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Objective – 1 Improved mental health, in relation to harm suffered, of former child soldier survivors and their family members Activity Output Outcome Indicator/Measurement Project targets Activity 1.1 Identify former child soldiers in affected communities in need of mental health services  Eligible former child soldiers and their families are identified and screened  Enrolment and completion of counselling programme by eligible participating victims  Victims possess  Number of eligible enrolled in appropriate reparation programme (psychological care, physical rehabilitation,  At least 3,000 former child soldiers and their families are enrolled in ICC-01/04-01/06-3273-AnxB 13-02-2017 2/8 NM T 2 Activity Output Outcome Indicator/Measurement Project targets 1 The estimation is based on the current trends of psychological care under the assistance mandate. Conduct community sensitizations in Ituri  Improved awareness of the availability and modalities of reparation programmes strengthened coping capacity to deal with the detrimental effects of the harm suffered, as well as post-conflict life in general.  Access to referrals for complementary mental health services as required vacation training,)  Number of eligible victims referred for complementary services reparation service Activity 1.2 Provide intensive group and/or individual psychotherapy to former child soldier survivors.  Clinical intake assessment is completed for victims deem to receive therapy services  Improved psychological wellbeing of victims  Mentors are in place to follow up counseling sessions with other forms of support to victims, to assist victims in applying skills learned that will support them during the reparations programme.  Percentage of victims who demonstrated improvement in at least one area of psychological symptoms or behavioural problems between intake and three months.  Percentage of victims who demonstrated improvement in at least one area of psychological symptoms or behavioural problems between intake and six months  Percentage of victims who reported satisfaction  At least 95%1 of victims demonstrate improvement in at least one area of psychological symptoms or behavioural problems between intake and three months.  At least 95% of victims demonstrate improvement in at least one area of psychological symptoms or behavioural ICC-01/04-01/06-3273-AnxB 13-02-2017 3/8 NM T 3 Activity Output Outcome Indicator/Measurement Project targets or perceive positive impacts of their treatment at six months problems between intake and six months  At least 75% of victims report satisfaction or perceive positive impacts of their treatment at six months Activity 1.3 Hold community outreach activities, commemorations, or events.  Developed outreach messages  Established locations and means of outreaches including radio programmes  Commemorations events are organized and facilitated  Improved community awareness about the effects of the crimes and the potential benefits of trauma rehabilitation  Number of people reached during outreach events  Estimated proportion of individuals participating in commemoration events  Number of outreach and commemoration events organized  Community events reach at least 80% participants with messages about the effects of the crimes and the potential benefits of trauma rehabilitation Objective – 2 To improve the physical health and mobility of victims through physical rehabilitation and treatment Activity 2.1 Identify and assess physical wounds among victims  The number of beneficiaries in need of physical rehabilitation determined and screened for service provision  Availability of medical services to beneficiaries including referrals  Number of individuals enrolled in physical rehabilitation centres  At least 95% of eligible victims are enrolled in rehabilitation programme ICC-01/04-01/06-3273-AnxB 13-02-2017 4/8 NM T 4 Activity Output Outcome Indicator/Measurement Project targets Activity 2.2 Provide surgical services and corrective treatment and follow up care  Improved access to medical care  Improved physical wellbeing and increased mobility for victims.  Provision of surgical services, corrective treatment, and follow up care.  Percentage of beneficiaries who reported successful reintegration into their communities  At least 90 of beneficiaries report successful rehabilitation at the end of the programme Objective – 3 To remedy the socio-economic harm caused to former child soldiers and indirect victims Activity 3.1 Provision of vocational training opportunities to interested victims Market analysis in targeted communities  Assessed literacy and skills of former child soldiers to facilitate placement  Increased access to quality vocational development and learning schools, , including from remote locations  Improved literacy and numeracy for former child solders  Improved employability skills for former child soldiers  Victims experience a significant improvement and transformation of their ability to undertake economic activities  Victims are able to provide for their families in a sustainable way.  Victims will be empowered to establish businesses and acquire assets from the proceeds of their trade practices.  Proportion of students who, by the end of the learning cycle who demonstrate that they can read and understand the meaning of grade level text  Number of persons with improved workforce readiness skills as a result of reparation funded programme  Dropout rate  At the end of learning cycle at least 95% of regular learners demonstrate that they can read and write  At least 80% of persons who participated in vocational training report that their workforce readiness skills improved  At least 80% of registered participants ICC-01/04-01/06-3273-AnxB 13-02-2017 5/8 NM T 5 Activity Output Outcome Indicator/Measurement Project targets complete their courses Activity 3.2 Provide improved agricultural assistance and training initiatives Provide trainings in improved agricultural techniques  Increased availability of agricultural seeds and animal husbandry among interested beneficiaries  Improved agricultural skills among beneficiaries  Improved access to and utilization of agriculture production techniques  Increased agricultural productivity among participating beneficiaries  Improved household living conditions among beneficiaries Increased application of improved agricultural techniques that increase yield  Improved availability of agricultural seed varieties  Small animal husbandry among interested beneficiaries;  Improved access to markets for cash crops or produce  Percentage of individuals who participated in agricultural techniques whom their agricultural productivity increased  At least 75% of beneficiaries who applied new agriculture techniques increased their agriculture productivity Activity 3.3 Provide livelihood assistance through participation in Village Savings and Loan Associations (VSLA/MUSO, IGA’s)  Strengthened and improved economic livelihood of participating victims  Improved economic resilience among beneficiaries  Improved access to credit to pursue home based income generating initiatives  Increased confidence from the peer support group aspect of the MUSO  Percentage of people who participated in MUSO/VSLA groups, IGAs who demonstrated improvement in their household economic status  At least 70% who participated in VSLA/MUSO groups, IGAs who demonstrated improvement in their household economic status ICC-01/04-01/06-3273-AnxB 13-02-2017 6/8 NM T 6 Activity Output Outcome Indicator/Measurement Project targets Objective – 4 Reintegration and redress of former child soldiers through awareness and acknowledgment in the affected communities of the consequences of the crimes Activity 4.1 Develop and construct 3 symbolic structures in Tchomia, Rwampara, and Mahagi Centre to host interactive symbolic activities. Activity 4.2 Conduct mobile memorialization initiatives in five communities that will promote awareness raising of the harms caused by the crimes and promote reintegration and reconciliation.  Constructed and completed 3 symbolic structures in Tchomia, Rwampara, and Mahagi  Improved/fostered awareness and acknowledgement within affected communities about the convicted crimes of Mr Lubanga and the harm caused to victims and their families  Improved community awareness on the harm caused child enlistment and conscription  Symbolic collective reparations foster awareness and acknowledgement within affected communities about the convicted crimes of Mr Lubanga and the harm caused to victims and their families  The stigma attached to former child soldiers within their (adopted) communities, affecting their ability to (re)integrate and rehabilitate, is significantly reduced  The affected communities’ awareness and acknowledgement of the relevant crimes and resulting harms provide for an enabling environment to develop and implement service- based collective reparations awards to direct and indirect victims  Number of commemorations events held per year  Percentage of former child soldiers who reported reduced stigma within their communities  Level to which reparation service based is well implemented  Percentage of community members who report that child enlistment is a crime  At least one regular commemoration event is organized and take place every year  At least 60% of former child soldiers report reduced stigma as a result of reparation programme  At reparation service based programme is rated as “Good by beneficiaries at the end of its cycle  At least 60 % of community members in Ituri report that child enlistment is a crime ICC-01/04-01/06-3273-AnxB 13-02-2017 7/8 NM T 7 Activity Output Outcome Indicator/Measurement Project targets in the Lubanga case  Beyond the affected communities, other stakeholders in the public domain are informed about and appreciate the objective and the results achieved in this collective symbolic reparations project implementation, as a first expression of the joint reparative justice mandates of the Court and the TFV.
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Score: 817456.35 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...elatedRecords/CR2017_00771.PDF
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Improving Access to Poverty Targeted Social Assistance and Special Social Services | UNICEF Skip to main content Kazakhstan Toggle navigation русский Қазақша English Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Kazakhstan EXPLORE UNICEF About us Children of Kazakhstan UNICEF Representative in Kazakhstan UNICEF Deputy Representative in Kazakhstan UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in Kazakhstan Contact us Our partners Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Improving Access to Poverty Targeted Social Assistance and Special Social Services Improving Access to Poverty Targeted Social Assistance and Special Social Services UNICEF/2014/Giacomo Pirozzi Available in: русский Қазақша English Highlights Poverty-targeted social assistance: In the poorest areas of Mangystau and Kyzylorda oblasts and of Astana city, there is limited awareness of poverty-targeted social assistance and of information about it, including on eligibility criteria and the application process. • Restrictive eligibility rules mean that low-income households are unable to benefit from poverty-targeted social assistance. (...) The process of document issuance could be simplified and the design and coordination of social assistance and employment activation policies improved. Author(s) Lucy Scott, Jojina Sturge and Babken Babajanian Publication date February 2017 Languages Russian, Kazakh, English Download Options Available options Russian Kazakh English Download file (PDF, 186,45 KB) (PDF, 188,69 KB) (PDF, 205,58 KB) Related topics Poverty Kazakhstan Footer English language UNICEF Home What we do Stories Press centre Research and reports Vacancies About us Children of Kazakhstan Contact us Partner with UNICEF Related links UNICEF Connect UNICEF Stories Voices of Youth Faces of UNICEF Donate Social Footer Secondary Legal Contact us Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 817301 - https://www.unicef.org/kazakhs...ce-and-special-social-services
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targets Israel Reporting Progress on Setting Targets and Target Dates ( Protocol on Water and Health) 1. (...) Urban 100% Rural 98% done d Area or population which should be served by collective systems of sanitation Target achieved. Urban 100% Rural central systems 95%, Rural improved systems 100% done e Levels of performance to be achieved by such collective systems Target achieved in urban systems. In rural areas on-going projects for improved sewage treatment plants 5 years f Application of good practice to the management of water supply and sanitation Target achieved: a) There is a legislation for protection areas around groundwater wells.
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Score: 817226.5 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...water/meetings/TFIR/Israel.doc
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Block 0 Modules Elements Metrics Targets Status & Remarks Performance Improvement Area 1: Airport Operations ACDM 1. (...) Target 2: c. N/A Status – N/A Performance Improvement Area 2: Globally Interoperable Systems and Data AMET 1. (...) Target 2: Implement in Dec 2005 c. Yes Status - Implemented Performance Improvement Area 4: Efficient Flight Paths CCO 1.
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Score: 817150.4 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...ASBU/NANP-Guatemala-180807.pdf
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In the framework of the Convention, UNECE is strengthening the capacity of national experts to improve and maintain emission inventories of air pollutants 3 | P a g e and develop emission projections and reduction targets. (...) The capacity-building programme under the Convention also contribute to SDG targets 11.6 and 12.4, among others. The Batumi Action for Cleaner Air (BACA), is an initiative supporting national efforts for improving air quality and protecting public health and ecosystems, which was endorsed at the 8th Environment for Europe Ministerial Conference (Batumi, Georgia, 2016). (...) Furthermore, the Protocol can thereby translate and operationalize the achievement of SDG 6 in the national context, depending on the country capacity and needs. The national targets already developed in the context of the Protocol are aimed at providing access to clean water and safe sanitation for all, as well as improving water quality and increasing water-use efficiency.
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Score: 816855.96 - https://unece.org/DAM/operact/...an_Brochure_January2019_01.pdf
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It opens with a review of the current status of sanitation and an assessment of progress towards the sanitation target included in the MDGs. The report also introduces a separate assessment of global, regional and country progress using the ‘sanitation ladder’ - a new way of analysing sanitation practices that highlights trends in using improved, shared and unimproved sanitation facilities and the trend in open defecation. (...) It also details progress towards the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) target for drinking- water supply and sanitation (target 7c). (...) id_document=1275 www.wsp.org/UserFiles/file/319200725615_312007101903_MDGs_All_final3_high.pdf This Status Overview examines countries’ level of preparedness to meet the targets, the financing requirements and gaps, the sustainability of the sector and includes recommendations for each country regarding steps needed to improve performance.
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Score: 816518.95 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...t_water_and_sanitation_eng.pdf
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Target (specify) Action taken to achieve target Results or impact Lessons learned 1. (...) Nationally Determined Contribution (2015) obligation under Paris Agreement, general Target is “Whole of Country Resilient.” Have another clear Adaptation/Resilience Target in upcoming NDC. 3. New Target under National Adaptation Plan (NAP) –replace NAPA – long term adaptation strategies/actions. 4.
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Score: 816488.96 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/site...nd-resilience-presentation.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - UNDA project_UNECE_UNEP.pptx 15/12/2020 1 Project: “Improved environmental monitoring and assessment in support of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda in South-Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus” funded by the UN Development Account Ms.  (...) Tomas Marques, UN Environment (UNEP) Europe Office Webinar 1 “Health-relevant air quality data informing policy and the public” 16 December 2020, virtual meeting United Nations Development Account project on  improving environmental monitoring and assessment in  support of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda ‘Improved environmental monitoring and assessment in support of the 2030 Sustainable  Development Agenda in South‐Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus ’ Implemented by UNECE & UNEP and together with EAA, supported by EEA &  UN country teams & funded by the UN Development Account (11th Tranche) Joint UNECE‐UNEP project on SEIS, environmental indicators & SDGs 1 2 15/12/2020 2 United Nations Development Account project on  improving environmental monitoring and assessment in  support of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda Armenia, Bosnia and  Herzegovina, Georgia,  Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan,  North Macedonia and  Tajikistan Target countries Duration Main objectives  To strengthen capacities of national  environmental authorities and statistical  agencies to collect, produce data  in  accordance with SEIS  To improve accessibility and use of  regularly updated and high‐quality  environmental indicators, within the  framework of SEIS, to respond to  international indicator‐based reporting  obligations, including monitoring progress  towards the Sustainable Development  Goals  To strengthen capacities of target  countries in producing environment‐ and  health‐related indicators and their use for  decision‐making on environment and  health topics   January 2018‐ December  2021 United Nations Development Account project on  improving environmental monitoring and assessment in  support of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda Status of implementation - completed  Development of 7 gap analysis reviews (1 per target country) on SEIS establishment, environmental data & information to cover the production of regional/international environmental indicators – completed  Development of national workplans or roadmaps to enhance national SEIS establishment – drafts available  1 regional capacity development workshop – organized in May 2019  1st webinar on SDG 3 (16 December 2020) – in progress / soon completed Amendments to project due to COVID-19  Strengthening of environment and health aspects (incl. through training material) during the capacity development activities  4 regional/sub-regional webinars instead of 7 national training sessions (1 per target country) to streamline production of regionally & internationally agreed environmental data flows & indicators  Development of an e-learning course on monitoring, production of environmental & health-related data & indicators & SDGs  Development of a SDGs/SEIS knowledge sharing platform 3 4 15/12/2020 3 United Nations Development Account project on  improving environmental monitoring and assessment in  support of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda Other activities – to be confirmed or changed depending on COVID-19 situation in 2021  Advisory missions by UNEP and UNECE to support in regular environmental monitoring and assessment as part of preparing national roadmaps to monitor SDGs – depending on situation related to COVID-19  7 national capacity-development workshops (1 per target country) to improve the institutional knowledge base for data collection standards and the use of monitoring and assessment tools for regular indicator-based assessments to measure progress towards the environment-related SDGs – may be changed to webinars  1 regional capacity-development workshop with participation of all 7 target countries – back-to-back to next WGEMA or JTF meeting?  Development of guidelines on addressing specific human and institutional capacity needs United Nations Development Account project on  improving environmental monitoring and assessment in  support of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda Next steps and planned activities in the coming months  4 regional capacity development webinars January 2021, tbc Capacity building Webinar #2 on SDG 6.
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Score: 816477.4 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...NDA%20project_UNECE_UNEP_0.pdf
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Particular emphasis will be placed on supporting national efforts to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy, improve energy efficiency in cooling mechanisms, increase climate ambition and achieve nationally determined contribution targets. (...) In particular, UNDP will collaborate with the Government to establish its first social registry, which will improve targeting and efficiency within the system. (...) Baseline: 0 Target: 7 Data Source: Implementing CSO reports, annual 4.2 Police, prosecutors and courts improve access to justice by more effectively and efficiently managing criminal cases.
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Score: 816371.1 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...zskgke326/files/DPDCPTTO4.docx
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To reach the requirements of the right to access to safe drinking water requires real improvements for several billions of people15. The MDG target for sanitation is an even more pressing challenge, with 2.5 billion people currently lacking access to improved sanitation and over one billion still practicing open defecation. (...) There is currently no global target to improve hygiene, despite this being one of the single most cost- effective public health interventions. (...) Strengthening institutions and improving water governance are viewed as critically important to achieving the goal and targets, and to manage their attendant risks and achieve the desired development outcomes.
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Score: 816368.6 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...2015_global_goal_for_water.pdf
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