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The project contributed to the following results from 2004 to 2018: The project improved sanitation services to 64,012 households (368,978 people) located near the project area and an additional 52,000 people residing in surrounding communities by December 2017. (...) Data collected in November 2018—the last time that the lake was drained—showed a positive trend in intestinal and skin diseases, especially those most often associated with poor sanitation and environmental conditions. 64 percent of surveyed residents reported improvements in the incidence of water-borne diseases. (...) The construction of the new Northern Gaza WWTP increased the quantity of wastewater treated to 34,000 cubic meters per day on June of 2018. The new WWTP also improved groundwater quality in terms of salinity and nitrate contamination, rendering it compliant with the Palestinian Environmental Standards on November of 2018. 420,978 A total of 420,978 beneficiaries received improved sanitation services — 368,978 residents living near the project area and an additional 52,000 people residing in surrounding communities.
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Score: 855958.2 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...n-gaza-work-bank-result-brief/
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In April 2009, the Chinese government launched the new round of health care reform, making it an imperative to establish and improve the basic medical and health system for rural and urban residents, providing health services as public goods to the entire population, adding new meaning to the rural health reform and development in the new era. (...) Page 11 NRCMS, a plan which provides coverage to rural residents, has played an essential role in reducing their financial burden, protecting them from falling into or back into poverty when being struck by catastrophic diseases, and improving their health. (...) Page 12 In June 2010, beginning with rural children’s congenital heart disease and acute leukemia, we started a pilot program to improve the insurance level for catastrophic diseases for rural residents.
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Score: 854852.9 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi.../wha_side_event_china_2012.pdf
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The effectiveness of the UN Resident Coordinator System is central to our efforts to achieve that. Improving accountability When we empower Resident Coordinators and UN Country Teams, streamline decision-making, and lay out clear lines of accountability, we do improve the coherence, effectiveness, and efficiency of the UN at the country level. (...) A UNDG-HLCM study has been commissioned to identify common UN results reporting principles, in order to improve the way we communicate the UN’s contribution to national development achievements.
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Score: 852851.7 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/j...pdf11/helen.clark.rc.panel.pdf
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RC System (OP122-131) Relevant Indicators Progress Improve the effectiveness of the resident coordinator system by: · Improving the way in which individuals are attracted, selected, trained, appraised and retained in the RC system (OP124 a). · Achieving diversification in the composition of resident coordinator system in terms of geographical distribution and gender (OP 124b). · Ensuring the participation of all UN agencies, funds and programmes on equal footing (OP124d). · Appointing country directors, where cost effective, to run core programme activities, including fundraising (OP124h). % of RCs who are female % of RCs who are from “programme countries” · The Resident Coordinator job description has been revised to reflect the complex leadership position of the Resident Coordinator. (...) The performance appraisals for Resident Coordinator s and UNCTs have been significantly improved. (...) Eighteen different United Nations entities put forward candidates for the Resident Coordinator Assessment Centre. · UNDP improved the functionality of the firewall by ensuring that Resident Coordinators/Resident Representatives (RC/RR) sign letters of delegation of authority for UNDP responsibilities, including for resource mobilization with the UNDP country director.
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Score: 852144.1 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ssion/dp2017-15_Annex%204.docx
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The overall aim of this project is to improve the quality of life and enhance social cohesion for everyone living in Sabra, Beirut. (...) Maya, a 28 year-old shop owner and resident of Sabra, expressed how empowered she feels to be part of the revitalization of her neighbourhood. (...) “As a whole this project is a key example of UN-Habitat’s approach to community-led urban upgrading that improves living conditions of residents from multiple perspectives: economically, socially and physically, while keeping their needs and challenges at the forefront of the project’s interventions,” said Taina Christiansen, Head of the UN-Habitat Lebanon Country Programme.
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Score: 837990 - https://unhabitat.org/fosterin...-by-improved-living-conditions
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There are on average five individuals in a Syrian refugee households (HHs) in Lebanon. 31% of HHs have at least one member with legal residency (2019: 33%, 2018: 38%). 69% of HHs have no members with legal residency (2019: 67%, 2018: 62%;). 20% of individuals above 15 years old had legal residency (2019: 22%; 2018: 27%) Increase in number of HHs in non-permanent and non-residential shelters since 2017. Birth registration at the level of the Foreigners’ Registry improved since 2018, with the rates being similar for boys and girls. 50% Sex of individuals 50% Women Men 18% in 2018 and 2019 Below 18 Above 18 53% in 2019 Households with all members having legal residency Percentage of individuals having completed the various steps of birth registration, for births that took place in Lebanon Rental cost (LBP) by shelter type Shelter type Percentage of households living under an eviction threat Non-Residential (ex: garages, farms, shops,...) (...) SMEB: LBP 130,500 per capita MEB: LBP 169,500 per capita 2014 SMEB/MEB basket 2020 SMEB/MEB basket SMEB: LBP 308,722 per capita MEB: LBP 350,200 per capita Severely food insecure Moderately food insecure Marginally food insecure Food secure 2019 2020 Access to primary and hospital care Types of sanitation facilities WATER AND SANITATION 87% have access to improved drinking water source (88% in 2019). 69% of household members have the water source available on premises (improvement from 2019: 61%). 83% have access to improved drinking water sources either in their dwelling/yard/plot or within 30 minutes round trip collection time. 91% of household members have access to an improved sanita- tion facility(flush toilet or improved pit latrine with cement slab) (94% in 2019).
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Score: 836434 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon/media/5696/file
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A number of country offices reported clear improvements in capacities and/or measurable improvements in the performance of institutions and systems. (...) Resident Coordinator annual reports have improved, focusing more fully on the achievement of results and outcomes, and on wider and more inclusive training for Resident Coordinators. (...) UNFPA leads the Working Group on Resident Coordinator System Issues task team on Performance Assessment and explores the ways to improve the Resident Coordinator/Humanitarian Coordinator/Designated Official and the United Nations country team Performance Appraisal System.
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Score: 835456 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...Board/2013/English/E2013-5.doc
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The representative of the United States asked about how the results of reform of the Resident Coordinator System can be better shared with the United Nations membership and how the Organization could improve its accountability to Member States. (...) The report provides a snapshot of the United Nations development system as a whole and the advancement towards the 2030 Agenda objectives, she said, highlighting improvements, including in realizing gender balance among resident coordinators.  (...) The representative of Finland , associating herself with the European Union and Switzerland, welcomed progress on gender equality but noted further steps are required, asking for more information on the resident coordinators in that domain.  Emphasizing the importance of reform at the regional level, she noted room for improvement
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Score: 833237.8 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2021/ecosoc7047.doc.htm
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Chile - Makes technical changes to its commitments improved in 1995. Colombia - Makes technical improvements to its 1995 Schedule. (...) Norway - Making significant improvements in insurance, banking and other financial services: - Relaxes the limitations on cross-border supply of insurance by non-resident insurance companies (I); - Relaxes residency requirements for the members of the committee of representatives in Norwegian insurance companies, commercial banks and securities firms (I,B,S); - Eliminates a ban on branches of commercial banks, securities firms and collective investment management companies (B,S,O). (...) Turkey - Containing some improvements to the commitments made in 1995: - Eliminates a residency requirement on branch managers of foreign insurance and reinsurance companies (I); - Clarifies the commitments for portfolio management companies and rating agencies (O); - Abolishes an incorporation requirement for precious metals intermediaries (O).
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Score: 829993.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/news98_e/finsum.htm
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Internal Draft Note 2011 ECOSOC operational activities segment- Panel III “Strengthening the leadership of the UN Resident Coordinator: role of accountability frameworks, resources and results reporting” Thursday, 15 July, 3:30 - 6:00 pm Conference Room XIX, Building E, The Palais des Nations, Geneva Concept Note Background When it conducted its 2007 Triennial Comprehensive Policy Review of UN’s operational activities, the General Assembly recognized “the central role of resident coordinators in making possible the coordination of United Nations operational activities for development at the country level to improve the effectiveness of their response to the national development priorities of programme countries, including through appropriate resources and accountability” 1 . (...) The resident coordinator represents and acts as liaison between the government and the Secretary-General and United Nations country teams (UNCTs) as a whole, including non-resident agencies. (...) First, reporting on UNDAF results remains to be improved. UNDAF reporting is an important way to ensure the RC and UNCT members’ accountability to the government.
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Score: 829384.2 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/j..._oas_rc_panel-concept_note.pdf
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