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The High level Track consisted of Opening Segment, Policy Statements: by Ministers, CEOs, Heads of UN Agencies and Civil Society Leaders, WSIS Prizes Ceremony and the Ministerial Round Table. The Forum track consisted of Exhibition, Innovation/ Incubation Track, World Cafés, Linking ICTs and the Sustainable Development Agenda Track, Partnerships Track, Thematic Workshops, Country Workshops, UN Regional Commission meetings, UNGIS (High-level and working level meetings), Interactive Sessions, Action Line Facilitation meetings, Action line Facilitators’ meeting and Knowledge Exchange. (...) High-Level Policy Statements Forum Track Outcome Document Building on the open consultation process, more than 150 sessions were held during the WSIS Forum 2015.
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Score: 1125037 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/forum/2015/Outcomes/
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. • The Partnership on Maternal, Newborn and Child Health was born out of a rising global consensus that the world was not on track to achieve on time (e.g. by 2015) two of the MDGs, the MDG # 4 on child mortality re- duction and the MDG # 5 on maternal mortality reduction. • Indeed, giving birth should be a time of joy. (...) On behalf of all Countdown partners, I offer heart-felt thanks to the scientists, analysts and writers who have devoted so generously their time and talents to this most worthy endeavor. • Our speakers will present the most recent analysis of coverage of 22 proven interventions, and mortality. As you will hear, more countries are on track now than three years ago, but not many more. (...) During this Countdown conference, the Partnership will launch a Call for additional resources, in the amount $10.2 billion dollars. • During the next three days, let us marshal a dynamic that will fast track the changes required to ensure that the world will deliver on its promise to improve the lives of all mothers, newborn and children.
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Score: 1121662.8 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/even...0417_songane_openingspeech.pdf
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Target audience Global level leaders with a proven track record in sustainable development from all sectors (private sector, public sector, multilateral organizations and civil society). (...) We are looking for global leaders with a proven track record in sustainable development from all sectors.
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Score: 1108073.5 - https://www.unssc.org/print/pdf/commerce_product/500200
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WSIS Forum 2016 | WSIS Action Lines: Supporting the Implementation of SDGs Home About O pen C onsultation P rocess Policy Sessions Agenda Outcomes Media & Outreach Previous Forums Register Menu 2017 WSIS Forum 2017 will be held from 12–16 June 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland. High-Level Track Outcomes The High-Level track of the WSIS Forum 2016 provided a special platform for high-ranking officials of WSIS Stakeholders to participate in moderated policy sessions covering themes based on the Geneva Plan of Action, the outcomes of the UNGA Overall Review, and the submissions received during the open consultation process. The outcomes of which are captured in the High-Level Track Outcome Document. High-Level Policy Statements Policy Statements will be delivered during the High-Level Track of the WSIS Forum 2016 by high-ranking officials of the WSIS Stakeholder community. Policy Sessions will be moderated by high-level track facilitators and will be grouped around different themes identified as important by the WSIS Stakeholders during the open consultation process and the outcomes of the UN General Assembly Overall Review.
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Score: 1103167.8 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/forum/2016/
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. • Is responsible for taking notes during the meetings of the Director-General and staff meetings and updating the tasks tracking sheet. • Corresponds with MoFA or other ministries and stakeholders to inform of the participation of the Director General and any other team member attending with him. • Administrative and logistical support to events when necessary. • Other duties as required by CCCPA management. (...) Competencies: • Excellent administrative skills and strong qualities in working with teams. • Organizational skills: Proven ability to demonstrate initiative in dealing with a large volume of work under time pressure, setting priorities, organizing work independently while meeting deadlines and adapting to a constantly developing working environment; • Proven research ability; • Ability to work with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail; • Excellent communication (oral & written) and interpersonal skills. Ability to act with tact, diplomacy, discretion and respect for confidentiality; • Ability to conduct him/herself in a professional manner; • Ability to take responsibility for one’s own performance, by setting clear goals and expectations, tracking progress against the goals, ensuring feedback, and addressing performance problems and issues promptly • Proficiency in MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, etc).
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Score: 1102560.7 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...Administrative%20Assistant.pdf
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It focuses, like previous Countdown reports, on evidence-based solutions—health interventions proven to save lives—and on the health systems, policies, financing and other factors that affect the equitable delivery of these lifesaving interventions to women and children. (...) Nine Countdown countries are on track to meet MDG 5, but more than a third of the Countdown countries have made little, if any progress. (...) Countdown to 2015 is a multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional collaboration that tracks, stimulates, and supports country progress on maternal, newborn, and child survival.
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Score: 1102560.7 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...ions/countdown_2012_report/en/
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Purpose and Scope of Assignment - Provide support in a wide range of office management/administration matters - Ensure building management by monitoring security situation of UNHCR premises in communication with the commercial security guard services - Inform and raise awareness on security matters among staff - Negotiate with vendors and procure/purchase office equipment and supplies in line with rules and procedures - Provide guidance and advice on procurement procedures to requesting units - Manage, track, and dispose of office assets, including ICT equipment in line with rules and procedures - Monitor and maintain the office’s ICT infrastructure with support from the Regional IT Officer - Assist with the set up and basic maintenance of computer hardware and telecom equipment, and provide support to end-users to troubleshoot problems - Process payments using UNHCR’s Enterprise Resource System in line with relevant policies and procedures - Provide support in human resources and general office management - Assist in the preparation of office budgets and expenditure tracking - Perform other related duties as may be required Terms of Reference ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page 2 of 3 3. (...) Key Competencies Required: Core Competencies: Accountability Communication Organizational Awareness Teamwork & Collaboration Commitment to Continuous Learning Client & Result Orientation Managerial Competencies: Judgement and Decision Making Managing Resources Cross-Functional Competencies: Analytical Thinking Planning and Organizing Technological Awareness Terms of Reference ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page 3 of 3 - Familiarity with basic ICT matters and software, such as Microsoft Office - Ability to read, understand and apply rules and regulations and make sound inferences - Proven capacity to plan, execute and follow through with multiple parties - Ability to meet deadlines, and client and operational needs - Strong organizational and time management skills - Proficiency in English and Japanese, both oral and written - Ability to work independently and in a team - Proven capacity to work towards strategic goals while also paying attention to detail
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Score: 1102560.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/jp/wp-co...ative-Associate-_2022-0318.pdf
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HR Company’s qualifications Functional Requirements • Experience with UN entities desirable • Knowledge of UNHCR and its mandate are desirable • Expertise in organizational design and change management required • Proven ability to gather and analyze complex data through mixed methods required Corporate Requirements Page 4 of 4 • Proven track record of organizational development expertise within the UN system is an asset but not essential • Ability to commit a team of consultants for a period of up to 2 months • Proven ability to deliver reports on time • Proven educational and experience record of team members • Minimum 3 references are required
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Score: 1096310.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/jo/wp-co...s/60/2022/01/Annex-A-TOR-1.pdf
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UNHCR is now looking for a highly motivated and self-driven professional with proven track record in customer service, sales and marketing to enhance supporter experience journeys and growth strategy of the IG programme of PSP Philippines. 2. (...) Log all donor conversations in a CRM in a comprehensible way with corresponding action taken and timeline of delivery. • Identify donors’ needs, clarify information, research every issue and provide solutions and/or ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page 2 of 3 alternatives. • Assist in the updating of communication templates and scripts with insights on donor sentiments from donor care Donor Retention • Deliver effective negotiation tactics to sustain the long-term commitment of donors • Offer flexible options for donors in consideration of their motivations in cancelling, their interest to remain in the program, and their current capacity and preference • Support in the management and regular checks of the donor database to ensure accurate donor information in various donor retention and communication efforts Donor Development • Employ effective approaches to reinforce long-term giving from donors during emergency and seasonal campaigns. • Identify relevant and compelling topics for creation of added value content that interests and engages with different donor segments/personas • Using available tools, monitor, draw insights and analysis from different personas to derive long term value from donors. • Seize opportunities to pitch (upgrade or cross sell) when they arise. • Build sustainable relationships and engage donors and supporters by taking the extra mile. • Work with appropriate members of the PSP team to effectively track supporter attrition, develop strategies to reduce it and maximize the net long-term value of IG donors. (...) Qualifications and Experience a) Education University degree in Sales and Marketing, Communications, or, or any related field. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page 3 of 3 b) Work Experience • Minimum of one year (1) of relevant job experience preferably in a similar position in the non-profit sector • Proven ability to speak and write in English and Filipino • Experience with fundraising/telesales/marketing/customer service c) Key Competencies • Innovation and Creativity • Communication skills • Planning and Organising • Political Awareness -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- How to Apply: 1.
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Score: 1095412.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/ph/wp-co...-Assistant_Donor-Retention.pdf
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The lead mentor institute should: − Identify and respond to capacity needs of local mentee institutions; − Design in partnership with the local mentee institutions a context-specific capacity development ‘plan of action’ that is appropriate to the local environment; − Promote a durable and sustainable model of capacity strengthening through proven capacity development mechanisms that target both individual- and institutional-level capacities; − Incorporate post-training coaching and mentorship to enhance application and sustainability of learning and capacity-development initiatives within institutions; − Develop a monitoring and evaluation plan for tracking progress, measuring change in institutional capacity in mentee institutions and identify key milestones including sustainability that should be achieved by the end of the programme; and 1 Oliver, K., Innvar, S., Lorenc, T., Woodman, J., & Thomas, J. (2014). (...) Selection Criteria For consideration as a lead mentor institute, the following selection criteria apply: • Proven track record and capacity for conducting policy-relevant research, training and building of networks; • Proven track record and capacity in knowledge translation (i.e. the process of using research in health decision-making) with demonstrated policy impact; • Established reputation for curriculum development in HPSR; • Providing postgraduate teaching and training support for researchers and policy makers including customised training and capacity development activities and policy fellowship programmes aimed at policy-makers and researchers to promote evidence-informed decision-making in health; • Nurturing policy-makers and researchers to generate and use policy-relevant knowledge to inform decision-making in health; • Visibility within the HPSR community and have relationships with leading institutions in HPSR; and • Administrative capacity to issue and manage grant contracts with other institutions.
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Score: 1092815.1 - https://www.who.int/alliance-h...ncehpsr_mentorshipcall2018.pdf
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