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We found that the search string national AND (identity OR identification) AND (program OR system OR card) AND “Country Name” yielded the most relevant results regarding the particular national identity programs in each country. However, we also used customized search strings for each country targeting specific national identity programs and/or specific areas of information. A total of 209 search strings were used in our initial and supplemental searches. (...) After the initial search, a targeted supplemental search was conducted to address any existing information gaps for ID programs. Examples of major topics on which we conducted supplemental searches include how programs are linked to financial services, health, agriculture, and elections, the level of coverage with the ID program’s target population, challenges with uptake or use by poor populations and/or women, and program budgets. 98     121     122     123     124     125     126     127     128     129     130     131          
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 Page 146 - The Digital Financial Services (DFS) Ecosystem           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 146 - The Digital Financial Services (DFS) Ecosystem P. 146 ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services Ecosystem Table D.8 – Nigeria Case Study (2) NIGERIA – National Identification Number (NIN) and National Electronic Identity Card (eID) INTRODUCTION/BACKGROUND: In 2007, the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) was established, tasked with creating and managing an integrated identity program that included both unique National Identification Numbers (NIN) for all 1,2 citizens and residents, as well as Smart eID cards with biometric features combining 13 applications and government programs . The centerpiece of the program is a partnership with MasterCard that places a heavy focus on financial inclusion and providing 4 financial services to their population. (...) Implementation 3 has faced few challenges, though the authority of the National Identity Management Commission to lead the collection of biomet- ric information was challenged by the Bank Verification Number (BVN) program before an agreement to harmonize the databases was reached. 5 BASIC NATIONAL IDENTITY PROGRAM INFORMATION Institution(s) Managing the Program: National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) 6 Partners include MasterCard, Unified Payment Services Limited, Cryptovision, and Access Bank Plc. 7 Funding Source: The Federal Government of Nigeria 8 Budget for Program Operation: US $75,517,600 , N12,334,450,000 9 Ongoing administrative costs for financial year 2013 10 Target Population: All citizens and residents 11 Target Age: Birth (registration), 16 (physical credential) 13 12 Year Introduced: 2007 – the NIMC was established 14 Program Currently Active: Actively enrolling – The pilot phase for registration began in August, 2014 15 Are Changes to the Program Planned or Not specified Anticipated: NATIONAL IDENTITY PROGRAM METHODOLOGY Mandatory Enrollment: Yes Method of Enrollment / Scanner, Camera, National The use of the National Identifica- Initial Capture: Database 17 tion Number (NIN) is mandatory 16 Physical Creden- Yes Electronic Component EMV Chip 19 tial Involved in National Electronic Identity Card Involved in Physical Authentication: Credential: (eID) 18 Personal Informa- Name, age, unique identification Photo of Individual on Yes 22 tion Involved in number, gender, address 21 Physical Credential: 20 Authentication: Biometric Infor- Fingerprint, iris, facial picture 23 mation Involved in Authentication: PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION Level of Coverage: 4% of total population in 2015 – Nigeria is currently enrolling as part of a pilot 24 program 25 Challenges with enrollment or use of the No 26 program by the poor: % of the enrolled who are poor: Not specified 118     141     142     143     144     145     146     147     148     149     150     151          
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 Page 158 - The Digital Financial Services (DFS) Ecosystem           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 158 - The Digital Financial Services (DFS) Ecosystem P. 158 ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services Ecosystem Table D.13 – Zambia Case Study (1) ZAMBIA – National Registration Card (National ID Program) 1 INTRODUCTION/BACKGROUND: Zambia first introduced its National Registration Card (NRC) in 1964. (...) Zambia became the first country in eastern and southern Africa to imple- ment digital multipurpose National Registration Cards (NRC) with applications for voting, accessing banking services, and driving licenses. 2 BASIC NATIONAL IDENTITY PROGRAM INFORMATION Institution(s) Managing the Program: The Department of National Registration, Passport and Citizenship 3 Funding Source: The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the government of Zambia 4,5 Budget for Program Operation: K25 million (US$3.26 million) for total project cost 6 Target Population: All citizens 7 Target Age: 16 8 Year Introduced: 1964 9 Program Currently Active: Actively enrolling 10 Are Changes to the Program Planned or Not specified Anticipated: NATIONAL IDENTITY PROGRAM METHODOLOGY Mandatory Enrollment: Yes 11,12 Method of Enrollment / Camera, Scanner, and Other 13 Initial Capture: Physical Creden- Yes (Electronic, plastic card) 14,15 Electronic Component Yes 16,17 tial Involved in Involved in Physical Authentication: Credential: Personal Informa- Not specified Photo of Individual on Yes 18 tion Involved in Physical Credential: Authentication: Biometric Infor- Fingerprint and face 19,20 mation Involved in Authentication: PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION Level of Coverage: Not specified Challenges with enrollment or use of the Not specified program by the poor: % of the enrolled who are poor: Not specified Challenges with enrollment or use of the Not specified program by women: % of the enrolled who are women: Not specified Challenges with enrollment or use of the Yes, rural residents are reported to have experienced difficulties in accessing NRCs program by other populations: because of distance to registration centers in town. 21 Cost/Person: Not specified 130     153     154     155     156     157     158     159     160     161     162     163          
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Most of the programs in Latin America provide cash transfers conditional on meeting certain requirements. (...) The transfer is equivalent to around 18% of the beneficiary average expenditure Motivation Literature Review Description of the program Empirical analysis Conclusion Description of the program CGP was designed and implemented in two phases. (...) Motivation Literature Review Description of the program Empirical analysis Conclusion Conclusions Two main policy implications: 1 Social programs can incentivize the achievement of the desired goals of the program through labeling and messaging, without necessarily imposing any explicit conditionality. 2 Programs adopting a soft-conditionality approach should carefully consider how to tailor the communication strategy to reflect the full array of program objectives.
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Score: 513203.66 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/.../UNU-WIDER_lesotho_daidone.pdf
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IIM PROJECTS LOG FRAME SUMMARY IIM PROGRAM/PROJECT SUMMARY INDICATORS MEANS OF VERIFICATION RISKS AND ASSUMPTIONS Overall Goal: Vision – to which the program is expected to contribute (Impact) Measures: Measure the program/project contribution to the goal Indicators: Sources of information and methods used to indicate contribution to meeting the goal This is beyond the program/project control, which are necessary for maintaining progress toward the goal Specific Objective: What are we intending to change during the program/project period (Outcome) Measures: Measures that the intended change has occurred and is sustainable Indicators: Sources of information and methods used to show that change has occured About external factors that need to be in place if the project/program is to contribute to the overall goal Expected Results: Which should be within the control of the project/program Measures: Measures that the expected results of the project/program have been achieved Indicators: Sources of information and methods used to review results About external factors that might affect whether the specific objective/outcome is achieved Activities: The things which have to be done by the project/program to produce the outputs Inputs and Resources: The inputs and resources needed to carry out each task Indicators: Proof that each activity/task has been completed • About external factors that might affect activities achieving the expected result • Preconditions that need to be fulfilled before the project/program can start G O A L O B JE C TI V E O U TP U TS A C TI V IT IE S
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Score: 513172.56 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...OJECT%20LOGFRAME%20SUMMARY.pdf
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In addition to training for operational programs of. agricultural extension, administration and in technical development fields, a need is recognized for an advanced fellowship program with emphasis upon research. (...) Such integration would involve co-operation of member countries, in the preparation of their Technical Assistance programs in accordance with the new country programming procedure. (...) It was explained that the procedure of country programming now adopted for preparing future developments of the Technical Assistance Program made it difficult to submit in advance the future country programs and projects to be undertaken.
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The Program was organized by the Youth with Disabilities Forum with the support of the Office for IT and e-Government and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). (...) Jelena became interested in programming while she was studying at the university. (...) The national IT Retraining Program in cooperation with UNDP was launched in 2017.
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Planning issues to consider in target language programs 3. Initiatives for facilitating target language acquisition 4. (...) To top 2 Planning issues to consider in target language programs Offering formal language training programs on arrival While most countries make some provision for post arrival language training, there are variations in the duration of language training programs and their position in the integration process. (...) For example, in the USA the Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning supports community-based language training programs through the provision of professional development programs, curriculum development and advice on program design.
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Score: 512816.85 - https://www.unhcr.org/handbook...e/language-training-programmes
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option=com_content&task=view&id=124&Itemid=439 o What are the ITU programs need/want/satisfaction gaps and how can the gaps be closed and addressed by changing the actions of ITU programs? (...) Awareness: How do we raise awareness about ITU programs? 2. Evaluation: How do we help our stakeholders evaluate our organization’s ITU program value proposition? (...) Purchase: How do we allow our stakeholders to purchase or use specific programs (whole programs, subsets of programs, publications, conferences, tutorials, videos, other specialized content)?
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Score: 512801.56 - https://www.itu.int/en/join/ac...ents/2-9-Stephen%20Ibaraki.pdf
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FAA ACADEMY Airports & International Training Division Federal Aviation Administration 11 Airports Training Program  Domestic training of all FAA Airports employees  Training Focus: Airport infrastructure improvement programs Airport safety and certification programs http://travel.howstuffworks.com/enlarge-image.htm?terms=airport&page=0 FAA ACADEMY Airports & International Training Division Federal Aviation Administration 12 Air Traffic Training Program 15520 AT Quality Assurance Program This 6 day course covers service improvement programs, incident prevention programs, incident reporting programs and facility evaluations. 15521 AT Training Administration This 5 day course covers requirements for developing a training order, a training plan and a training folder for each controller documenting their training. (...) MacArthur Boulevard AMA-800 / ANF-2 / Bldg. 12 / Rm 101 Oklahoma City, OK 73169 Phone: (405) 954-3508 Fax: (405) 954-4779 FAA ACADEMY Categories of Training Airports and International Training Division Support of ICAO Programs Flight Procedures/Flight InspectionTraining Program Flight Standards Training Program ITS – International Flight Standards Principles of Safety Management Systems Government Safety Inspector- ICAO English Proficiency FAA Academy Aviation English Proficiency Solutions FAA Academy Aviation English Proficiency Solutions Airports Training Program Air Traffic Training Program Tech Ops Training Program Tech Ops Training Program Tech Ops Training Program Instructor Training for International Participants Instructor Training for International Participants Airports and International Training Division AMA-800 Organization Slide Number 22 FAA ACADEMY
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