Baseline: outdated infrastructure and lack of effective security systems at a number of military units Donors: OSCE Baseline: 5 military units Target: 15 military units Target: effective security systems and modern infrastructure is in place 8 Annex.
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Score: 840325.1 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...files/migration/by/BLR_CPD.pdf
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*Vulnerable groups most relevant for this outcome are: poor, women, youth, refugees, returning migrants, people prone to migration, people with disabilities, rural population in remote areas 1.1 No. of improved policies to promote decent work and improve business environment, in line with sustainable development principles adopted Baseline: Target: 0 5 policies improved and adopted - GoA reports - UN Agency programme reports - Periodic qualitative assessment of new policies Assumptions: - Government is committed and sufficient resources made available for development and implementation of the socio-economic reforms Risks: - Worsening global and regional economic situation - Regional instabilities UN Agencies contributing to Output: UNIDO, UNDP, FAO, ILO, IOM, WFP, UNHCR, UNESCO, UNECE, UNCTAD. (...) Democratic governance National development goals: Institutional modernisation of the public administration and governance [footnoteRef:4] – Activities aimed at institutional modernization of the public administration system will adhere to the adopted fundamental policies and will be geared at improving the public efficiency, growth of public resources and their targeted use, improvement of service quality and accessibility, reduction of corruption, transparency of decision‐making, and increased civil society participation in these processes. [4: Armenian Prospective Development Strategy 2014-2025 (2014), Priority 4, pg. 15.] (...) Social services and inclusion National development goals: Improvement of social protection systems [footnoteRef:5] – Activities aimed at improvement of the social protection system will be geared at improvement of the effectiveness of current systems (including improvement of the targeting) and creation of the basis for financial stability in the long‐term, ensuring provision of comprehensive social guarantees, essential reduction of social risks and reduction of poverty. [5: Armenian Prospective Development Strategy 2014-2025 (2014), Priority 3, pg. 15.]
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Score: 840116.2 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...as%20of%201%20June%202015.docx
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A3.2 Organised national clean air dialogues in target countries and improved awareness Human Resources: P3: 4.1 months x 14,000; G5: 1.2 months x 10,000. (...) Organised a subregional workshop on the BAT implementation; https://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/env/documents/2019/AIR/EB/ECE_EB.AIR_144_Add.2__Advance_version_.pdf 5 procedure and BAT covering specific sectors Increased awareness of the experience in introducing BAT and control technologies through organized study tours Improved national capacity to comply with BACA commitments submitted by target countries (b) Technical assistance to further improve reporting of emission inventories under the Convention Improved reporting of emission inventories by the target countries A1.1. Organised a workshop on the development/improvement of emission inventories in one selected country: (c) Assistance to national teams of experts in the development of emission projections, the estimation of base year emissions and the setting of emission reduction targets for 2020 and beyond in the target countries Emission projections developed, base year emission levels estimated and emission reduction targets for 2020 and beyond set by the target countries in accordance with the requirements of the Gothenburg Protocol A.1.
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Score: 839823 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...V_E380_ExemptEXCOMapproval.pdf
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When: 1 September 2015 - 30 September 2016 Development partner(s): ILO/Japan Fund for Building Social Safety Nets in Asia and the Pacific Project Objectives The overall project objectives were – Improving the scope, scale and sustainability of 6 key service providers that target young women age 15–34 in target locations; Empowering 1,500 young women and improving their self-confidence to access secure finance, mutual aid, and rights protection; Improving the capacity of 2,500 young women from low income households to start and improve their businesses through skills acquired in low-cost, community-run entrepreneurship training services (C-BED); Improving economic opportunities and decent work outcomes for women in target locations; and Strengthening national policy, programs and planning to better respond to and promote the rights and interests of young rural women in Cambodia; About C-BED C-BED is unique because of the ‘learning without a trainer’ methodology that is applied through a peer to peer, activity-based group model. Participants work together in small groups to solve problems and through sharing existing knowledge and experiences, entrepreneurs are able to help each other understand formal business concepts, like costing or marketing, and develop stronger skills for business improvement. While the programme was originally designed to target aspiring entrepreneurs and micro and small business owners, the training tools are designed to accommodate any individual with an interest in the relevant training topic. (...) Through establishing linkages to Oxfam’s Savings for Change intervention, the project improved the opportunity targeted young women had to access secure finance for business start-up and improvement
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Score: 839787.6 - https://www.ilo.org/asia/proje...WCMS_569493/lang--en/index.htm
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When: 1 September 2015 - 30 September 2016 Development partner(s): ILO/Japan Fund for Building Social Safety Nets in Asia and the Pacific Project Objectives The overall project objectives were – Improving the scope, scale and sustainability of 6 key service providers that target young women age 15–34 in target locations; Empowering 1,500 young women and improving their self-confidence to access secure finance, mutual aid, and rights protection; Improving the capacity of 2,500 young women from low income households to start and improve their businesses through skills acquired in low-cost, community-run entrepreneurship training services (C-BED); Improving economic opportunities and decent work outcomes for women in target locations; and Strengthening national policy, programs and planning to better respond to and promote the rights and interests of young rural women in Cambodia; About C-BED C-BED is unique because of the ‘learning without a trainer’ methodology that is applied through a peer to peer, activity-based group model. Participants work together in small groups to solve problems and through sharing existing knowledge and experiences, entrepreneurs are able to help each other understand formal business concepts, like costing or marketing, and develop stronger skills for business improvement. While the programme was originally designed to target aspiring entrepreneurs and micro and small business owners, the training tools are designed to accommodate any individual with an interest in the relevant training topic. (...) Through establishing linkages to Oxfam’s Savings for Change intervention, the project improved the opportunity targeted young women had to access secure finance for business start-up and improvement
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Score: 839787.6 - www.ilo.org/asia/projec...WCMS_569493/lang--en/index.htm
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Five training workshops on adopting the proper use of fertilizers and biofertilizers for 240 small farmers in targeted villages. Small farms participate in hands-on deep tillage practices to improve the efficiency of the agricultural soil of 76 acres in the targeted villages. (...) Nasreddine Haji Al-Amin, FAO representative in Egypt, said: “The project achieved many objectives and provided, the people of the targeted villages in Fayoum, the opportunity to benefit from modern agricultural techniques in the cultivation of their crops and agricultural products, which contributes to improving the living conditions of small farmers and improving their economic conditions, which comes in-line with FAO's objectives to end hunger and improve food security and standards of living". The objectives of the project were to improve the livelihoods of small horticultural farmers in the five targeted villages in Fayoum governorate by increasing the competitiveness of their production, thereby improving their economic conditions by adopting a participatory development approach that encourages reliance on Good Agricultural Practices related to land and water efficiency among targeted small farmers.
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Score: 839218 - https://www.fao.org/egypt/news/detail-events/en/c/1263610/
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HIGH LEVEL CONFERENCE ON THE IMPROVEMENT OF SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR) SERVICES IN AFRICA Lomé, TOGO, 10-12 April, 2017 HIGH-LEVEL MEASURES TO BE UNDERTAKEN FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE PROVISION OF SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR) SERVICES IN AFRICA 1. FUNDING States shall ensure that a legal framework is established for a sustainable and adequate funding mechanism of SAR systems and services. Target date: Dec 2018 2. ESTABLISHMENT OF A PROJECT TO IMPROVE SAR SERVICES IN AFRICA AFCAC is requested to establish a Project to support the improvement of SAR Services in Africa. (...) Target date: Dec 2019 6. CAPACITY BUILDING IN SAR States should develop and implement training programmes and plans for capacity building of search and rescue personnel, including those involved in the oversight of SAR Target date: Dec 2018 7.
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Score: 838965.4 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc.../App%20B2_Action%20Plan_en.pdf
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The project contributes to the achievement of SDGs 1 (targets 1.2, 1.3, 1.5, 1.A, 1.B), 2 (targets 2.1, 2.B, 2.C), 7 (targets 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, and 7.A), 10, and 13 (target 13.2.2). (...) UNECE will be in charge of assessing energy consumption by small business in rural areas of Georgia, developing recommendations to reduce energy costs and improve energy efficiency by small business in rural areas, and developing a case study with targeted assistance for small businesses in a selected rural area to introduce energy efficiency measures. (...) Target group and beneficiaries of the project: The target group are small businesses in rural areas, Government officials, and other national stakeholders.
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Score: 838943.6 - https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2022-07/ENERGY~2.PDF
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