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So far Next steps © UNDRR – United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction Recap – Catalytic Development Solutions for [Country] 1. [insert first prioritized catalytic development solution] 2. [insert first prioritized catalytic development solution] 3. [insert first prioritized catalytic development solution] 4. (...) [development solution 1] and (insert names of participants) 2. [development solution 2] and (insert names of participants) 3.
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Score: 391079.17 - https://www.undrr.org/media/48471/download
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Each member of the Judging Committee will assign a score to each proposed solution, according to the following criteria: Creativity, User’s Experience and Solution Development. The Invitation To enter the contest please submit either a proposed mobile solution focused on accessibility or submit information about the mobile solution you have developed. While the creation of a solution prototype is not a requirement, submission of documentation on the solution would facilitate the evaluation of the “technical feasibility of the solution” requirement (see details below).
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Score: 390971.88 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...015-MobAppforAccesibility.aspx
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These actions are distinct from purely engineering solutions – for example, a nature based solution to  coastal  flooding could be  in  the  restoration of natural mangroves while a purely engineering  solution  would be to build dykes or seawalls – with potentially longer term adverse impacts.  (...) Guiding Questions   What are nature‐based solutions, and how do they relate to technology‐based solutions?  (...)  What are the most significant opportunities and barriers to the implementation of nature‐based  solutions, and how can they be overcome?   How can we make such solutions an integral part of policy design and implementation? 
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Score: 390835.62 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/secon.../jointmeeting/concept_note.pdf
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Legal Process Delivering sustainable solutions in a more competitive world Background Information Delivering sustainable solutions in a more competitive world Thailand Energy Consumption,1989-1998 ! (...) Ballast Delivering sustainable solutions in a more competitive world Stages of MEPS Implementation ! (...) Implement as soon as possible after MEPS approved Delivering sustainable solutions in a more competitive world Impacts and Issues of MEPS Delivering sustainable solutions in a more competitive world Impact Analyses !
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Score: 390835.62 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...es/energy/op/clasp_mepsppt.pdf
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Digital solutions for learning, skills and employment cannot fix these underlying problems, which require political action. n There is a need to develop ecosystems that support organisations to create, test and scale solutions. (...) Making solutions open-source can provide an indirect route to scale through allowing other implementers to re-use and contextualise assets, concepts and content – although some open- source solutions struggle to raise sufficient income to grow. (...) Implementers of digital livelihood solutions should embed decent work considerations into solutions.
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Score: 390759.52 - https://www.unicef.org/media/103991/file
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Viable solutions were sought to take forward by the UN Digital Solutions Centre and UNICC as potential UN family innovations to optimise operational delivery. (...) T eam presenting  the  UN Digital ID solution to a global audience from Geneva.  Photo: WFP Innovation Accelerator About the UN Digital Solutions Centre   The   UN Digital Solutions Centre   is keen to t a ke these innovations forward  in coordination with UNICC  which can develop them as  digital services for the UN family . (...) Solutions developed by  the UN DSC  will be made available to the entire UN system. ​
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Score: 390246.3 - https://www.unicc.org/news/202...un-digital-solutions-bootcamp/
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This is why around the globe, UNDP AccLabs took on the role of solutions mappers. Identifying, supporting and scaling up locally-sourced solutions has nurtured participatory, bottom-up, creative solutions to development issues. (...) Recognizing the clear priority of finding smart, creative solutions to ease the burden of pandemic challenges, UNDP Georgia’s AccLab decided to run its first Solution Safari, a ‘by the people, for the people’ call for inventions. (...) This was a call for solutions or rather a contest with a prize fund of 20,000 Georgian Lari (~6500 USD) to be awarded to the winning solutions, with an intention to motivate grassroots innovators across the country.
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Score: 390210.7 - https://www.undp.org/georgia/b...-through-grass-roots-solutions
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Conceptual linkages between the triple nexus approach and durable solutions The main elements of the triple nexus are also foundational to durable solutions to internal dis- placement. (...) Internal displacement and durable solutions are becoming more The Triple Nexus and Implications for Durable Solutions to Internal Displacement 3 integral aspects of it. Given the ongoing efforts to better define, document, and measure displace- ment and solutions, they serve as critical entry points and can provide necessary evidence to help improve nexus linkages, progress, and funding. 3.1 Centrality of context and communities • The triple nexus and durable solutions must both be context-based.
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Score: 389624 - https://www.un.org/internal-di...ubmission_ws3_triple_nexus.pdf
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For solutions interventions specifically, there appears to be a gap in catalytic funds that can help to jumpstart the solutions process. (...) Do you have other recommendations on ways to more efficiently and effectively make funds available for solutions initiatives? Could donors establish specific budget lines to finance solutions? (...) 3.2 Long-term financing for solutions to internal displacement In addition to the need for catalytic financing to kickstart the solutions process, the Panel believes there is also a need for more substantial, longer-term financing that will assist countries to pursue solutions.
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Score: 389582.62 - https://www.un.org/internal-di..._-_financing_for_solutions.pdf
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Score: 389570.68 - https://www.upu.int/en/Postal-Solutions/Technical-Solutions
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