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Group work: Strategic challenges for NSOs in producing LCS indicators 9. The following points were raised during the group work: (a) There are good reasons for NSOs to produce LCS indicators, since NSOs are trusted, impartial producers of official statistics. The risk of damaging NSOs’ credibility when producing such indicators was considered manageable. (...) To assist NSOs who are producing, or plan to produce, LCS indicators, participants considered useful to develop recommendations on engagement of NSOs in the compilation and dissemination of such indicators. 21.
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Score: 466787.45 - https://unece.org/DAM/stats/do...on_LCS_indicators_approved.pdf
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Grenada currently produces five of the recommended eight indicators under SDG 4. (...) Two of the required six indicators are currently produced by Grenada 3. No indicators are produced by the NSO/NSS of Trinidad and Tobago and the British Virgin Islands (BVI) under SDG 6 SDG 6 - Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all 4 Note: Ten (10) Unique CARICOM Core indicators are produced under SDG 8. (...) No indicators are produced by the NSO/NSS of St. Vincent and The Grenadines under SDG 9.
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Score: 466768.46 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...sessment-data-availability.pdf
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Context Due to an increasing demand for their produce, small-scale native potato farmers want to improve the quality of their production through improved processes and the quantity of their sales through increased promotion. (...) Strategy Within the framework of the UNIDO/Agro Rural/INDECOPI alliance, the following activities were pursued: • Creation and strengthening of a small producers’ organization • Exchange of knowledge and collective capacity-building to improve the produce, e.g. through the natural selection of seeds, mass planting of the chosen varieties, Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) training to further standardize the produce and achieve uniformity of sizes, colors and shapes, etc. • Acquisition of machinery and joint promotion of the produce to decrease costs and increase the quality as well as the levels of production and sales • Creation of a collective mark to warrant the reputation and quality of the produce, thus distinguishing it from other potato varieties • Development of a joint promotion strategy with public and private institutions to raise awareness among consumers and increase the produce’s visibility at regional/national levels Results • A collective organization of 500 small-scale native potato farmers was incepted, which is sub-divided into smaller groups that produce independently yet to the same quality standards • The collective native potato mark “Sumac Sonqo” was registered • “Sumac Sonqo” participated in “Mistura”, Peru’s premier gourmet trade fair, which allowed for additional promotional activities and the establishment of business linkages with potential buyers • During the fair, the collective sold over 17,000 kilos of native potatoes for a total amount of over 37,000 Nuevos Soles (customers were willing to pay 2.5 Nuevos Soles per kilo, as opposed to an average price of 1 to 1.5 Nuevos Soles in wholesale markets) • “Sumac Sonqo” is now referenced in Minka, one of the principal wholesale and retail markets in Lima Impact • The registration of the collective mark and the certification of the small-scale farmers will allow the produce to be distinguished from other products, thus leading to an increase in its reputation while allowing for better incomes and more value addition for the region, its culture and its identity • The 500 producers are the sole users of the collective mark and have to adhere to the specific quality standards established by the group; this will allow for a higher brand positioning • The local population will benefit from the increasing consumer demand as more jobs become available in the production, selection and commercialization processes. Furthermore, the input and seeds suppliers as well as the transporters will face a bigger demand because of the better organized production FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS PROJECT: F.RUSSO@UNIDO.ORG FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT UNIDO: COMMUNICATIONS@UNIDO.ORG PERU Collective Mark for Peruvian Native Potatoes At a glance Goal: To contribute in the improvement of living conditions of the producers through the increase on the native potatoes sales Thematic area: Poverty Reduction through Productive Activities Donor: Italian Institute of Foreign Trade Partners: Agro Rural, INDECOPI, CARE Peru, Regional Government from Huancavelica and 500 producers of Acobamba organized under “Sumac Sonqo” Status: ongoing Duration: 2011-2013
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Score: 466717.2 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...ATIVE_POTATOES_19MAR2013_0.pdf
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Article 9 Domestic film producer may produce films with film workers from our country or in cooperation with a foreign producer. (...) Domestic film is also deemed to be a film produced in cooperation with a foreign producer in Serbian language, provided the domestic films producers participated with at least a third of the funds in total film production costs. (...) Film recording by a foreign producer Article 12 Foreign producer may, on his own or in co-production with a domestic film producer, record a film and TV series in the territory of the Republic based on a special approval.
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Score: 466603.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...cc_e/cgr_e/WTACCCGR9_LEG_2.pdf
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From the point of view of nutrition, small producers can be very valuable allies in the effort to increase the availability of fresh produce, because of the type of (fresh) food they often sell. (...) The project builds on previous work carried out by FAO, in partnership with small producer organizations. The project is a follow-up to the recommendations of the document “Connecting small-scale producers to markets” adopted for the CFS in 2016. (...) Specifically markets that are most beneficial to small-scale producers, as well as to food security and rural economies.
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Score: 466325.4 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...raciones/detalle/en/c/1174992/
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Forest and farm producer organizations building resilience – strength in numbers and landscapes 12/10/2021 This report presents case studies for three domains in which forest and farm producer organizations are helping smallholders build climate resilience: increasing the viability of livelihoods, managing crises, and creating... Policy brief: Forest and farm producers – climate change sentinels 12/10/2021 This brief argues that grassroots organizations – which represent millions of families who earn their living from smallholder forests and farms – already support rural producers to cope with climate-related threats... (...) 02/10/2020 Millions of unique smallholder producers and artisans make a huge contribution to the world economy but few can compete in globalised markets.
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Score: 466325.4 - https://www.fao.org/forest-far...ity/resources/publications/en/
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Forest and farm producer organizations building resilience – strength in numbers and landscapes 12/10/2021 This report presents case studies for three domains in which forest and farm producer organizations are helping smallholders build climate resilience: increasing the viability of livelihoods, managing crises, and creating... Policy brief: Forest and farm producers – climate change sentinels 12/10/2021 This brief argues that grassroots organizations – which represent millions of families who earn their living from smallholder forests and farms – already support rural producers to cope with climate-related threats... (...) 02/10/2020 Millions of unique smallholder producers and artisans make a huge contribution to the world economy but few can compete in globalised markets.
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Score: 466325.4 - https://www.fao.org/forest-far...es/resourcespublicationsfr/fr/
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There is a need for enhanced access to livelihood assets; enabling policies to improve access to resources, services and employment in the context of SARD; improved organizational structures, management and member information systems and entrepreneurial approaches in rural producers', cooperative, workers' and community-based organizations; more effective provision of public services to small producers and workers. (...) More effective SARD policies and service provision for small producers and workers by producers', cooperatives, workers' and community-based organizations, supported by more efficient public sector and local government services, will contribute to enhanced and more sustainable livelihoods and greater resilience to risk. (...) Major Output(s) Support to policies and practices to strengthen the implementation of Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development (SARD) and Sustainable Livelihoods Strengthened producer organizations, cooperatives and community-based organizations in selected countries Strengthened institutional mechanisms for rural employment and enhanced resilience of vulnerable groups to risks Knowledge management, networking and partnerships for capacity-building of small producers Indicator(s) Examples of supported producer organizations and cooperatives with increased financial self-reliance, member and management information systems and services for small producers and workers Number of national programmes for food security working with and providing capacity building for producers', workers' and community based organizations and cooperatives Number of local institutions with improved capacity to prevent, manage and respond to disaster risks Use of Participation Web site 3GS02: Technical Support Services to Members and the Field Programme 386.    
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Score: 465883.15 - https://www.fao.org/pwb/2007/J7290Add1e/J7290Add1e26.htm
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UNECE STANDARD DDP-{code of produce} concerning the marketing and commercial quality control of {name of produce} I. Definition of produce This standard applies to {name of produce} of varieties (cultivars) grown from ... (...) B. Packaging {name of produce} must be packed in such a way as to protect the produce properly.
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Score: 465845.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...Layout/StandardLayoutDDP_e.pdf
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In most countries, there is more than one producer of official statistics at the national level. (...) The principle on relevance does not e.g. imply that all statistics concerned to be relevant have to be produced, but that those that can be produced with the available resources should be assessed against relevance, and they should only be produced if a sufficient quality of results can be obtained and the dissemination to all users be ensured. (...) For this reason, the units which act as producers of official statistics should be listed, and their number be kept as small as possible Data collection in statistical surveys: replies of respondents should go back as directly as possible to the statistical producer.
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Score: 465845.6 - https://unece.org/DAM/stats/documents/applyprinciples.e.pdf
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