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MULTIMEDIA SIMULATION ON LAND USE PLANNING AROUND HAZARDOUS INDUSTRIAL SITES UNECE organized a seminar on Land-Use Planning around Hazardous Industrial Sites on 11-12 November 2010 in The Hague under the auspices of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents and The Committee on Housing and Land Management. (...) The simulation allowed participants to understand the different, and at times competing, points of view regarding planning and industrial safety. The simulation presented the fictional town of Unch with plans to develop residential areas including the required services for shopping, leisure, health and education. Performance indicators were set up in order to compare alternative plans for development that had an impact on economic activity, quality of life, safety concerns and the environment.
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Score: 837515.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...2010/UNECE_weekly_2010-401.pdf
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Macroeconomic trade-offs and external vulnerabilities of human development in Nicaragua | Publication | Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Skip to main content United Nations Español English Português About ECLAC Executive Secretary Headquarters and offices Library CEPAL Review Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Menu Home Work areas 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Gender affairs International trade and integration Economic development Production, productivity and management Social development Sustainable development and human settlements Statistics Planning for development (ILPES) Population and development Natural resources Cooperation Publications Data and statistics Training Press Centre Events Home Work areas 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Gender affairs International trade and integration Economic development Production, productivity and management Social development Sustainable development and human settlements Statistics Planning for development (ILPES) Population and development Natural resources Cooperation Publications Data and statistics Training Press Centre Events Search About ECLAC Executive Secretary Headquarters and offices Library CEPAL Review ES EN PT You are here Home » Publications » Macroeconomic trade-offs and external vulnerabilities of human development in Nicaragua Available in: English Español Macroeconomic trade-offs and external vulnerabilities of human development in Nicaragua April 2015 | Regular Publications, Reviews and Bulletins » CEPAL Review Economic development Author: Sánchez Cantillo, Marco Vinicio UN symbol.: LC/G.2636-P p. 81-100; grafs., tabls April 2015 Download Publication pdf Description Nicaragua is making progress towards the Millennium Development Goals, but is set to miss a number of targets in 2015. (...) Any boost to public spending and financing would have to be front-loaded, which would entail pernicious macroeconomic trade-offs. (...) Search publications See publications list Topics Macroeconomics CEPAL Review no. 115 Subscription Get ECLAC updates by email Subscribe Work areas Gender affairs International trade and integration Economic development Production, productivity and management Social development Sustainable development and human settlements Statistics Planning for development (ILPES) Population and development Natural resources Follow us on Cooperation Publications Data and statistics Training Press Centre Events ECLAC Library Digital Repository About ECLAC Member states Subsidiary bodies ECLAC senior staff Employment opportunities Procurement ECLAC Headquarters Av.
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Score: 836375.8 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publi...es-human-development-nicaragua
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Global evidence shows that public spending on children is a smart investment – for children, their communities and entire countries. (...) Identify cost-effective and equitable ways to deliver services and life-saving supplies, and help governments plan, cost and budget for them. Improve the flow and use of budgeted resources for service delivery, including at the subnational level.   Our work is guided by the commitments countries made in the Convention on the Rights of the Child , the Sustainable Development Goals – which call for the better use of public funds – and our own strategic plan . Domestic resource mobilization, public expenditure tracking and reporting are also central the Addis Ababa Action Agenda on Financing for Development .
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Score: 835952.1 - https://www.unicef.org/social-policy/public-finance
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The construction sector has benefi ted the most from the stimulus plan.62 In March 2009, this stimulus was enhanced by a second tranche of RM 60 billion (US$ 16.54 billion), equivalent to almost 9% of Malaysia’s GDP, to be implemented over 2009-2010. This plan includes RM 15 billion (US$ 4.14 billion) in fi scal injections, RM 25 billion (US$ 6.89 billion) in guarantee funds, RM 10 billion (US$ 2.76 bil-lion) and collapsing global demand for commodities. (...) Nevertheless, some countries have launched impres-sively large stimulus plans, including Chile, China and Malaysia. for equity investments, RM 7 billion (US$ 1.93 billion) for private fi nance initiatives and RM 3 billion (US$ 0.8 billion) in tax incentives.
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Score: 835176 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...s2/web/WebSearch/page0055.html
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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: 835148.4 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...s-remain-low-for-mental-health
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[11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) SPENDING PERIOD TOTAL EARMARKED FOR WOMEN [IF AVAILABLE] INDICATE: HQ Global Regional (specify) Country (specify) INDICATE: Planned start date Planned end date Please specify month and year P ol ic y D ev el op m en t A dv oc ac y C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: T ra in in g C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: G ui de lin es O th er C ap ac ity B ui ld in g P ar tn er sh ip / N et w or ki ng P ro vi si on o f g oo ds a nd s er vi ce s PLEASE SPECIFY Total per location, including those earmarked for women Earmarked for women per location; type “NA” if not available UN ENTITY: ECLAC INITIATIVE No. 3 of 1 A. (...) [11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) 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: ECLAC INITIATIVE No. 4 of 1 A. (...) [11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) SPENDING PERIOD TOTAL EARMARKED FOR WOMEN [IF AVAILABLE] INDICATE: HQ Global Regional (specify) Country (specify) INDICATE: Planned start date Planned end date Please specify month and year P ol ic y D ev el op m en t A dv oc ac y C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: T ra in in g C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: G ui de lin es O th er C ap ac ity B ui ld in g P ar tn er sh ip / N et w or ki ng P ro vi si on o f g oo ds a nd s er vi ce s PLEASE SPECIFY Total per location, including those earmarked for women Earmarked for women per location; type “NA” if not available i A N N E X I .
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Score: 834539.1 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...s/ECLAC%202008-2009%201325.pdf
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[11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) 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: ESCAP INITIATIVE No. 4 of 2 A. (...) [11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) SPENDING PERIOD TOTAL EARMARKED FOR WOMEN [IF AVAILABLE] INDICATE: HQ Global Regional (specify) Country (specify) INDICATE: Planned start date Planned end date Please specify month and year P ol ic y D ev el op m en t A dv oc ac y C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: T ra in in g C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: G ui de lin es O th er C ap ac ity B ui ld in g P ar tn er sh ip / N et w or ki ng P ro vi si on o f g oo ds a nd s er vi ce s PLEASE SPECIFY Total per location, including those earmarked for women Earmarked for women per location; type “NA” if not available UN ENTITY: ESCAP INITIATIVE No. 5 of 2 A. (...) [11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) 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: 834539.1 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...s/ESCAP%202008-2009%201325.pdf
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[11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) SPENDING PERIOD TOTAL EARMARKED FOR WOMEN [IF AVAILABLE] INDICATE: HQ Global Regional (specify) Country (specify) INDICATE: Planned start date Planned end date Please specify month and year P ol ic y D ev el op m en t A dv oc ac y C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: T ra in in g C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: G ui de lin es O th er C ap ac ity B ui ld in g P ar tn er sh ip / N et w or ki ng P ro vi si on o f g oo ds a nd s er vi ce s PLEASE SPECIFY Total per location, including those earmarked for women Earmarked for women per location; type “NA” if not available UN ENTITY: OHCHR INITIATIVE No. 2 of 1 A. (...) [11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) 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: OHCHR INITIATIVE No. 3 of 1 A. (...) [11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) SPENDING PERIOD TOTAL EARMARKED FOR WOMEN [IF AVAILABLE] INDICATE: HQ Global Regional (specify) Country (specify) INDICATE: Planned start date Planned end date Please specify month and year P ol ic y D ev el op m en t A dv oc ac y C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: T ra in in g C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: G ui de lin es O th er C ap ac ity B ui ld in g P ar tn er sh ip / N et w or ki ng P ro vi si on o f g oo ds a nd s er vi ce s PLEASE SPECIFY Total per location, including those earmarked for women Earmarked for women per location; type “NA” if not available i A N N E X I .
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Score: 834539.1 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...CHR%203%202008-2009%201325.pdf
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[11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) 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: DPA INITIATIVE No. 3 of 1 A. (...) [11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) SPENDING PERIOD TOTAL EARMARKED FOR WOMEN [IF AVAILABLE] INDICATE: HQ Global Regional (specify) Country (specify) INDICATE: Planned start date Planned end date Please specify month and year P ol ic y D ev el op m en t A dv oc ac y C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: T ra in in g C ap ac ity B ui ld in g: G ui de lin es O th er C ap ac ity B ui ld in g P ar tn er sh ip / N et w or ki ng P ro vi si on o f g oo ds a nd s er vi ce s PLEASE SPECIFY Total per location, including those earmarked for women Earmarked for women per location; type “NA” if not available UN ENTITY: DPA INITIATIVE No. 4 of 1 A. (...) [11] ESTIMATED RESOURCES (US$) 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: DPA INITIATIVE No. 5 of 1 A.
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Score: 834539.1 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...A%201325%202008-2009%20CAR.pdf
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CHANGES IN PUBLIC EXPENDITURE ON SOCIAL PROTECTION IN ARAB COUNTRIES
An increase in social protection spending in 2011 has not been maintained. Tunisia saw rapid increases in spending on social protection in 2011 and 20122, while health spending increased only slightly, education spending was static and housing spending declined. (...) Education and health spending were fairly static, while housing spending has declined. (...) Other initiatives include policies like increases in infrastructure spending to try to promote inclusive growth (for example in Oman), investment in housing, as in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, and regional development plans, as in Morocco.
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Score: 729836.67 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...2017/TECHNICAL PAPER.14&Lang=E
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