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Gender Mainstreaming in Forestry in Africa - Zambia (2007) This is a study on Gender Mainstreming in Zambia intended to assess the gender balance and responsibilities in the management and use of forest resources. (...) Gender Mainstreaming in Forestry in Africa – Ghana (2007) This is a study on Gender Mainstreming in Ghana intended to assess the gender balance and responsibilities in the management and use of forest resources. (...) Gender Mainstreaming in Forestry in Africa - Kenya (2007) This is a study on Gender Mainstreming in Kenya intended to assess the gender balance and responsibilities in the management and use of forest resources.
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Score: 747567.1 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/gender/91553/en/
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Decade's logo Water for Life Voices REPORTING ON PROGRESS From Member States From Friends of Water From the UN system THE DECADE'S PROGRAMMES UNW-DPAC: Advocacy and Communication UNW-DPC: Capacity development FOCUS AREAS Access to sanitation Financing water Gender and water Human right to water Integrated Water Resources Management Transboundary waters Water and cities Water and energy Water and food security Water and sustainable development Water and the green economy Water cooperation Water quality Water scarcity FOCUS REGIONS Africa Asia and the Pacific RESOURCES FOR Kids and Youth Media UN e-RESOURCES UN Publications UN Photobanks UN Video Library UN Websites UNW-DPAC: Readers UNW-DPAC regularly produces readers on different water-related issues. (...) It provides basic UN references on financing-related issues and contains references for specific audiences such as financial institutions and policy makers. Integrated Water Resources Management - Reader [ - 147 KB] UNW-DPAC. 2010. This reader is intended for all those interested in getting familiar with Integrated Water Management (IWRM) issues.
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Score: 722335.2 - https://www.un.org/waterforlifedecade/unwdpac_pubs.shtml
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Additional guidance on financial resources for evaluation is outlined in the revised evaluation policy of UNICEF (E/ICEF/2018/14). Evaluation title United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (or equivalent) outcome UNICEF Strategic Plan, 2022–2025 Goal Area Criteria used for selection Intended use of evaluation findings Expected start date (month and year, or year only) Anticipated cost and provisional source of funding (regular resources (RR) or other resources (OR)), in United States dollars Formative evaluation of the Explosive Ordnance Risk Education programme in the Syrian Arab Republic Outcome 3 (improved living conditions of displaced people, returnees and affected communities) Goal Area 3 The area has not been evaluated previously. (...) To provide inputs for future programme design and preparedness for future outbreaks/pandemics. 2024 300 000 (OR) Total resources 2 400 000 (OR)
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Score: 699373.44 - https://www.unicef.org/executi...Republic_CEP-EN-2022.03.21.pdf
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Evaluation title United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (or equivalent) outcome UNICEF Strategic Plan, 2022–2025 Goal Area Criteria used for selection Intended use of evaluation findings Expected start date (month and year, or year only) Anticipated cost and provisional source of funding (regular resources (RR) or other resources (OR)), in United States dollars Evaluation of UNICEF capacity- building strategies in education Outcome 4: People in the Caribbean equitably access and utilize universal, quality and shock-responsive, social protection, education, health, and care services. (...) The evaluation findings will therefore assess the effectiveness of the project, identifying lessons learned, and will provide strategic recommendations on the way forward. 3 Evaluation title United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (or equivalent) outcome UNICEF Strategic Plan, 2022–2025 Goal Area Criteria used for selection Intended use of evaluation findings Expected start date (month and year, or year only) Anticipated cost and provisional source of funding (regular resources (RR) or other resources (OR)), in United States dollars accountable and transparent institutions as well as to implement effective and targeted capacity- building. (...) Criteria: Formative evaluation to The findings of the evaluation will provide guidance on the implementation of similar health/social services that are utilizing this modality. 2024 40 000 (RR) 4 Evaluation title United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (or equivalent) outcome UNICEF Strategic Plan, 2022–2025 Goal Area Criteria used for selection Intended use of evaluation findings Expected start date (month and year, or year only) Anticipated cost and provisional source of funding (regular resources (RR) or other resources (OR)), in United States dollars support UNICEF positioning, replication and scale-up.
Language:English
Score: 697153 - https://www.unicef.org/executi...-Jamaica_CEP-EN-2021.11.15.pdf
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Resources: $2 million. 12. Response to crisis and emergencies. (...) Resources: $2 million. 20. External communications. (...) Resources: $3.5 million. 21. Investment in information technology.
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Score: 694774.3 - www.ilo.org/public/engl.../gb/docs/gb283/pdf/pfa-2-2.pdf
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Resources: $2 million. 12. Response to crisis and emergencies. (...) Resources: $2 million. 20. External communications. (...) Resources: $3.5 million. 21. Investment in information technology.
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Score: 694774.3 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng.../gb/docs/gb283/pdf/pfa-2-2.pdf
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Disability and the Millennium Development Goals | DISD Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Department of Economic and Social Affairs Social Inclusion Search UN DESA Home About Us What We Do Meet our Director International Days Expert Group Meetings Social Development Briefs Resources Newsletters Careers *COVID-19 Policy Briefs SDGs Issues Ageing Cooperatives Disability Employment Family Indigenous Inequality Poverty Social Inclusion Sport Youth Publications Civil Society Capacity Development News Calendar Contact Us Home About Us What We Do Meet our Director International Days Expert Group Meetings Social Development Briefs Resources Newsletters Careers *COVID-19 Policy Briefs SDGs Issues Ageing Cooperatives Disability Employment Family Indigenous Inequality Poverty Social Inclusion Sport Youth Publications Civil Society Capacity Development News Calendar Contact Us Home Disability and the Millennium Development Goals Disability and the Millennium Development Goals 28 February 2012 This publication, building on the earlier DESA Quinquennial Report, is intended to provide a “road map” for how and why disability can and should be included in the planning, monitoring and evaluation of MDG-related programmes and policies. (...) This significant oversight is evident in all components of the MDG effort: in the lack of the systematic inclusion of persons with disabilities in programmes and policies intended to foster action around the MDG; in the absence of mention of disability in the Millennium Campaign intended to build awareness and participation for the MDGs within civil society; and most notably in the lack of the systematic collection and monitoring of disability-related statistics and analysis of this data, which are the primary tools for tracking MDG efforts and allocating further funding and resources at the local, regional and global levels. (...) Publications by Year 2022 (1) 2021 (1) 2020 (2) 2019 (3) 2018 (1) 2017 (5) 2016 (4) 2015 (1) 2014 (4) 2013 (7) 2012 (2) 2011 (5) 2010 (21) 2006 (1) 2005 (3) 2004 (1) Resources Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Capacity Development and Partnerships Expert Group Meetings and Panel Discussions International Days International Years Newsletters Toolkit on Disability for Africa Inter-Agency Network on Youth Inter-Agency Support Group for the CRPD World Programme of Action on Youth Youth Delegate Programme Opportunities within the UN More Resources Flagship Reports World Social Report (WSR) World Youth Report (WYR) State of the World's Indigenous Peoples (SOWIP) More Publications Social Media DISD e-Brochure Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube More DISD Social Media Multimedia Multimedia Library News UN News  UN DESA Voice DISD Newsletter ECOSOC News UNSDN News Ageing Newsletter Youth Flash Newsletter Enable Newsletter Follow Us United Nations Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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Score: 694505 - https://www.un.org/development...-millennium-development-goals/
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Additional guidance on financial resources for evaluation are outlined in the revised evaluation policy of UNICEF ( E/ICEF/2018/14). (...) Formative evaluation of Outcome 2.1: By 2026, more people, by age Goal Area 4 Necessity of identifying, The evaluation will: April 2024 237 000 (RR) 6 Evaluation title United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (or equivalent) outcome UNICEF Strategic Plan Goal Area Criteria used for selection Intended use of evaluation findings Expected start date (month and year, or year only) Anticipated cost and provisional source of funding (regular resources (RR) or other resources (OR)), in United States dollars UNICEF water, sanitation and hygiene interventions group, especially the most vulnerable, including refugees and IDPs, use quality basic social services equitably and sustainably to realize their full human potential and enhance their social and economic well-being Outcome 2.2: By 2026, gaps in critical socioeconomic indicators are reduced, reflecting greater gender equality and progress in the empowerment of young people, women and girls, and other vulnerable groups, including those in humanitarian contexts Outcome 3: By 2026, young people, women, the most vulnerable groups and people living with disabilities, including refugees and IDPs, actively contribute to the efficiency of policies and the performance of public institutions at national, regional and council levels, and enjoy their rights fully Outcome 4: By 2026, populations, in different agroecological zones, including young people, documenting and disseminating innovative programme strategies and investment opportunities in rural areas Promotion of interest in fostering strategic and operationally relevant learning related to the bottlenecks hampering the sustainability of community-led total sanitation Assessment of the sustainability of the results achieved in sanitation Assessment of UNICEF influence on national water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector policies and strategies and on local council engagement and investments in WASH infrastructure and services Assessment of the effectiveness of evidence-based (a) Document major results achieved in the improvement of the access of people and communities to water and sanitation services and infrastructures; (b) Identify major bottlenecks to address in the sector; (c) Capture learning related to community engagement in the sustainability of infrastructures and services; (d) Reinforce evidence-based advocacy for access to water and sanitation. 7 Evaluation title United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (or equivalent) outcome UNICEF Strategic Plan Goal Area Criteria used for selection Intended use of evaluation findings Expected start date (month and year, or year only) Anticipated cost and provisional source of funding (regular resources (RR) or other resources (OR)), in United States dollars women and socially vulnerable groups, live in a healthier environment, sustainably manage environmental resources, including biodiversity, and are more resilient to disasters and climate change shocks management in the WASH sector Formative evaluation of UNICEF support to the immunization system Outcome 2.1: By 2026, more people, by age group, especially the most vulnerable, including refugees and IDPs, use quality basic social services equitably and sustainably to realize their full human potential and enhance their social and economic well-being Outcome 2.2: By 2026, gaps in critical socioeconomic indicators are reduced, reflecting greater gender equality and progress in the empowerment of young people, women and girls, and other vulnerable groups, including those in humanitarian contexts Outcome 3: By 2026, young people, women, the most vulnerable groups and people living with disabilities, Goal Area 1 Necessity of accounting for the achievements of the UNICEF contributions, with regard to donors and populations (especially boys and girls) who are expected to benefit Amount of resources invested in the programme component The evaluation will: (a) Inform decision- making in the health sector to strengthen the country’s immunization system; (b) Contribute to improving the quality of immunization services; (c) Inform resource allocations in the health and immunization sector; (d) Promote the systematic utilization of health data for the strengthening of immunization programme management; (e) Inform the design of future April 2025 257 000 (RR) 8 Evaluation title United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (or equivalent) outcome UNICEF Strategic Plan Goal Area Criteria used for selection Intended use of evaluation findings Expected start date (month and year, or year only) Anticipated cost and provisional source of funding (regular resources (RR) or other resources (OR)), in United States dollars including refugees and IDPs, actively contribute to the efficiency of policies and the performance of public institutions at national, regional and council levels, and enjoy their rights fully Outcome 4: By 2026, populations, in different agroecological zones, including young people, women and socially vulnerable groups, live in a healthier environment, sustainably manage environmental resources, including biodiversity, and are more resilient to disasters and climate change shocks immunization programmes. (...) April 2023 RR: 290 000 11 Evaluation title United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (or equivalent) outcome UNICEF Strategic Plan Goal Area Criteria used for selection Intended use of evaluation findings Expected start date (month and year, or year only) Anticipated cost and provisional source of funding (regular resources (RR) or other resources (OR)), in United States dollars agroecological zones, including young people, women and socially vulnerable groups, live in a healthier environment, sustainably manage environmental resources, including biodiversity, and are more resilient to disasters and climate change shocks protection welfare system supporting unemployed persons Total resources 2 044 000 (RR)
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Score: 693888.6 - https://www.unicef.org/executi...Cameroon_CEP-EN-2021.06.15.pdf
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Cryoconservation of Animal Genetic Resources ix Foreword Livestock agriculture is in a period of tumultuous change and upheaval. (...) The guidelines are written under the assumption that a decision has already been taken that cryoconservation will make a valuable contribution to a programme for conserving the animal genetic resources of interest. The advice provided is intended to be relevant to all species of domestic livestock, but species-specific guidance is given where appropriate. (...) This is intended to help the reader confirm that cryoconservation will be a valuable component in a plan for conserving the animal genetic resource(s) under consideration (assuming a conservation programme of some kind is needed).
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Score: 691296.73 - https://www.fao.org/3/i3017e/i3017e01.pdf
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The entity will assist countries to put in place effective systems of access to land and other natural resources, and land tenure security. Intended end beneficiaries and benefits: 206.     (...) Intended end beneficiaries and benefits: 210.     Farming, pastoral, fishing and, eventually, urban communities are expected to benefit from the concerted, integrated and sustainable management of the land and water resources they rely upon for their livelihoods, especially in areas vulnerable to resource degradation, drought, floods and other natural hazards. (...) This entity focuses on improved national awareness and policy environment in support of the sustainable management of mountain forests, water and other resources in upland areas. Intended end beneficiaries and benefits: 214.    
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Score: 690718.55 - https://www.fao.org/pwb/2007/J7290Add1e/J7290Add1e17.htm
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