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In a statement to staff members on 17 January 2018, the Commissioner-General announced that the Government of the United States was limiting its contribution to the Agency to USD 60 million in 2018, compared to its contribution of more than USD 350 million in 2017. 4. (...) The non-renewal decisions were related to the financial crisis that the Agency was facing with the reduction in funding of almost USD 300 million of more than USD 350 million that was expected in 2018 for both its Programme Budget and Emergency THE UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL Judgment No. 2020-UNAT-1028 3 of 8 Appeals. (...) In 2017, the Government of the United States provided USD 95 million of the USD 138 million in total pledges to the EA for the GFO and WBFO.
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Score: 790974.27 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1028.pdf
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Mass digitization and accumulation of digital information electronically; Continued scanning of some four to five million most important pages and documents and digitizing them (out of the 20 million), quality control of scanned outputs, conversion for optical character recognition, subject analysis, metadata creation and uploading to UN websites and repositories. (...) Assured worldwide availability and access to additional four to five million UN documents in the short run and 12.5 million UN documents in the medium-term and approximately 20 million in the long run; Enable the Secretary-General to respond robustly to repeated General Assembly resolutions to carry out the retrospective digitization of all important older official documents, including achieving aspects of equal treatment of the six official languages and multilingual presentation of UN websites (...) … We will be focusing on the remaining four million documents and pages which were identified to be the most critical … Case No.
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Score: 735394.14 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2018-219.pdf
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That Project has also been generously supported by a voluntary contribution of $5 million from Qatar and $100,000 from China. When the Project concludes later this year over 1.25 million pages covering the most vulnerable, older, historic documents will have been preserved … Case No. (...) Assured worldwide availability and access to additional four to five million UN documents in the short run and 12.5 million UN documents in the medium-term and approximately 20 million in the long run; Enable the Secretary-General to respond robustly to repeated General Assembly resolutions to carry out the retrospective digitization of all important older official documents, including achieving aspects of equal treatment of the six official languages and multilingual presentation of UN websites (...) … We will be focusing on the remaining four million documents and pages which were identified to be the most critical … 21.
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Score: 735394.14 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2018-220.pdf
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In terms of the Regular Resources, according to the midterm review of the integrated budget 2014-2017 dated 7 April 2016, while UNFPA was on track to achieve the revenue targets for Regular Resources in 2014, during 2015, “the global financial outlook changed significantly, mostly driven by adverse exchange rates against a strong United States dollar”.1 As a result, Regular Resources in 2015 totalled USD398 million, falling short of the USD478 million projected. Based on these financial trends, as well as communications received from key donors for 2016, the contribution revenue projections for Regular Resources for 2016 and 2017 have been updated from USD482 million to USD340 million, and from USD486 million to USD350 million, respectively.2 The revised integrated budget was approved by the Executive Board in June 2016.3 UNFPA funding issues were discussed again by the Executive Board in September 2016, which noted that the currency fluctuations could affect the resource levels of UNFPA and encouraged member states to increase their contributions to Regular Resources.4 31. (...) Further, the Technical Division’s expenses under UBRAF budget declined substantially from approximately USD2.6 million in 2015 to USD1.8 million in 2016 (Annex RXII of the Respondent’s submission dated 10 September 2019). 33.
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Score: 710186.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-164.pdf
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In a statement to staff members on 17 January 2018, the Commissioner-General (“CG”) announced that the Government of the United States was limiting its contribution to the Agency to USD 60 million in 2018, compared to its contribution of more than USD 350 million in 2017. 3. (...) For example the Agency managed to preserve the food distributions for 1 Million people in Gaza. This remains a key priority and that we have been able to maintain the intervention after an immense loss of income is a very big achievement. (...) He decided to take measures to prioritize and secure the Agency’s community mental health programme and cash for work programme in Gaza in order to protect vital food assistance to a million refugees. To do that, he was obliged to re- structure and to make job cuts.
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Score: 685448.34 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1018.pdf
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In a statement to staff members on 17 January 2018, the Commissioner-General (“CG”) announced that the Government of the United States was limiting its contribution to the Agency to USD 60 million in 2018, compared to its contribution of more than USD 350 million in 2017. 4. (...) For example the Agency managed to preserve the food distributions for 1 Million people in Gaza. This remains a key priority and THE UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL Judgment No. 2020-UNAT-1016 5 of 11 that we have been able to maintain the intervention after an immense loss of income is a very big achievement. (...) He decided to take measures to prioritize and secure the Agency’s community mental health programme and cash for work programme in Gaza in order to protect vital food assistance to a million refugees. To do that, he was obliged to restructure and to make job cuts.
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Score: 685448.34 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1016.pdf
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In a statement to staff members on 17 January 2018, the CG announced that the Government of the United States was limiting its contribution to the Agency to 60 million USD in 2018, compared to its contribution of more than 350 million USD in 2017. 4. (...) Emergency interventions in the West Bank are, proportionately, the most heavily impacted because they have been supported almost entirely by the US for years, and those resources are no longer available in 2018. … In Gaza, poverty and unemployment rates are at very high levels, and almost a million refugees – more than 50 percent of the population – depend on food aid from UNRWA. (...) He decided to take measures to prioritize and secure the Agency’s community mental health programme and cash for work programme in Gaza in order to protect vital food assistance to a million refugees. To do that, he was obliged to re-structure and to make job cuts.
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Score: 672489.84 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1017.pdf
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UNDT/2010/208 Page 3 of 14 cut GP-funded costs by USD2.2 million while also preparing for the very real possibility that further measures will be needed if the funding of UNODC is further affected by the global economic crisis”. 8. (...) The Respondent’s assertion that the Applicant’s post in Cairo was abolished due to the difficult financial situation of UNODC does not have any basis: the programme in which the Applicant was serving grew from USD250 000 to USD8 million, it was self- sustainable and even sending overhead money to Vienna. 28. (...) GP funds for UNODC shrunk from an average of USD21 million annually between 1992 and 1998 to USD15 million in 2008 and were reduced by another USD2 million in 2009.
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Score: 660387 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-208.pdf
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UNDT/2019/015 Page 13 of 47 30. The additional USD1 million had to be allocated and spent before the end of the year 2007. (...) But that additional $1 million dollar was supposed to be allocated or spent by the end of the same year. (...) Initially, the storage was hired for that $1 million project. Then, actually, starting from 2007, 2008, and 2009, we had huge procurements.
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Score: 615742.77 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-015.pdf
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In a statement to staff members on 17 January 2018, the Commissioner-General (“CG”) announced that the Government of the United States was limiting its contribution to the Agency to 60 million USD in 2018, compared to its contribution of more than 350 million USD in 2017. 5. (...) It is clear from the CG’s messages that the decrease in funding significantly affected the Agency’s EA for the GFO and WBFO insofar as the CG decided to take some internal measures with respect to the Agency’s community mental health programme and cash for work programme in Gaza in order to protect vital food assistance to a million refugees. The UNRWA DT accordingly found that the challenged administrative decision was reasonable. 54. (...) Secretary-General of the United Nations, Judgment No. 2019-UNAT-902, para. 34. 11 In this letter, written in tempore non suspecto, the DUO/G stated that: “The huge reduction in funding of almost US$ 300 million of more than US$ 350 million that was expected in 2018 for both our Programme Budget and Emergency Appeals by UNRWA’s largest donor, the USA, plunged the Agency into a dramatic and sudden existential crisis”. 12 Impugned Judgment, para. 62.
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Score: 615387.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1022.pdf
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