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Impacts…cont Forest-dependent livelihoods: changes in forest /woodland ecosystems extent, quality and species composition in likely to have an impact on the livelihoods of forest dependent communities. (...) Policies,,, cont Forest Policy/2007 • The object of the forest policy is to increase the forestry sectors contribution to economic growth by protecting and developing forest resources. (...) Energy policy/1994 • The general content of the policy focused on energy development, energy supply, energy saving and utilization capacity, major cross sectoral policies and improvement of organizational structure of the energy sector.
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Score: 752329.2 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/d...c048294cc5acf7dfa7a0e3add6.pdf
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Pumps, Pipes and Promises Pro‐poor practices in urban  water management Sustainable water management in  cities: engaging stakeholders for  effective change and action 13‐17 December, Zaragoza John Butterworth UWM policies, processes and practices are likely to  impact strongly on social issues access to basic services • Fundamental rights • Central to standard of living major infrastructure and engineering • Displaces people • Modifies habitats can create employment opportunities Inclusion or exclusion depends on design and details  of implementation should not assume that all actions will lead to social benefits rather that urban water management ‘improvements’ and  ‘actions’ (including stakeholder engagement) are likely to do  social harm • if social issues are poorly understood or considered,  • If governance is not strongly socially‐inclusive  urban water management needs to be designed to be socially  inclusive Inclusion or exclusion depends on design and details  of implementation engaging disadvantaged groups and confronting prejudice  and discriminatory beliefs is not straightforward • can lead to disputes and conflict • requires mediation and negotiation  needs resources, facilitation skills and commitment to tackle  exclusion in an integrated and coordinated way  piecemeal efforts are unlikely to be successful Groupwork question What are the best pro‐poor practices in urban  water management?  (or what are the best practices to promote  social inclusion in urban water management) Pro-poor practices in urban water management UWM policies, processes and practices are likely to impact strongly on social issues Inclusion or exclusion depends on design and details of implementation Inclusion or exclusion depends on design and details of implementation Groupwork question
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Score: 752278.12 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...onf_social_inclusion_day_2.pdf
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The United Nations Commission presented conclusions of the Consultation on dependent care policies in Latin America: children, older adults, the disabled and the chronically ill , which surveyed more than 500 opinion makers in several of the region's countries in March 2012. (...) That is why we need public policies that generate better conditions for children and dependents. (...) The main results of the consultation were presented by Luis Eduardo González, from the CIFRA consultancy in Uruguay, and were obtained thanks to support from the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) and the Spanish Government's Directorate-General for Development Policy Planning and Evaluation (DGPOLDE). Mr González explained that there is a favourable climate for socially tackling the issue of dependent care in the region (45% of women polled and 41% of men surveyed).
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Score: 751380.2 - https://www.cepal.org/en/press...red-between-state-and-families
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Joint UNODC/WHO Programme on Drug Dependence Treatment and Care Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) Drug dependence treatment should become a part of the mainstream health care and social welfare system, without discrimination with respect to other chronic general and mental health disorders. (...) The investment in comprehensive and results-oriented programmes for drug dependence treatment and care, particularly community-based interventions, including the skill set of their human resources.
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Score: 751358.4 - https://www.who.int/initiative...-dependence-treatment-and-care
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A gate is defined by, for example, an IP 5-tuple and additional link- layer attributes Technology-Dependent Gate Control (TDGC) TRCFPerforms technology-dependent policy decision.Technology Dependent Decision Point (TDP) TRCFMaps the network QoS parameters to transport technology dependent QoS parameters (transport technology dependent). QoS Mapping - Technology Dependent (QMTD) PDF, A-TRCF Controls the opening and closing of a gate. (...) IP Gate Control (IPGC) PDFControls network address translation for both near end NA(P)T and far end NA(P)T NAPT Control (NAPTC) PDFDecides on the packet marking and remarking of flowsIP Packet Marking Control (IPMC) PDFPerforms the policy decisions in terms of network resources and admission control, based on request information from the SCF Final Decision Point (FDP) PDFMaps the service QoS parameters received from the SCF to network QoS parameters (transport technology independent) QoS Mapping - Technology Independent (QMTI) LocationDescription Resource and Admission Control Functions Function 7 29.04.2005 ITU-T WORKSHOP On Next Generation Networks in Collaboration with IETF (Geneva, 1-2 May 2005) Issues o Inter-operator domain boundaries o Addition of PDF to access network o Inclusion of core network selection
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Score: 749226.03 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...resentations/s3-mainwaring.pdf
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CruciallyCrucially the economic effects of the economic effects of population aging depend on population aging depend on institutions and policiesinstitutions and policies.. (...) Old-age dependency ratio (65+/15-64) Onset of serious population aging is late in the transition Rising dependency as mortality falls Population aging Rising dependency as mortality falls The “first dividend”: Dependency falls Dependency ends where it began. (...) Variation in the total dependency ratioVariation in the total dependency ratio Population aging Rising dependency as mortality falls The “first dividend”: dependency falls At start: Many children and few elderly.
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Score: 748339.45 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ommission/2007/keynote/lee.pdf
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Commodity-dependent developing countries face risk of economic crisis even before a direct hit from Covid-19 | UN DESA | United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Department of Economic and Social Affairs Search UN DESA Home About UN DESA Who we are What we do Leadership DESA Divisions Advisory Board Global Online Policy Dialogue Series ECESA Conferences & Summits Organigramme Key Issues Intergovernmental Support SDG Knowledge Population Dynamics Public Institutions Sustainable Financing Social Inclusion Statistics Economic Analysis Forests News UN DESA Voice Publications Publications Working Papers Policy Briefs Multimedia Library Videos Infographics Calendar Contact Us COVID-19 Webinars Home About UN DESA Who we are What we do Leadership DESA Divisions Advisory Board Global Online Policy Dialogue Series ECESA Conferences & Summits Organigramme Key Issues Intergovernmental Support SDG Knowledge Population Dynamics Public Institutions Sustainable Financing Social Inclusion Statistics Economic Analysis Forests News UN DESA Voice Publications Publications Working Papers Policy Briefs Multimedia Library Videos Infographics Calendar Contact Us COVID-19 Webinars Home News Commodity-dependent developing countries face risk of economic crisis even before a direct hit from Covid-19 News Commodity-dependent developing countries face risk of economic crisis even before a direct hit from Covid-19 15 April 2020 , New York Many commodity-dependent economies in Africa and Latin America will likely face an economic crisis before they are directly hit by the pandemic, which will further limit their ability to handle a health crisis, according to a policy brief released by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs today. (...) Sharply reduced commodity prices have weakened external balances of many commodity-dependent economies, triggering massive capital outflows of portfolio capital and exchange rate depreciations. (...) Even if the pandemic is contained, the policy brief states that it is unlikely that commodity prices will rebound very quickly and that commodity-dependent economies need to brace for a long and painful recovery.
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Score: 747371.88 - https://www.un.org/development...icy/policy-brief-covid-19.html
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Support for tobacco users in their cessation efforts and successful treatment of their tobacco dependence will reinforce other tobacco control policies, by increasing social support for them and increasing their acceptability. (...) Analyse, where appropriate: (1) the status of all tobacco control policies in the country and their impact, especially in motivating tobacco users to quit and creating demand for treatment support; (2) policies to promote tobacco cessation and provide tobacco dependence treatment; (3) existing tobacco dependence treatment services and their impact; (4) the resources available to strengthen the promotion of tobacco cessation and tobacco dependence treatment services (or to create such services where they do not yet exist), including training capacity, 8 health-care infrastructure, and any other infrastructure that may be helpful; (5) any monitoring data available (see “Monitoring and evaluation” below). (...) Implementing tobacco cessation and tobacco dependence treatment measures in conjunction with such policies will have a synergistic effect and thus maximize the impact on public health. 55.
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Score: 746880.57 - https://www.who.int/fctc/treat...delines_Article_14_English.pdf
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Support for tobacco users in their cessation efforts and successful treatment of their tobacco dependence will reinforce other tobacco control policies, by increasing social support for them and increasing their acceptability. (...) Analyse, where appropriate: (1) the status of all tobacco control policies in the country and their impact, especially in motivating tobacco users to quit and creating demand for treatment support; (2) policies to promote tobacco cessation and provide tobacco dependence treatment; (3) existing tobacco dependence treatment services and their impact; (4) the resources available to strengthen the promotion of tobacco cessation and tobacco dependence treatment services (or to create such services where they do not yet exist), including training capacity, 8 health-care infrastructure, and any other infrastructure that may be helpful; (5) any monitoring data available (see “Monitoring and evaluation” below). (...) Implementing tobacco cessation and tobacco dependence treatment measures in conjunction with such policies will have a synergistic effect and thus maximize the impact on public health. 55.
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Score: 746406.64 - https://www.who.int/fctc/Guidelines.pdf
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The number of people with moderate to severe dependency requiring periodical care is expected to double in Latin America between 2000 and 2050, rising from 23 million to 50 million. (...) The study projects different scenarios for some of the region’s countries between 2000 and 2050, based on a proxy measurement known as the “dependency ratio”, in other words the number of individuals with care needs for every 100 potential carers. (...) In 2050, the care burden of those under the age of 12 will represent 57% of the total, while for those aged 75 and above the figure is 43%. In Mexico, the dependency ratio will fall until about 2030, when it will begin to climb again.
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Score: 745701.86 - https://www.cepal.org/notes/68/EnFoco_1
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