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PowerPoint Presentation Transformative Pathways to Food Security– Building Resilience to Climate Change S. (...) Era of business-as-usual approach to Climate Adaptation is over.  Transformative CCA solutions are needed to achieve CCA related SDG targets by 2030 and to avoid catastrophic consequences. 3. (...) [Lending & Non-lending] 2021 Asian Evaluation Week  Transformational Evaluation: Moving from Uncertainties to Resilience  6 to 10 September 2021 Adapting to COVID Constraints: IOE Strategy  National consultants conducted site visits in 12 of 20 country cases  Virtual interviews with key stakeholders/beneficiaries (700 + interviewees)  Use of geo-spatial data when available  Panel of in-country experts reviewed case study findings (select cases)  Secondary evidence from Rapid Evidence Assessment Sources of evidence 2021 Asian Evaluation Week  Transformational Evaluation: Moving from Uncertainties to Resilience  6 to 10 September 2021  20 (35 projects – 14% of IFAD climate portfolio, stratified purposive sampling)  Knowledge Management, Scaling Up, Human-Natural systems nexus)  Online survey (IFAD and project staff)  Document Review (Project, Country and Corporate level documents; IOE Evaluations), portfolio analysis  Rapid evidence assessment (scan of 1330 documents and review of 91 articles, published in scientific and grey literature  Geospatial data (available in five country case studies) Learning theme studies Secondary Evidence E-surveys Case studies Document and Portfolio review KEY RESULTS: Scaling up CCA 2021 Asian Evaluation Week  Transformational Evaluation: Moving from Uncertainties to Resilience  6 to 10 September 2021 • Success in scaling up depended to a large extent on the ownership of the government, strength of strategic and high-profile partnerships, and engagement at design • 23% of the case study projects were scaled up or likely to be scaled up.
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Score: 950140.6 - https://www.ifad.org/documents...cb-24f2-ac9a-7f68-c3a261b83bc0
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Anticipative and research-driven regulations: in order to smoothly integrate these rapid changes Companies, Institutions, Governments and regulators have to adapt to the changing environment. (...) The data revolution policy vision is to Build an innovation-data-enabled industry to harness rapid social economic development whereas the SMART Rwanda Vision Statement is to enable “a prosperous and knowledgeable society through SMART ICT” with the scope of securing national ICT execution capability, expanding ICT accessibility, and establishing programs to enhance economic growth. (...) In rapid change of ICT landscape, where everything is becoming interconnected, the role of intelligent systems to manage complex systems, data flow to help in process accomplishment and decision making are becoming crucial.
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Score: 947900.4 - https://www.itu.int/net4/ITU-D...ntributions/Rwanda_English.pdf
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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: 947556.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...ic_forum2007_e/session14_e.doc
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L’Afrique est considérée comme un continent en voie d’urbanisation rapide, mais elle est en retard en ce qui concerne le discours sur l’urbanisation. (...) Cet article cherche à souligner le deuxième point en examinant le cas de l’Éthiopie, l’une des nations les moins urbanisées, qui connaît actuellement une transformation rapide. En termes de structure d’établissements, l’Éthiopie est encore principalement rurale, sa population étant concentrée sur les hauts plateaux et dépendant de l’agriculture pluviale de subsistance. (...) Parmi les grandes transformations de l’Éthiopie mentionnées plus haut, nous soutenons que la pauvreté — l’insécurité alimentaire et celle des revenus dans le contexte d’une urbanisation rapide due à la pauvreté — et la nécessité de remettre en état l’environnement doivent être des questions primordiales devant être traitées rapidement dans tout mécanisme de production de l’espace architectural de grande envergure.
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Score: 947351.6 - https://www.un.org/fr/chronicl...rales-souples-dans-les-regions
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L’Afrique est considérée comme un continent en voie d’urbanisation rapide, mais elle est en retard en ce qui concerne le discours sur l’urbanisation. (...) Cet article cherche à souligner le deuxième point en examinant le cas de l’Éthiopie, l’une des nations les moins urbanisées, qui connaît actuellement une transformation rapide. En termes de structure d’établissements, l’Éthiopie est encore principalement rurale, sa population étant concentrée sur les hauts plateaux et dépendant de l’agriculture pluviale de subsistance. (...) Parmi les grandes transformations de l’Éthiopie mentionnées plus haut, nous soutenons que la pauvreté — l’insécurité alimentaire et celle des revenus dans le contexte d’une urbanisation rapide due à la pauvreté — et la nécessité de remettre en état l’environnement doivent être des questions primordiales devant être traitées rapidement dans tout mécanisme de production de l’espace architectural de grande envergure.
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Score: 947351.6 - https://www.un.org/fr/node/23702
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Introduction: The world is undergoing rapid urbanizing, with more than 50 percent of the world's population living in urban areas. (...) The process of digital transformation emphasizes on how digital services and applications will change the urban landscape and transform inhabitants' experience of life and well-being.  (...) This side event explored STI solutions that can be leveraged to provide support to cities and communities and how they can be scaled up quickly to accelerate digital transformation across the globe. This s ide event also highlighted what cities and countries are doing to improve capacity for applying STI for the SDGs, including managing rapid technological transitions. 
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Score: 940844.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/c...matechange/Pages/20220506.aspx
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We in Ethiopia have been consistently demonstrating strong political commitment and leadership to eradicate poverty through promoting rapid and inclusive growth. Through our development planning, we have created the opportunity to mainstream and effectively implement global and regional development goals, including the Istanbul Plan of Action. Despite the rapid economic growth during the last decade, however, there are structural issues which pose challenges for the sustainability of our rapid economic growth. These challenges include slow structural transformation of the economy and a poorly performing export sector.
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Score: 938287.5 - https://www.un.org/ldc5/sites/...s/ethiopia_statement_arr_0.pdf
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Le PNUD aussi se transforme. Le numérique transforme le développement. (...) Dans le même temps, le PNUD opérait rapidement sa propre mue, tirant parti des technologies numériques pour améliorer ses processus internes et ses flux de travail. (...) Les sociétés qui passent rapidement au numérique doivent non seulement être conscientes de ces risques, mais aussi avoir accès à des soutiens pour prendre des mesures visant à les atténuer.
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Score: 934787.2 - https://www.undp.org/fr/blog/l...nt-le-pnud-aussi-se-transforme
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Le PNUD aussi se transforme. Le numérique transforme le développement. (...) Dans le même temps, le PNUD opérait rapidement sa propre mue, tirant parti des technologies numériques pour améliorer ses processus internes et ses flux de travail. (...) Les sociétés qui passent rapidement au numérique doivent non seulement être conscientes de ces risques, mais aussi avoir accès à des soutiens pour prendre des mesures visant à les atténuer.
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Score: 934787.2 - https://www.undp.org/fr/blog/l...nt-le-pnud-aussi-se-transforme
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Six months in, the partnership is showing its first results: Moldova: Developing a “Compact on Digital Transformation” In Moldova, the COVID-19 pandemic put a spotlight on the need for rapid digital transformation. (...) To update Moldova’s digital strategy, UNDP and ITU joined forces to develop the Moldova Digital Transformation Compact for the government. The Compact outlines the main gaps and opportunities of digital transformation in Moldova. (...) The COVID-19 pandemic is driving a rapid increase in the uptake and deployment of digital technologies and platforms.
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Score: 930811.5 - https://www.undp.org/moldova/n...apacity-digital-transformation
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