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The fund is intended to provide rapid response to government requests and to deal with smaller initiatives formulated and implemented within the biennium period. 51. (...) In other words, the RPTC “provides the operative flexibility for implementing entities to respond to urgent, unanticipated needs of developing countries, in a rapid- response capacity that is not provided for in any other section of the regular budget biennial work plan.”3 54. (...) The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) also provided rapid- response services to Mexico to assess the impact of the human influenza pandemic and to Bolivia to evaluate the impact of its first-ever dengue fever epidemic with a view to formulating recovery plans. 55.
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Score: 1048662.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-081.pdf
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Bridging the digital innovation divide: A toolkit for developing sustainable ICT-centric ecosystem projects Bridging the digital innovation divide: A toolkit for developing sustainable ICT-centric ecosystem projectsBuilding on ITU's innovation toolkit series, this revised toolkit adds new tools and shares more insights on how stakeholders can undertake rapid ecosystem diagnosis, establish key recommendations, and develop flagship projects that effectively nurture ICT-centric innovation within their digital ecosystems. Bridging the digital innovation divide: A toolkit for developing sustainable ICT-centric ecosystem projects Bridging the digital innovation divide: A toolkit for developing sustainable ICT-centric ecosystem projectsBuilding on ITU's innovation toolkit series, this revised toolkit adds new tools and shares more insights on how stakeholders can undertake rapid ecosystem diagnosis, establish key recommendations, and develop flagship projects that effectively nurture ICT-centric innovation within their digital ecosystems. Bridging the digital innovation divide: A toolkit for developing sustainable ICT-centric ecosystem projects Bridging the digital innovation divide: A toolkit for developing sustainable ICT-centric ecosystem projectsBuilding on ITU's innovation toolkit series, this revised toolkit adds new tools and shares more insights on how stakeholders can undertake rapid ecosystem diagnosis, establish key recommendations, and develop flagship projects that effectively nurture ICT-centric innovation within their digital ecosystems.
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Score: 992267.2 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pages/itu-d/opb/inno/D-INNO-RSS.xml
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This brief provides a rapid assessment of the possible implications of the Russia-Ukraine war on the Mauritian Economy. (...) Read more publications Rapid Assessment of the Impact of the Russia-Ukraine War ... (...) Read more publications Rapid Assessments of the Impact of the Russia-Ukraine War...
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Score: 984659.8 - https://www.undp.org/mauritius...ansformation-post-covid-19-era
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The theme has been selected to highlight the urgency for the rapid transactions needed to totally diversify and structurally transform the economies of Central Africa in building forward better from the impact and lessons of COVID-19, towards achieving both the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the African Union’s Agenda 2063. (...) The debate would need to consider the following, side by side the anticipated findings of the background study for the ICE: Page | 5 1) RAPID TRANSITIONS: What are the rapid transitions/ short term measures needed? (...) 5) DRAWING LESSONS OF FAILURE AND SUCCESS: What are the clear lessons of failure and successes on leadership-induced transformational change in economies of similar levels as those of Central Africa (for instance state directionality and agro-industrial parks in Ethiopia; Rwanda and its rapid transitions into ICTs and tourism; South Africa and its Operation Phakisa established in to foster rapid change by 2030 in seven development sectors including the ocean economy, health, biodiversity, education, mining, agriculture and land, chemical & waste economies)?
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Score: 952032 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de...20at%20ICE%202021_10%20Nov.pdf
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Second: the potential of the rapid technological change in the context of climate action, specifically, to make progress in low carbon technologies. (...) Third and last point: the Organization must continue to address the topic of rapid technological changes while maintaining the wellbeing on people at the core of its deliberations. (...) Otherwise, the rapid technological change could increase inequality and push us away from Goal 10 of the 2030 Agenda.
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Score: 939628.5 - https://www.un.org/pga/73/2018...n-the-achievement-of-the-sdgs/
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The good news is that this period of rapid technological change is in its early stages and is still under our control. (...) General Assembly Resolution 72/242 on Rapid Technological Change and The Third STI Forum In 2017, in the light of the aforementioned transformations, Mexico organized and launched the core group on exponential technological change, which, by December 2018, comprised 34 countries from different regions. (...) Conclusion There is no doubt that rapid technological change is here to stay. Against this backdrop, Mexico has promoted various initiatives to include rapid technological change as a priority in the United Nations agenda.
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Score: 917613.9 - https://www.un.org/en/node/38779
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The good news is that this period of rapid technological change is in its early stages and is still under our control. (...) General Assembly Resolution 72/242 on Rapid Technological Change and The Third STI Forum In 2017, in the light of the aforementioned transformations, Mexico organized and launched the core group on exponential technological change, which, by December 2018, comprised 34 countries from different regions. (...) Conclusion There is no doubt that rapid technological change is here to stay. Against this backdrop, Mexico has promoted various initiatives to include rapid technological change as a priority in the United Nations agenda.
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Score: 917613.9 - https://www.un.org/en/un-chron...ological-change-united-nations
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The sheer magnitude of urban growth on the continent and its impact on the three dimensions of sustainable development, sustainable urbanization lies at the heart of the continent’s transformative development agenda. The rapid urbanization occurring in Africa presents strong opportunities for urbanization to be redefined and developed in a sustainable, inclusive, gender and culturally sensitive manner. (...) Poor urban infrastructure only exacerbates this challenge, hindering municipal transportation, waste removal, communication and electricity services. To keep pace with rapid urbanization in Africa there needs to be strengthened capacity for planning, revenue generation and collection, financial governance and, data gathering and analysis. (...) Poverty and urban inequalities in African cities remain close to the highest in the world, with vulnerable populations and marginalized groups, especially women and youth, greatly affected by the complex challenges associated with rapid urban growth. Experience shows, however, that a combination of providing equitable and better services alongside adequate mobility can effectively address the issues stemming from the widening rural-urban divide and contribute to effectively manage urban growth.
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Score: 917407.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/i...n/pdf/summary_africa_panel.pdf
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Africa's rapid urbanization can drive industrialization, says new UN report Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search SDG Site A-Z Site Index Home About The Sustainable Development Agenda The Sustainable Development Goals: Our Framework for COVID-19 Recovery Decade of Action SDG Moment 2021 A New Social Contract for a New Era Food Systems Summit 2021 Why the SDGs Matter Monitoring and Progress – HLPF Sustainable Development Goals Report Financing for Development UN Secretary-General’s Strategy for Financing the 2030 Agenda United Nations Reform Campaigns Climate Gender Equality Ocean Goals 1-6 Goal 1: End poverty in all its forms Goal 2: Zero Hunger Goal 3: Health Goal 4: Education Goal 5: Gender equality and women’s empowerment Goal 6: Water and Sanitation 7-12 Goal 7: Energy Goal 8: Economic Growth Goal 9: Infrastructure, industrialization Goal 10: Inequality Goal 11: Cities Goal 12: Sustainable consumption and production 13-17 Goal 13: Climate Action Goal 14: Oceans Goal 15: Biodiversity, forests, desertification Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions Goal 17: Partnerships Take Action ActNow.bot Food Challenge ActNow | Food Challenge | Sustainable Recipes ActNow | Food Challenge | Videos Be the Change The Lazy Person’s Guide to Saving the World Partnerships About Partnerships SDGs in Action app SDG Media Compact SDG Publishers Compact SDG Media Zone SDG Action Zone SDG Advocates Climate Advocates News and Media News Featured News Press materials SDG Planning Calendar Goal of the Month Goal of the Month | Archive Download communications materials Videos Learn more Student Resources SDG Book Club SDG Book Club | Archive SDG Media Zone Why the SDGs Matter Search SDG Site A-Z Site Index Africa’s rapid urbanization can drive industrialization, says new UN report Africa’s rapid urbanization can drive industrialization, says new UN report View Larger Image A United Nations report out Thursday makes concrete recommendations on how the right African policy framework can harness the continent’s rapid urban transition to drive industrial development. (...) To foster enhanced growth and poverty eradication, African countries should put in place industrial policies that will generate the skilled jobs and productivity gains needed for the structural transformation of their economies.” Pointing out that by 2035, half of the continent’s population will be urban, compared to just one third in 1990, ‘Industrialization and Urbanization for Africa’s Transformation’ also provides an opportunity to discuss the challenges of industrialization and structural transformation on the continent and for Eastern Africa, in particular. (...) Despite a weak structural transformation process, the long-term growth outlook remains promising in Eastern Africa.
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Score: 907012.6 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...ialization-says-new-un-report/
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EUROPEAN COMMISSION Directorate-General for Trade Session14: Coherence The rapid development of FTAs: Challenges and Opportunities for future multilateral trade negotiations This session will focus on the implications for the world trading system of the deep transformations it is currently experiencing, in particular the rapid development of free trade agreements (FTAs) around the world, but also other structural changes such as the growing fragmentation of the production internationally and the future place of emerging economies in world trade. The session will consider the impact of these transformations both on the need for a coherent multilateral trading system and on the ability of the WTO membership to negotiate future multilateral agreements.
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Score: 893066.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...ic_forum2007_e/session14_e.doc
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