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What can governments do to strengthen forest producer organizations? FAO.org english français Español Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) Toolbox Background Modules Tools Cases News E-learning Gateway Register Tool Details Making change happen. What can governments do to strengthen forest producer organizations? Author deMarsh, P., Boscolo, M., Savenije, H., Grouwels, S., Zapata, J., Campbell, J. & Macqueen, D. Year of publication 2014 http://foris.fao.org/static/fff/Making_change_happen.pdf This paper was born of a desire to better understand what governments can do to improve the enabling environment for FPOs.
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Score: 993659.4 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...tools/tool-detail/en/c/237130/
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Indicator framework | Food for the cities programme | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Food for the cities programme Overview Toolkit Pilot cities News Resources Partners Introduction to the Toolkit Getting Prepared Defining the CRFS Vision CRFS Scan CRFS Assessment Indicator framework Data display and communication Next steps Policy support and planning Governance Indicator framework The CRFS indicator framework is a practical assessment and planning tool designed to help cities to: Assess the current status and performance of a CRFS on the basis of a set of performance indicators, following a whole-systems approach Identify priority areas for action with clearly defined outcomes and ways of measuring change Help with planning strategy and action to achieving the desired outcomes Establish baselines and monitor changes resulting from (future) policy and programme implementation. (...) Examples of such indicators include amongst others:  Number of households consuming minimum 5 portions of fruits and vegetables per day; Distance from household location to food retail outlets that sell fresh fruit & vegetables; Numbers of adults and children with type 2 diabetes; Percentage of population employed in the food system; Percentage of agricultural area in the city/metropolitan area/district;  Product volumes of food imported  compared with food produced; Economic value of locally produced food sold in the city (annual sales volume); Public expenditures on food procurement by public institutions; Total annual volume of food losses and waste.     (...) Project tools and examples CRFS Indicator Framework The City Region Food System (CRFS) indicator framework is a practical assessment and planning tool designed to help cities to:  1) Assess the current status and performance of a city region food system following a whole-system approach 2) Identify priority areas for action with clear desired outcomes and ways of measuring change 3) Help with planning strategy and action to achieving the desired outcomes  4) Establish baselines and monitor changes resulting from (future) policy and programme implementation.
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Score: 993497.9 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ssment/indicator-framework/en/
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Maintaining the movement and safety of food along food chains – from producers to consumers - is an essential goal to which all stakeholders along these food chains need to contribute. (...) It also requires these incentives to be achievable and the desired behaviour to be implementable at a local level. (...) Identi- fying suitable processes and incentives that would “nudge” stakeholders in the food supply towards a desired behaviour is, however, a formidable task.
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Score: 992819.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...19_Discussion_Paper_FINAL2.pdf
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OBJECTIVE The objective of this consultancy will be to produce a report including recommendations for revisions to national legislation to be better aligned with CEDAW. (...) Task 3: Produce a report of national legislation review • Lead the review of each national legislation against CEDAW and related documents and reports. • Produce a report with tabulated results of gaps and specific recommendations for agencies to close those gaps. (...) Relevant Professional Experience • Demonstrated experience in conducting legal reviews. • Demonstrated knowledge on UN Conventions, Resolutions, and other related documents concerning gender. • At least 12 months experience working on gender is highly desirable. Other Competencies • Experience working with and knowledge of the National Commission for the Advancement of Women, Mothers and Children is desirable.
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Score: 988459.6 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...International%20IC%20CEDAW.pdf
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Declining mortality produces therefore a sort of “baby boom” as more children survive to adulthood. (...) An important issue, as noted above, is that in sub-Saharan Africa desired fertility levels are still high and reducing desired fertility is required if fertility is to fall. (...) While the goal of family planning policies should be to allow women to achieve their desired levels of fertility without coercion, there may be some scope for policies that affect this desired level.
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Score: 988032.6 - https://www.un.org/en/developm.../expert/7/20_BLOOM_CANNING.pdf
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What can governments do to strengthen forest producer organizations? Author deMarsh, P., Boscolo, M., Savenije, H., Grouwels, S., Zapata, J., Campbell, J. & Macqueen, D. Year of publication 2014 http://foris.fao.org/static/fff/Making_change_happen.pdf This paper was born of a desire to better understand what governments can do to improve the enabling environment for FPOs. An initial paper was presented and discussed at a thematic session focusing on the enabling environment for FPOs during the International Conference on Forest Producer Organizations held in Guilin, China, in November 2013.
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Score: 987607.9 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...ols/tools-details/es/c/237130/
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What can governments do to strengthen forest producer organizations? FAO.org english français Español Gestion Durable des Forêts (GDF) Boîte à outils Contexte Modules Outils Cas News Apprentissage en ligne Gateway Enregistrez Tool Details Making change happen. What can governments do to strengthen forest producer organizations? Author deMarsh, P., Boscolo, M., Savenije, H., Grouwels, S., Zapata, J., Campbell, J. & Macqueen, D. Year of publication 2014 http://foris.fao.org/static/fff/Making_change_happen.pdf This paper was born of a desire to better understand what governments can do to improve the enabling environment for FPOs.
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Score: 987607.9 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...ols/tools-details/fr/c/237130/
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Citizens, governments, producers and traders in all continents now consider farm animal welfare as an integral component of their ethics and policies. (...) The growing consumer demand for ethically and sustainably produced food around the world represents an important incentive to develop a lasting alliance between farmers and consumers. (...) The recent Forum on Global Aspects of Farm Animal Welfare (22-23 April 2008) and the upcoming Conference on Global Trade and Farm Animal Welfare (20-21 January 2009), organised by the promoters of this session in co-ordination with the European Commission, show that bringing together stakeholders from different constituencies with a shared desire to co-operate for the advancement of animal welfare can produce important shared projects and effective results.
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Score: 987607.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...blic_forum08_e/session08_e.doc
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Only to include one browser may not be considered a neutral position by WP. 4 against commercial providers. Other applications desired are described in the section: Co-operation/Information & tools retrieval. (...) All documents (including CRP's as soon as they are produced) should also be available on the UNICC server via World Wide Web and possibly also via FTP. (...) This will hopefully be enough for all desired information and necessary applications. An estimation of the number of delegations interested in subscribing on the CD-ROM can be set at approx. 25.
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Score: 986787.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ry/plenary96/docs/c116_s96.pdf
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Only to include one browser may not be considered a neutral position by WP. 4 against commercial providers. Other applications desired are described in the section: Co-operation/Information & tools retrieval. (...) All documents (including CRP's as soon as they are produced) should also be available on the UNICC server via World Wide Web and possibly also via FTP. (...) This will hopefully be enough for all desired information and necessary applications. An estimation of the number of delegations interested in subscribing on the CD-ROM can be set at approx. 25.
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Score: 986787.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ry/plenary96/docs/c116_s96.doc
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