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Debt swaps represent a relatively new investment model combining public and private funds with each leveraging the other. This approach has been previously implemented by the Seychelles, whereby the country’s government agreed a debt swap with the Nature Conservancy, alongside a other investors. (...) Building on the success of the Seychelles model, OHRLLS, ECLAC, ECA, and ESCAP are developing climate adaptation debt swaps in three pilot countries in the Caribbean: Antigua and Barbuda, St.
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Score: 1180041.4 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/node/2109
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Annexes to the UNDP Gender Equality Strategy 2014-2017: The Future We Want: Rights and Empowerment 1 Annex 7: Institutional Effectiveness Monitoring Matrix Policy, Planning and Reporting SWAP Requirement Timeframe/Targets UNDP Adopts a Gender Policy/Strategy YES Q1 2014 Gender is integrated into i. (...) D1 and above YES 2017 i.42% ii.48% Performance Incentives SWAP Requirement Timeframe/Targets The Performance Management and Development (PMD) guidelines are revised to ensure that all staff are assessed on their performance in achieving gender equality results YES Q1 2014 Global, regional and country offices invest 10 percent of the learning budgets for gender-related learning 2015 40% of COs 2017 75% of COs Financial resources SWAP Requirement Timeframe/Targets 15% of the resources/expenditures of the organization are allocated to gender equality. YES 2014 8% GEN3 2015 11% GEN3 2017 15 % GEN3 Annexes to the UNDP Gender Equality Strategy 2014-2017: The Future We Want: Rights and Empowerment 3 Flexible Trust Fund is launched and resources mobilized 2014 US$ 10 million 2015 US$ 25 million 2016 US$ 40 million 2017 US$ 50 million Partnerships SWAP Requirement Timeframe/Targets Document clarifying UN Women/UNDP complementarities and joint initiatives Q1 2015
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Score: 1179945 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ness%20Monitoring%20Matrix.pdf
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UNOGv2 UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA (UNOG) UN-SWAP 2.0 PERFORMANCE 2019 The following two pages capture UNOG’s performance on UN-SWAP 2.0 indicators for 2019. (...) Areas for improvement • UN Women encourages UNOG to prioritize the Equal Representation of Women and Coherence, both approaching requirements. • Furthermore, we recommend reassessing the applicability of the four indicators marked as not applicable. UN-SWAP 2.0 PERFORMANCE BY INDICATOR (2018-2019) PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS IN 2019 UN-SWAP 2.0 PERFORMANCE 2019UNOG UN SWAP 2.0 | 2 PI. 1 Strategic Planning Gender-Related SDG Results PI. 2 Reporting on Gender-Related SDG Results PI. 3 Programmatic Gender-Related SDG Results PI. 4 Evaluation PI. 5 Audit PI. 6 Policy PI. 7 Leadership PI. 8 Gender-responsive performance management PI. 9 Financial Resource Tracking PI. 10 Financial Resource Allocation PI. 11 Gender Architecture PI. 12 Equal Representation of Women PI. 13 Organizational Culture PI. 14 Capacity Assessment PI. 15 Capacity Development PI. 16 Knowledge and Communication PI. 17 Coherence Not Applicable 2019 Missing Approaches Meets Exceeds 2018 SHARE OF RATINGS MEETING/EXCEEDING REQUIREMENTS OF ALL RATINGS NOT APPLICABLE RATINGS OMITTED • • In 2019, UNOG met or exceeded requirements for 64 per cent of indicators, trailing the performance of the averages for the UN Secretariat and the overall UN System. (...) COMPARISON WITH THE SECRETARIAT AS A WHOLE AND THE OVERALL UN SYSTEM NOT APPLICABLE RATINGS INCLUDED UNOG, COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RATINGS BY YEAR UNOG UN SECRETARIAT UN SYSTEM 85% 69% 66% UN-SWAP 2.0 PERFORMANCE 2019UNOG Not Applicable Missing Approaches Meets Exceeds Not Applicable Missing Approaches Meets Exceeds UN SWAP 2.0 | 3 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS FOR UNOG • Between 2018 and 2019, the only change has been a shift in one indicator from meeting to exceeding requirements. • As 24 per cent of indicators remain not applicable, incorporating these indicators into UNOG's work will greatly enhance 2020 performance and results. 9 10 24 8 7 23 21 12 32 31 35 28 32 29 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% UNOG Overall UN System Secretariat 24 24 12 12 41 35 24 29 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 2018 2019
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Score: 1179945 - https://www.ungeneva.org/sites...2021-03/2019-UNSWAP-Report.pdf
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Systems should be made available by MNOs to ensure that PSPs can determine in real time whether a SIM has recently been swapped before high value transactions and payments to new beneficiaries are allowed. Having these controls in place can help to mitigate the effects of SIM swap fraud, a type of phishing fraud where attackers pose as MNOs to unsuspecting customers in order to steal their credentials. MNOs should track any occurrence of SIM swap attacks. Customer service agents should implement processes for detecting potentially fraudulent activity, and MNOs can use data such as tracking device type and location to detect these SIM swaps. 31     32     33     34     35     36     37     38     39     40     41     42          
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Score: 1179636.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page37.html
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REPORT ON THE ANNUAL SESSION 2002 (17 TO 28 JUNE 2002, GENEVA) :EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME AND OF THE UNITED NATIONS POPULATION FUND
She stated that UNFPA was indeed trying to link the MDGs to PRSPs and SWAps, and it fully recognized the importance of participating in PRSPs and SWAps. (...) Following the adoption of decision 2002/5, the delegation of the United States took the floor to provide an explanation of its position. (...) Several delegations took the floor to express their support for UNFPA and to underscore the need to increase the Fund’s regular resources.
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Score: 1178978.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=DP/2002/24&Lang=E
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PROPOSALS FOR UPDATING THE GLOSSARY FOR TRANSPORT STATISTICS
Insulated wagon А.II.А-23 Insulated wagon — Covered wagon the body of which is built with insulating walls, doors, floor and roof, to limit heat exchange between the interior of the wagon and the outside so that the overall coefficient of heat transfer (K coefficient) allows the equipment to be assigned to one or the other of the following two categories: • IN = Normally insulated: characterized by a K coefficient equal to or less than 0.7 W/m 2 °С • IR = Heavily insulated: characterized by a K coefficient equal to or less than 0.4 W/m 2 °С (concerns Russian only) 4. (...) Wagon with rigid side walls, end walls, rigid roof and floor. The term includes wagons with a sliding roof and sliding walls that are kept closed during carriage. (...) High-sided wagons may be: multipurpose — with unloading apertures in the floor and inward-opening end doors (or without doors); or special — the body having no apertures or doors. 24.
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Score: 1175880 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=ECE/TRANS/WP.6/2017/8&Lang=E
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Bit swapping reconfigures the bits and gains (bi, gi) without changing any other PMD or PMS-TC control parameters. Bit swapping is a mandatory capability. The procedure for bit swapping shall be implemented using OLR request types 1 and 2 eoc commands defined in Table 11-9. The bit swapping procedure is not applicable to the RMC tone set; a similar feature for the RMC tone set is implemented by using RPA.
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Score: 1174633.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page968.html
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Debt swaps represent a relatively new investment model combining public and private funds with each leveraging the other. This approach has been previously implemented by the Seychelles, whereby the country’s government agreed a debt swap with the Nature Conservancy, alongside a other investors. (...) Building on the success of the Seychelles model, OHRLLS, ECLAC, ECA, and ESCAP are developing climate adaptation debt swaps in three pilot countries in the Caribbean: Antigua and Barbuda, St.
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Score: 1172280.8 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/zh/n...e-cash-strapped-island-nations
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Debt swaps represent a relatively new investment model combining public and private funds with each leveraging the other. This approach has been previously implemented by the Seychelles, whereby the country’s government agreed a debt swap with the Nature Conservancy, alongside a other investors. (...) Building on the success of the Seychelles model, OHRLLS, ECLAC, ECA, and ESCAP are developing climate adaptation debt swaps in three pilot countries in the Caribbean: Antigua and Barbuda, St.
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Score: 1172280.8 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/zh/node/2109
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What is the System-wide Action Plan on Youth? (Youth-SWAP) III. The need for a Youth-SWAP IV. Developing, implementing and reporting on the Youth-SWAP V. (...) The survey results served as a basis for the Youth- SWAP sub-working groups to develop the Youth-SWAP framework. The full text of the Youth-SWAP can be found in Annex 1 of this report. The Youth- SWAP includes one overarching goal for each of its thematic areas.
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Score: 1170765.7 - https://en.unesco.org/inclusiv..._UN_Youth_SWAP_Report_2014.pdf
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