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Data Indicator SeriesID SeriesDescription GeoAreaCode GeoAreaName TimePeriod Value Time_Detail Source FootNote Nature Units Reporting Type ISOalpha3 Type SeriesCode 2.c.1 3027 Indicator of Food Price Anomalies (IFPA), by Consumer Food Price Index 4 Afghanistan 2010 -0.107 2010 FAOSTAT Data/ Consumer Price Indices: http://www.fao.org/faostat/en/#data/CP. Abnormally high defined as IFPA>=1; Moderately high defined as 0.5=Indicator of Food Price Anomalies (IFPA), by Consumer Food Price Index 4 Afghanistan 2011 -0.142 2011 FAOSTAT Data/ Consumer Price Indices: http://www.fao.org/faostat/en/#data/CP. Abnormally high defined as IFPA>=1; Moderately high defined as 0.5=Indicator of Food Price Anomalies (IFPA), by Consumer Food Price Index 4 Afghanistan 2012 -0.177 2012 FAOSTAT Data/ Consumer Price Indices: http://www.fao.org/faostat/en/#data/CP.
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Score: 479610.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...Consumer_Food_Price_Index.xlsx
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Regarding the Malabo Declaration indicators, this paper shows that there are a number of Malabo Declaration performance indicators that are - or appear to be equivalent - to SDG indicators. (...) To monitor the Agenda and its FTYIP, the AUC initially adopted 124 indicators, 63 core indicators explicitly established for the FTYIP of Agenda 2063 and a complementary list of 61 indicators added for the global SDG indicator framework. (...) Table 2 – SDG indicators under FAO custodianship in Integrated Regional Framework Indicator Included in Integrated Regional Indicators Framework?
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Score: 479525.05 - https://www.fao.org/3/ca6875en/ca6875en.pdf
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Virtual Trainings on SDG indicator 2.4.1. “Proportion of Agricultural Area under Productive and Sustainable Agriculture” (April-November 2021) |Sustainable Development Goals|FAO  FAO.org english Sustainable Development Goals Overview News Events Goals Partnerships in action Tracking progress Indicators Virtual Trainings on SDG indicator 2.4.1. (...) Assessment of the current situation in terms data availability on the 11 sub-indicators of SDG 2.4.1 and to discuss on these data gaps can be bridged. (...) Find out more: Concept note  Summary report Presentations: SDG Indicator 2.4.1 – Country Reporting of food and agriculture statistics to FAO  (ENV Team, Statistics Division, FAO) SDG Indicator 2.4.1 – FAO SDG 2.4.1 data collection questionnaire  (Stefania Bacci, Statistics Division, FAO) SDG Indicator 2.4.1 – Proportion of agricultural area under productive and sustainable agriculture  (Arbab Asfandiyar Khan, Statistics Division, FAO) SDG indicator 2.4.1 - Data collection instruments  (Arbab Asfandiyar Khan, Statistics Division, FAO) SDG Indicator 2.4.1 – Findings of the 2020 comprehensive dispatch  (Stefania Bacci, Statistics Division, FAO) SDG Indicator 2.4.1 – Short, medium and long term expectations  (Arbab Asfandiyar Khan, Statistics Division, FAO) Video recordings: Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 1 - RAF       https://youtu.be/yHAJcd0bijQ Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 2 - RAF       https://youtu.be/M102kftsohk Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 2 - RAF       https://youtu.be/5lJOzSJATjI  (French version) Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 3 - RAF       https://youtu.be/MbFFPEQxs3E Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 3 - RAF       https://youtu.be/jdDdTAXO73M  (French version)   Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 1 - RAP       https://youtu.be/XkgAjSOYN3U Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 2 - RAP       https://youtu.be/RciYI_SKEZc Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 3 - RAP       https://youtu.be/OSiBPsKeKaY Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 4 - RAP       https://youtu.be/hDuWF_3nL_0   Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 1 - Bangladesh  https://fao.zoom.us/rec/share/Ov80ozPqO Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 2 - Bangladesh  https://fao.zoom.us/rec/share/tZEjDxmhnfOAEGDl Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 3 - Bangladesh  https://fao.zoom.us/rec/share/3vwkrX4nh0Twd98gl    Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 4 - Bangladesh  https://fao.zoom.us/rec/share/NCh_5NIsd3gLUaD   Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 1 - RLC  https://fao.zoom.us/rec/share/ZXyeKzbJ6k4FCJsqLgVDpX Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 2 - RLC  https://fao.zoom.us/rec/share/gKlvoIewQd1IP51DQmgHm Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 3 - RLC  https://fao.zoom.us/rec/share/CCWiWcCQ8jyTDyddVSEVPkM Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 4 - RLC  https://fao.zoom.us/rec/share/b3u-axfFYShGcI4yVtGO0U-lCy   Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 1 - REU  https://fao.zoom.us/rec/share/n8cbYuVUYDYdnWJCA    Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 2 - REU  https://fao.zoom.us/rec/share/6X_-ue0BbJfCgK7LQa    Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 3 - REU  https://fao.zoom.us/rec/share/ZAE0aw3OIsRTcVCH    Virtual Training on SDG indicator 2.4.1. - Day 4 - REU  https://fao.zoom.us/rec/share/miNohnU4x3RWq5p Share this page Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 479481.4 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...ls/events/detail/en/c/1418970/
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DRAFT LAW OF GEORGIA ON APPELLATIONS OF ORIGIN AND GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS ARTICLE 1. SPHERE OF REGULATION This Law regulates the relations formed in connection with registration, protection and use of appellations of origin and geographical indications. (...) The State Register of the Appellations of Origin and Geographical Indication - the unity of the appellations of origin and geographical indications data, also the data of the persons entitled to the use of the registered appellations of origins and geographical indications. 3. (...) PROTECTION OF HOMONYMOUS APPELLATIONS OF ORIGIN AND GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS If an appellation of origin or geographical indication registered in Georgia, or any name of the geographical are of Georgia is identical to an appellation of origin and geographical indication protected in the other country, then the rule of protection and conditions of use of said indication in Georgia is defined by the respective agreement.
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Score: 479480.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/geo_e/WTACCGEO24_LEG_3.pdf
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The revised CSD-ISD consists of 98 indicators, of which 50 are core indicators. Core indicators cover issues that are relevant for most countries and that are not adequately covered by other core indicators. (...) Each of the fifteen tables contains sub-themes, names of indicators, and information on whether the indicator is a core indicator. (...) It is indicated whether the CSD-ISD are official MDG indicators (‘Main’), included in the additional list of MDG indicators on the official MDG indicators website (‘Additional’), include a MDG indicator as a subset (‘Subset’), or are part of a MDG indicator (‘Superset’).
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Score: 479467.33 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...indicators/egmOct06/report.pdf
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Seventy-four national environmental indicators have been developed in line with the EEA indicators in addition to 75 environmental statistical indicators. Of these environmental indicators, 33 indicators are corresponding to the full list of 42 ECE environmental indicators. (...) Use the developed UNECE indicators for “nationalization” of SDGs indicators.
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Score: 479406.8 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...%20North%20Macedonia%20ENG.pdf
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Slide 1 National online workshop: Generating climate change and disasters indicators for policy decision-making in Saint Lucia 16 - 18 Nov 2021 How to develop a methodological sheet & examples Cristina(Kika) Klimsza- Consultant Statistics Division / Climate change and environment statistics unit Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) 2 You can have a look at the Methodological Sheet you received by email • Name of the indicator – Give the indicator a name that is as clear, concise and user-friendly (“Energy Intensity of Production”) and that defines exactly what the indicator shows. – The indicator units of measure should NOT be included in this field. 3 • Short description of the indicator – Provide a short description of what the indicator shows, especially if it has a scientific or technical name, using clear and simple language that gives the user guidance regarding the indicator in question. 4 • Definition of variables that make up the indicator – Specify each of the variables that make up the indicator. (...) On the other hand, this indicator does not allow to size the burned area or to specify the topology of burned vegetation. 8 • Relevance of the Indicator – The importance of the proposed indicator in the assessment on the environment (state, pressures, etc.) or on sustainability must be specified. (...) In this way, mistakes are avoided regarding the unit of measurement in which the indicator will be expressed. 10 • Graphic or representation, with trend phrase. – Prepare a representation, ideally graphical, of the indicator.
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Score: 479404.2 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...methodological-sheet-eclac.pdf
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National Conference on Indicators of Sustainable Development: he Canadian Experience in the Use of Environment-Related Indicators. (...) The CSD's Indicators of Sustainable Development. Experiences of Countries and Agencies in Indicator Development. Small Group Sessions: The Selection of Priority Indicators of Sustainable Development. The Indicator Methodology Sheets.
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Score: 479399.07 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd_aofw_ind/ind_ws0397.shtml
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Score: 479383.54 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...ing-Indication-Operations.html
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UNDAF Results Matrix Results Indicators UN Partners Medium-term common budgetary framework Baselines 2023 Targets Total Projected to be available To be mobilized 1. SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SECURITY Related SDG targets: 1.1, 1.2, 1.4, 1.5, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2a, 4.1, 5.1, 5a, 6.6, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3,8.6, 8.10, 9.1, 9.3, 10.1, 10.2, 11.5, 12.2, 12.3, 12.4, 13.1, 13.2, 14.2, 14.4, 14.5, 15.1, 15.2, 15.3, 16b, 17.6 Related National Development Priority: Cluster 2 (2.1, 2.2), Cluster 7 (7.1, 7.2) Outcome 1: By 2023, Sierra Leone benefits from a more productive, commercialized and sustainable agriculture, improved food and nutrition security, and increased resilience to climate change and other shocks. Indicator 1a: Proportion of national population living under the food poverty line (SDG indicators 1.2.1, 1.2.2) Baseline: 47.7% (2011), 2018 data pending Target: 15.90% Data Source: SLHIS FAO IAEA IFAD ILO IOM ITC UNCDF UNICEF UNIDO UNDP UNOPS UNWOMEN WFP 173,885,300 50,108,240 123,633,700 Indicator 1b: Proportion of children under-5 who are stunted (SDG indicators 1.2., 1.2.2) Baseline: 31.3% (2017) Target: 27.7% Data Source: SL SMART Survey Indicator 1c: Proportion of population with moderate or severe food insecurity (SDG indicator 2.1.5) Baseline: 43.7% (2018) Target: 25.5% Data Source: Food Security Monitoring System (FSMS) data (lean season data) PMSD data Indicator 1d: Prevalence of acute malnutrition (weight for height >+2 or <-2 standard deviation from the median of the WHO Child Growth Standards) among children under 5 years of age, by type (wasting and overweight) (SDG indicator 2.2.2) Baselines: Wasting: 5.1% (2017) Overweight: 4.3% (2017) Targets: Wasting: 3.0% Overweight: 4.3% Data Source: MICS Indicator 1e: Rate of National food self-sufficiency Baseline: 81% (2015) Target: 90% Data Source: MAF/PEMSD Indicator 1f: GDP Growth Baseline: 3.7% (2018) Target: 5.3% Data Source: World Bank Indicator 1g: Climate change vulnerability (0-1) Baseline: 0.25 (2014) Target: 0.40 Data Source: HCSS 1.1 Farmers especially women, youth and other vulnerable groups have equal access and decision-making opportunities on land tenure, knowledge on improved agricultural practices, inputs, technology, financial services, linkage to markets, leveraging appropriate technologies and innovations. 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Baseline : 10% (2017) Target : 40% (2023) Data Source: Ministry of Youth Affairs, Ministry of Technical and Higher Education, Tertiary Education Commission SL, 2018 3.2 The population has improved WASH coverage, quality services and positive WASH behaviours Indicator 3.2.1: Proportion of households using basic water services (proxy for SDG 6.1) Baseline: 59.5%, Rural-47.3%, Urban-74.5%, (2017) Target: 69.5%, Rural-63%, Urban-82% Data Source: MICS UNICEF (lead 3.2.1, 3.2.2, 3.2.3) IAEA, UNDP 20,658,444 3,663,072 16,995,372 Indicator 3.2.2: Proportion of households practising open defecation Baseline: 17%, Rural: 28%, Urban: 4% (2017) Target: 10.7%, Rural:18%, Urban: 2.5% Data Source: MICS Indicator 3.2.3: Proportion of households using a hand-washing facility with soap and water Baseline: Hand washing: 23.5%, rural :15.5%, Urban: 33.4% (2017) Target: Hand washing: 33.5%, Rural: 45%, Urban: 57% Data Source: MICS 3.3 The population has access to integrated people-centered health services to achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Indicator 3.3.1: Percentage of HIV infected pregnant women who received ARVs to reduce the risk of mother to child transmission Baseline: 92.5% (2018) Target: 94% Data Source: UNAIDS spectrum UNAIDS (lead 3.3.1) UNICEF (lead 3.3.2 3.3.3) UNFPA (lead 3.3.4, 3.3.5 and 3.3.6) WHO (lead 3.3.7) IAEA UNOPS 93,591,440 29,287,892 64,303,548 Indicator 3.3.2: Children aged 0-59 months with symptoms of pneumonia taken to an appropriate health provider Baseline: 89.9% (2017) Target: 90% Data Source: MICS Indicator 3.3.3: Number of districts with at least 80% coverage of DTP-containing vaccine for children < 1 year (SDG indicator 3.8.1) Baseline: 10% (2017) Target: 14 Data Source: MICS Indicator 3.3.4: Percentage of births attended by skilled health personnel (SDG indicator 3.1.2) Baseline: 81.6 (2017 MICS) Target: 96% Data Source: MICS Indicator 3.3.5: Contraceptive prevalence rate of women of child bearing age that use modern family planning methods (married women or in union) (SDG indicator 3.7.1) Baseline: 16% (2013) Target: 27% Data Source: DHS Indicator 3.3.6: Unmet need for family planning among adolescents (15-19 age) (SDG indicator 3.7.1) Baseline: 30.7% (2013) Target : 20% Data Source: DHS Indicator 3.3.7: Out of pocket Health expenditures on as a percentage of Total Health Expenditure (SDG indicator 3.8.2) Baseline: 61% Target: TBD by the Government Data Source: NHA, SLIHS (integrated health survey) Indicator 3.3.8: Proportion of or public health events detected and responded to within 48 hours of notification Baseline: 82% Target: 95% Data Source: DHIS/IDSR2016 3.4 Population has improved access to renewable energy in rural areas Indicator 3.4.1: Percentage of population with access to electricity (SDG indicator 7.1.1) Baseline : 15% (2018) Target : 44% Data Source : MoE UNOPS (lead 3.4.1, 3.4.2, 3.4.3, 3.4.4) UNIDO UNDP 35,500,000 24,500,000 11,000,000 Indicator 3.4.2 Percentage of households with access to electricity Baseline : 13.5% (2013) Target : 22% Data Source : DHS/MoE Indicator 3.4.3 Number of district headquarters town with reliable electricity supply Baseline : 9 (2018) Target : 16 Data Source : MoE Indicator 3.4.4 Proportion of electricity generation from thermal and renewable sources Baseline: TBD (2018) Target: 70:30 (thermal / renewable ratio) Data Source : MoE 4.
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Score: 479340.4 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...E4_UNDAF_Results%20Matrix.docx
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