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GENDER AND CLIMATE CHANGE. DRAFT CONCLUSIONS PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR. RECOMMENDATION OF THE SUBSIDIARY BODY FOR IMPLEMENTATION
SB 58 (2023) Dialogue Dialogue report International F C C C /S B I/2 0 1 9 /L .3 1 8 G E .1 9 -2 1 1 7 4 C.3 Strengthen coordination between the work on gender considerations of the subsidiary bodies under the Convention and Paris Agreement and other relevant United Nations entities and processes, in particular the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, as applicable Leading: secretariat Contributing: Parties, constituted bodies, relevant organizations COPs from COP 26 (2020) In-session dialogue on Gender Day focused on one thematic area relevant to the Convention and Paris Agreement to promote coherence reflecting multidimensional factors International Table 4 Priority area D: gender-responsive implementation and means of implementation Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation D.1 Share experience and support capacity-building on gender budgeting, including on the integration of gender-responsive budgeting into national budgets to advance gender-responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate Parties, secretariat, relevant organizations 31 July 2022 Submissions International Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: Parties, national gender and climate change focal points, secretariat, relevant national finance and budgeting entities, any other relevant entity 2022 Expert group meeting Gender Day theme (COP date to be confirmed when reviewing timeline) International, regional, national [D.2 [Facilitate access to climate financing [including,] [by] raising][Raise] awareness of the financial and technical support available for, and promote the strengthening of gender integration into climate [policies, plans, strategies and action,] as appropriate, including [good practices to facilitate direct access] to climate finance for grass-roots women’s organizations and indigenous peoples and local communities] [Raise awareness of the financial and technical support available for, and promote the strengthening of, gender integration into climate [policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate,] including facilitating connections between climate finance and grass-roots women’s organizations and indigenous peoples and local communities] Leading: secretariat [Parties] Contributing: [Adaptation Fund, Global Environment Facility, Green Climate Fund, private sector, philanthropic financial institutions][, other relevant organizations] Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Webinars, communication materials, [in-session workshops, and capacity building] International, regional, national] F C C C /S B I/2 0 1 9 /L .3 1 G E .1 9 -2 1 1 7 4 9 D.3 Promote the deployment of gender-responsive technological solutions to address climate change, including strengthening, protecting and preserving local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices in different sectors and for improving climate resilience, and by fostering women’s and girls’ full participation and leadership in science, technology, research and development Leading: Parties, relevant organizations, constituted bodies Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 Workshops, capacity-building initiatives, webinars International, regional, national D.4 Support the collection and consolidation of information and expertise on gender and climate change in sectors and thematic areas as well as identifying experts on gender and climate change, as needed, and enhance [current] knowledge platforms on gender and climate change Leading: Parties, relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 Knowledge and expertise platforms on gender and climate change International, regional, national D.5 Engage women’s groups and national women and gender institutions in the process of developing, implementing and updating climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate, at all levels Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 Engagement of women’s groups and national women and gender institutions in developing and implementing climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate National Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 Peer-to-peer exchange on country experience and needs Regional Parties, relevant organizations Ongoing to COP 30 Open call for submissions to share experience International, national D.6 Exchange information on lessons learned among Parties that have integrated gender into national climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate (e.g. information on results, impacts and main challenges), and on the actions that Parties are taking to mainstream gender in any updates thereto, as appropriate Parties, relevant organizations 31 March 2020 Submissions on lessons learned International, national Leading: secretariat Contributing: national gender and climate change focal points, relevant organizations SB 52 (2020) In-session workshop on lessons learned and actions taken in any updates Informal workshop report International Leading: relevant organizations Contributing: secretariat, national gender and climate change focal points Ongoing to COP 30 Workshops, dialogues, training expert meetings Regional, national F C C C /S B I/2 0 1 9 /L .3 1 1 0 G E .1 9 -2 1 1 7 4 D.7 Enhance the availability of sex-disaggregated data for gender analysis, taking into consideration multidimensional factors, to better inform gender-responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate Leading: relevant organizations, Parties Ongoing to COP 30 Management and availability of sex- disaggregated data for gender analysis in national systems, as appropriate National Table 5 Priority area E: monitoring and reporting Activities Responsibilities Timeline Deliverables/outputs Level of implementation E.1 Strengthen the monitoring and reporting on women in leadership positions within the UNFCCC process in the context of the gender composition report referred to in paragraph 14(b) of this decision and including through case studies Secretariat Ongoing to COP 30 (2024) Inclusion of additional information in gender composition report International E.2 Monitor and report on the implementation of gender-responsive climate policies, plans, strategies and action, as appropriate, reported by Parties in regular reports and communications under the UNFCCC process Secretariat COP 28 (2022) COP 30 Compilation and synthesis report International
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Ponctuation: 798048.34 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=FCCC/SBI/2019/L.31&Lang=F
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The project is expected to generate lessons learned that could help inform the ongoing process to operationalize the Technology Mechanism, particularly the Climate Technology Centre and Network, from the Cancun Agreements. (...) The GEF is ready to support additional TNAs focusing on small and medium income countries, taking into consideration the lessons learned from the ongoing TNA project under implementation by UNEP. (...) GEF technology transfer investments have generated not only significant emissions reductions, but a body of knowledge and lessons learned that are informing today's technology transfer activities.
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Ponctuation: 796762.35 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=FCCC/SBI/2011/14&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES. NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
The regional projects are starting to generate lessons learned, which are discussed in paragraph 7, to help inform the Technology Mechanism, in particular the CTCN, and facilitate coordination and cooperation on climate technology development and transfer. __________________ 1 FCCC/SBI/2014/21, paragraph 87. 2 FCCC/SBI/2015/10, paragraph 79. (...) A key message that surfaced during the discussions as a lesson learned is that access to information and financing are main elements in the promotion of climate technologies in developing countries.
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Ponctuation: 794241.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=FCCC/CP/2015/4/ADD.1&Lang=F
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CAPACITY-BUILDING UNDER THE KYOTO PROTOCOL. DRAFT CONCLUSIONS PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
The third comprehensive review of the implementation of the capacity-building framework has the following objectives: (a) [To take stock of progress in, and assess the effectiveness of, the implementation of the capacity-building framework using performance indicators or other appropriate evaluations tools;] (b) To examine possible gaps between the provisions of decisions of the COP and the CMP and the implementation of capacity-building activities; (c) To identify lessons learned and best practices with a view to developing options for enhanced implementation of the capacity-building framework, taking into account additional needs and priorities for capacity-building; (d) To effectively review gaps and challenges in addressing the implementation of priority areas as contained in the capacity-building framework and in meeting the capacity-building needs to enhance action on mitigation, adaptation and technology transfer; (e) [To effectively review gaps and challenges in addressing access to financial resources and [attracting private sector investment] [private sector actions][investment] to support action on mitigation and adaptation and technology cooperation, in a measurable, reportable and verifiable manner;] (f) To provide recommendations to the SBI on ways to address the key capacity- building gaps at the individual, institutional and systemic levels as identified by the first3 1 Decision 13/CP.17, paragraph 7. 2 Decision 15/CMP.7, paragraph 8. 3 Decision 2/CP.10. (...) Drawing upon the information sources listed in section IV above and taking into account the objectives listed in section II above, the secretariat will prepare, for consideration by SBI 44 (May 2016), a report on the implementation of the capacity- building framework, including: (a) Descriptions of capacity-building programmes and activities; (b) [Identification of needs and gaps and an assessment of factors and constraints in capacity-building activities in developing countries that influence the effectiveness of capacity-building projects and programmes, as well as lessons learned and best practices, future opportunities, challenges and barriers, and possible areas for improvement;] (c) [Assessment of the support provided for the implementation of national strategies and plans for capacity-building;] (d) Key results and impacts; (e) Information on the extent and variety of stakeholders within developing countries (governmental and non-governmental organizations, the private sector, community organizations, etc.) involved in, and benefiting from, capacity-building activities; (f) [The availability of, and access to, resources and the effectiveness of their deployment;] (g) The sustainability of capacity-building activities and the extent of national engagement; (h) [The extent to which capacity-building activities support the initial scope of needs and areas listed in decision 2/CP.7, annex, paragraphs 15–17, actions by Parties 7 Decision 2/CP.10. 8 Decisions 13/CP.17 and 15/CMP.7. 9 http://unfccc.int/cooperation_and_support/capacity_building/items/7204.php.
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Ponctuation: 794241.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=FCCC/SBI/2015/L.16&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT OF EVERYONE TO THE ENJOYMENT OF THE HIGHEST ATTAINABLE STANDARD OF PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH, ANAND GROVER : ADDENDUM
In this way, district and local governments are able to respond more dynamically to population concerns and to bring health expenditure into line with local health needs and preferences.19 Like many other former Soviet republics, however, decentralization was not accompanied by a coherent strategy to raise local managerial competence.20 For example, the Special Rapporteur learned during the visit that the resistance of certain Government entities to the efforts made to increase the level of discretion and amount of funds pooled at the province level was due to concerns relating to transparency, accountability and managerial competence. (...) The Special Rapporteur learned during his visit that the average monthly salary for doctors is approximately $85 and $50 for nurses. (...) In some cases, treatment starts as late as six to eight weeks after detection.50 Moreover, during his visit, the Special Rapporteur learned that the prevalence of tuberculosis in prisons rose from 165 in 2007 to 195 in 2011, and that the prevalence of multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis dropped only slightly, from 22 in 2010 to 19 in 2011.
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Ponctuation: 790024.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/23/41/ADD.2&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON THE ISSUE OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN IN LAW AND IN PRACTICE ON ITS MISSION TO SAMOA :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The experts welcome the role of the Maintenance and Affiliation Section of the Ministry of Justice and Court Administration with regard to enforcing court orders for maintenance by legally representing entitled women. The Working Group learned that, to date, 800 such cases had been taken up. (...) Furthermore, there seems to be limited State responses to the specific needs of women with disabilities who face multiple forms of discrimination and mental health issues. The experts learned that Samoa did not seem to have mental health professionals. (...) Despite efforts to make condoms more available, the Working Group learned of particular challenges young people face in accessing them, including active resistance.
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Ponctuation: 790024.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/38/46/ADD.1&Lang=F
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LETTER DATED 7 SEPTEMBER 2016 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TAJIKISTAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADRESSED TO THE SECRETARY GENERAL
A/C.2/71/3 7/18 16-18078 delivery of water and sanitation services for billions of people, to learn to work in partnership engaging all stakeholders, as well as to strengthen capacity building by helping foster an exchange of best practices and lessons learned. (...) UNDP is also in a unique position to support countries to monitor, learn and apply lessons learned on IWRM and SDG 6 for sustainable development. (...) The presentations provided information on best practices, lessons learned and experiences as well as the common challenges and barriers being faced in particular by LDCs, SIDS and LLDCs.
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Ponctuation: 788777.05 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=A/C.2/71/3&Lang=F
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A role for nuclear techniques Prudent and efficient use of antimicrobials in pigs and poultry Understanding antimicrobial resistance in aquaculture Tackling antimicrobial use and resistance in dairy cattle: Lessons learned in Sweden Instruments internationaux sur l’utilisation des antimicrobiens dans les secteurs de la santé humaine, des animaux et des plantes Handbook Responsible use of antibiotics in livestock production for animal health workers in Viet Nam Antimicrobial resistance in food Antimicrobial Resistance Multi-Partner Trust Fund Drivers, dynamics and epidemiology of antimicrobial resistance in animal production Tackling antimicrobial use and resistance in pig production − Lessons learned in Denmark The performance of antimicrobial susceptibility testing programmes relevant to aquaculture and aquacultural products Handle antimicrobials with care.
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Ponctuation: 788593.6 - https://www.fao.org/publicatio...ighlights-detail/fr/c/1456124/
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ANNOTATED PROVISIONAL AGENDA FOR THE TWELFTH MEETING
Le secrétariat conjoint présentera le document d’information intitulé « Protocol on Water and Health and the COVID-19 pandemic: relevance, perspectives and lessons learned » (Le Protocole sur l’eau et la santé et la pandémie de COVID-19 : pertinence, perspectives et enseignements à tirer), établi en coopération avec le Bureau du Protocole et les pays jouant conjointement le rôle de chefs de file pour les différents domaines d’activité. (...) Document(s) : Programme de travail pour 2020-2022 (ECE/MP.WH/19/Add.1- EUPCR/1814149/1.2/2019/MOP-5/06/Add.1) Rapport du Comité d’examen du respect des dispositions sur sa dix-neuvième réunion (ECE/MP.WH/C.1/2020/2-EUPCR/1611921/2.1/2020/CC/06) Rapport du Comité d’examen du respect des dispositions sur sa vingtième réunion (ECE/MP.WH/C.1/2020/4-EUPCR/1611921/2.1/2020/CC2/06) Documents informels Protocol on Water and Health and the COVID-19 pandemic: relevance, perspectives and lessons learned Report of the eleventh meeting of the Task Force on Target Setting and Reporting Water, sanitation, hygiene and health: Policy brief (Bureau régional de l’Organisation mondiale de la Santé pour l’Europe, 2020)2 National situational analysis of water, sanitation and hygiene in healthcare facilities in Serbia: Summary report (Bureau régional de l’Organisation mondiale de la Santé pour l’Europe, 2020)3 Costing and financing of small-scale water supply and sanitation services (Bureau régional de l’Organisation mondiale de la Santé pour l’Europe, 2020)4 Increasing resilience to climate change through the Protocol on Water and Health (projet de note d’information) 6.
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Ponctuation: 784551.86 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=ECE/MP.WH/WG.1/2021/1&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP OF EXPERTS ON PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT ON ITS 12TH SESSION : ADDENDUM
During meetings with the Department for Communities and Local Governments (DCLG) the Working Group learned of the Localism Act, which aims to strengthen decision-making processes at the local level. (...) During the visit to Liverpool the Working Group learned how local government was supporting the supplementary schools initiatives. (...) Access to justice 53. The Working Group learned that people of African descent who are victims of discrimination may seek recourse to justice through the Equality Act.
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Ponctuation: 783299.46 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/24/52/ADD.1&Lang=F
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