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Caribbean countries manage natural resources and ecosystems to strengthen their resilience and enhance the resilience and prosperity of the people and communities that depend on them. Structural transformation accelerated, particularly green, inclusive and digital transformations No one left behind, centring on equitable access to opportunities and rights-based approach to human agency and human development Resilience built to respond to systemic uncertainty and risk MSDCF Evaluation   N/A   RCO  Outcome   December 2025 50,000  UNCT Budget and UN agencies   Caribbean countries manage natural resources and ecosystems to strengthen their resilience and enhance the resilience and prosperity of the people and communities that depend on them. Resilience built to respond to systemic uncertainty and risk Developing the national ABS legal, policy and institutional framework in Jamaica to effectively implement the Nagoya Protocol – Terminal Evaluation   N/A  GEF  Project   October 2024 25, 500  Project budget  Caribbean countries manage natural resources and ecosystems to strengthen their resilience and enhance the resilience and prosperity of the people and communities that depend on them. Resilience built to respond to systemic uncertainty and risk Conserving biodiversity and reducing land degradation using an integrated approach – Midterm Evaluation   N/A  GEF  Project  June 2024 35,000  MCO and Project budget  Caribbean countries manage natural resources and ecosystems to strengthen their resilience and enhance the resilience and prosperity of the people and communities that depend on them. Resilience built to respond to systemic uncertainty and risk Conserving biodiversity and reducing land degradation using an integrated approach –Terminal Evaluation  N/A  GEF  Project  October 2026  60,000  MCO and Project budget  Caribbean countries manage natural resources and ecosystems to strengthen their resilience and enhance the resilience and prosperity of the people and communities that depend on them.
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Score: 747317.97 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...DCPJAM4_Evaluation%20Plan.docx
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Securing Tenure Rights for Forest Landscape Dependent Communities: Linking Science with Policy to Advance Tenure Security, Sustainable Forest Management and People's Livelihoods  | FAO and the Global Environment Facility | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español FAO and the GEF Partnering for Sustainable Agriculture and the Environment FAO and GEF-8 Knowledge Projects Dryland Sustainable Landscapes Highlights Resources Securing Tenure Rights for Forest Landscape Dependent Communities: Linking Science with Policy to Advance Tenure Security, Sustainable Forest Management and People's Livelihoods To improve the way knowledge about forest and land tenure reforms is understood, communicated and used so that decision makers, practitioners and forest-dependent people in developing countries are well-equipped to develop and implement policies and projects that support tenure security, livelihoods and sustainable forest management. The project will enable analysis and synthesis of several aspect, including, the emergence of reforms and the interaction between customary and formal land and forest tenure, policy implementation processes and practices and, livelihoods and sustainability outcomes of tenure reforms.
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Score: 746817.4 - https://www.fao.org/gef/projects/detail/en/c/1056892/
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Through the G3, these alliances are pushing the locally controlled forestry agenda forward and are making the voices of forest-dependent people heard in both local and global policy arenas. (...) The G3 plays a key role in making the voices of forest- dependent people heard at both local and global levels. (...) It has presented and defended the cause of forest-dependent communities at international, regional and local fora, and made sure their voices impact policy.
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Score: 745678.4 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/2...6e48ebe97c6fb81b14479628e3.pdf
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UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab - Structural, behavioural and policy-related drivers UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab - Structural, behavioural and policy-related drivers Detection and removal of exclusion drivers is part of inclusive interventions. The occurrence of exclusion depends on the interactions between risks and a set of structural, behavioural and policy-related drivers. (...) Explore concrete policy examples on the map.  
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Score: 745112.9 - https://en.unesco.org/inclusiv...nd-policy-related-drivers/feed
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Statistical definition and measurement of dependent “self-employed” workers INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE 20th International Conference of Labour Statisticians Geneva, 10–19 October 2018 Room document: 6 Statistical definition and measurement of dependent “self-employed” workers Rationale for the proposal for a statistical category of dependent contractors 1 1 Prepared by D. (...) The distinction between cases where an employment relationship exists (employees), “true self-employment”, and “dependent contracting” is relevant to a wide range of analytical applications, including analysis of the labour market, taxation implications, labour law, social security obligations, and more general social policy. (...) The second element relates to a broader notion of economic dependence whereby the person’s access to the market is dependent on another entity.
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Score: 744674.1 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_636042.pdf
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The evaluation protocol and the used metrics differ, depending on what the decision making mechanism does. (...) There are many possible policies depending on the context, trust model and infrastructures. Here are some trust policy and rules perspective depending on the trust model for decision-making mechanisms: • Cognitive View: This cognitive approach explicitly considers the inseparable nature of trust, risk and context.
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Score: 744613.13 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...7/files/basic-html/page78.html
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UNHCR's Policy on Older Refugees UNHCR's Policy on Older Refugees I. (...) While the plight of older refugees can be severe, they should not be seen only as passive, dependent recipients of assistance. This policy seeks to highlight that older refugees often serve as formal and informal leaders of communities; they are valuable resources for guidance and advice, and transmitters of culture, skills and crafts that are important in preserving the traditions of the dispossessed and displaced. Older refugees can and do make an active contribution to the well- being of their next-of-kin, and only become totally dependent in the final stages of frailty, disability and illness.
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Score: 744165.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...NHCRsPolicyonOlderRefugees.pdf
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• West and Central • Do CT create dependency? Are CT handouts? How ensure beneficiaries are not discouraged from income generating activities? (...) • Children’s well being depend on families’ livelihood, capacity to care for them; Child poverty is multi- dimensional (economic and social ) • Social impacts depend on livelihoods and vice versa • The advocacy –’making the case’-message is strengthened by integrating evidence on social impacts, with evidence on economic and productive impacts • Systems approach: multi-sector approach • Integrating different pillars of social protection (including livelihood production) • *** Relevance of the evidence and analysis for policy discussions at country and regional level Perspectives from ESA Region: Why this partnership is critical for UNICEF? (...) – Differentiated poor - Different approaches depending on profile of beneficiaries? Are there complementarities?
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Score: 743889.36 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...r-Setting_the_stage-Oct_10.pdf
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RF) 9,022 8,256 The region needs a paradigm shift in policies and strategies A range of actions to improve energy security Possible policy options/actions? 21 A range of actions to improve energy security through the creation of an all inclusive and strategic ener gy policy Overall thrust - to reduce dependency on fossil fuel through diversification of energy supply, including new and renewable sources of energy and efficient use of en ergy. (...) GREATER REGIONAL AND SUBREGIONAL ENERGY COOPERATION (From independency to inter- dependency) 23 dependency) a) Safeguard against energy market volatility b) Regional energy trade, transit and exchange c) South-South cooperation Way forward 24 1.
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Score: 742848.83 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...c07/presentations/S71_saha.pdf
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Qualitative data: dichotomous dependent variable (presence/absence of phenomenon), non-quantifiable properties A different logic than statistical analysis: 1. (...) Operational definition depending on MDG4 and 5: • 20 on-track countries for either/or MDG4 and MDG5. (...) Triangulation and further analysis: (1) logistic regression (2) case studies (e.g., no information in dataset on "international linkage") (3) fuzzy-set analysis. 2. Policy advice: "taking action" factors. 3. The nature of the dependent variable: - On track vs. not on track is one possibility; -The other possibility being to try to explain absolute rates of mortalities rather than progression over time. 4.
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Score: 742742.43 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/even...ul_leadership_presentation.pdf
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