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When: 1 July 2013 - 31 December 2015 Development partner(s): ILO Regular Budget Supplementary Account Project code: MMR/12/01/RBS Contact(s): Mr. Debi Mondal, Chief Technical Adviser Main components of the strategy: (i) capacity building in the gathering of labour market and child labour data; (ii) capacity building in the analysis and use of labour statistics for data-informed employment policy, with a particular focus on assessing sectors of high labour demand and informing on skills needs as well as on vocational training and education policy; (iii) implementation of Myanmar’s first ever Labour Force-Child Labour-School to Work Transition Survey and production of results currently needed for the development of Myanmar’s Decent Work Country Programme, and (iv) support to building a sustainable system of regular (quarterly or continuous) updating of the Labour Force Survey.  (...) Objectives Improved labour market information system in Myanmar through a comprehensive national Labour Force, Child Labour and School-to-Work Transition Survey Enhanced capacity of tripartite constituents and relevant government agencies to formulate, implement, monitor and evaluate policies, programmes and projects for decent work through improved labour market information Developed a framework for regular data collection of labour statistics Outputs Comprehensive national training on Labour Statistics LF-CL-SWT Survey Preparations completed.
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Score: 810351.4 - https://www.ilo.org/yangon/pro...WCMS_419968/lang--en/index.htm
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When: 1 July 2013 - 31 December 2015 Development partner(s): ILO Regular Budget Supplementary Account Project code: MMR/12/01/RBS Contact(s): Mr. Debi Mondal, Chief Technical Adviser Main components of the strategy: (i) capacity building in the gathering of labour market and child labour data; (ii) capacity building in the analysis and use of labour statistics for data-informed employment policy, with a particular focus on assessing sectors of high labour demand and informing on skills needs as well as on vocational training and education policy; (iii) implementation of Myanmar’s first ever Labour Force-Child Labour-School to Work Transition Survey and production of results currently needed for the development of Myanmar’s Decent Work Country Programme, and (iv) support to building a sustainable system of regular (quarterly or continuous) updating of the Labour Force Survey.  (...) Objectives Improved labour market information system in Myanmar through a comprehensive national Labour Force, Child Labour and School-to-Work Transition Survey Enhanced capacity of tripartite constituents and relevant government agencies to formulate, implement, monitor and evaluate policies, programmes and projects for decent work through improved labour market information Developed a framework for regular data collection of labour statistics Outputs Comprehensive national training on Labour Statistics LF-CL-SWT Survey Preparations completed.
Language:English
Score: 810351.4 - www.ilo.org/yangon/proj...WCMS_419968/lang--en/index.htm
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Participants knew what to expect and they appreciated the mix of small group and plenary sessions, role-play exercises, regular breaks, and teambuilding/networking opportunities.  The length of the training received mixed reviews. There is some concern that the five-day format excluded participants who could not step away from their regular obligations for that length of time. Others noted that it would be challenging to deliver the same depth of training over a fewer number days.  Institutional and sectoral diversity of participants in the training served as a model for engaging diverse stakeholders in MSDs.  Language and translation needs created some challenges. (...) For example, participants may struggle to train others in the 7 Elements tool.  Provide guidance on how those trained can now train others.
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Score: 810060.84 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...vents/2015/maputo_feedback.pdf
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By means of fellowships administered under the Regular Program FAO can assist in developing qualified leaders for co-operative research projects now being considered by countries in one or more regions. (...) This would be in keeping with the Director-General's policy of achieving, closer integration between the Regular Program and the Technical Assistance Program in the field as well as at Headquarters. (...) It was explained that at the present time officers charged against the regular budget spent very considerable portions of their time in planning and supervising the operation of the Technical Assistance Program.
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Score: 809871.1 - https://www.fao.org/3/x5575E/x5575e07.htm
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The Shared Environmental Information System (SEIS) aims to facilitate regular environmental assessments and reporting on progress on multilateral environmental agreements and towards the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. (...) Advisory missions by UNEP and UNECE to the target countries to support in regular environmental monitoring and assessment as part of preparing national roadmaps to monitor the SDGs; • A2.1. Implementation of seven national capacity-building workshops to improve the institutional knowledge base for data collection standards and the use of monitoring and assessment tools for regular indicator-based assessments to measure progress towards the environment-related SDGs (in cooperation with UNCTs); • A2.2.
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Score: 808166.36 - https://unece.org/DAM/env/EMA/...1/Project_brief_-_Nov_2018.pdf
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Workshops/briefings/training courses organized by DOALOS (1 September 2018 to 31 August 2019) Title of Meeting Location Dates Third Workshop of the second round of regional workshops held under the auspices of the United Nations in support of the second cycle of the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects (V. (...) Bailet) San Jose, Costa Rica 6-8 November 2018 Fourth Workshop of the second round of regional workshops held under the auspices of the United Nations in support of the second cycle of the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects (M. (...) Boccia) Doha, Qatar 28 – 29 November 2018 Sixth Workshop of the second round of regional workshops held under the auspices of the United Nations in support of the second cycle of the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects (V.
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Score: 807898.05 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/g...ly/DOALOSList1Sep201831Aug.pdf
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For the month of April 2019, the following ESS/MSS freeze schedule will be in effect: •    NY based General Service staff (L1 pay area): From Thursday, 11 April at 5pm (NY time) to Wednesday, 17 April at 9am (NY time);  Umoja: Budget Formulation Solution for Regular Budget Goes Live 12 March 2019 The management reform proposals of the Secretary-General led to the approval of an annual Regular Budget cycle by the General Assembly. (...) The latest addition  iLearn Umoja , an eLearning platform introduced to train staff on Umoja Extension 2 (UE2) modules.  It facilitates self-learning and provides easy access to training content. Staff can learn at their own pace and use “just-in-time” information that enables them to perform their duties in Umoja.
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Score: 807699.9 - https://umoja.un.org/news
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The inclusion of funding for all three Regional Courses in the regular budget for the current biennium was no minor achievement. (...) Brazil welcomes that the necessary resources have been proposed for the regular budget regarging the biennium 2018-2019. Brazil is also appreciative of the efforts to continue seeking voluntary contributions for the Regional Courses, so as to provide even more training opportunities for lawyers from developing countries. (...) The inclusion of the Regional Courses in the regular budget for the current biennum was a major step in the right direction.
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Score: 807530.6 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...pdfs/statements/poa/brazil.pdf
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Although provision of remote learning tools was an appropriate short-term alternative during this global pandemic, remote self-paced learning curriculum should not become a de-facto substitute for live in-person trainings under the Programme of Assistance, nor should it be used as justification to reduce or cut the regular budget funds intended for the Programme of Assistance. ASEAN strongly supports financing of the Programme through the regular United Nations budget, and we encourage voluntary contributions. (...) ASEAN is certain that this platform will serve as a helpful tool for the participants of the training programs, including those selected during this training cycle.
Language:English
Score: 807242.3 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...statements/poa/13mtg_asean.pdf
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The purpose of the meeting will be to contribute to the preparation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration by (a) taking stock of existing data and research on relevant topics, (b) highlighting gaps in the current evidence base and (c) assessing priorities for the further development of data, research and training to support the implementation of the Global Compact. (...) The global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration: An overview Global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration. (...) Implementing the NY Declaration: Strengthening data, research and training Recommendations from the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population Improving data for safe, orderly and regular migration.
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Score: 807223.44 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ents/coordination/16/index.asp
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