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This will strengthen demand for the use of the system and encourage registration” (p. 6). In the programs we review, donor agencies include the United Nationals Development Program (UNDP), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the Asian Development Bank (ADB). (...) Other funding sources for the programs we review include private firms and public-private partnerships (PPP). (...) Though most technology costs are generally falling, we find evidence of challenges relating to program costs for eight national identity programs.
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Score: 513167.72 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...m/files/basic-html/page86.html
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Thus, all public students benefit from the program, not just those enrolled and selected in the competition. (...) These multipliers are already involved in the program's next season, starting a new training cycle. (...) The mediators of these forums are teachers who completed the program’s teachers’ workshops. Some factors contribute to the program’s sustainability: the main one is certainly the adoption of the program by the Ministry of Education, which broadens its application goals to all state and municipal school systems, considering each student as a potential beneficiary.
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Score: 513098.97 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/i...docs/fundacion_itau_social.pdf
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The current budgetary system of Malaysia will be reviewed and adjusted to meet the requirements of a program-based approach to planning and budgeting. (...) Ministries/ Agencies/ Statutory Bodies embarked on the evaluation program by: Evaluating the completed projects to identify the outcome and impact. 2010-2012 Outcome Evaluation Module was developed and incorporated into the Project Monitoring System. (...) Example of Activities Poverty eradication programs Fiscal Interventions Control of Supply Act 1961 Price Standardization Program Income generation programs Healthcare & related programs Education & related programs Housing & related programs Agriculture & related programs Research, Development & Commercialization (RDC) in agriculture Example of proxy Indicators Incidence of poverty Primary school enrolments Rate of school drop-outs Consumable income House ownership Infant mortality rate SSL in agriculture Rate of commercialization Growth in agriculture sector Example of Goals/Outcomes Raising the income and wealth of B40 households Addressing the increasing cost of living Enhancing targeted support for undeserved communities (basic need and infra) Improving productivity and income of farmers, fishermen & smallholders Modernizing agriculture 10 National Thrust NKRA Outcome National Program Addressing Persistent Socioeconomic Inequalities Raising Living Standards of Low Income Households Raising the Income Generation Potential of Bottom 40 % Household National Poverty Eradication Program Ministerial KRA Outcome KPI Ministerial Activities Output Outcome KPI Ministerial Programs Outcome KPI KKLW KWPKB KPWKM KPM Program for Rural Housing Social Safety Scheme for Disable and Lower Income Group Program for Students (Low Income Familiy) Integrated Development Program Program for Urban Housing Program for Urban Poor Integrated Economic Program for Urban Poor Assistance for Senior Citizens Housing Project Integrated Agriculture Project Housing Rental Assistance Training Allowance Assistance for Urban Poor Traders/ Entrepreneurs Tuition Voucher Scheme 11 Example: Linkages in Poverty Eradication Program 11 Questions & Answers ahmadzaki@icu.gov.my nazaruddin.abu@icu.gov.my
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Score: 513011 - https://www.ifad.org/documents...c4-1e13-4ece-8fad-f3dacfc0fd2f
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Abstract: This paper reviews evidence on program effectiveness generated by impact evaluations and how this evidence has informed program design and policy in low- and middle-income country contexts. (...) How can governments make sure funds are channeled to programs that are effective and efficient? How can governments know what programs are good value for money? (...) One of the simplest evaluation methods relies on the comparison of data at the baseline (before the program is implemented) and at the endline (after the program is implemented).
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Score: 512956.35 - https://www.unhcr.org/people-f...-A-Guide-for-Practitioners.pdf
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By 2014, the government had issued unique identity numbers and electronic identity cards to 97 percent of the program’s target population. 2 BASIC NATIONAL IDENTITY PROGRAM INFORMATION Institution(s) Managing the Program: Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA) Funding Source: Government agency Budget for Program Operation: MOHA allocated US $642 million for initial rollout of the program 3 Target Population: Citizens and residents over age 17 5 4 Year Introduced: 2009 6 Program Currently Active: Operational and in use 7 Are Changes to the Program Planned or Not specified Anticipated: NATIONAL IDENTITY PROGRAM METHODOLOGY 9 Enrollment Mandatory: Yes 8 Method of Enrollment / Scanner, Camera Initial Capture: Physical Creden- Yes 10 Electronic Component Yes. A chip stores biometrics, a tial Involved in Involved in Physical signature, and a photo. 11 Authentication: Credential: Personal Informa- The card contains the following: Photo of Individual on Yes 13 tion Involved in signature, name, date and place of Physical Credential: Authentication: birth, gender, blood type, address, religion, marital status, occupation, citizenship status. 12 Biometric Infor- Fingerprint, iris, face 14 mation Involved in Authentication: PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION Level of Coverage: 97 percent 15 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: 16 % of the enrolled who are women: In March 2012, of the 44,163,062 people registered, 50.71 percent were women. 110     133     134     135     136     137     138     139     140     141     142     143          
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Score: 512938.33 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page138.html
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Y1 3 main projects • 01 and 02 and 03 Y3 05 Virtual Incubation • 05 “Virtual Incubation” will allow making full incubation virtually and cross all members incubators and techno parks. 02 Training Develop Training Program 01 Online Online Presence 03 Soft Landing Soft-landing Program 04 Manual Incubation Manual 05 Virtual Incubator Virtual Incubation Program Approved & Ready to Go Projects These projects are the ready to go for 2018. (...) All Activities will be presented through this online presence program. From Promotion and until outcomes are published. (...) The Soft Landing Program will be designed by experts and with cooperation with ARTECNET to have well- structured workable program Soft Landing Resources Needed Soft Landing Core soft landing team01 Subject matter Expert for building the soft landing program 02 Develop the Soft Landing operating portal 03 Financial Budget04 Team that will involve in operating the whole program Subject Matter Expert to help develop the soft landing program Develop the automated program and integrate with ARTECNET site Money for building and Operating for 1 year Soft Landing Training 3 Build and strengthen the capacity of Arab countries Incubators & Techno Parks by providing high level training to entrepreneurs and Manager of support structures.
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Score: 512845.75 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...CNET-3Projects-Summary-V02.pdf
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Key goal of the program – to train VET management teams to develop and implement new educational programs in line with regional economic development goals. (...) The International program is a part of Russia-ILO initiative «Applying the G20 Training Strategy». (...) A similar educational program was implemented in the Khabarovsk region (March-July 2018).
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Score: 512845.75 - www.ilo.org/moscow/proj...WCMS_681677/lang--en/index.htm
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Key goal of the program – to train VET management teams to develop and implement new educational programs in line with regional economic development goals. (...) The International program is a part of Russia-ILO initiative «Applying the G20 Training Strategy». (...) A similar educational program was implemented in the Khabarovsk region (March-July 2018).
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Score: 512845.75 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/pro...WCMS_681677/lang--en/index.htm
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The program increased household income by LVL 67 while the actual payment was LVL 100 per month 2. (...) INNOVATIONS ARE MAKING PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION SMARTER AND MORE EFFICIENT Many countries are developing stronger IT based MIS to automate program processes. (...) “Did Latvia‘s Public Works Program Mitigate the Impact of the 2008-2010 Crisis?”
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Score: 512819.63 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_237479.pdf
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The program increased household income by LVL 67 while the actual payment was LVL 100 per month 2. (...) INNOVATIONS ARE MAKING PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION SMARTER AND MORE EFFICIENT Many countries are developing stronger IT based MIS to automate program processes. (...) “Did Latvia‘s Public Works Program Mitigate the Impact of the 2008-2010 Crisis?”
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Score: 512819.63 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_237479.pdf
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