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[11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) SPENDING PERIOD TOTAL EARMARKED FOR WOMEN [IF AVAILABLE] INDICATE: HQ Global Regional (specify) Country (specify) INDICATE: Planned start date Planned end date Please specify month and year P ol ic y D ev el op m en t A dv oc ac y C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: T ra in in g C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: G ui de lin es O th er C ap ac ity B ui ld in g P ar tn er sh ip / N et w or ki ng P ro vi si on o f g oo ds a nd s er vi ce s PLEASE SPECIFY Total per location, including those earmarked for women Earmarked for women per location; type “NA” if not available UN ENTITY: United Nations System Staff College INITIATIVE No. 2 of 3 A. (...) [11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) SPENDING PERIOD TOTAL EARMARKED FOR WOMEN [IF AVAILABLE] INDICATE: HQ Global Regional (specify) Country (specify) INDICATE: Planned start date Planned end date Please specify month and year P ol ic y D ev el op m en t A dv oc ac y C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: T ra in in g C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: G ui de lin es O th er C ap ac ity B ui ld in g P ar tn er sh ip / N et w or ki ng P ro vi si on o f g oo ds a nd s er vi ce s PLEASE SPECIFY Total per location, including those earmarked for women Earmarked for women per location; type “NA” if not available UN ENTITY: United Nations System Staff College INITIATIVE No. 3 of 3 A. (...) [11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) SPENDING PERIOD TOTAL EARMARKED FOR WOMEN [IF AVAILABLE] INDICATE: HQ Global Regional (specify) Country (specify) INDICATE: Planned start date Planned end date Please specify month and year P ol ic y D ev el op m en t A dv oc ac y C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: T ra in in g C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: G ui de lin es O th er C ap ac ity B ui ld in g P ar tn er sh ip / N et w or ki ng P ro vi si on o f g oo ds a nd s er vi ce s PLEASE SPECIFY Total per location, including those earmarked for women Earmarked for women per location; type “NA” if not available i A N N E X I .
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Score: 936170.7 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...s/UNSSC%202008-2009%201325.pdf
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[11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) SPENDING PERIOD TOTAL EARMARKED FOR WOMEN [IF AVAILABLE] INDICATE: HQ Global Regional (specify) Country (specify) INDICATE: Planned start date Planned end date Please specify month and year P ol ic y D ev el op m en t A dv oc ac y C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: T ra in in g C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: G ui de lin es O th er C ap ac ity B ui ld in g P ar tn er sh ip / N et w or ki ng P ro vi si on o f g oo ds a nd s er vi ce s PLEASE SPECIFY Total per location, including those earmarked for women Earmarked for women per location; type “NA” if not available UN ENTITY: United Nations Industrial Development Organization INITIATIVE No. 2 of 5 A. (...) [11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) SPENDING PERIOD TOTAL EARMARKED FOR WOMEN [IF AVAILABLE] INDICATE: HQ Global Regional (specify) Country (specify) INDICATE: Planned start date Planned end date Please specify month and year P ol ic y D ev el op m en t A dv oc ac y C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: T ra in in g C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: G ui de lin es O th er C ap ac ity B ui ld in g P ar tn er sh ip / N et w or ki ng P ro vi si on o f g oo ds a nd s er vi ce s PLEASE SPECIFY Total per location, including those earmarked for women Earmarked for women per location; type “NA” if not available UN ENTITY: United Nations Industrial Development Organization INITIATIVE No. 3 of 5 A. (...) [11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) SPENDING PERIOD TOTAL EARMARKED FOR WOMEN [IF AVAILABLE] INDICATE: HQ Global Regional (specify) Country (specify) INDICATE: Planned start date Planned end date Please specify month and year P ol ic y D ev el op m en t A dv oc ac y C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: T ra in in g C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: G ui de lin es O th er C ap ac ity B ui ld in g P ar tn er sh ip / N et w or ki ng P ro vi si on o f g oo ds a nd s er vi ce s PLEASE SPECIFY Total per location, including those earmarked for women Earmarked for women per location; type “NA” if not available i A N N E X I .
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Score: 936170.7 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...s/UNIDO%202008-2009%201325.pdf
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The Atlas finds countries are making progress on creating policies, plans, and laws for mental health, which provide the bedrock for good governance and service development. Two-thirds of countries have a policy or plan and half have a stand-alone mental health law. (...) WHO’s Mental Health Atlas provides the baseline data to measure progress on the action plan targets. The 2014 edition is the fourth and newest edition, with data on the availability of mental health services and resources across the world, including financial allocations, human resources and specialized facilities for mental health from 171 countries.
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Score: 934650.4 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...s-remain-low-for-mental-health
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Comoros will also accelerate the implementation existing national policies including the national plan for reproductive health commodity security, the strategic plan for human resources for health, and the roadmap for accelerating reduction of maternal and neonatal mortality. (...) The country has developed the National Health Sector Policy and its Strategic Plan which puts women and children at the centre. (...) Niger commits to increase health spending from 8.1% to 15% by 2015, with free care for maternal and child heath, including obstetric complications management and family planning.
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Score: 933970.4 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...0111024_africanspeakers_pr.pdf
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• With regard to capital expenditure, it is essential to identify the types of investments necessary to advance the climate change response, as ambiguity will hold back public investment • Hence the importance of national climate change strategies (including NDCs) 1. Analyses of spending on climate-related activities will only be possible if a system to identify climate spending is put in place 2. Major skills improvement programmes on climate change planning and expenditure require immediate investment 3. All public climate spending should be identified – not only that which passes through the national budget 4.
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Score: 933156.25 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de.../neil_bird_climate_finance.pdf
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In response to the EU Digital Decade vision, the Pact for Skills and the Digital Education Action Plan we have prepared following recommendations: ▪ Stronger Digital Europe – Vision 2025 ▪ Key Performance Indicators ▪ Investment Plan – how to spend it! ▪ Recommended Best Practices & Case Studies ▪ Strategic and Operational Recommendations on How to Implement Digital Skills Projects https://www.digitaleurope.org/policies/strongerdigitaleurope/ https://www.digitaleurope.org/key-indicators-for-a-stronger-digital-europe/ https://www.digitaleurope.org/policies/how-to-spend-it-a-digital-investment-plan-for-europe/ https://www.digitaleurope.org/news/case-studies-on-digital-skills-and-inclusion/ https://www.digitaleurope.org/resources/digitaleuropes-position-on-eu-funding-for-digital-skills-in-the-next-eu-budget-2021-2027/ Thank you!
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Score: 933124.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...ills/04_Izabela%20Milewska.pdf
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XXXIV Seminario Regional de Política Fiscal (martes 14 junio) | Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Skip to main content United Nations 2030 Agenda COVID-19 Español English Português About ECLAC tw fb fl yt Main menu Topics Economic Economic development International trade and integration Production, productivity and management Social Social development Population and development Environmental Sustainable development and human settlements Natural resources Cross-cutting 2030 Agenda Gender affairs Planning for development Statistics Regional architecture Regional architecture Sessions of the Commission Observatories Subsidiary bodies Regional Forum on Sustainable Development Treaties and agreements Cooperation Data and statistics Knowledge Publications Featured Search CEPAL Review Notas de Población Training Courses Workshops Study programmes Library Featured Search Ask us Communities All Communities Observatories All Observatories News Events Available in English Español XXXIV Regional Seminar on Fiscal Policy (Tuesday, 14 June) Economic development 15 June 2022 | Video XXXIV Regional Seminar on Fiscal Policy (Tuesday, 14 June) Video of XXXIV Regional Seminar on Fiscal Policy (Tuesday, 14 June) Recording of the second day of the XXXIV Regional Seminar on Fiscal Policy (Tuesday, 14 June, 2022), English translation. Includes: Session 4 – Strengthening tax revenues and making tax structures more progressive in the region Session 5 – Public spending as an instrument of development Session 6 – The future of fiscal rules and fiscal sustainability in the region Session 7 – Overview of fiscal relations between levels of government in Latin American and Caribbean countries 2022 Closing Share Related Content News Participants in XXXIV Regional Seminar on Fiscal Policy Stress the Importance of Strengthening Tax Revenues and Public Spending as Instruments for Development Press Release Public Revenue Must Be Strengthened to Expand Fiscal Space and Give Sustainability to Spending Subscription Get ECLAC updates by email Subscribe Subtopics Macroeconomics Economic statistics Fiscal affairs Tax administration You might be interested in 13 Jun 2022 Press Release Public Revenue Must Be Strengthened to Expand Fiscal Space and Give Sustainability to Spending Authorities from Finance Ministries in 12 of the region’s countries kicked off the XXXIV edition of the Regional Seminar on Fiscal Policy, at ECLAC’s headquarters. 6 Jun 2022 Press Release War in Ukraine Quickens Inflation, Reduces Growth and Increases Poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean A new special report by ECLAC indicates that the economic deceleration, higher inflation and the slow and incomplete recovery of labor markets will increase poverty, extreme poverty and food insecurity in the region in 2022. (...) ECLAC Directors ECLAC History Work with us: jobs Suppliers - Acquisitions 2030 Agenda SDG Gateway Regional architecture Commission sessions Observatories Regional Forum for Sustainable Development Treaties and conventions Knowledge Publications Training Library Comunidades Cooperation United Nations Development Account Regular Technical Cooperation Program Extrabudgetary programs and projects Covid-19 COVID Observatory Data and statistics CEPALSTAT News Live broadcasts News Releases Announcements Opinion column Speeches Infographics Images ECLAC in the media Videos Topics Economical Economic development International trade and integration Production, productivity and management Social Social development Population and development Environmental Natural resources Sustainable development and human settlements Cross-cutting 2030 Agenda Gender affairs Planning for development Statistics Events Events Contact Contact © ECLAC - United Nations Terms and conditions
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Score: 932535.8 - https://www.cepal.org/en/video...-fiscal-policy-tuesday-14-june
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A comprehensive roadmap to accelerate progress, deliver results, and ensure accountability for women's and children's health by: • Galvanizing commitments and action from partners • Prioritizing women’s and children’s health in national health plans • Ensuring access to a comprehensive, integrated package of essential services and interventions • Addressing critical health system gaps • Holding all stakeholders accountable for results • Addressing social determinants This global health initiative builds on existing efforts and aims to gain new commitments 5 Strategy focuses on most vulnerable women and children Women and newborns Improve care during childbirth and first days afterwards - the period of greatest risk of death Adolescents Ensure adolescents have control over their life choices, including fertility, and access to appropriate interventions Vulnerable groups Focus on ensuring equity of access to health; e.g. poorest, those with HIV / AIDS, orphans, indigenous populations and those living furthest from health services More than 8 million women, newborns, and children under the age of 5 die from preventable causes every year 6 Key elements of the Global Strategy • Country-led health plans • Integrated care • Health systems strengthening • Health workforce capability building • Coordinated research and innovation • Comprehensive package of essential interventions and services • Innovation • Accountability at all levels 7 Accountability AccessHealth workers Interventions Leadership Accountability at all levels for credible results The MNCH global consensus – a framework for coordinated action 8 Accountability AccessHealth workers Interventions Leadership Delivering high-quality services and packages of interventions in a continuum of care: • Quality skilled care for women and newborns during and after pregnancy and childbirth (routine as well as emergency care) • Improved child nutrition, and prevention and treatment of major childhood diseases, including diarrhea and pneumonia • Safe abortion services (where not prohibited by law) • Comprehensive family planning • Integrated care for HIV/AIDs (i.e. (...) Even $40b will not achieve MGDs 4/5 without more effective use of resources-more health for the money. 12 Money doesn’t necessarily buy better health… 13 0 50 10 0 15 0 20 0 25 0 In fa nt M or al ity R at e (p er 1 ,0 00 li ve b irt hs ) 10 100 250 1000 2500 10000 25000 Total health spending per capita Source: World Development Indicators, WHO 2007 Note: Health spending per capita in current US$; Log scale ACP countries in blue INFANT MORTALITY RATE VS TOTAL HEALTH SPENDING PER CAPITA More health workers don’t necessarily result in better health coverage. 15 The Poor don’t always benefit from higher public spending… 16 …while in poor countries the financial burden rests on individuals and families 17 Total Health Spending by Financing Source 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Low-income countries Lower middle- income countries Upper middle- income countries High-income countries P e rc e n t o f T o ta l H e a lt h S p e n d in g Public Out-of-pocket Other Private • Link efforts to improve women's and children's health with those intended to tackle poverty, malnutrition, disease, access to education, adequate sanitation, and a clean safe environment Increase effectiveness through integration Use innovation to increase efficiency and impact Make funding channels more efficient • Use innovation e.g. in leadership, financing, public- private partnerships, technology, interventions, service delivery, monitoring and evaluation • Countries and donors implement a set of principles around aid effectiveness to make funding more long- term, predictable, and harmonized across the international community So it’s vital that we seek more health for the money 18 • Integrated a variety of child health and family planning programs • Trained health-care workers in parallel with community outreach initiatives Result: • Egypt is one of the few countries on track to meet the MDGs 4 and 5. Maximizing impact: Some examples Egypt Integrating child and family health Effectiveness through integration • Emergency transport in one part of India is met through an innovative public private partnership model • Costs paid by the state; technical and operational management is handled by EMRI Result: • 20-30% of all emergencies in this area are mothers transported into health facilities for delivery India Broadening access to health care Innovation to public-private partnerships 19 • Introduced results-based financing program • Offered compensation incentives to health facilities Result: • Deaths of infants reduced by 22% and children deaths have dropped 26% in just 3 years Maximizing impact: Some examples Afghanistan Reducing the deaths of infants and children Making funding channels more efficient • Already a Health Systems Funding Platform country • Share country priorities and timelines with major donors Result: • Platform enables alignment of programs and grants with its national health plan Nepal Aligning funding with national health plan Innovation to results-based financing 20 Maximizing impact: Some examples • Country-wide campaigns have made significant progress, particularly in the rapid expansion of PMTCT • 180 out of the 207 health facilities provide PMTCT services Result: • From 2006 to 2009, services expanded from 5% of HIV-positive pregnant women to 42% Lesotho Preventing transmission of HIV to children Health systems strengthening • Government has made improving family planning services a national priority • Rwanda has been a model of improving access to maternal health care Result: • Contraceptive prevalence jumped from 10% in 2005 to 26% in 2008 Rwanda Prioritizing family planning Country led health plans 21 Full implementation: impact by 2015 in 49 LICs • 43m new users with access to comprehensive family planning • 19m more women give birth supported by a skilled health worker with the necessary infrastructure, drugs, equipment and regulations • 2.2m additional neonatal infections are treated • 21.9m more infants breastfed for the first six months of life • 15.2m more children under one are fully immunized • 117m more children under five receive vitamin A supplements • 85k more quality health facilities and 3.5m more health workers • 40m more children protected from pnuemonia 22 Achieving the Global Strategy would save ~16 million lives • Protect 120 million children from contracting pneumonia Progress in the world's 49 poorest countries if goals are met (2010-15) • Prevent 88 million children from stunting • Prevent 33 million unwanted pregnancies • Prevent 15 million deaths of children under the age of 5 • Prevent 570 thousand deaths of pregnancy related complications We have the tools and resources to improve the lives of millions of people 23 Accountability essential to ensure commitments are met Ongoing monitoring/tracking Feedback Global forum (facilitated by WHO) Reporting on global progress (e.g., Countdown to 2015 / PMNCH, MDG report) Monitoring and evaluation (e.g., countries, UN agencies, academic institutions, OECD-DAC) Activities of countries and partners Activities of countries and partners National and global commitments and actions Financial, policy and services delivery input Results and outcomes Intervention coverage, access to and quality of service Impact Women's and children's health outcomes 24 FROM PLEDGES TO ACTION  How do we monitor commitments?
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Score: 931274.6 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/even...forum/20101113_JSchweitzer.pdf
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The $1.5 billion will be utilized to support new grants, as well as investments in successful programs already underway in MNCH, family planning and nutrition in 2010- 2014. Though the foundation would have made similar investments in women’s and children’s health in the absence of the launch of the Global Strategy, the Global Strategy has helped to initiate new partnerships and collaborative efforts between the foundation and other development partners (see 2.8) that will increase the efficiency of spending and catalyze new, and much-needed, global support for meeting MDGs 4 and 5. (...) Strengthening health information systems, helping governments to track and utilize health spending more efficiently, and increasing the impact of and support for frontline health workers are key priorities of the foundation’s MNCH, family planning and nutrition strategies – all of which are essential to functioning health systems. (...) Financial statements, specific grants with award amounts, and our Annual Reports are published on our website, and reflect our spending by program area, including those covered by the foundation’s commitment - maternal, newborn and child health, family planning and nutrition.
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Score: 931049 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...tions/pmnch2011_quest_bmgf.pdf
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Areas of spending at the federal level included integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) and back office systems and e-services platforms and interfaces In the short term, most 2009 budgets had already been confirmed. (...) In February 2009, Chinese PC giant Lenovo launched a new plant at Apodaca (Nuevo Leon) with 1,500 employees. The company plans to spend US$40mn to manufacture laptops in Mexico. (...) In H109 there were reports of IT managers in various sectors reviewing IT spending plans. Early signs were that only around 30% of companies were cutting budgets.
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Score: 763927.8 - https://publicadministration.u...s-Development-In-Latin-America
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