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The basis for project submissions is the Standard Allocation Strategy, developed by the Inter-Cluster Coordination Group (ICCG), in close consultation with regional counterparts (Regional ICCGs). Allocation strategy is then approved by the Humanitarian Coordinator (HC) and endorsed by the SHF Advisory Board. (...) These funds can be allocated through individual reserve allocation or broader allocation rounds and accommodate disbursement of resources is response to specific humanitarian situations requiring a coordinated response outside the standard rounds.     2022 Reserve Allocation SHF 3rd Reserve Allocation Strategy Paper SHF 2nd 2022 Reserve Allocation Strategy Paper   2022 Standard Allocation SHF 1st 2022 Standard Allocation Strategy Paper   2021 Reserve Allocation SHF Reserve Allocation to address water shortages and impact of floods 4th SHF 2021 Reserve Allocation round   2021 Standard Allocations SHF 2021 Allocation Strategy   2020 Reserve Allocations SHF 2020 Flood Response Allocation Strategy Paper SHF COVID-19 Response   2020 Standard Allocations SHF 2020 Allocation Strategy   2019 Reserve Allocations SHF Reserve allocation strategy for flood response [November 2019] Drought Response  [June 2019]   2019 First Standard Allocation SHF 1st Standard Allocation 2019 - CERF Rapid Response: Integrated allocation strategy paper   2018 Reserve Allocations SHF Funded: Lifesaving Response and Preparedness to Flood-Prone Areas in Hiran and Middle Shabelle  [October 2018] SHF Reserve: Response in northern Somalia (Bari, Nugaal, Sool, Sanaag) [July 2018] SHF-funded response to Cyclone Sagar [June 2018]   2018 First Standard Allocations SHF 2nd Standard Allocation round SHF 2018 First Standard Allocation Strategy [Jan-Mar 2018] Allocation Strategy   2017 Second Standard Allocations SHF 2017 Second Standard Allocation strategy paper [7 November 2017]   2017 Reserve Allocations SHF Integrated Response 2 Reserve Allocation Strategy [Jul/Sep 2017] SHF Integrated Response Reserve Allocation Strategy [May/Jun 2017] SHF Reserve: enabling programmes allocations [March-May 2017]      2017 First Standard Allocations SHF 2017 First Standard Allocation projects SHF 2017 First Standard Allocation Strategy  [Jan.
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Score: 420951.2 - https://www.unocha.org/node/947139
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ASIA AND PACIFIC COMMISSION ON AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS TWENTY-SIXTH SESSION Thimphu, Bhutan, 15-19 February 2016 Agenda Item 5.1 Global Strategy: An Overview and summary of progress Contributed by: Allan Nicholls, Regional Coordinator, Regional Office for Global Strategy to Improve Agriculture and Rural Statistics in Asia Pacific Allan.Nicholls@fao.org APCAS/16/5.1.1 Global Strategy IMPROVING AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL STATISTICS IN ASIA PACIFIC Global Strategy: An Overview and summary of progress Allan Nicholls Regional Coordinator for the Global Strategy in Asia Pacific 26th Asia Pacific Commission on Agriculture Statistics Bhutan, 15-19 February 2016 Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics – Asia Pacific Presentation Outline • Why do we need a Global Strategy? • What is the Global Strategy? • Impact and Outcome • Three pillars of the Global Strategy • Four components • Regional Office • Technical Assistance • Training • Research Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics – Asia Pacific Why a Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics? (...) Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics – Asia Pacific The Three Pillars 1.
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Score: 420904.83 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...in_the_Asia_Pacific_Region.pdf
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The national e-agriculture strategy guide provides an essential framework for developing or revitalizing a country’s e-agriculture strategy in alignment with agricultural goals and priorities. (...) E-AGRICULTURE STRATEGY GUIDE (2016) The strategy guide provides methodology & tools designed to support the development of a national e-agriculture vision & strategy. ​FAO and ITU jointly prepared the e-agriculture strategy guide and toolkit to provide a methodology and a set of tools to assist countries in developing a national e-agriculture vision, action plan and implementation strategy.
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Score: 420676.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/I.../e-agriculture-strategies.aspx
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The pre-consultations aimed at generating consensus on the priority issues and recommendations for adolescent’s health in the zero draft Global Strategy and the young representatives attending appreciated the opportunity given to them by PMNCH to review and input into the Strategy during the Africa Region Stakeholder consultation. In addition to the Global Strategy’s focus and acknowledgement of the importance of adolescent and youths health as drivers for sustainable and improved health outcomes, young people stressed the need for the Global Strategy to reflect on ongoing programmes at the regional and national level and the current negotiations on the post-2015 development agenda. (...) Lastly young people emphasized the need for the Zero Draft Global Strategy to be country owned and to adopt a holistic approach integrating all relevant sectors and most importantly for governments and all sectors to commit to financing and implementation of the Global Strategy. « Previous page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Next page » Press release CSO meet ahead of Global Strategy consultations in Johannesburg Adolescent health to define the UN Secretary General’s Global Strategy (2016-2030) Private sector makes case for shared value approach to health Opening session: Africa’s Youth call for action as regional consultation on the Global Strategy begins Plenary 2: Women’s, Children’s and adolescents’ health in the African region Plenary 3: Overview of the draft Global Strategy and key pillars Plenary 6: Moving the draft 2016-2030 Global Strategy forward in partnership Closing session: Mobilizing political will for the updated Global Strategy Working Group Sessions Voices out of Africa Meeting documents You are here: Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health Our work Advocacy Global Strategy for Women's and Children's Health Quick Links Key documents PMNCH vision Strategy and workplan Annual report PMNCH pamphlet Stay informed PMNCH e-blast Press centre Knowledge centre Get involved Become a member Requests for proposals Employment Share your news Contact us Keep in touch © WHO 2022
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Score: 420562.5 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/acti...gy/johannesburg/en/index2.html
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• Usually a Plan is likely to succeed if its based on a well thought Strategy • A Strategy is the path chosen to realize the goals – There may be many options (development path or sequence of activities) • The Strategy is based on a vision which leads to a mission which is fulfilled through implementation of a plan • A Strategy alone is not sufficient to realize the goals unless it is converted into concrete plan of action and resources are made available to implement it. • A plan without a strategic thinking could be a just a set of similar projects not reinforcing each other, and thus can be less effective and may not ensure Optimal Use of available resources. • Integration of statistical activities is the Main Strategy being advocated by the Global Strategy to all countries. Ø SPARS is both Strategy and a Plan Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics – Asia Pacific What is an Strategy? (...) Serving as a coherence framework for external assistance Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics – Asia Pacific SPARS Framework Regional Strategies e.g. for SAARC or Pacific -SPARS Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics – Asia Pacific • Thank You for listening, and • Best wishes for good work ahead!
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Score: 420562.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...tics_Issues_and_Challenges.pdf
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Czech strategy for 5G networks development Czech strategy for 5G networks development Czech strategy for 5G networks development International context EU 5G action plan COM(2016) 588 co-ordinated approach to 5G networks solutions support to timely roll-out of 5G networks in big city agglomerations and by important transport routes support to Europe-wide testing ITU defines and approves 5G standards (IMT-2020) WRC-19 – 5G frequency bands specification Czech strategy for 5G networks development Na.onal context Innovation Strategy 2030 → Digital state, production and services → Building the high-speed infrastructure as a base for online services Digital Czechia → Digital economy and society → basic pillar of the 4th industrial revolution Ministerial strategy for particular areas → national AI strategy, Action plan 2.0, National plan for development of very high capacity networks → 5G networks are part of CZ strategic development vision Czech strategy for 5G networks development Innovation strategy CZ 2030 Digital state, production and services Building the high-speed infrastructure as a basis for online services Digital Czechia Digital economy is a basic pillar of the societal changes brought about by the so- called Fourth Industrial Revolution Strategies for par;cular areas National AI strategy Ac?on plan 2.0 National NGA plan 5G strategy Czech strategy for 5G networks development 5G network opportunities Advanced mobile high-speed networks Highly reliable communicaDon with low latency Massive M2M communicaDon Fixed and mobile networks convergence â Industrial enterprises, transport incl. traffic management, IoT – smart ciDes, smart homes; health-care, meteorology, entertainment and educaDon, virtual and augmented reality Czech strategy for 5G networks development Czech situation Strategic vision on 5G networks implementa5on and development Prepared by the Ministry of Industry and Trade together with other relevant parts of state administraOon, reflecOng comments from relevant stakeholders Approved by Government resoluOon of 13 January 2020 Czech strategy for 5G networks development National 5G document Implementation and Development of 5G Networks in the Czech Republic – Towards the Digital Economy strategic approach to the deployment and use of 5G networks promote new opportunities for the CZ industry to engage the professionals, local authorities, academia to boost Smart City & Smart Region concepts Czech strategy for 5G networks development Implementing steps in 5G network infrastructure development Frequency alloca,on in CZ and condi,ons of the usage Basic precondi,ons of 5G networks implementa,on in CZ, eg. : Support to speed-up building and development of 5G networks Support of 5G spectrum harmonizastrategy for 5G networks development Support to the development of 5G-based ecosystem Common 5G networks plaOorm (operators, companies, state administraDon, academia) Support to tesDng and pilot projects Use of European and naDonal resources Development of Smart CiDes concept within the 5G frame IniDaDve „5G Ready Municipality“ Support to industrial applicaDons Cybersecurity Financial support from public resources Czech strategy for 5G networks development Implementation milestones in 5G network infrastructure development 2019 Preparations of 5G Smart Cities project Calls for support to implementation of business innovations Development of cross-border cooperation 2020 Selection of five testing Smart Cities in the context of 5G network development 700 MHz band frequencies auction Finalization of the amendment to the Radio Spectrum Utilization Plan for 26 GHz band Finalization of the National Plan for the Development of Very-High-Capacity Networks Czech strategy for 5G networks development Implementation milestones in 5G network infrastructure development 2025 100% coverage of selected sec1ons of railway and road corridors 95% coverage of the territory of each city with more than 50,000 inhabitants 70% CZ residents‘ coverage 2030 99% residents‘ and 90% area‘s coverage in each CZ county/district Czech strategy for 5G networks development 5G for 5 cities TesDng 5G technologies in Smart CiDes concept for both urban and rural areas Pilot tesDng of cooperaDon between main players 5G for 5 ciDes – beauty contest results: Bílina, Jeseník, Karlovy Vary, Plzeň, Úsd nad Labem Best pracDce sharing out of these winning projects across CZ Focus of tested apps: Quality of life improvement for residents Boos4ng town‘s a8rac4vity for entrepreneurship and trade Ensuring data security and accessibility Czech strategy for 5G networks development 5G alliance To help in developing the fifth-generation networks Established in August 2020 representatives of the private, public and academic spheres 5 key areas: industry, smart cities, cyber security, disinformation and education, transport corridors Czech strategy for 5G networks development 5G alliance 5 working groups covering the 5 areas To disseminate informaOon on 5G, educaOon To combat fake news and misinformaOon Czech strategy for 5G networks development Cybersecurity Digital economy brings about an extreme growth of number of points of connecOon (IoT devices, cars, industrial control systems, industrial robots etc.) bit rates in fixed and mobile networks volume of transferred data (rise of virtual/augmented reality) This all means greater responsibility in terms of cybersecurity across the whole system Czech strategy for 5G networks development Fighting misinformation / fake news Bringing together reliable (public) authorities Dissemination of impacted studies and information Close cooperation of industry, state and academic sphere Digital economy brings about an extreme growth of number of points of connection (IoT devices, cars, industrial control systems, industrial robots etc.) bit rates in fixed and mobile networks volume of transferred data (rise of virtual/augmented reality) Czech strategy for 5G networks development Main links bit.ly/5GimplementaOonCZ www.5galiance.cz www.countryforfuture.com Czech strategy for 5G networks development Thank you for your attention. vilem.vesely@mpo.cz
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Score: 420475 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...20CZ%205G%20implementation.pdf
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The FHWC recommends that the overarching vision of the strategy is included as a sub-goal in the post-2015 SDGs and that related SDG goals in turn inform the vision and goals of the strategy, as is recommended by the synthesis paper. 2. (...) The costs of successful implementation the Global HRH strategy must be estimated prior to its enactment, including estimates of development assistance required to successfully implement the strategy and coordination costs. (...) Civil society consultation on the zero draft of the strategy is a critical step of ensuring both buy in and a robust strategy.
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Score: 420162.1 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...s/alliance/4_fhwc_response.pdf
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FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Valentin Nagy Budapest, Hungary - 11 September 2019 Results of the survey on digital strategies and e-agriculture in Europe and Central Asia - Yes 41% No 59% % replies received as of 3 September 2019 Yes No Contacted: 53 countries + European Union 22 replies received via online survey or e-mail Does your country have an digital strategies or similar document in use? 95% of the replied countries already have a digital strategy Similar document under different name Yes 95% No 5% Digital strategies or similar documents Yes No Yes 95% No 5% Digital strategy publicly available Yes No Available 70% Not available 30% Digital strategy Available in English Available Not available Is agriculture, fishery and forestry part of the digital strategy? Yes 95% No 5% % of countries having a digital strategy Yes No Part of it 57% Not part of it 43% Agriculture, fishery and forestry part of digital strategy Part of it Not part of it Do you have an e-agriculture or digital agriculture strategy?
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Score: 420122.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...19/2-SurveyResults-FAO-ITU.pdf
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.    Strategy does not highlight community health workers roles   Markers of morbidity in women not adequately addressed in the strategy   Societal / traditional/ cultural values/ religious values not clearly addressed by the strategy   Strategy not explicit on roles of private sector and modalities of tracking their response to  women’s health   Issues of gender based violence do not come out clearly  How can the draft 2016‐ 2030 global strategy content and strategies be strengthened? (Proposed  transformational changes in the global content and strategies)   The strategy should look at women’s challenges  in total rather than only focusing on  women’s health challenges   In addition to morbidity and mortality, the strategy needs to highlight the wellbeing of  women.  (...) The group discussed advocacy in terms promoting the strategy itself, as well as advocacy through  the Strategy as a tool to change policy within countries   How can the zero draft 2016‐2030 Global Strategy content and strategies be strengthened? 
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Score: 420112.1 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/acti...uth_africa_session_reports.pdf
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The updated Italy AI strategy and Poland and Russia strategies are not available in English. (...) Artificial Intelligence Strategy. https://www.ki-strategie- deutschland.de/home.html? (...) Artificial Intelligence Strategy. https://www.ki-strategie- deutschland.de/home.html?
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Score: 420042.6 - https://www.unicef.org/globalinsight/media/1156/file
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