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Milestones January 2005 – Initiation of Safe Water and AIDS Project June 2006 – Registration of SWAP as an Non Governmental Organization October 2006 – SWAP won World Bank Development Marketplace Award January 2007 – SWAP established research wing supported by CDC, WHO, and private donors October 2007 – SWAP got USAID sub-award for 5 years through PSI 3. (...) SWAP was able to exceed the targets because of support from various donors and demand for participation from the community that is greater than SWAP’s capacity to respond. (...) The water will be sold to local communities as an income generating activity for SWAP. On the grounds of the water treatment plant, SWAP will build a model village in which SWAP interventions will be showcased.
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Score: 1241971.3 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...egory_2_swap_narrative_eng.pdf
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SWAps originally arose in the 1990s to enhance aid effectiveness, but it remains clear that national governments must be firmly in the lead to promote and implement SWAps. (...) SWAps and National Agricultural Investment Plans (NAIPs) SWAps have existed since the mid-1990s. (...) The NAIP is a sector-wide instrument and can be seen as a SWAp. In some countries it is replacing SWAps. There is a discussion around the question whether or not a NAIP is a SWAp, but it is important to not get lost in semantics.
Language:English
Score: 1236688.9 - https://www.fao.org/investment...orm/themes-and-tasks/swaps/ar/
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SWAps originally arose in the 1990s to enhance aid effectiveness, but it remains clear that national governments must be firmly in the lead to promote and implement SWAps. (...) SWAps and National Agricultural Investment Plans (NAIPs) SWAps have existed since the mid-1990s. (...) The NAIP is a sector-wide instrument and can be seen as a SWAp. In some countries it is replacing SWAps. There is a discussion around the question whether or not a NAIP is a SWAp, but it is important to not get lost in semantics.
Language:English
Score: 1236688.9 - https://www.fao.org/investment...orm/themes-and-tasks/swaps/en/
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SWAps originally arose in the 1990s to enhance aid effectiveness, but it remains clear that national governments must be firmly in the lead to promote and implement SWAps. (...) SWAps and National Agricultural Investment Plans (NAIPs) SWAps have existed since the mid-1990s. (...) The NAIP is a sector-wide instrument and can be seen as a SWAp. In some countries it is replacing SWAps. There is a discussion around the question whether or not a NAIP is a SWAp, but it is important to not get lost in semantics.
Language:English
Score: 1236688.9 - https://www.fao.org/investment...orm/themes-and-tasks/swaps/ru/
Data Source: un
SWAps originally arose in the 1990s to enhance aid effectiveness, but it remains clear that national governments must be firmly in the lead to promote and implement SWAps. (...) SWAps and National Agricultural Investment Plans (NAIPs) SWAps have existed since the mid-1990s. (...) The NAIP is a sector-wide instrument and can be seen as a SWAp. In some countries it is replacing SWAps. There is a discussion around the question whether or not a NAIP is a SWAp, but it is important to not get lost in semantics.
Language:English
Score: 1234054.5 - https://www.fao.org/investment...orm/themes-and-tasks/swaps/es/
Data Source: un
SWAps originally arose in the 1990s to enhance aid effectiveness, but it remains clear that national governments must be firmly in the lead to promote and implement SWAps. (...) SWAps and National Agricultural Investment Plans (NAIPs) SWAps have existed since the mid-1990s. (...) The NAIP is a sector-wide instrument and can be seen as a SWAp. In some countries it is replacing SWAps. There is a discussion around the question whether or not a NAIP is a SWAp, but it is important to not get lost in semantics.
Language:English
Score: 1234054.5 - https://www.fao.org/investment...orm/themes-and-tasks/swaps/fr/
Data Source: un
SWAps originally arose in the 1990s to enhance aid effectiveness, but it remains clear that national governments must be firmly in the lead to promote and implement SWAps. (...) SWAps and National Agricultural Investment Plans (NAIPs) SWAps have existed since the mid-1990s. (...) The NAIP is a sector-wide instrument and can be seen as a SWAp. In some countries it is replacing SWAps. There is a discussion around the question whether or not a NAIP is a SWAp, but it is important to not get lost in semantics.
Language:English
Score: 1234054.5 - https://www.fao.org/investment...orm/themes-and-tasks/swaps/zh/
Data Source: un
DGACM final 2018 SWAP 2.0 Reporting Results Results of UN-SWAP 2.0 Reporting 1 2018 UN-SWAP Performance by Indicator: DGACM Impressively, in 2018 DGACM "exceeded" requirements for 9 indicators, including: Both the newly strengthened PI5 on Audit and PI17 on Coherence The new PI7 on Leadership DGACM New* New* New* New* Strengthened* Strengthened* Strengthened* Strengthened* *Relative to UN-SWAP 1.0 Split* 2018 constitutes the first year of reporting against UN-SWAP 2.0, an expanded and enhanced framework with 4 new indicators and 4 strengthened indicators. (...) In 2018, DGACM "met" or "exceeded" requirements for 11 out of 17 UN-SWAP 2.0 indicators. Most significant gains Areas for improvement Comparative Performance 2017-2018, indicators carried over from UN-SWAP 1.0: DGACM Between 2017 and 2018, DGACM maintained its performance for all 7 indicators that were carried over from UN-SWAP 1.0. (...) To maintain this rating, senior managers must continue to proactively promote improvements in UN-SWAP 2.0 Performance Indicators. Highlights from new UN-SWAP 2.0 Indicators Leadership (PI7) Results of UN-SWAP 2.0 Reporting DGACM This new indicator focuses on ways in which senior managers can directly promote gender equality and the empowerment of women.
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Score: 1225977.6 - https://www.un.org/dgacm/sites...swap_2.0_reporting_results.pdf
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Skills Governance Sector Wide Approach (SWAp) Feature | Dhaka | 03 February 2020 The Concept of SWAp A SWAp is a systematic approach allowing development partners (DPs) to work together in partnership with government by pooling resources into common basket to support sector/subsector-wide development in an integrated manner under the government’s common policy framework . (...) Bangladesh’s Experience in SWAp The Government of Bangladesh has considerable experience in designing and implementing large SWAps in the health and primary education sectors. A secondary education SWAp is also now operational, while a SWAp development process is initiated by BNFE on non-formal education.
Language:English
Score: 1221769 - https://www.ilo.org/dhaka/Info...WCMS_735757/lang--en/index.htm
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Skills Governance Sector Wide Approach (SWAp) Feature | Dhaka | 03 February 2020 The Concept of SWAp A SWAp is a systematic approach allowing development partners (DPs) to work together in partnership with government by pooling resources into common basket to support sector/subsector-wide development in an integrated manner under the government’s common policy framework . (...) Bangladesh’s Experience in SWAp The Government of Bangladesh has considerable experience in designing and implementing large SWAps in the health and primary education sectors. A secondary education SWAp is also now operational, while a SWAp development process is initiated by BNFE on non-formal education.
Language:English
Score: 1221769 - www.ilo.org/dhaka/Infor...WCMS_735757/lang--en/index.htm
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