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How does the DSL-IP support Mozambique? The project aims to improve management of target conservation area landscapes and enhance the living conditions of communities in and around these conservation areas. (...) It will also strengthen the Biofund to promote financing for addressing drivers of dryland degradation in selected CAs and strengthens of the overall CA system in Mozambique, and it will support project coordination, monitoring of results, and regional cooperation on drylands, including the Miombo Network, Southern Africa Development Community (SADC), and DSL-IP platforms. Component 2 : Improving Conservation Areas Management in Target Landscapes. The project will improve biodiversity conservation management of target CAs, particularly the governance of CAs (including its relationship with surrounding stakeholders), human resources management, infrastructure establishment and maintenance, human-wildlife coexistence, research, resources control and patrolling, and promoting of environmental awareness and strengthening of community-based organizations (CBOs) among local communities.
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Score: 837337 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...country-profiles/mozambique/en
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Degree to which institutions improve their capabilities for protecting, promoting and respecting human rights. 1 - Do not improve 2 - Very partially improve 3 - Partially improve 4 - Largely improve Baseline: 2 Target: 4 Frequency: Annual Indicator 3.1.2. Degree to which institutions improve their capabilities to promote gender equality and women’s rights 1 - Do not improve 2 - Very partially improve 3 - Partially improve 4 - Largely improve Baseline: 2 Target: 4seline: Target: 4 Frequency: Annual Indicator 3.1.3. (...) Degree to which institutions improve their capabilities to provide more efficient, effective and transparent services 1 - Do not improve 2 - Very partially improve 3 - Partially improve 4 - Largely improve Baseline: 2 Target: 4 Source: Project documents and reports Frequency: Annual Output 3.6.
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Score: 836763.8 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...-regular-session/DPDCPARG3.doc
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The gender development index has improved to 0.997, and Viet Nam is ranked 65th globally,[footnoteRef:6] but challenges persist. (...) The aim is to work together to achieve green growth and targets in the nationally determined contribution. (...) Results and resources framework for Viet Nam (2022-2026) NATIONAL PRIORITY: Improving and raising the quality of socialist-oriented market economy institutions, and addressing more effectively the relationship between the State, the market and the society COOPERATION FRAMEWORK OUTCOME INVOLVING UNDP: Outcome 1 – By 2026, people in Viet Nam, especially those at risk of being left behind, will contribute to and benefit equitably from a more sustainable, inclusive and gender-responsive economic transformation based on innovation, entrepreneurship, enhanced productivity, competitiveness and decent work RELATED STRATEGIC PLAN OUTCOME: Outcome 1 – Structural transformation accelerated, particularly green, inclusive and digital transitions Cooperation framework outcome indicator(s), baselines, target(s) Data source, frequency of data collection Indicative country programme outputs Major partners Estimated cost (USD) Indicator 1.1: GDP per capita Baseline: $3,521 Target: Sustained annual growth rate of 4%-4.5% Indicator 1.2 : Proportion of vulnerable employment by sex (modified Goal 8.3.1) Baseline : 54.1% Target: Decreasing about 1% per year Indicator 1.3: Unemployment rate Baseline: 2.48% Target: <3% Indicator 1.4 : Labour productivity Baseline : $5,081 Target : Annual growth rate of 6.5% Indicator 1.5: Human Development Index Baseline: 0.704 (2019) Target: >0.7 Indicator 1.6: Multidimensional poverty rate Baseline : 4.5% Target: Decrease of 1%-1.5% per year General Statistics Office Human Development Report, UNDP (annual) Labour force survey (annual) Socio-Economic Report (annual) Human Development Report, UNDP (annual) General Statistics Office Output 1.1: Next-generation mechanisms to enable vulnerable groups, in particular poor people, ethnic minority women and people with disability, to create and access sustainable jobs and improved livelihoods Indicator 1.1.1: Number of regulatory frameworks that facilitate women from ethnic minorities to develop innovative livelihood opportunities Baseline : 3 Target: 5 Data source: Government reports on national targeted programmes Indicator 1.1.2: Number of functional multi-stakeholder platforms for stronger market linkages and capacities of micro, small and medium-size enterprises Baseline : 0 Target: 2 Data source: Government reports on national targeted programmes Indicator 1.1.3: Number of innovative solutions tested and applied to incentivize sustainable social impact businesses Baseline : 0 Target : 3 Data source: Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) Output 1.2: Evidence-based policy options for sustainable, inclusive and gender-responsive economic transformation agenda and its financing Indicator 1.2.1: Number of mechanisms available to promote outcome-oriented financing and enhanced monitoring of public investment effectiveness towards achievement of the national Sustainable Development Goal targets Baseline: 2 Target: 4 Data source: Joint United Nations programme reports Indicator 1.2.2: Number of reports of government-led national reviews of Sustainable Development Goal implementation (refer IRRF 1.1.3) Baseline: 3 Target: 7 Data source: Government reports Indicator 1.2.3 : Number of policy options to accelerate productivity and competitiveness of domestic firms Baseline: 0 Target: 3 Data source : Government reports Output 1.3: Inclusive, gender-responsive and shock-responsive social protection systems expanded Indicator 1.3.1: Number of social assistance programmes that apply digital self-registration, verification and management for improving transparency, accountability and timeliness of service delivery (refer IRRF 1.2.1) Baseline: 5 provincial programmes Target: At least 2 programmes digitized nationwide Data source: MOLISA Indicator 1.3.2: Proportion of social assistance beneficiaries who receive cash transfers through digital means Baseline: 3% Target: 50% (disaggregated by gender) Data source: MOLISA Indicator 1.3.3: Number of innovative, shock-responsive and inclusive solutions for reforming social assistance policy and programme frameworks adopted Baseline : 0 Target: 2 Data source: MOLISA · National Assembly agencies  · MPI · Ministry of Finance · Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs · Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) · Ministry of Justice · Provinces, ethnic minority women businesses, private enterprises, multi-partner platforms. · ILO · United Nations Industrial Development Organization · International Organization for Migration (IOM) · UNICEF · UN Women · UNEP · Research institutions, Fulbright University · Embassy of Canada · Sustainable Development Goals Fund Regular: $1,800,000 Other: $16,088,340 NATIONAL PRIORITY: Effectively manage and use natural resources; enhance environmental protection and response to climate change; prevent, combat and mitigate natural disasters COOPERATION FRAMEWORK OUTCOME INVOLVING UNDP: Outcome 2 – People in Viet Nam, especially those at risk of being left behind, benefit from and contribute to a safer and cleaner environment resulting from Viet Nam’s effective mitigation and adaptation to climate change; disaster risk reduction and resilience building; promotion of circular economy; provision of clean and renewable energy; and sustainable management of natural resources RELATED STRATEGIC PLAN OUTCOME: Outcome 3 – Resilience built to respond to systemic uncertainty and risk Indicator 2.1: Number of tonnes of CO2 equivalent emitted Baseline: 528.4 million tonnes Target: 673.3 million tonnes Indicator 2.2: Forest area as a proportion of total land area Baseline : 41.89% Target: Baseline maintained Indicator 2.3: Hectares of marine protected areas and special use forest Baseline: Marine protected areas: 213,000 hectares Special use forest: 2.17 million hectares Target: Marine protected areas: 270,271 hectares Special use forest: 2,462,652 hectares Indicator 2.4: Number of deaths, missing persons and injuries attributed to disasters per 100,000 population Baseline: 357 deaths, 876 injuries Target: <250 deaths and injuries Indicator 2.5: Renewable energy share of total final energy consumption Baseline: 25% Target: 28% Government reports to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) (annual) MONRE, MARD (annual) Department of Natural Disaster Prevention and Control (annual) Ministry of Industry and Trade (annual) Output 2.1: Innovative and resilience-building solutions introduced to reduce risks from disasters and climate change and health impacts for vulnerable people Indicator 2.1.1: Number of women and men benefiting from UNDP’s support in the areas of disaster, climate and health Baseline : 120,689 Target: 768,500 (disaggregated by gender) Data source: Government reports Indicator 2.1.2: Provincial disaster management index Baseline: To be established [footnoteRef:16] [16: The first provincial capacity assessment is planned for 2021. ] Target: Score improved by an average 20-point increase in index score across the provinces Data source: Viet Nam Disaster Management Authority Indicator 2.1.3 : Number of insurance products for rural and urban infrastructure (housing, health, education and businesses) against disaster impact Baseline: 0 Target: 2 Data source: Viet Nam Disaster Management Authority Output 2.2: Policies and solutions designed and implemented for transformation to low-carbon development, circular economy and environmental protection Indicator 2.2.1 : Number of tonnes of CO2 equivalent reduction from UNDP-assisted interventions (including renewable energy, energy efficiency, forestry, agriculture) Baseline: 2,187,602 tonnes of CO2 equivalent Target: 3,187,602 tonnes of CO2 equivalent Data source: MONRE Indicator 2.2.2: Number of UNDP-assisted businesses that demonstrate green production and reduction of environmental pollution Baseline: 0 Target: 50 Data source: Ministry of Industry and Trade, MoNRE Indicator 2.2.3 : Number of industrial sectors in which alternative product design is demonstrated for preventing the use of hazardous chemical additives and persistent organic pollutants Baseline: 2 Target: 5 Data source: Ministry of Industry and Trade Output 2.3: Gender-responsive, sustainable and innovative solutions and practices in natural resources, biodiversity conservation and nature-based tourism adopted Indicator 2.3.1:  Number of hectares of forest and marine protected areas restored, created or under improved sustainable management practices supported by UNDP (refer IRRF 4.1.2) Baseline:  Number of hectares of forests: 200,000  Number of hectares of marine protected areas: 8,600  Target:  Number of hectares of forests: 1,000,000  Number of hectares of marine protected areas: 15,000  Data source:  MONRE, MARD Indicato r 2.3.2: Number of women and men benefiting from UNDP-assisted sustainable management of natural resources, forest, non-timber forest products, nature-based tourism, biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services (refer IRRF 4.1.1) Baseline : 834,558 Target: 1,738,533 (disaggregated by gender) Data source: Government reports Indicator 2.3.3: Number of financial solutions executed to mobilize resources for management of biodiversity and ecosystems Baseline : 2 Target: At least 4 Data source: MONRE · National Assembly · MARD · Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) · MPI · Ministry of Transport · Ministry of Construction · 20 provincial peoples’ committees · Viet Nam Association for Small and Medium Enterprises · Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry · UN Women · World Health Organization · UNEP · IOM · European Union · Norwegian Embassy · Asian Development Bank · German Agency for International Cooperation · International Finance Corporation · Global Environment Facility · Green Climate Fund Regular: $4,628,000 Other: $60,216,185 NATIONAL PRIORITY: Continue building the rule of law, socialist, developmental state of integrity and action; intensify the anti-corruption fight, practice thrift and avoid wastefulness; create breakthroughs in administrative reform COOPERATION FRAMEWORK OUTCOME INVOLVING UNDP: Outcome 3 – By 2026, people in Viet Nam, especially those at risk of being left behind, will benefit from and contribute to a more just, safe and inclusive society based on improved governance, more responsive institutions, strengthened rule of law and the protection of and respect for human rights, gender equality and freedom from all forms of violence and discrimination in line with Viet Nam’s international commitments RELATED STRATEGIC PLAN OUTCOME: Outcome 2 – No one left behind, centring on equitable access to opportunities and a rights-based approach to human agency and human development Indicator 4.1 : Proportion of female deputies in National Assembly Baseline: 30.26% Target: More than 30% Indicator 4.6: Proportion of population satisfied with their last experience with public services Baseline: 84.45% Target: 86% Indicator 4.7: Proportion of persons who had at least one contact with a public official and who paid a bribe to a public official, or were asked for a bribe by a public official, during previous 12 months Baseline: Bribe for land use right certificates: 27% Target : <20% Indicator 4.8 : Corruption Perception Index Baseline : Score 36/100 Target : Score between 50 and 59 Indicator 4.11: Number of new and revised laws/policies on protecting the rights of persons with disability supported by the United Nations Baseline: 0 Target: 3 National Assembly Ministry of Home Affairs PAPI Transparency International National Council on Disability Output 3.1: Rule of law institutions and systems strengthened, and implementation of laws monitored to expand access to justice and freedom from discrimination, with a focus on vulnerable groups Indicator 3.1.1: Extent to which government officials and other stakeholders have the knowledge and skills on UN human rights reporting methodology (refer IRRF 2.2.1) Baseline: 2 Target: 4 Data source: Self-assessment reports Rating scale: 1 = Not adequate (25%-50%) 2 = Partial (50%-75%) 3 = Moderate (75%-90%) 4 = Largely/mostly (90% and above) Indicator 3.1.2: Extent of implementation of UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights Baseline: 1 Target: 5 Data source: Office of the Government, Ministry of Justice Rating scale: 1 = Identification of gaps in alignment with UN responsible business principles 2 = Assessment of level of implementation 3 = Action plans available to address implementation gaps 4 = National action plan enacted by the government 5 = Implementation mechanisms initiated Indicator 3.1.3: Number of measures and solutions for enhanced access to legal aid (refer IRRF 2.2.3) Baseline : 4 Target:  6 Data source: Ministry of Justice    Output 3.2: Improved mechanisms for promoting transparency, public participation, integrity, adaptability and accountability, including participation of women and other vulnerable groups​ Indicator 3.2.1: Proportion of citizens with access to information on land use rights certification procedures from e-government portal Baseline: 1.5% Target: 10% (disaggregated by gender) Data source: PAPI Indicator 3.2.2: Number of national and subnational institutions with capacities to accelerate innovation for promoting citizen participation (refer IRRF 2.3.2) Baseline: 7 Target : 16 Data source : Government reports Indicator 3.2.3: Number of evidence-based policy recommendations to improve transparency, public integrity and accountability systems accepted by government Baseline : 2 Target : 8 Data source: Government reports Output 3.3: Gender-responsive, risk-informed and anticipatory capacities supported to improve human security, respond to future crises and sustain peace Indicator 3.3.1: Extent to which national and subnational institutions have the capacities to reduce the impact of explosive ordnance contamination Baseline : 2 Target : 4 Data source: National mine action authorities Rating scale: 1 = Not adequate (25%-50%) 2 = Partial (50%-75%) 3 = Moderate (75%-90%) 4 = Largely/mostly (90% and above) Indicator 3.3.2: Extent to which national systems are strengthened to prevent and combat trafficking in persons and support survivors Baseline: 1 Target : 4 Data source: Ministry of Public Security Rating scale: 1 = Identification of challenges in implementation of laws 2 = Proposal for law revision submitted to National Assembly for approval 3 = Revised law approved by National Assembly 4 = Newly approved law deployed by government Indicator 3.3.3 : Mechanism/tool to project migration flows available for policy development Baseline : No Target: Yes Data source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs Indicator 3.3.4: Number of national and subnational institutions with enhanced anticipatory and adaptive capacities to prevent, mitigate and respond to crises Baseline : 1 Target : 4 Data source: Relevant national authorities Output 3.4: Capacities strengthened to undertake legal, policy and institutional reforms to address structural barriers to gender equality and inclusion of persons with disability Indicator 3.4.1: Extent to which institutional mechanisms for active and meaningful participation of persons with disability in the lawmaking process are functional Baseline : 2 Target : 3 Data source: MOLISA, organizations of persons with disabilities Rating scale: 1 = Not at all 2 = Persons with disability contribute to development of institutional mechanisms 3 = Design of institutional mechanisms approved 4 = Mechanisms fully functional Indicator 3.4.2: Number of evidence-based policy options provided to increase diversity and inclusion in public office, at national and subnational levels Baseline : 1 Target : 4 Data source: UNDP Indicator 3.4.3: Number of mentoring platforms available to improve leadership capacities of women in public and private institutions (refer IRRF 6.2.1) Baseline: 2 Target : 8 Data source: Women’s Union, industry federation · National Assembly agencies · Ministry of Justice · Ministry of Defense · Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) · Ministry of Public Security · Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs · Government Inspectorate · UNICEF · United Nations Population Fund · United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime · United Nations Volunteers · European Union · Norwegian Embassy · Embassy of United Kingdom · Korean International Cooperation Agency · Australian Embassy · Fatherland Front · Women’s Union · National Economics University Regular: $3,250,000 Other: $35,082,475 2 3
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Score: 835469.6 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...kgke326/files/DPDCPVNM3_0.docx
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Number of conflict-affected population with improved access to essential healthcare services Baseline (2019): 10,886 (about 60% female youth) Target (2025): 16,054 (50% female youth) Source : UNDP, annually · Indicator 4.1.5. Number of people benefiting directly from improved socioeconomic conditions and improved human security Baseline (2019): 5,362 (51% women) Target (2025): 14,742 (50% women) Source: UNDP, annually · Indicator 4.1.6. Number of people with improved community resilience against climate-induced multi-hazard natural disasters Baseline (2020): 0 Target (2025): 780 direct beneficiaries (50% female) Source : UNDP, annually Output 4.2.
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Score: 835421.5 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...regular-session/DPDCPGEO4.docx
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Programme of Work and Budget 2018-19 1 CL 163/3-WA4 Web Annex 4: Output indicators and targets 2020-21 CL 163/3-WA4 3 SO1: Contribute to the eradication of hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition Outcome Output Indicator End 2020 Target End 2021 Target (Cumulative) 1.1 Countries made explicit political commitment to eradicate hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition by 2030 1.1.1 Capacities of governments and stakeholders are improved to develop sectoral and cross-sectoral policy frameworks and investment plans and programmes to eradicate hunger, food insecurity and all forms of malnutrition by 2030  Number of policy processes with enhanced human and institutional capacities for the incorporation of food security and nutrition objectives and gender considerations in sectoral policies, investment plans and programmes as a result of FAO support. 80 124 1.1.2 Capacities of governments and stakeholders are improved to develop and implement legal and accountability frameworks to realize the right to adequate food  Number of policy processes with enhanced human and institutional capacities for the incorporation of food security and nutrition objectives and gender considerations in legal and accountability frameworks as a result of FAO support. 14 32 1.2 Countries implemented inclusive governance and coordination mechanisms for eradicating hunger, food insecurity and all forms of malnutrition by 2030 1.2.1 Capacities of governments and stakeholders are improved for food security and nutrition governance  Number of policy processes with enhanced human and institutional capacities for food security and nutrition governance as a result of FAO support. 26 43 4 CL 163/3-WA4 SO1: Contribute to the eradication of hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition Outcome Output Indicator End 2020 Target End 2021 Target (Cumulative) 1.3 Countries made decisions based on evidence for the eradication of hunger, food insecurity and all forms of malnutrition by 2030 1.3.1 Capacities of governments and stakeholders are improved to analyse food insecurity and all forms of malnutrition and the contribution of sectors and stakeholders to the eradication of hunger, food insecurity and all forms of malnutrition by 2030  Number of policy processes with enhanced human and institutional capacities for the analysis of food security and nutrition situation, including the contributions of different sectors, for informed decision-making as a result of FAO support. 15 36 1.3.2 Capacities of governments and stakeholders are improved to monitor and evaluate policies, programmes and legislation relevant to the eradication of hunger, food insecurity and all forms of malnutrition by 2030  Number of policy processes with improved human and institutional capacities for monitoring and evaluating the impact of food security and nutrition policies and programmes for decision-making as a result of FAO support. 15 27 1.4 Countries implemented effective policies, strategies and investment programmes to eradicate hunger, food insecurity and all forms of malnutrition by 2030 1.4.1 Capacities of governments and stakeholders are improved for the allocation and use of financial resources to eradicate hunger, food insecurity and all forms of malnutrition by 2030  Number of policy processes with enhanced human and institutional capacities for allocating and using financial resources for food security and nutrition as a result of FAO support 16 23 1.4.2: Capacities of governments and stakeholders are improved for human resource and organizational development in the food security and nutrition domain  Number of organizations that have strengthened capacities for human resource and organizational development in the food security and nutrition domain as a result of FAO support. 38 75 CL 163/3-WA4 5 SO2: Make agriculture, forestry and fisheries more productive and sustainable Outcome Output Indicator End 2020 Target End 2021 Target (Cumulative) 2.1 Countries adopted practices to increase productivity sustainably while addressing climate change and environmental degradation in agriculture, forestry and fisheries 2.1.1 Innovative practices and technologies piloted, tested or scaled up by producers, to sustainably increase productivity, address climate change and environmental degradation  A) Number of initiatives where innovative practices and technologies are piloted, validated and adapted to sustainably increase productivity and production, while addressing climate change and/or environmental degradation  B) Number of initiatives where innovative practices or the use of technologies are scaled up to sustainably increase productivity and production, while addressing climate change and/or environmental degradation. 32 16 105 43 2.1.2 Capacities of institutions are strengthened to promote the adoption of more integrated and cross-sectoral practices that sustainably increase productivity and production, address climate change and environmental degradation  Number of institutions or organizations that received organizational or technical capacity development support to promote the adoption of more integrated and cross-sectoral practices. 45 170 2.2 Countries developed or improved policies and governance mechanisms to address sustainable production, climate change and environmental degradation in agriculture, fisheries and forestry 2.2.1 Policies, strategies and investment programmes formulated, in support to sustainable agriculture, forestry and fishery, and address climate change and environmental degradation  Number of policies, strategies or investment projects/programmes formulated with substantial support from FAO aiming at making agriculture, forestry and fisheries more productive and more sustainable, and addressing climate change and environmental degradation. 30 81 2.2.2 Government and stakeholders’ capacities improved to facilitate cross-sectorial policy dialogue to develop more integrated strategies and programmes for sustainable agriculture, forestry and fisheries, address climate change and environmental degradation  Number of institutions or organizations that received capacity development support to facilitate cross- sectorial policy dialogue, , to develop more integrated strategies and programmes for sustainable food and agriculture 18 42 6 CL 163/3-WA4 SO2: Make agriculture, forestry and fisheries more productive and sustainable Outcome Output Indicator End 2020 Target End 2021 Target (Cumulative) 2.3 Countries improved implementation of policies and international instruments for sustainable agriculture, fisheries and forestry 2.3.1 Support provided to ensure effective integration of agriculture, forestry and fisheries in international governance mechanisms, in particular in relation to 2030 Agenda, climate change, biodiversity and desertification as well as environmental agendas and instruments relevant to FAO’s mandate  Number of formal session documents with input by FAO submitted to international governance mechanisms, and focusing on sustainable agriculture, forestry and/or fisheries considerations. 12 50 2.3.2 Capacities of institutions strengthened to implement policies and international instruments that foster sustainable production and address climate change and environmental degradation  Number of governmental and other relevant institutions whose capacities were strengthened to implement policies, strategies or governance mechanisms that foster sustainable agricultural production and address climate change and environmental degradation. 12 43 2.4 Countries made decisions based on evidence for sustainable agriculture, fisheries and forestry while addressing climate change and environmental degradation. 2.4.1 Strategic knowledge products developed addressing regional or global issues that integrate information on sustainable production, climate change and environmental degradation  Number of new or substantially updated strategic knowledge products related to sustainable production, climate change and environmental degradation that were developed in an inclusive manner and are published to make them available to countries. 30 120 2.4.2 Capacities of institutions are strengthened to collect, analyse and report data for decision- making on sustainable production, climate change and environmental degradation, including relevant SDGs  Number of institutions that received capacity development support from FAO to collect, analyse and report data for decision making that foster sustainable production, address climate change and environmental degradation, including relevant SDGs. 40 105 CL 163/3-WA4 7 SO3: Reduce rural poverty Outcome Output Indicator End 2020 Target End 2021 Target (Cumulative) 3.1 Rural poor and rural poor organizations empowered to access productive resources, services and markets 3.1.1 Rural organizations and institutions strengthened and collective action of the rural poor facilitated  Number of countries (or regional/ global institutions or processes) in which support was provided to strengthen rural organizations and institutions and facilitate collective action of the rural poor. 3 25 3.1.2 Strategies, policies, guidelines and programmes to improve the rural poor’s access to, and control over, a set of services, finance, knowledge, technologies, markets and natural resources, including in the context of climate change  Number of countries (or regional/ global institutions or processes) in which support was provided to improve the rural poor’s access to, and control over, a set of services, finance, knowledge, technologies, rural infrastructure, markets and natural resources, including in the context of climate change. 6 50 3.1.3 Policy support, capacity development and knowledge generation to accelerate gender equality and rural women’s economic empowerment  Number of countries (or regional/ global institutions or processes) in which support was provided to accelerate gender equality and rural women’s economic empowerment as a pathway out of poverty. 2 16 3.2 Countries enhanced access of the rural poor to productive employment and decent work opportunities, particularly among youth and women 3.2.1 Policy support and capacity development in the formulation and implementation of strategies, policies, guidelines, and programmes to enhance decent rural employment opportunities, entrepreneurship and skills development, especially for youth and women  Number of countries (or regional/ global institutions or processes) in which support was provided to generate decent rural employment opportunities, entrepreneurship and skills development, especially for youth and women. 3 22 3.2.2. Policy support and capacity development to strengthen the application of International Labour Standards in rural areas in order to enhance the quality and safety of jobs, especially as regards child labour and forced labour  Number of countries (or regional/global institutions or processes) in which support was provided to strengthen the application of international labour standards in rural areas in order to enhance the quality and safety of jobs, especially as regards child labour and forced labour. 1 7 8 CL 163/3-WA4 SO3: Reduce rural poverty Outcome Output Indicator End 2020 Target End 2021 Target (Cumulative) 3.3 Countries enhanced access of the rural poor to social protection systems 3.3.1 Policy support, knowledge generation and capacity development, and advocacy provided to expand coverage of social protection to the rural poor, including in fragile and humanitarian contexts  Number of countries (or regional/ global institutions or processes) in which support was provided to expand the coverage of social protection to the rural poor, including in fragile and humanitarian contexts 1 14 3.3.2 Policy support, knowledge generation capacity development, and advocacy provided to enhance synergies amongst social protection, nutrition, agriculture and natural resources management, including climate change  Number of countries (or regional/ global institutions or processes) in which support was provided to enhance synergies amongst social protection, nutrition, agriculture and natural resources management, including climate change. 2 20 3.4 Countries strengthened capacities to design, implement and evaluate gender equitable multi- sectoral policies, strategies and programmes to contribute to the achievement of SDG 1 3.4.1 Strengthened national capacities to design and implement comprehensive, gender equitable, multi-sectoral rural poverty reduction policies, strategies and programmes, including in the context of migration and climate change  Number of countries (or regional/ global institutions or processes) in which support was provided to design and implement comprehensive, gender- equitable, multi-sectoral rural poverty reduction policies, strategies and programmes, including in the context of migration and climate change. 2 25 3.4.2 Data, knowledge and tools provided to promote and evaluate comprehensive, gender equitable, multi-sectoral rural poverty reduction policies and strategies, including in the context of migration and climate change, and monitor progress in rural poverty reduction  Number of countries (or regional/ global institutions or processes) in which support was provided to evaluate comprehensive, multi-sectoral, gender equitable rural poverty reduction policies and strategies, including in the context of migration and climate change, and monitor progress in rural poverty reduction. 3 16 CL 163/3-WA4 9 SO4: Enable more inclusive and efficient agricultural and food systems Outcome Output Indicator End 2020 Target End 2021 Target (Cumulative) 4.1 International standards, agreements and voluntary guidelines formulated to improve countries’ access to, and functioning of, international markets 4.1.1 New and revised international standards for food safety and quality and plant health formulated and agreed by countries to serve as references for international harmonization  Number of new or revised international standards in food safety and quality and plant health, based on new issues considered, draft standards progressed, or new standards adopted 60 128 4.1.2 Countries and their regional economic communities’ capacities reinforced to engage effectively in the formulation of international agreements and voluntary guidelines that promote transparent market actions, enhanced market opportunities and more efficient agricultural and food systems  Number of countries or (regional bodies) for which evidence, capacity development or fora for dialogue in relation to international trade agreements and voluntary guidelines have been provided by FAO 10 30 4.2 Countries designed and implemented policies, regulatory frameworks and institutional arrangements supportive of inclusive and efficient agrifood systems development 4.2.1 Public sector organizations’ capacities strengthened to design and implement national policies, strategies, regulatory frameworks and investments plans supportive of inclusive and efficient in agricultural and food systems development  A) Number of countries in which public sector organizations benefitted from FAO support to strengthen their capacities to design and implement national policies, strategies, regulatory frameworks and investment plans supportive of inclusive and efficient agricultural and food systems development.  B) Number of regional bodies that benefitted from FAO support to strengthen their capacities to design and implement national policies, strategies, regulatory frameworks and investment plans supportive of inclusive and efficient agricultural and food systems development 39 18 63 32 4.2.2 Public and private sector organizations’ capacities strengthened to design and implement market-based institutional arrangements supportive of inclusiveness and efficiency in agricultural and food systems  Number of countries in which public and private sector organizations benefitted from FAO support to strengthen their capacities to design and implement market- based institutional arrangements that are supportive of inclusiveness and efficiency in agricultural and food systems. 7 11 10 CL 163/3-WA4 SO4: Enable more inclusive and efficient agricultural and food systems Outcome Output Indicator End 2020 Target End 2021 Target (Cumulative) 4.3 Countries enhanced public and private sector capacities and increased investments to promote inclusive agro-enterprises and value chain development 4.3.1 Value chain actors equipped with technical and managerial capacities to develop inclusive, efficient and sustainable agricultural and food value chains  Number of countries provided with FAO support to strengthen technical and managerial capacities of value chain actors, including countries in which support was provided to strengthen the capacities of value chain actors to develop gender-sensitive value chains and enable women to benefit equally. 26 61 4.3.2 Public and private sector organizations capacities strengthened to increase investments in, and design and implement financial instruments and services and risk management mechanism for efficient and inclusive agricultural and food systems  Number of countries receiving FAO support to increase responsible investments in, or to design and implement financial instruments and services and risk management mechanisms for, efficient and inclusive agricultural and food systems 14 24 4.4 Countries made decisions based on evidence to support agrifood systems development 4.4.1 Up-to-date global market information and analysis provided to promote transparent markets and enhanced global and regional domestic trade and market opportunities  Number of FAO market information, analytical and knowledge products published. 63 165 4.4.2 Public sector organizations equipped to establish systems to monitor and analyse the impacts of trade, food, and agriculture policies on national agricultural and food systems  Number of countries benefiting from FAO support to establish systems to monitor and analyse the impacts of trade, food, and agriculture policies on national agriculture and food systems 5 12 CL 163/3-WA4 11 SO5: increase the resilience of livelihoods to threats and crises Outcome Output Indicator End 2020 Target End 2021 Target (Cumulative) 5.1 Countries adopted or implemented legal, policy and institutional systems and frameworks for risk reduction and crisis management 5.1.1 National/ Regional capacities of government and public organizations strengthened to formulate and promote risk reduction and crisis management policies, strategies, plans and investment programmes  A) Number of countries or regions that formulated and institutionalized a strategy/plan for risk reduction and crisis management as a result of FAO support  B) Number of normative global and regional products that support countries in formulating and promoting risk reduction and crises management policies, strategies, plans and investment programme. 15 58 34 155 5.1.2 Coordination mechanisms are improved and resources mobilized for risk reduction and crisis management  Number of countries or regions that improved resource mobilization and coordination mechanisms for risk reduction and crises management as a result of FAO support. 10 17 5.2 Countries made use of regular information and early warning against potential, known and emerging threats 5.2.1 Mechanisms set up or improved to identify, monitor threats, and assess risks and deliver integrated and timely Early Warning  Number of countries or regions that have improved threat monitoring mechanisms/systems to enhance delivery of early warnings as a result of FAO support. 15 35 5.2.2 National capacities improved to assess vulnerability and measure resilience  Number of countries or regions that improved resilience/vulnerability mapping and analysis as a result of FAO support 12 16 5.3 Countries reduced risks and vulnerability at household and community level 5.3.1 Capacities of government, communities and other key stakeholder strengthened to implement prevention and mitigation good practices to reduce the impacts of threats and crises  Number of countries with improved application of integrated and/or sector-specific standards, technologies and practices for risk prevention and mitigation as a result of FAO support 17 35 5.3.2 Communities equipped with vulnerability reduction practices and measures  Number of countries with improved application of measures that reduce vulnerability and strengthen resilience of communities at risk of threats and crisis as a result of FAO support 16 36 12 CL 163/3-WA4 SO5: increase the resilience of livelihoods to threats and crises Outcome Output Indicator End 2020 Target End 2021 Target (Cumulative) 5.4 Countries prepared for and managed effective responses to disasters and crises 5.4.1 Capacities of national authorities and stakeholders reinforced for emergency preparedness to reduce the impact of crises  Number of countries or regions benefiting from FAO support to uptake standards, guidelines and practices for hazard and sector specific emergency preparedness 18 24 5.4.2 Humanitarian assistance for livelihood saving timely delivered to crises affected communities  Number of countries or regions affected by a crisis impacting agriculture in which FAO provided timely, nutrition and gender-sensitive responsive crisis response 12 22
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Score: 834747.7 - https://www.fao.org/3/nb419en/nb419en.pdf
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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: c. N/A Status - N/A Performance Improvement Area 3: Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights ACAS 1.
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Score: 834621.8 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...SBU/NANP-SaintLucia-171003.pdf
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Capacity of relevant organizations to incorporate regional/local characteristics into national and sub-national social services provision programmes, in order to improve quality and quantity of such services, is further improved. 1.3.1 .A locally tested data gathering structure and system useful for social development planning and improved targeting in place (Y/N). 1.3.2.Number of trained government staff who have increased knowledge on how to utilize evidence based programming 1.3.3.Number of knowledge products, Standard Operating Procedures and working mechanisms to operationalise and coordinate evidence based programming Baseline: Target: National development reports National Statistics Desk review of relevant documents; e.g. project reports Pilot site evaluations and project reports Training / evaluation reports, knowledge surveys Access to relevant public data as appropriate Support for sustainability of the projects Constraints to test the proposed models; Constraints in adapting the “inclusive growth” approaches MWSS, MoInterior, SPAC, UNCT Output 1.4. (...) Improved national and sub-national capacities contribute to people living in/most at risk of capability poverty having enhanced access to and participating in education, health and social protection programmes which contribute to national human capital development. 2.1.percentage of people at risk of capability poverty utilising new integrated human (capital) development programmes in targeted communities 2.2. (...) Number of guidelines, standards and knowledge products developed, improved and piloted in accordance with national context Baseline: Target: National Development Reports National Statistics Evaluation reports from Training Reports and plans of targeted sectors and institutions Documents (guidelines, SOPs, manuals, and models) Access to relevant public data as appropriate Support for sustainability of the projects Constraints to test the proposed models Constraints in adapting the introduced new best practices MOHME, UNCT OUTPUT 2.2: National PHC services, with a special focus on suburbs upgraded. 2.2.1.
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Score: 834610.1 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...F%20RRF-13%20August%202011.doc
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Expected accomplishments of the Secretariat Indicators of achievement (a) Better understanding of policy choices at the national and international levels and their implications for faster and more stable growth and hunger and poverty eradication in developing countries as a result of policy advocacy (a) Increased number of endorsements of policy recommendations and acknowledgement of research findings by member States Performance measures 2004-2005: 31 new endorsements/ acknowledgements Estimate 2006-2007: 30 new endorsements/ acknowledgements Target 2008-2009: 30 new endorsements/ acknowledgements (b) Progress towards debt sustainability in developing countries through better debt and financial management and, as appropriate, debt rescheduling or debt relief (b) (i) Increased number of institutions using the Debt Management and Financial Analysis System Performance measures 2004-2005: 95 institutions Estimate 2006-2007: 97 institutions Target 2008-2009: 100 institutions (ii) Increased number of countries having improved external debt positions Performance measures 2004-2005: 18 countries Estimate 2006-2007: 19 countries Target 2008-2009: 19 countries (c) Improved empirical and statistical foundations and informational base for decision-making at the national and international levels on trade, financial and economic policies and on development strategies (c) Increased number of requests from outside users for statistical publications and information materials in both electronic and hardcopy format Performance measures 2004-2005: 21,400 requests Estimate 2006-2007: 23,000 requests Target 2008-2009: 25,000 requests (d) Improved policy and institutional environment and enhanced international cooperation in the development of the Palestinian economy by strengthening UNCTAD activities in this field through the provision of adequate resources (d) Increased number of new policy and legislative measures and international cooperation initiatives taken Performance measures 2004-2005: 10 new measures/initiatives Estimate 2006-2007: 10 new measures/ initiatives Target 2008-2009: 10 new measures/initiatives UNCTAD Subprogramme 3. (...) Expected accomplishments of the Secretariat Indicators of achievement (a) Improved trade logistics of developing countries through, inter alia, strengthening of transport efficiency, trade facilitation and customs and legal frameworks (a) Increased number of specific new actions taken by developing countries to improve transport efficiency and trade facilitation Performance measures 2004-2005: 10 new actions Estimate 2006-2007: 20 new actions Target 2008-2009: 20 new actions (b) Improved awareness and understanding by developing countries of the policy and strategy options of the economic applications of information and communication technologies (b) Increased number of specific new actions taken by developing countries to address the economic implications of information and communication technologies Performance measures 2004-2005: 20 new actions Estimate 2006-2007: 28 new actions Target 2008-2009: 28 new actions (c) Strengthened capacities in developing countries in the fields of trade, investment and trade-supporting services through human resources development, networking and sustainable use of information technology (c) (i) Increased number of specific new actions taken by developing countries to strengthen their capacities in the fields of trade, investment and trade-supporting services Performance measures 2004-2005: Not available Estimate 2006-2007: 15 new actions Target 2008-2009: 15 new actions (ii) Number of Government officials trained who consider that “paragraph 166” courses (training courses on key issues on the international economic agenda) have significantly contributed to the understanding of key issues on the international economic agenda Performance measures 2004-2005: 40 governmental officials who consider the courses beneficial Estimate 2006-2007: 60 governmental officials who consider the courses beneficial Target 2008-2009: 80 governmental officials who consider the courses beneficial ECA Subprogramme 1. (...) Expected accomplishments of the Secretariat Indicators of achievement (a) Improved capacity of member States to design, implement and monitor sound macroeconomic policies and better institutional frameworks, in order to achieve sustainable development, consistent with the priorities of NEPAD (a) Increased number of countries adopting growth-enhancing policies and strategies Performance measures 2004-2005: 10 countries Estimate 2006-2007: 15 countries Target 2008-2009: 20 countries (b) Improved capacity of African countries to participate effectively in bilateral, regional and multilateral trade negotiations (b) Increased number of African countries adopting better-informed positions on trade-related issues and issues concerning the World Trade Organization and Economic Partnership Agreements negotiations Performance measures 2004-2005: 4 countries Estimate 2006-2007: 6 countries Target 2008-2009: 8 countries (c) Increased capacity to develop and implement trade and development finance policies and programmes to promote international competitiveness (c) Increased number of officials (stakeholders) benefiting from ECA activities who indicate they can use or have used knowledge and skills imparted to them by ECA to develop and implement trade and finance policies and programmes Performance measures 2004-2005: 60 officials Estimate 2006-2007: 100 officials Target 2008-2009: 150+ officials (d) Increased capacity to design and implement policies and programmes that create an enabling environment for enhancing the international competitiveness of African industrial and other productive sectors in order for member States to benefit from globalization (d) Number of countries benefiting from ECA activities that indicate they can use or have used knowledge and skills acquired with assistance from the Trade and Economic Development Division of ECA Performance measures 2004-2005: not available Estimate 2006-2007: 2 countries Target 2008-2009: 5 countries ESCAP Subprogramme 4.
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Score: 834219.8 - https://www.un.org/esa/ecesa/p...SA%20International%20Trade.doc
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UNDT/2012/117 Page 3 of 7 8. The performance improvement plan was reviewed on 20 June 2012. On this occasion, the Applicant’s first reporting officer observed that she had improved in the competency of planning and organizing but that she had not been able to improve the communication competency. 9. (...) In addition, the end-of-cycle appraisal “should have not given immediate reason to enforce the performance improvement plan” as she had met two of the three goals identified in the performance improvement plan and she had been assessed as fully competent in the core values. (...) Remedial measures may include … the institution of a time-bound performance improvement plan, which should include clear targets for improvement, provision for coaching and supervision by the first reporting officer in conjunction with performance discussions, which should be held on a regular basis. 10.3 If the performance shortcoming was not rectified following the remedial actions indicated in section 10.1, a number of administrative actions may ensue, including … the non-renewal of an appointment … 20.
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Score: 833618.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-117.pdf
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5 •Reduced vulnerability to water-related hazards boosts investments, production and development •Reduced ecosystems degradation boosts local- level sustainable development •Improved health from better quality water increases productive capacities •Water as a factor of production in homestead gardening, agriculture, animal husbandry, cottage industry and in many other types of economic activity •Investments in water infrastructure and services as a catalyst for local and regional development •Household water treatment and safe storage reduces the disease burden among the poorest who have no access to safe drinking water Goal 1: Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger Target 1: Halve, between 1990-2015, the proportion of persons whose income is TARGETS •Ensure ecosystems integrity to maintain water flows to food production •Reduced urban hunger by cheaper food grains from more reliable water supplies •Water as a direct input into irrigation and fertilisers from wastewater and human excreta as a direct input into agri- and aquaculture for expanded food production with due regard for health aspects •Reliable water and fertilisers from wastewater and human excreta for subsistence agriculture, home gardens, livestock, tree crops •Sustainable production of fish, tree crops and other foods gathered in common property resources Goal 1: Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger Target 2: Halve, between 1990- 2015, the proportion of people who suffer from hunger WATER INDIRECTLY CONTRIBUTES WATER DIRECTLY CONTRIBUTES GOALS 6 üü Goal 5: Improve maternal health Target 6: Reduce by ¾ between 1990- 2015, the maternal mortality ratio ü Goal 3: Promote gender equity and empower women Target 4: Eliminate gender disparity in primary and secondary education preferably by 2005 and at all levels of education not later than 2015 ü Goal 2: Achieve universal education Target 3: Ensure that by 2015, children everywhere, boys and girls alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary education üü Goal 4: Reduce child mortality Target 5: Reduce by 2/3, the under-five mortality rate WATER INDIRECTLY CONTRIBUTES WATER DIRECTLY CONTRIBUTES GOALS/TARGETS ü ü ü ü ü ü Goal 7: Ensure environmental sustainability Target 9: Integrate the principles of sustainable development into country policies and programmes and reverse the loss of environmental resources Target 10: Halve by 2015, the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water and improved sanitation Target 11: By 2020, to have achieved a significant improvement in the lives of at least 100 million slum dwellers üü Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria & other diseases Target 8: Have halted by 2015 and begun to reverse the incidence of malaria and other major diseases WATER INDIRECTLY CONTRIBUTES WATER DIRECTLY CONTRIBUTES GOALS/TARGETS 7 ü ü ü Goal 8: Develop a global partnership for development Target 12: Develop further an open, rule- based predictable, non-discriminatory trading and financial system Target 13: Address the special needs of the least developed countries …. Target 14: Address the special needs of land-locked countries and small island states WATER INDIRECTLY CONTRIBUTES WATER DIRECTLY CONTRIBUTES GOALS Q: Do investments in water result in poverty reduction? (...) In their PRSPs, targets were clearly set and relevant programmes to achieve the targets were also clearly stated. 9 Water and Sanitation in PRSPs In Asian PRSPs, water resource issues (including issues such as floods and droughts as well as WSS and irrigation for food production) were often present in the analysis of issues but were rarely reflected in the programmes for action or priorities for investment.
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Score: 833582.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...op_asia/presentations/feld.pdf
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