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Mongolia has around 4 thousand km of border line with China. It means that big areas in Mongolia and China from both side of national borders have similar climate condition and even associated similar lifestyle heritage, based on pastoralism. (...) Secondly, speaking at the United Nations, Xi said that China would set up another fund with initial spending of 2 billion dollars for South-South Cooperation and to aid developing countries to implement the post-2015 Development Agenda.
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Score: 902329.9 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...de-event-speech-ZB-F-docx.docx
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Social aid that has been introduced in 2008 is meant to better target social assistance, reaching the poorest quintiles of population. In June 31 thousand families benefited from social aid, compared to 16 thousand early in January. (...) To address inefficient policy on education spending the Government has recently initiated the reorganization of the school network and reform in financing of the general compulsory education through launching a pilot project in two rayons. (...) The Government is also concerned about the inclusion of vulnerable groups in education, with particular concern around (1) Roma; (2) persons with disabilities; (3) persons living with HIV/AIDS.  11 Spending and enrolment in education Source: National Bureau of Statistics Despite increasing spending in education that is comparable to EU level the enrolment in general compulsory education constantly drops since 2005.
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Score: 901620.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/j...ldova_presentation_ecosoc.pptx
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Although the 2018 State Budget Law (LOE) combined Social Action and Labor & Employment into a single priority sector, other relevant budget and expenditure documents, such as State Budget Execution Reports (REOs) and General State Accounts (CGEs), report Social Action spending separately from Labor & Employment spending, considering them as two different priority sectors . (...) The largest recurrent budgeted lines of spending include the Social Protection programs (see section 4.4).). (...) Nevertheless, per-capita Social Action Sector spending on the poor remains the lowest in Niassa, Zambézia, and Nampula (see Figure #15).
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Score: 900393.3 - https://www.unicef.org/mozambi...Brief_2019_-_Social_Action.pdf
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., UNICEF Afghanistan, comforts a child in the Hairatan Health Center whose mother has brought him for routine immunization. “More than two thousand health facilities across the country are equipped with cold chain facilities to keep vaccines at the right temperature -- and that’s very good news as we recommit to eradicating polio, and other vaccine-preventable diseases in Afghanistan,” Sheema said.   (...) In addition to being more cost-effective and climate-friendly, it keeps children healthy and they have more time for school because they do not have to spend hours fetching water – a practice that brings considerable risk, especially for girls. “Now that we have water taps and a reliable source of energy, our children spend their time learning and studying,” a grateful parent told Sheema.
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Score: 900382.4 - https://www.unicef.org/afghani...storing-childhoods-afghanistan
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To raise public awareness and legal education, and to prevent corruption, the Anti- Corruption Agency organized 176 training programs for over seven thousand public officials in 2016. We believe that the most important factor in ensuring the rule of law is to promote the legal education system and facilitating access to justice for all. (...) Also, one of the initiatives, named “Law in Glass Account” provides a transparency of the national budget, gives the opportunity to monitor government spending. Every person has a right to question and report any failure or error of any organizations’ spending and requires every office, organization, agency, company and all other government-budget institutions to provide the details of their expenditure online and/or at public announcement boards.
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Score: 900382.4 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...ments/rule_of_law/mongolia.pdf
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Some 800 million people spend at least 10% of their household budget on health care each year, and 100 million people fall into poverty because of medical expenses. (...) After all, evidence shows that such spending has a larger positive multiplier effect on the economy than other measures such as tax reductions for higher-income earners, extension of credit to first-time homebuyers and some corporate tax provisions, and can support social and political stability. (...) Many governments – particularly in countries with health-care systems funded by social contributions or taxes – are already increasing spending, in order to ensure access to necessary services during the COVID-19 crisis, including by integrating prevention, testing, and treatment measures into benefit packages.
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Score: 899258.4 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_739678/lang--en/index.htm
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Long since back in Colombia, Marta has opened her doors to thousands of Venezuelans in their time of great need. (...) Marta Duque prepares breakfast in the yard of her home in Pamplona, Colombia. © UNHCR/Hélène Caux Marta Duque advises a Venezuelan woman with her children on the difficulties they may encounter on their journey through the mountains. © UNHCR/Hélène Caux Venezuelan women and children spend the night at Marta Duque's home in Pamplona, Colombia. © UNHCR/Hélène Caux Venezuelan men get ready to continue their journey through the mountains after spending the night at Douglas Cabeza's shelter in Pamplona, next door to Marta Duque's home. © UNHCR/Hélène Caux Venezuelans prepare their luggage to continue their journey through the mountains after spending the night in Pamplona, Colombia. © UNHCR/Hélène Caux An estimated 100-250 are thought to be setting out daily on the journey that takes them hundreds or even thousands of miles on foot up a winding, mountainous road, through a frigid mountain pass, and on to destinations such as the Colombian cities of Medellin or Cali or even on to Ecuador, Peru, or Chile. 
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Score: 899258.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/uk/news/...uelan-women-children-need.html
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This contribution from Denmark will help UNHCR scale up critical protection activities and deliver much needed help to thousands of newly displaced children, women and men,” says Henrik M. (...) Additionally, UNHCR is working to relocate thousands of refugees away from the remote villages, dangerously close to the border and the fighting, and to provide them better shelters in newly developed sites. (...) It happened the first time in 2014, but after spending six years in a refugee camp in DRC, the family was repatriated last year with assistance from UNHCR.
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Score: 893092.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/neu/5469...-central-african-refugees.html
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Gbowee helped unite and mobilize thousands of Liberian women to protest the 14-year civil conflict and advocate for reconciliation. (...) School fees were abolished in 2006, spurring an 82 per cent increase in primary school enrolments in just two years. Spending on education reached 8.6 per cent of the budget in 2008, second only to health as the single largest budget line. (...) The government reports that more than 70 per cent of the nation’s schools were damaged or destroyed during the conflict and that hundreds of thousands of students were displaced. The country’s dire financial circumstances are also slowing progress, as are the limits on government borrowing and spending that are part of an agreement with the IMF.
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Score: 890153.1 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...beria%E2%80%99s-women-struggle
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For many children, schools have played a critical role in providing at least some sense of stability and a normal life – a place to learn and spend time with friends. To help children across the country keep learning even if their school has closed due to COVID-19, UNICEF has been supporting the Ministry of Education and Science with distance learning options for students to ensure continuity and to help parents, caregivers and teachers access resources and support during quarantine.  (...) With the support of partners, UNICEF has also reached hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees living in informal settlements through a door-to-door hand washing awareness campaign which included soap distribution.   (...) UNICEF has reached hundreds of thousands of Rohingya children with lessons on good health and hygiene, and continues to distribute essential supplies like safe water and soap through its water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) work.  
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Score: 888973.2 - https://www.unicef.org/turkey/...ries/covid-19-double-emergency
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