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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. 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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. 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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: 823546.7 - https://www.un.org/esa/ecesa/p...SA%20International%20Trade.doc
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The report noted that the recommended candidate is a male from a donor country, and his appointment is favourable for gender diversity, but it will not improve geographic diversity: Case No. UNDT/NY/2018/016 Judgment No. (...) This post is specialized and technical and we have been working on this recruitment since March this year to attract targeted suitable candidates. 14. In the final section titled “Rationale”, it was noted that the recommended candidate “demonstrated experience in gender, poverty and social inclusion working at regional and country level”. (...) Further, the selection panel report explicitly states that gender and geographic diversity principles were taken into account in the recruitment process, and yet the recommended candidate was selected despite the fact that his selection does not improve geographical diversity, noting that the post is specialized and technical. 29.
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Score: 823027.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-041.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: 822644.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...op_asia/presentations/feld.pdf
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PC 124/2-WA1 MW761e 12 OBJECTIVE 6 TECHNICAL QUALITY, STATISTICS AND CROSS CUTTING THEMES (CLIMATE CHANGE, GENDER, GOVERNANCE AND NUTRITION) OUTPUT 6.2.4: FAO statistics governance and coordination strengthened in order to improve harmonization, quality, and consistency of statistical activities across the organization. 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 governance issues where FAO’s contribution 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 PC 124/2-WA1 MW761e 13 OBJECTIVE 6 TECHNICAL QUALITY, STATISTICS AND CROSS CUTTING THEMES (CLIMATE CHANGE, GENDER, GOVERNANCE AND NUTRITION) 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 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. 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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 PC 124/2-WA1 MW761e 14 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% 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 Web access statistics to the FAO Document Repository) 8.5 million 9 million 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 news 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 PC 124/2-WA1 MW761e 15 FUNCTIONAL OBJECTIVE 8: OUTREACH 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 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 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 PC 124/2-WA1 MW761e 16 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% 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 PC 124/2-WA1 MW761e 17 FUNCTIONAL OBJECTIVE 10: FAO GOVERNANCE, OVERSIGHT AND DIRECTION 10.3.4 Quality support delivered to decentralized offices 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 11.1.D Vacancy rate for professional positions 15% 15% 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 PC 124/2-WA1 MW761e 18 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: 100% 100%  annual review 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 PC 124/2-WA1 MW761e 19 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: 822606.4 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...C_124-documents/MW761e-WA1.pdf
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However, Southern Asia still has the second highest maternal mortality ratio among all regions, with 220 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births in 2011. Mixed improvements on water and sanitation The MDG drinking water target was met five years ahead of schedule in the three sub-regions. (...) The greatest progress in sanitation has been made in Eastern Asia, where the proportion of the population using an improved sanitation facility, such as latrines or toilets, increased from 27 per cent in 1990 to 67 per cent in 2011, meeting the MDG target ahead of the deadline. In South-Eastern Asia the proportion of the population using improved sanitation increased from 47 per cent to 71 per cent between 1990 and 2011, putting the sub-region on its way to meeting the MDG target.
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Score: 822230.5 - https://www.un.org/millenniumg...013/mdg-report2013_pr_asia.pdf
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TEMPLATE FOR REPORTING PROGRESS ON SETTING TARGETS AND TARGET DATES ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 6 OF THE PROTOCOL ON WATER AND HEALTH Croatia TEMPLATE FOR REPORTING PROGRESS ON SETTING TARGETS AND TARGET DATES ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 6 OF THE PROTOCOL ON WATER AND HEALTH According to the Protocol on Water and Health, within 2 years of becoming a Party, each Party shall establish and publish targets referred to in paragraph 2 of article 6, and target dates for achieving them. (...) Briefly describe your national process to set targets and target dates in accordance with article 6 of the Protocol on Water and Health. (...) If the process of target setting is still ongoing, briefly list the relevant national and international obligations, existing reporting mechanisms and other standards which you propose to use for the purpose of target setting.
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Score: 822230.5 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ater/meetings/TFIR/Croatia.doc
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The programme will support the design and implementation of resilient public policies that improve social protection and targeting, the measurement of socio-economic variables, and the creation of labour skills in order to improve access to job opportunities, education reform, land policy, and transfer of skills and capabilities to regions outside the capital. (...) UNDAF OUTCOME INDICATOR(S), BASELINES, TARGET(S) DATA SOURCE AND FREQUENCY OF DATA COLLECTION, AND RESPONSIBILITIES INDICATIVE COUNTRY PROGRAMME OUTPUTS MAJOR PARTNERS / PARTNERSHIPS FRAMEWORKS INDICATIVE RESOURCES BY OUTCOME ($) Indicator: Percentage of the population over the retirement age that receive a pension Baseline: 74.5 (ILO, 2012) Target: None Indicator: Percentage of unemployed who do not receive unemployment benefits Baseline: 70.1 (ILO, 2013) Target: None Indicator: Socio-economic measurement instruments reformulated with a rights-based approach Baseline: Instruments do not incorporate the rights approach Target: Social benefits allocation system reformulated with a rights-based approach Indicator: Matrix of inequality indicators Baseline: There is no set of indicators on inequality validated at the national level Target: Matrix validated by the Ministry of Social Development Indicator: Annual CO2 emissions Baseline: 92,100,000 Ton. (2010) Target: 20% reduction by 2020 Indicator: Consumption of renewable energies compared to total energy consumption (joules) Baseline: 257,232 vs. 954,252 Target: No national target Indicator: Hectares of land managed under a sustainable use regime Baseline: 2,294,109 (2011, 2013) Target: No national target International Labour Organization (ILO) ILO United Nations system United Nations system, Ministry of Social Development SE4ALL SE4ALL Organic World Net/Forest Stewardship Council/Global Environment Facility (GEF) Institutions responsible for social policies improve their capacities for the design and implementation of programmes and strategies for reducing socioeconomic and gender inequalities Indicator: Number of policies/programmes/initiatives that address socioeconomic and gender inequalities regarding access to social services and benefits Baseline: 6 policies (2010-2013) Target: 2 new policies/programmes/initiatives Socio-economic measurement instruments incorporate criteria and variables that improve equity and access to the social protection system for women, young people, and other at-risk populations Indicator: Number of institutional reforms to instruments that measure poverty and inequality Baseline: Poverty measurement takes into account income and the poverty line was established in the 1980s Target: 2 (multidimensional measurement of poverty and methodology for measuring poverty based on income updated) Indicator: Percentage of programmes that reform their user and beneficiary selection policies Baseline: 80 social programmes use the Social Protection Card as the means to identify users Target: 100 per cent of social programmes utilize new instruments for beneficiary selection based on administrative records on income and assets Indicator: Number of reports with updated information on the level of MDG compliance in the indigenous population. 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Indicator: Percentage of participation in elections Baseline: 51.7 (2013) Target: None Indicator: Percentage of women in Congress Baseline: 19/120 (2013) Target: None Indicator: Approval of law for promoting political representation of women Baseline: None (2014) Target: Law approved (2018) Indicator: Spaces for dialogue called for by the United Nations system for discussing key pending reforms Baseline: None Target: At least one space with stakeholders from various sectors called and accompanied by the United Nations Indicator: Institutional framework for indigenous people within the Executive, with indigenous representation, created in consultation with indigenous groups Baseline: Weak institutional structure responsible for indigenous issues Target: A bill to create a Ministry of Indigenous People Several Congress Congress United Nations system Congress Public institutions and agencies improve their management capacities and incorporate the gender approach into their processes in order to improve democratic governance Indicator: Number of institution/agencies that develop strategies/measures to incorporate a gender approach Baseline: Currently, there is a management plan, Council of Ministers for Gender Equality and gender units in ministries Target: 4 institutions have implemented strategies/measures to incorporate a gender approach Government and other key institutions improve their capacities to work in the context of greater participation and representation with a special emphasis on women, young people, and indigenous people Indicator: Number of initiatives/reforms implemented by government and other institutions that increase levels of participation and representation at the national or regional level and by beneficiary type if applicable Baseline: 4 (Reforms 2011-2014) Target: 7 Indicator: Percentage of women in presidential cabinets (ministers) Baseline: Between 1990 and 2014, 1 per cent of women as ministers of presidential cabinets Target: None Indicator: Percentage of female governors (regional governments) Baseline: Between 1990 and 2013, 18 per cent of governors were female Target: None Indicator: Percentage of ministries/public services with competencies on indigenous population that improve their capacities to develop processes for participation and consultation with indigenous people and adopt ethnically appropriate approaches.
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Score: 821864.8 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...rd/2015/English/DPDCPCHL3.docx
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In the framework of the Convention, UNECE supports strengthening the capacity of national experts to improve and maintain the air pollutant emission inventories and develop emission projections and emission reduction targets. The capacity- building programme under the Convention also contributes to SDG targets 11.6 and 12.4, among others. The Batumi Action for Cleaner Air (BACA), an initiative supporting countries’ 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). (...) These targets aim 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: 821528.9 - https://unece.org/DAM/operact/...an_Brochure_january2019_01.pdf
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Goal 3: Sustainability Committed to connecting the world عربي 中文 Español Français Русский 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 Levels of cybersecurity by region, 2014 Global Cybersecurity Index   ITU has worked with ABI Research to establish a Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI), a country-level index which aims to capture each country’s commitment and preparedness in respect of cybersecurity, rather than its detailed capabilities or possible vulnerabilities. (...) The average rating in the GCI in 2014 was 0.28. The 40 per cent improvement in the GCI required by the target would therefore require this rating to be improved by 2020 to 0.39.
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Score: 821110 - https://www.itu.int/en/annual-...rt-2015/goals/Pages/goal3.aspx
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Unsustainable dryland management and practices around CAs are particularly challenging. 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: 820513.3 - https://www.fao.org/gef/drylan...nable-landscapes/dslmozambique
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