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However, unless appropriate institutional arrangements can be put in place to ensure their timely and effective implementation, even sound policies may not produce the desired results. To respond to the increasing requests from its constituents for assistance in NEP implementation, the ILO launched a research project on “a comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms in selected countries”. (...) However, unless appropriate institutional arrangements can be put in place to ensure their timely and effective implementation, even sound policies may not produce the desired results. To respond to the increasing requests from its constituents for assistance in NEP implementation, the ILO launched a research project on “a comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms in selected countries”. (...) However, unless appropriate institutional arrangements can be put in place to ensure timely and effective implementation, even sound policies may not produce the desired results. To respond to the increasing requests from its constituents for assistance in NEP implementation, the ILO launched a research project on “a comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms in selected countries.
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Score: 1059366.7 - www.ilo.org/employment/...arch-briefs/lang--en/index.htm
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However, unless appropriate institutional arrangements can be put in place to ensure their timely and effective implementation, even sound policies may not produce the desired results. To respond to the increasing requests from its constituents for assistance in NEP implementation, the ILO launched a research project on “a comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms in selected countries”. (...) However, unless appropriate institutional arrangements can be put in place to ensure their timely and effective implementation, even sound policies may not produce the desired results. To respond to the increasing requests from its constituents for assistance in NEP implementation, the ILO launched a research project on “a comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms in selected countries”. (...) However, unless appropriate institutional arrangements can be put in place to ensure timely and effective implementation, even sound policies may not produce the desired results. To respond to the increasing requests from its constituents for assistance in NEP implementation, the ILO launched a research project on “a comparative analysis of employment policy implementation mechanisms in selected countries.
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Score: 1059366.7 - https://www.ilo.org/employment...arch-briefs/lang--en/index.htm
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(profitable means that the value of production was greater than total costs, fixed and variable) Reference year: Last 3 calendar years (Fill in one circle only) Step 1a - Table 2.1 reports the data on profitability of the holding for the past 3 consecutive years, collected using the survey module ⃝ 1 Unprofitable for all three years Table 2.1a ⃝ 2 Profitable in one out of the three years Holding #1 Number of times the holding was profitable ⃝ 3 Profitable in two out of the three years Profitable in two out of the three years ⃝ 4 Profitable in three out of the three years Step 2a - Classify the holding according to the sustainability criteria A.2 What was the total value of crops and its by-products produced by the holding? Green (desirable): NFI is above zero for past 3 consecutive years Reference year: Last calendar year Yellow (acceptable): NFI is above zero for at least 1 of the past 3 consecutive years (Fill in all that apply) Red (unsustainable): NFI below zero for all of the past 3 consecutive years Name the 5 main crops and crops by-products produced by the holding and their total value (maximum 5) Table 2.2a HID Number of times the holding was profitable Sustainability Status Unit of Quantity Quantity unit Average or latest Total 1 Profitable in two out of the three years Acceptable Crop name Area measure Produced of measure Price per unit Value of Production 2 Profitable in three out of the three years Desirable ⃝ 1 Maize 2 . 0 0 h a 2 0 . 0 0 t o n 1 0 . 0 0 2 0 0 . 0 0 3 Profitable in one out of the three years Acceptable ⃝ 2 Rice 1 . 0 0 h a 1 0 . 0 0 t o n 1 0 . 0 0 1 0 0 . 0 0 4 Unprofitable for all three years Non-sustainable ⃝ 3 Cotton 1 . 0 0 h a 5 . 0 0 t o n 1 0 . 0 0 5 0 . 0 0 5 Unprofitable for all three years Non-sustainable ⃝ 4 Wheat 1 . 0 0 h a 3 . 0 0 t o n 1 0 . 0 0 3 0 . 0 0 6 Profitable in three out of the three years Desirable ⃝ 5 Fifth crop 1 . 0 0 h a 2 . 0 0 t o n 1 0 . 0 0 2 0 . 0 0 7 Profitable in two out of the three years Acceptable 8 Profitable in three out of the three years Desirable Quantity Quantity unit Average or latest Total 9 Profitable in two out of the three years Acceptable Crop by-product name Produced of measure Price per unit Value of Production 10 Profitable in three out of the three years Desirable ⃝ 1 Maize – Stalks / straw 1 0 . 0 0 t o n 1 . 0 0 1 0 . 0 0 ⃝ 2 Rice – Straw / Husk 5 . 0 0 t o n 1 . 0 0 5 . 0 0 ⃝ 3 Cotton – Sticks 3 . 0 0 t o n 1 . 0 0 3 . 0 0 Step 3a - Associate the sustainability status to the agriculture area of each holding (measured in hectare) ⃝ 4 Wheat - Stalks 1 . 0 0 t o n 1 . 0 0 1 . 0 0 Agriculture area in hectare = Land under temporary crops + Land under temporary meadows and pastures + Land temporarily fallow + ⃝ 5 Fifth crop by-product 1 . 0 0 t o n 1 . 0 0 1 . 0 0 Land under permanent crops + Land under permanent meadows and pastures Table 2.3a A.3 What was the total value of livestock and its by-products production of the holding? HID Agriculture area in Ha Sustainability Status Reference year: Last calendar year 1 9 Acceptable (Fill in all that apply) 2 15 Desirable Name the 5 main livestock and livestock products produced by the holding and their total value (maximum 5) 3 20 Acceptable 4 14 Non-sustainable Number of heads Number of heads Number of heads Number of heads 5 2 Non-sustainable at the beginning of bought or received given away, dead, sold, paid to labor, Number of heads 6 17 Desirable the years during the year or slaughtered rented out or exchanged at the end of Average or latest Total 7 3 Acceptable Livestock animal name (Stock + Live births) during the year during the year the year Price per unit Value of Production 8 23 Desirable ⃝ 1 Horse 1 0 5 3 1 0 2 5 0 . 0 0 1 0 0 . 0 0 9 8 Acceptable ⃝ 2 Cattle 1 0 3 3 5 5 5 0 . 0 0 2 5 0 . 0 0 10 2 Desirable ⃝ 3 Sheep 5 3 2 2 4 3 0 . 0 0 1 2 0 . 0 0 ⃝ 4 Goat 5 2 0 1 6 5 0 . 0 0 3 0 0 . 0 0 ⃝ 5 Pig 3 0 0 0 3 5 0 . 0 0 1 5 0 . 0 0 Step 4a - Sum the agriculture areas according to the sustainability status and divide it by the total agriculture land area Quantity Quantity unit Average or latest Total Table 2.4a Livestock product name Produced of measure Price per unit Value of Production Sustainability status Agriculture area in Ha Proportion of agriculture area ⃝ 1 Cattle - horn 5 . 0 0 k g 8 . 0 0 4 0 . 0 0 Desirable 57 50% ⃝ 2 Cattle - milk 3 0 . 0 0 l t 1 . 0 0 3 0 . 0 0 Acceptable 40 35% ⃝ 3 Sheep - fleece 5 . 0 0 k g 1 0 . 0 0 5 0 . 0 0 Unsustainable 16 14% ⃝ 4 Goat - wool 1 . 0 0 k g 1 0 . 0 0 1 0 . 0 0 Total 113 100% ⃝ 5 Fifth livestock-product 1 . 0 0 k g 5 . 0 0 5 . 0 0 A.6 What was the total value of production from other on-farm activities of the holding? (...) Table 6.4 Total agricultural area of the holding 9 . 0 0 h a HID Agriculture area in Ha Sustainability Status 1 9 Acceptable 2 15 Non-sustainable 3 20 Acceptable 4 14 Desirable 5 2 Non-sustainable 6 17 Desirable 7 3 Acceptable 8 23 Acceptable 9 8 Desirable 10 2 Desirable Step 5 - Sum the agriculture areas according to the sustainability status and divide it by the total agriculture land area Table 6.5 Sustainability status Agriculture area in Ha Proportion of agriculture area Desirable 41 36% Acceptable 55 49% Unsustainable 17 15% Total 113 100% 7.
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Score: 1044905.3 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...culation_11Sub-indicators.xlsx
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There is evidence that the marker is in use and an output is being produced. There is evidence that the marker is achieving the desired outcome and has a positive safety impact. (...) There is evidence that the marker is in use and an output is being produced. There is evidence that the marker is achieving the desired outcome and has a positive safety impact. (...) There is evidence that the marker is in use and an output is being produced. There is evidence that the marker is achieving the desired outcome and has a positive safety impact.
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Score: 1014826.4 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...it%20designed%20for%20GHSP.pdf
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I also get a balanced diet as I produce most of what I need. LFSP has taught us to eat healthy and we are doing just that.” (...) I will continue expanding my business and start my own shop where I will sell some of my farm produce. I will also create employment as I will need other people to assist me with the business,” said Desire. (...) We eat meat once or twice weekly, making it very expensive to eat beef so regularly,” added Desire who lives with nine other family members. Young farmers emulating Desire Other young farmers from within his village have emulated Desire with equally impressive results.
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Score: 1006041.6 - https://www.fao.org/zimbabwe/p...ss-stories/youthful-farmer/en/
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A second phase consists of liberation thinning, a treatment that releases young saplings of desirable species (“potential crop trees”) from competition by commercially less-desirable species. (...) The most critical action for assisting desirable regeneration is improving light conditions. (...) In secondary forests with the potential to produce income-earning wood and non-wood forest products and environmental services, possible silvicultural practices include: the retention and management of seed trees of commercially valuable species; liberation thinning to favour trees of commercial value; canopy opening and undergrowth cleaning to favour the establishment of commercial regeneration; soil exposure to favour desirable regeneration; enrichment planting with commercial tree species (in lines, groups or gaps); the protection of species to benefit wildlife or as seed trees; and wildlife management.
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Score: 994992.6 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...ural-forests/in-more-depth/en/
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Behind each programming pathway is a theory about why that particular approach will bring about the desired change. Selecting the most effective approach requires teams to critically consider their assumptions about which actions are most likely to produce that change. (...) Identifying a theory of change, however, is simply a process of explaining why a given action or intervention is expected to provoke a specific kind of change. 3.1. Desired change 4. Theory of Change Because theories of change explain why an action is assumed to produce a certain change, they inform the very initial steps of conceptualizing an approach at the design stage. (...) Instead, formulations that explain how change is expected to work are referred to as logic models because they summarize each step in a project’s activities and examine how they are logically connected through time to produce the desired change. 4. Theory of Change Theories of change benefit from research and studies that provide evidence that a given approach is likely to produce the desired change.
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Score: 965565.4 - https://www.un.org/peacebuildi...eory_of_change_-_gypi_eng.pptx
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She also designs and produces content for social media platforms. Prior to becoming a UN Volunteer, Fanara worked as Multimedia Producer at Azerbaijan International Filming Company, where she developed multimedia stories and made editorial decisions regarding the assembly of information, illustrations and content. (...) During the event, Fanara joined writer Orkhan Adigozal in reading his book "Desires without barriers" to the children. The writer has a disability himself, having lost his ability to walk as a result of an accident at the age of 19. (...) They have a lot to contribute and their desires are not limited by their disabilities. Being a UN Volunteer gives me the opportunity to be part of something bigger than myself and use my civic responsibility to empower people.
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Score: 944139.5 - https://www.unv.org/node/5475/pdf
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PMNCH | World Women’s Health and Development Forum: Post-2015- Desired Outcomes Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Navigation Home About Our work News and events Knowledge centre Get involved Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu News and events Press centre Newsletter Videos Social media World Women’s Health and Development Forum: Post-2015- Desired Outcomes 19 NOVEMBER 2014 | GENEVA, SWITZERLAND The World Women’s Health and Development Forum will take place in Geneva from 19-21 November. (...) The Forum, dedicated to “Post-2015 Desired Outcomes,” will identify the main challenges facing countries in developing and enhancing women’s health. (...) Special focus will be on desired outcomes of women’s health and development in the Post-2015 Agenda for implementation.
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Score: 940999.4 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/media/events/2014/whforum/en/
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T H E S T R AT E G I C C O M PA S S Fifty Church Street Third Floor Cambridge, MA 02138 T 617.868.2416 E mail@cmpartners.com W www.cmpartners.com If "NO" If "YES" Clarify Interests (needs, aims, concerns, desires) both yours and others’; consider asking: Why? (...) Consider the view of a neutral third party Identify and improve our Walk-Away BATNA Estimate theirs and consider ways to make it less attractive to them Draft a “framework agreement” Clarify our aspiration and our bottom-line Consider current and desired authorities Prepare the meeting strategy 5Ps: Purpose, Products, People, Place and Process Prepare questions and information to share Practice “Going To Words”: How do we open? (...) Describe current and desired working relationships Identify causes of the “gap” between the current and desired states Draft a plan to close the “gap”: Steps toward trust,respect, affiliation, autonomy, appreciation INTERESTS/NEEDS POSSIBLE OPTIONS CRITERIA/STANDARDS WALK-AWAY ALTERNATIVES COMMITMENTS COMMUNICATION RELATIONSHIP
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Score: 932088.4 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...ications/strategic_compass.pdf
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