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A reconfigured UN presence does not necessarily mean less presence. It means tailored, more relevant and therefore higher quality presence of the UN in country, ensuring that entities on the ground each bring added value, capacity and skill sets required to address that country’s needs. (...) Operational guidelines for country presence The UNDG will develop operational guidelines that provide more detailed guidance to UN entities, Resident Coordinators and UNCTs on how the proposed approach for UNDS country presence and related criteria to be applied in-country. (...) Resident coordinators, through their RCOs, should be able to draw on the expertise of these entities, including those with only a global or regional presence. It is not expected that these entities establish new or further country presence.
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Score: 720059.03 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...0of%20UN%20Country%20Teams.pdf
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1 Summary Brief Pacific Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Joint Presence Office model March 2016 UN Joint Presence Offices (JPOs) were established in 2008 in nine Pacific SIDS1 reporting to the Resident Coordinator (RC) based in Fiji. The JPOs are a response to the demands of SIDS in the Pacific for enhanced substantive support for the development challenges that the SIDS are facing while at the same time ensuring a cost effective alternative to full UN presence in each country. The Joint Presence Office model is unique and has the potential to be replicated in other SIDS regions and multiple small country contexts as a cost effective mechanism for strengthened UN coordination, liaison and delivery. (...) Whilst the UN has a commitment to maintaining its UN office country presence and approach, there could be reluctance on the part of some host governments to fully embrace a JPO model if they felt the approach would not allow for a full UN country presence, full capacity and engagement reflecting the unique needs of their SIDS.
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Score: 695244.7 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...nce-office-model-march2016.pdf
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The Web measure Index is based on a five stage model comprising Emerging presence, Enhanced presence, Interactive presence, Transactional presence and Networked presence. (...) Another important but independent index that is measured by the UN survey is the eParticipation Index which assesses the quality and usefulness of information and services provided by a country for the purpose of engaging its citizens in public policy making by assessing • Institutional capacity, leadership role and support for participatory decision making for public policy • Structures to facilitate citizens’ access to public policy dialogue Some of the main findings of the survey were: • Sweden, Denmark, Norway, USA and the Netherlands are the top 5 nations in 2008 survey • The global average eGovernment readiness index increased from 0.4267 in 2005 to 0.4514 in 2008 • Out of the 192 UN member nations only 3 – Zambia, Central African Republic and Somalia have no online presence • Republic of Korea, ranked number 6 in the world is the highest ranked country from Asia followed by Japan at 11 • Government back-office integration and process re-engineering is increasingly being undertaken • eGovernment is promoting eParticipation through provisioning information for masses, facilitating eConsultation and using inputs from citizens in decision making Performance of GCC and Bahrain The countries in the GCC showed good progress from the last survey conducted in 2005.
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Score: 673225.8 - https://publicadministration.u...overnment-Readiness-Index-2008
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IFAD’s Office of Evaluation re cently evaluated the FPPP, covering also the other forms of country presence established by the Fund i n the past, such as the outposting of country progr amme managers (CPMs) and ‘proxy’ field presence i. (...) Finally, the evaluation concluded that the question is not whether IFAD should or not enhance its country presence, but rather focus on determining the most cost-effective form of country presence that the Fund should pursue in the future. The evaluation was not able to provide a bold indication of the most cost-effective form of country presence, and therefore could not recommend mainstreaming IFAD country presence arrangements for the time being across the board.
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Score: 671557.2 - https://www.ifad.org/documents...28-e3f6-4905-adfc-3c1654ffc5f6
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IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme Navigation Skip to Content IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme - IOE Toggle navigation IfadIoeLanguage Language Selector en english es español fr français Navigation Menu About IOE Resource Center Publications Media Center Search IOE ASSET BANNER Back Corporate Level Evaluations IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme 01 July 2007 Corporate-level evaluation Introduction Background. (...) Assessment of IFAD'S Field Presence experience Design and management of the FPPP. (...) The Fund did not take advantage of the FPPP by systematically experimenting with alternative models to field presence except for the inclusion of satellite countries – a subregional approach to field presence connected to the establishment of field presence in a particular country.
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Score: 670601.03 - https://www.ifad.org/en/web/io...field-presence-pilot-programme
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IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme Navegación Saltar al contenido IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme - IOE Toggle navigation IfadIoeLanguage Selector de idioma en english es español fr français Menú de navegación About IOE Resource Center Publications Media Center Search IOE ASSET BANNER Atrás Corporate Level Evaluations IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme 01 julio 2007 Corporate-level evaluation Introduction Background. (...) Assessment of IFAD'S Field Presence experience Design and management of the FPPP. (...) The Fund did not take advantage of the FPPP by systematically experimenting with alternative models to field presence except for the inclusion of satellite countries – a subregional approach to field presence connected to the establishment of field presence in a particular country.
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Score: 670601.03 - https://www.ifad.org/es/web/io...field-presence-pilot-programme
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IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme Navigation Saut au contenu IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme - IOE Toggle navigation IfadIoeLanguage Sélecteur de Langue en english es español fr français Menu de Navigation About IOE Resource Center Publications Media Center Search IOE ASSET BANNER Retour Corporate Level Evaluations IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme 01 juillet 2007 Corporate-level evaluation Introduction Background. (...) Assessment of IFAD'S Field Presence experience Design and management of the FPPP. (...) The Fund did not take advantage of the FPPP by systematically experimenting with alternative models to field presence except for the inclusion of satellite countries – a subregional approach to field presence connected to the establishment of field presence in a particular country.
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Score: 670601.03 - https://www.ifad.org/fr/web/io...field-presence-pilot-programme
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IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme Navigatie Naar content IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme - IOE Toggle navigation IfadIoeLanguage Taalkiezer en english es español fr français Navigatiemenu About IOE Resource Center Publications Media Center Search IOE ASSET BANNER Terug Corporate Level Evaluations IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme 01 juli 2007 Corporate-level evaluation Introduction Background. (...) Assessment of IFAD'S Field Presence experience Design and management of the FPPP. (...) The Fund did not take advantage of the FPPP by systematically experimenting with alternative models to field presence except for the inclusion of satellite countries – a subregional approach to field presence connected to the establishment of field presence in a particular country.
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Score: 670601.03 - https://www.ifad.org/nl/web/io...field-presence-pilot-programme
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IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme 導航 略過到內容 IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme - IOE Toggle navigation IfadIoeLanguage 語言選擇器 en english es español fr français 導航選單 About IOE Resource Center Publications Media Center Search IOE ASSET BANNER 返回 Corporate Level Evaluations IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme 01 七月 2007 Corporate-level evaluation Introduction Background. (...) Assessment of IFAD'S Field Presence experience Design and management of the FPPP. (...) The Fund did not take advantage of the FPPP by systematically experimenting with alternative models to field presence except for the inclusion of satellite countries – a subregional approach to field presence connected to the establishment of field presence in a particular country.
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Score: 670601.03 - https://www.ifad.org/zh-TW/web...field-presence-pilot-programme
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IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme Navegação Pular para o Conteúdo IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme - IOE Toggle navigation IfadIoeLanguage Seletor de Idioma en english es español fr français Menu de Navegação About IOE Resource Center Publications Media Center Search IOE ASSET BANNER Voltar Corporate Level Evaluations IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme 01 Julho 2007 Corporate-level evaluation Introduction Background. (...) Assessment of IFAD'S Field Presence experience Design and management of the FPPP. (...) The Fund did not take advantage of the FPPP by systematically experimenting with alternative models to field presence except for the inclusion of satellite countries – a subregional approach to field presence connected to the establishment of field presence in a particular country.
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Score: 670601.03 - https://www.ifad.org/pt-BR/web...field-presence-pilot-programme
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