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Embargo_triangle.eps PRESS RELEASE UN Report Says New Strategies Needed to Meet People’s Needs Due to Rapid Urbanization In a world of more than 9 billion by 2050, most of the 6.5 billion urban dwellers will live in developing countries Geneva, 2 July 2013 – New strategies are needed to address the impacts of rapid urbanization around the world, including increasing demands for energy, water, sanitation, public services, education and health, according to the World Economic and Social Survey 2013, launched today at the United Nations. (...) During the period from 2000-2050, developing regions could add 3.2 billion new urban residents, a figure larger than the entire world’s population in 1950. The rapid rate of urbanization underlines the urgency to address multiple sustainable development challenges facing the planet, including many outcomes of the Rio+20 Conference in 2012. (...) Rising inequality, gaps and shortfalls in development partnership, rapid population growth, climate change and environmental degradation have hampered efforts.
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Score: 895813.3 - https://www.un.org/development...s/45/WESS2013_pressrelease.pdf
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WHO'S GOT POWER? TRANSFORMING HEAL | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form Search Toggle navigation Books Authors Series Subjects Librarians Databases Distributors Educators Catalogue Standing Orders Rights & Permissions Subscriptions Shopping cart You are here Shop » WHO'S GOT POWER? TRANSFORMING HEAL English Series: UN Millennium Development Library Who's Got the Power? (...) The authors highlight that change is possible and they advance a comprehensive action plan that recommends the rapid and equitable sale-up of interventions such as integrated management of childhood illness; the universal provision of emergency obstetric care and sexual and reproductive health services; and the provision of strengthened health systems.
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Score: 895738.5 - https://shop.un.org/node/26749
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WHO'S GOT POWER? TRANSFORMING HEAL | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form Search Toggle navigation Books Authors Series Subjects Librarians Databases Distributors Educators Catalogue Standing Orders Rights & Permissions Subscriptions Shopping cart You are here Shop » WHO'S GOT POWER? TRANSFORMING HEAL English Series: UN Millennium Development Library Who's Got the Power? (...) The authors highlight that change is possible and they advance a comprehensive action plan that recommends the rapid and equitable sale-up of interventions such as integrated management of childhood illness; the universal provision of emergency obstetric care and sexual and reproductive health services; and the provision of strengthened health systems.
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Score: 895738.5 - https://shop.un.org/books/whos...-power-transforming-heal-26749
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She will have an audience with Pope Francis to discuss relevant issues on cooperation and the work of the General Assembly.   THE IMPACT OF RAPID TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND SDGs Yesterday afternoon, the PGA spoke at the General Assembly Hall on the impact of the rapid technological change in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. (...) For the President, the technological progress has the potential of transforming the lives of everyone in a positive way, but it is also critical that this progress is also affordable to everyone. Otherwise, the rapid technological change could lead to an increase of inequality which is contrary to SDG Number 10 (on reduced inequalities).  
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Score: 894763.7 - https://www.un.org/pga/76/2021...e-spokesperson-5-october-2021/
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Read more Publications Sustaining Rapid Reduction of Poverty in All Dimensions a... (...) Read more Publications Rapid Assessment on the Willingness of Persons with Disab... This report includes findings from a rapid assessment conducted by UNDP in March and April 2021 on the “Willingness of Persons with Disabilities to Stand for El...
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Score: 894763.7 - https://www.undp.org/vietnam/p...-software-doctors-for-everyone
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Readiness for a green recovery In 2020, FAO moved quickly to help countries respond to the COVID-19 pandemic by facilitating access to rapid readiness grants, available for a limited period under the GCF Readiness Programme . Rapid readiness grants are instrumental in helping countries to develop climate-resilient recovery strategies and stimulus packages for a green recovery; these strategies will be incorporated into Nationally Determined Contributions ( NDCs ) and contribute towards the design of transformative GCF projects that raise countries’ climate ambitions. (...) Access to Readiness funding enables countries to update their NDCs, develop stimulus packages that contribute to a green recovery and raise climate ambitions. These rapid grants (up to USD 300 000) are helping countries to formulate strategies that are aligned with national climate change priorities – as outlined in NDCs, NAPs  and other low-carbon, climate-resilient planning frameworks – and promote a climate-resilient recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Score: 894763.7 - https://www.fao.org/gcf/readin...ss-grants/readiness-funding/en
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Readiness for a green recovery In 2020, FAO moved quickly to help countries respond to the COVID-19 pandemic by facilitating access to rapid readiness grants, available for a limited period under the GCF Readiness Programme . Rapid readiness grants are instrumental in helping countries to develop climate-resilient recovery strategies and stimulus packages for a green recovery; these strategies will be incorporated into Nationally Determined Contributions ( NDCs ) and contribute towards the design of transformative GCF projects that raise countries’ climate ambitions. (...) Access to Readiness funding enables countries to update their NDCs, develop stimulus packages that contribute to a green recovery and raise climate ambitions. These rapid grants (up to USD 300 000) are helping countries to formulate strategies that are aligned with national climate change priorities – as outlined in NDCs, NAPs  and other low-carbon, climate-resilient planning frameworks – and promote a climate-resilient recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Score: 894763.7 - https://www.fao.org/gcf/readin...s-grants2/readiness-funding/en
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All African countries acknowledge the rapid pace of urbanization 1 . About one century ago, the urban population in Africa was less than 8 per cent of the total population. (...) In most African countries, exceptionally rapid urban population growth has outpaced economic growth over the past 30 years contributing to the “urbanization of poverty” in the region. (...) Climate change could lead to excessive strain on traditional infrastructure; increased shortages and hazards; increased epidemics; breakdown in security due to increased conflict over resources. Rapid urbanization implies rapid increased demand for energy, land and natural resources.
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Score: 894660 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/i...conomiccommissionforafrica.pdf
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Leonardo Garnier, du Costa Rica, Conseiller spécial pour le Sommet sur la transformation de l’éducation Le Secrétaire général de l’ONU, M. (...) Dans le même temps et dans pratiquement tous les pays, les systèmes contemporains d’éducation peinent à inculquer aux apprenants les connaissances, les compétences et les valeurs nécessaires à leur épanouissement dans un monde en mutation rapide. Le Sommet sur la transformation de l’éducation, une initiative importante de « Notre Programme commun », est l’occasion de renouveler l’engagement politique international en faveur de l’éducation, comme bien public prééminent.  (...) Statements Activités Calendrier Procédure de nomination Rôle du/de la Secrétaire général/e Anciens Secrétaires généraux Voyages officiels L'équipe Vice-Secrétaire générale Les fonctions de Vice-Secrétaire général Conseil de gestion Équipe de direction Messagers de la paix Ressources Rapport annuel sur l'activité de l'Organisation Multilinguisme Déclarations de situation financière Éditoriaux et articles de presse Photos Liens rapides ONU Info Secrétariat Département de la communication globale Bureau du Porte-parole United Nations FAITES UN DON Facebook Instagram Contactez-nous Droits d'auteur Courriers frauduleux Confidentialité de l'information Index de A à Z Conditions d'utilisation FAQ
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Score: 893485.4 - https://www.un.org/sg/fr/conte...-transforming-education-summit
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Vennila Abstract: Pandemics continue to affect the edifice of India’s bio-security threatening food, nutrition, health, livelihood, biodiversity and ecosystem services. Rapid, largescale movement of people and material in a globalised world, climate change and inadequate surveillance will exacerbate pandemics in the years to come. (...) For India to be a part of preparedness, transformational changes in transboundary pest surveillance, strict quarantine, rapid molecular diagnosis, anticipatory research, and training are essential.
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Score: 892916.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ct-Pests-Pandemics-English.pdf
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