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FINANCING AND GOVERNMENT SUPPORT Recommendations 2/3 25 a) Mapping of existing gaps in collaboration with all related organizationsespecially the KRA, Kenya National Innovation Agency (KeNIA) and the county governments among others to set a roadmap or agenda towards closing the gaps and attaining targeted goals. b) Digital transformation requires access to services like electricity and network to propel online trading. Electricity and network coverage are highly concentrated in the densely populated regions along central, west, and coastal regions.
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Score: 103886.84 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...n-led%20MSMEs%20in%20Kenya.pdf
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(A) United Nations accredited IGOs with an office in New York may follow the same procedure for Member States via the online accreditation system “eAccreditation” at http://eaccreditation.un.int. (...) Lotta Tahtinen Stakeholder Engagement Programme Coordinator Division for Sustainable Development/DESA Email: tahtinen@un.org Media accreditation and services Media accreditation is strictly reserved for members of the press: print, photo, radio, television, film, news agencies, and online media who represent a bona fide media organization (full guidelines are available athttp://www.un.org/en/media/accreditation/request.shtml). (...) It should be sent as a scanned document in pdf format to malu@un.org; (b) Completed online accreditation form available at: http://www.un.org/en/media/accreditation/form/ mailto:duap@un.org http://goo.gl/forms/Ysz1tpLFdB mailto:tahtinen@un.org http://www.un.org/en/media/accreditation/request.shtml mailto:malu@un.org http://www.un.org/en/media/accreditation/form/
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Score: 306961.72 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...0on%2520Registration_final.pdf
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Enabling business environment a) Mapping of existing gaps in collaboration with all related organizations especially the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA), Kenya National Innovation Agency (KeNIA) and the county governments among others to set a roadmap towards closing the that constraint MSME resilience. b) Support of digital transformation by organizing trainings to strengthen digital marketing and online sales skills. Enhancing access and coverage of driving infrastructure like electricity, internet to MSMEs for online trading. (...) These can be tapped to grow MSMEs online presence. Accordingly, the Government should consider organizing tailor made trainings and capacity building for MSMEs to strengthen digital marketing and online sales skills. c) Promotion of local manufacturing industries through campaigns aimed to advocate local brands e.g., buy Kenya build Kenya d) Extension of import and export period once goods have been declared Financing and government support a) Targeted social protection and economic stimulation: policies should be geared towards (1) short term recovery of lost businesses targeting growth-oriented enterprises, allocation of resources towards performing business (2) revival of firms that had a sustainable growth and operations before COVID-19 (3) avoiding the risk of supporting businesses that would only survive if support was being provided to them (3) supporting MSMEs (especially micro and small enterprises) who provide livelihood and subsistence to groups in vulnerable situations (4) Embrace learning from other working systems like education loan, Older Persons Cash Transfer (OPCT) among others to develop support mechanism based on a social protection fund or low interest loans with minimized requirements on collaterals. b) Multi-lingual trainings primarily aimed at strengthening financial management skills, business continuity and resilience during pandemics. (...) Grants from families, and relatives and informal saving groups forms the major source where MSMEs will receive loans. 5 https://www.ca.go.ke/59-million-mobile-phone-devices-connected-to-mobile-networks-as-at-september-2021-ca- report-shows/ 6 https://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/ke/Documents/technology-media- telecommunications/Deloitte_GMCS_Report_The_Kenyan_Cut_August_2019.pdf 7 https://dalberg.com/our-ideas/kenyas-digital-economy-a-peoples-perspective/ 8 Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on MSMEs in the Cebu city the Philippines Assessment of the impact of Covid 19 among MSMEs in Kenya and their resilience mechanism, 2022 25 | d) Promotion efforts aiming to advance online marketing and integrating MSMSEs in public procurement, promotion of cashless transactions and regulations aimed to reduce cost of mobile money transactions e) The government should advance implementation of universal health care to contain the Covid-19 pandemic that highly affects MSMEs f) Proper contingency planning and management through food, drugs and vaccination programs, cash transfers programs among vulnerable groups like
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Score: 183800.4 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...Kenya%20-%20Final%20Report.pdf
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“Religious leaders – including Pope Francis – have added their moral voice in support of a global ceasefire, as have citizens through grassroots mobilization online”, he told reporters.  Putting words into peace actions Although a substantial number of fighters and militias have accepted the call, the UN chief stressed that “there is a huge distance between declarations and deeds – between translating words into peace on the ground, and in the lives of people”.  
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Score: 260452.47 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/04/1061012
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The full AEO report, including additional policy analysis and research, will be available online at  africaneconomicoutlook.org, the OECD/AfDB‐sponsored gateway to economic data, information and research on  Africa. 
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Score: 243831.6 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...es/documents/mediaadvisory.pdf
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. • Identify employment and empowerment opportunities for women & youth in labour intensive manufacturing sectors, • more capital-intensive sectors 12-Jan-22 MOTIE 15 Gambia Priority Sectors for AfCFTA The following priority sectors for the AfCFTA: • Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries • Groundnuts • Cashew Nuts • Horticulture • Fruits (mangos, oranges and tomatoes) and • Vegetables (Chili peppers, sweet potatoes, onions and baby corn) • Cassava • Poultry • Fish and Crustaceans • Rice • Services o Tourism o Travel and Transport o ICT o Creative Industries o Financial Services o Construction Services o Sports • Manufacturing o Edible oils (groundnut, sesame and cashew-nut oils) o Agro-Processing - processing of cashew nuts, coarse grains, fruits, vegetables, rice fruit juices and other food and beverages o Agro-forestry products (honey, handicrafts wood products) o Glass containers o Textiles and Apparel o Soap • Regional Value Chains o Agricultural input sourcing (i.e. seeds, fertilizers, tools and inputs) o Agri-processing input sourcing (i.e. rice, cassava, cereals, fish etc. for domestic processing) o Tourism o Plastic Recycling (packaging materials) o Animal feed 12-Jan-22 MOTIE 16 Accompanying Measures for MSMEs Build the capacity of MSMEs to be competitive and participate in the regional and global value chain • Addressing constraints faced by SMEs and the informal sector • Improve regulatory environment, expand entrepreneurship training, support technology absorption, improve access to finance for MSMEs, provide training for women entrepreneurs and women in the informal sector on overcoming gender-specific challenges • Address the NTBs and promote digitalization of processes to reduce cost of doing businesses, • Increase coordination and sharing of best practices amongst the various entrepreneurship skill development across the country • Supporting Aid-for-trade initiatives in buyer-driven chains that foster supply- chain and/or value chain linkages with lead firms; • Building on existing capabilities in digitalization to expand reach of government support as well as to support technology absorption and productivity gains at the firm level. • Expand online government-supported MSME capacity-building support. 12-Jan-22 MOTIE 17 Conclusion • MOTIE working with a number of partners in support of MSMEs – UNDP – Entrepreneurship and Support to Private sector Development project (ESDP) – ITC - Youth Empowerment Project – ITC – SheTrades project/Hub – UNECA – National AfCFTA Implementation Strategy – UNDESA – Technical support • MOTIE will give more attention to and effort for the integration of the MSMEs into the regional and continental markets through AfCFTA – Identify matured businesses that are ready for exports – Identify targeted emerging MSMEs with export potential 12-Jan-22 MOTIE 18 THANK YOU MOTIE12-Jan-22 19
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Score: 132378.3 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...tation%20in%20The%20Gambia.pdf
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UN/DESA Policy Brief #64. Online at https://www.un.org/development/desa/dpad/publication/un-desa-policy-brief-64-the-covid-19- pandemic-puts-small-island-developing-economies-in-dire-straits/ 17 Ocean Networks Canada (2020) Hushed Seas: monitoring underwater noise during COVID-19 online at https://www.oceannetworks.ca/hushed-seas-monitoring-underwater-noise-during-covid-19 18 Rizvi, A., Forsythe, M., Steen, J., Bhavsar, D. and Mardon, A.A., 2021. (...) Coastal Management, 48(4), 336–347. 27 UNCTAD (2021) COVID-19 and maritime transport: Impact and responses. Online at https://unctad.org/webflyer/covid-19-and-maritime-transport-impact-and-responses 28 Sowman, M., Sunde, J., Pereira, T., Snow, B., Mbatha, P., & James, A. (2021). (...) United Nations Development Programme. https://undp.shorthandstories.com/gef-sgp-waste-not-waste-not/ 35 OECD (2016) The Ocean Economy in 2030. Online at https://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/economics/the-ocean-economy- in-2030_9789264251724-en 10 a.
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Score: 256378.74 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...am_May%2010%202022_FINAL_1.pdf
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We have also organized a series of online capacity building workshops for cities and regions conducting VLRs, bringing together colleagues from all over the world.
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Score: 208690.94 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...op_Jan_2022_DESA_Opening_1.pdf
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As developed by the Ministry of Economy, Development and Tourism, the Digitalize your SME Programme in Chile has provided MSME entrepreneurs with training on how to harness digital technologies to increase online sales, reduce costs and strengthen networks with customers. Under the country’s digital strategy, the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation was established to provide online business and investment solutions to MSMEs. (...) This will require concerted efforts to close the digital divide, in terms of expanding access to digital devices and the coverage of digital infrastructure, strengthening online marketing skills and reducing barriers to offline logistics activities.
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Score: 221758.1 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...n%20developing%20countries.pdf
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT STARTS AND ENDS WITH SAFE, HEALTHY AND WELL-EDUCATED CHILDREN UNICEF, May 2013 We are entering a decisive phase to accelerate efforts and honor the Millennium Promise embedded
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Score: 41445.44 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...ents/3372SD_children_FINAL.pdf
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