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As several programs included multiple treatment arms, each representing a unique program design, we used study arm as the unit of analysis and assessed the proportion of study arms with positive or negative program impacts on diet and nutrition outcomes among men, women and children. (...) Very few studies assessed program impact on women’s nutritional status outcomes. (...) Lastly, a few study arms assessed program impact on increasing Hb with some evidence of positive impacts in in-kind and school feeding programs.
Language:English
Score: 482816 - https://www.fao.org/social-pro...resources-detail/fr/c/1445962/
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As several programs included multiple treatment arms, each representing a unique program design, we used study arm as the unit of analysis and assessed the proportion of study arms with positive or negative program impacts on diet and nutrition outcomes among men, women and children. (...) Very few studies assessed program impact on women’s nutritional status outcomes. (...) Lastly, a few study arms assessed program impact on increasing Hb with some evidence of positive impacts in in-kind and school feeding programs.
Language:English
Score: 482816 - https://www.fao.org/social-pro...resources-detail/en/c/1445962/
Data Source: un
In Mali, school feeding programs have put schools at the heart of local development by promoting locally-owned meal programs. (...) While implementation of school feeding programs need political support and commitment, the report notes it is important for the government not to politicize the program, which can affect targeting and quality. (...) The program promotes locally-owned school feeding programs, benefitting communities through community organizations, providing training, and supporting smallholder famers.
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Score: 482740.4 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...s-finds-success-lies-community
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Partnerships 5 | UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 19 May 2021 - Formative evaluation of UNICEF work to link humanitarian and development programming ✓ Commitments to risk-informed programming and emergency preparedness are clear in policies and guidance, supported by regional offices and headquarters; strong evidence that the Guidance on risk- informed programming used in CPDs and annual reviews but more can be done to contextualize it R3.1 - Strengthen the application of the Guidance on risk-informed programming at the country level × Accountability to affected populations (AAP) is not systematically embedded in UNICEF’s planning and programming in humanitarian action; AAP initiatives in humanitarian work with accountability and participation approaches in development work R3.2 - Embed AAP more systematically in programming for humanitarian action, in line with guidance and Core Humanitarian Standard on Accountability and Quality commitments. (...) Internal Systems and Structures (continued) 9 | UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 19 May 2021 - Formative evaluation of UNICEF work to link humanitarian and development programming ✓UNICEF adapted its ways of working to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic which created real opportunities for better linking programming for public health emergencies and development programming in its planning and reporting systems R5.1 – Maximize learning and opportunities for LHD programming provided by the COVID-19 response, including through more integrated planning and reporting systems R5.2 - Build on the momentum of the COVID-19 response to further support shock-responsive social protection and strengthen local/national capacities for disaster risk management 5. COVID-19 and the nexus 10 | UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 19 May 2021 Formative evaluation of UNICEF work to link humanitarian and development programming Thank you. 10 | UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 19 May 2021 - Formative evaluation of UNICEF work to link humanitarian and development programming UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 19 May 2021 Formative evaluation of UNICEF work to link humanitarian and development programming
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Score: 482726.37 - https://www.unicef.org/executi...elopment-PPT-EN-2021.05.14.pdf
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The positive effects of CHW programs in contributing to improved program achievements have been documented, but so have challenges of managing CHW programs and ensuring quality service. (...) Each country made a presentation on the CHW program in that country, including NGO/partner supported and Ministry supported programs. (...) What does program sustainability mean for a program whose funding has a clear end date?
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Score: 482589.9 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...CHWRegionalMeeting_Summary.pdf
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ICAO document — CORSIA Emissions Unit Eligibility Criteria - 1 - CORSIA EMISSIONS UNIT ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA Program Design Elements. At the program level, ICAO should ensure that eligible offset credit programs meet the following design elements: 1. (...) All of the above-mentioned standards, procedures, and requirements should be publicly disclosed. 7. Program Governance: Programs should publicly disclose who is responsible for administration of the program and how decisions are made. 8. (...) Eligible offset credit programs should clearly demonstrate that the program has procedures in place to assess/test for additionality and that those procedures provide a reasonable assurance that the emissions reductions would not have occurred in the absence of the offset program.
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Score: 482589.9 - https://www.icao.int/environme...Documents/ICAO_Document_09.pdf
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Key goal of the program – to train VET management teams to design and implement new educational programs in line with regional economic development goals. (...) The launch of the program took place in April in the Siberian Federal University. (...) Until the end of 2020, the program will be implemented in the Arkhangelsk and Primorskiy regions.
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Score: 482147.46 - https://www.ilo.org/skills/pro...WCMS_713963/lang--en/index.htm
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As several programs included multiple treatment arms, each representing a unique program design, we used study arm as the unit of analysis and assessed the proportion of study arms with positive or negative program impacts on diet and nutrition outcomes among men, women and children. (...) Very few studies assessed program impact on women’s nutritional status outcomes. (...) Lastly, a few study arms assessed program impact on increasing Hb with some evidence of positive impacts in in-kind and school feeding programs.
Language:English
Score: 482146.2 - https://www.fao.org/social-pro...resources-detail/zh/c/1445962/
Data Source: un
As several programs included multiple treatment arms, each representing a unique program design, we used study arm as the unit of analysis and assessed the proportion of study arms with positive or negative program impacts on diet and nutrition outcomes among men, women and children. (...) Very few studies assessed program impact on women’s nutritional status outcomes. (...) Lastly, a few study arms assessed program impact on increasing Hb with some evidence of positive impacts in in-kind and school feeding programs.
Language:English
Score: 482146.2 - https://www.fao.org/social-pro...resources-detail/es/c/1445962/
Data Source: un
PowerPoint Presentation The China Program Achievements and the Way Forward The China Program: Achievements and the Way Forward  Accession is one of the most important and fruitful works of the WTO.  36 successful accessions since 1995, including 9 LDCs. The China Program: Achievements and the Way Forward  The purpose of the China Program:  Facilitating the accession of developing members, particularly the LDCs.  Helping them to better integrate into, and benefit from the multilateral trading system after accession. (...) The China Program: Achievements and the Way Forward  Experiences gained from the China Program:  Conforming to the trend of South-South cooperation.  Designed to target the need of developing Members.  Focusing on LDCs.
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Score: 481464.84 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._the_way_forward_session_4.pdf
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