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Standardization by regulators of SIM swap rules amongst MNOs/MVNOs - including SIM swaps leading to porting of numbers to other MNOs/MVNOs c. (...) MNOs should notify DFS providers on swapped SIMs, ported and recycled numbers. c. Biometric SIM swap verification d. Multifactor user validation before SIM swap e. Information sharing with DFS provider on SIM swaps and SIM recycling: f.
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Score: 1207653.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...%20SS7%20and%20SIM%20swaps.pdf
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Standardization by regulators of SIM swap rules amongst MNOs/MVNOs - including SIM swaps leading to porting of numbers to other MNOs/MVNOs c. (...) MNOs should notify DFS providers on swapped SIMs, ported and recycled numbers. c. Biometric SIM swap verification d. Multifactor user validation before SIM swap e. Information sharing with DFS provider on SIM swaps and SIM recycling: f.
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Score: 1207653.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...%20SS7%20and%20SIM%20swaps.pdf
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Standardization by regulators of SIM swap rules amongst MNOs/MVNOs - including SIM swaps leading to porting of numbers to other MNOs/MVNOs c. (...) MNOs should notify DFS providers on swapped SIMs, ported and recycled numbers. c. Biometric SIM swap verification d. Multifactor user validation before SIM swap e. Information sharing with DFS provider on SIM swaps and SIM recycling: f.
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Score: 1207653.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...%20SS7%20and%20SIM%20swaps.pdf
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Standardization by regulators of SIM swap rules amongst MNOs/MVNOs - including SIM swaps leading to porting of numbers to other MNOs/MVNOs c. (...) MNOs should notify DFS providers on swapped SIMs, ported and recycled numbers. c. Biometric SIM swap verification d. Multifactor user validation before SIM swap e. Information sharing with DFS provider on SIM swaps and SIM recycling: f.
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Score: 1207653.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...%20SS7%20and%20SIM%20swaps.pdf
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Standardization by regulators of SIM swap rules amongst MNOs/MVNOs - including SIM swaps leading to porting of numbers to other MNOs/MVNOs c. (...) MNOs should notify DFS providers on swapped SIMs, ported and recycled numbers. c. Biometric SIM swap verification d. Multifactor user validation before SIM swap e. Information sharing with DFS provider on SIM swaps and SIM recycling: f.
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Score: 1207653.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...%20SS7%20and%20SIM%20swaps.pdf
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STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATION ASSOCIATION OF THE SISTERS OF THE PRESENTATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
“Affordable “A social protection floor can be afforded by every country if integrated incrementally. A number of low- and middle-income countries have taken successful measures to build their national social protection floor. “We call on all Governments to implement a national social protection floor. (...) E/CN.5/2012/NGO/2 11-59685 4 We therefore call upon the States Members of the United Nations to: • Ensure the implementation of the Social Protection Floor Initiative tailored to national needs by every United Nations Member State, with a specific focus on persons with disabilities, youth, older persons and families living in poverty; • Assess all areas of social protection using gender analysis while designing, implementing and evaluating social protection programmes within a human rights framework; • Invest domestically a minimum of 4 per cent of GDP on a universal social protection floor; • Implement fully innovative sources of financing for development, such as the financial transaction tax, the international solidarity levy on airline tickets, debt swaps, combating tax havens and capital flight and reducing military expenditures; • Use resources from innovative financing mechanisms to support United Nations Member States that lack sufficient revenue to implement the Social Protection Floor Initiative using domestic revenues.
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Score: 1204001.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=E/CN.5/2012/NGO/2&Lang=E
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Alternatively, use the account b) If there is an indication of a SIM swap, check the IMEI number and PIN to withdraw funds at an ATM or conve- of the phone holding the SIM. If the IMEI has also nience store or kiosk (e.g. 7-Eleven). changed, there is a high probability of SIM swap. In Once the DFS Provider receives the transaction that case the DFS provider should block the account request, before authorizing it the DFS provider needs to until performing account verification procedures, for ascertain the following: example, via a voice call or an agent. a) The location of the account holder’s phone is indeed c) Systems and procedures to detect suspicious SIM near the ATM or kiosk where the transaction is taking swap behavior can be implemented. These rely on place (if this is an ATM transaction). inter alia. b) Provide the IMSI and IMEI of the phone preforming the transaction in order to check with the cellular car- Regulatory rules on SIM swaps, including: rier if the owner of the IMSI and phone is the account a) Standardization by regulators of SIM swap rules holder. amongst MNOs/MVNOs by the regulator, including c) Verify with 2-way SecureOTP to the original phone SIM swaps leading to porting of numbers to other 12 number to verify the legitimacy of the transaction.
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Score: 1199577.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page21.html
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DGACM Infographic UN-SWAP 2.0 SUMMARY, ANALYSIS AND KEY INSIGHTS FROM 2019 UNITED NATIONS DEPARTMENT FOR GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND CONFERENCE MANAGEMENT (DGACM) UN-SWAP 2.0 SUMMARY OF 2019 REPORTING RESULTS TABLE OF CONTENT UN SYSTEM-WIDE PERFORMANCE 2019 3 DGACM PERFORMANCE 2019 5 DGACM GENDER PARITY SNAPSHOT 2019 This information package summarizes UN-SWAP 2.0 performance for the 6OJUFE/BUJPOTTZTUFNBTB XIPMF BOE JO QBSUJDVMBS GPS UIF United Nations Department for General Assembly and Conference Management. Sixty-eight UN entities reported in 2019, up from 66 entities in recent years and 55 in the first year of reporting, 2012. 8 Other Top Performing Indicators in 2019 Knowledge and Communication (PI.16), Leadership (PI.7) and Policy (PI.6) √ √ Areas for improvement KEY FINDINGS OVERALL UN SYSTEM, COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RATINGS BY YEAR | PERCENTAGE OF ALL RATINGS UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM-WIDE PERFORMANCE BY INDICATOR (2019) | PERCENTAGE OF ALL RATINGS Financial resource allocation (PI.10) and Equal representation of women (PI.12) • In 2019, the UN system met 60 per cent of UN-SWAP 2.0 minimum requirements across all indicators, registering a 2-percentage point increase from 2018 • Ratings exceeding require- ments reached 28 per cent, increasing 5-percentage points 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 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Highest Performing Indicators in 2019 Audit (PI.5) and Gender responsive performance management (PI.8) UN-SWAP 2.0 SYSTEM-WIDE PERFORMANCE 2019 10 9 7 8 25 23 35 32 23 28 2018 2019 Not Applicable Missing Approaches Meets Exceeds Not Applicable Missing Approaches Meets Exceeds UN SWAP 2.0 | 3 NUMBER OF ENTITIES CONTRIBUTING TO EACH SDG 5 TARGET NUMBER OF ENTITIES CONTRIBUTING TO RESULTS IN EACH THEMATIC AREA GENDER-RELATED SDG RESULTS IN STRATEGIC PLANNING • Three UN-SWAP 2.0 indicators address the achievement of gender-related results in the context of the SDGs • Based on 68 entities’ UN-SWAP reporting this graph shows the number of entities contributing to each SDG goal • • The UN system primarily contrib- utes to gender-related Goals in socio-economic and human rights areas (SDGs 1, 5, 8, 16, 17) Thereclearly remains space for entitiesto incorporate gender equality inmore technical areas (SDGs 7, 9, 12) • 55 entities integrated Goal 5 in their main strategic document • The majority of entities target participation and leadership in political, economic and public life (target 5.5) followed by a focus on ending violence against BMMXPNFOBOEHJSMTBOEBMM UZQFTPG exploitation (target 5.2) • The graph shows UIFnumber of entities contributing toeach thematic area • High-level results on gender equality are related to Women’s Engagement and Participation for 34 entities • Only 5 entities focus on Financing for Gender Equality, bringing to light a concerning gap UN-SWAP 2.0 SYSTEM-WIDE PERFORMANCE 2019 UN SWAP 2.0 | 4 16 5 9 8 55 5 3 11 5 11 9 2 8 4 5 14 14 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 SDG 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 SDG 5.1 SDG 5.2 SDG 5.3 SDG 5.4 SDG 5.5 SDG 5.6 SDG 5.A SDG 5.B SDG 5.C 27 29 16 17 40 17 18 15 18 UN System Change Access to Gender Responsive Services Ending Violence Against Women Women's Engagement and Participation Norms and Standards Women's Economic Empowerment Knowledge Financing for Gender Equality 34 24 2322 20 19 15 5 UNITED NATIONS DEPARTMENT FOR GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND CONFERENCE MANAGEMENT (DGACM) UN-SWAP 2.0 PERFORMANCE 2019 The following three pages capture DGACM’s performance on UN-SWAP 2.0 indicators for 2019. (...) COMPARISON WITH THE SECRETARIAT AND THE OVERALL UN SYSTEMŏ DGACM, COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RATINGS BY YEAR DGACM UN SECRETARIAT UN SYSTEM 92% 69% 66% UN-SWAP 2.0 PERFORMANCE 2019DGACM Not Applicable Missing Approaches Meets Exceeds Not Applicable Missing Approaches Meets Exceeds UN SWAP 2.0 | 7 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS FOR DGACM v In 2019, %("$.FYDFFEFE SFRVJSFNFOUTGPSBOBEEJUJPOBM JOEJDBUPSBTDPNQBSFEXJUI v $PNNFOEBCMZ, DGACM JTSFQPSUJOH POPOFOFXJOEJDBUPSUIBUXBT QSFWJPVTMZNBSLFEBTOPU BQQMJDBCMF.
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Score: 1190646 - https://www.un.org/dgacm/sites...-swap_2.0_report_card_2019.pdf
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Moreover, the 2015 Addis Ababa Action Agenda on Financing for Development encourages highly-indebted developing countries to use debt-to-nature swaps. Focus areas Financing for development Macroeconomics Climate change 2030 Agenda Our approach ESCWA launched the Climate/SDGs Debt Swap Mechanism (Debt Swap/Donor Nexus Initiative) to support member States in their struggle with climate finance, high debt burdens, and fiscal pressures that have been exacerbated by the adverse impact of the pandemic. (...) Our activities ESCWA launched the Debt Swap/Donor Nexus Initiative in December 2020 at a high-level conference that brought together ministers, senior officials and technical experts from selected member States. It held in March 2021 the first advisory committee meeting on operationalizing the Climate/SDGs Debt Swap Mechanism and published the Climate/SDGs Debt Swap Mechanism report.
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Score: 1189871.9 - https://www.unescwa.org/debt-swap
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DEBT FOR CLIMATE ADAPTATION THE INITIATIVE SWAP INITIATIVE FOR CARIBBEAN SIDS The approach to debt reduction has two dimensions: (i) For countries with high debt from official creditors, the Green Climate Fund (GCF) will be requested to purchase multilateral and bilateral debt owed at a negotiated discount; (ii) For countries with high debt from private creditors, a debt buyback scheme will be utilized, as well as debt for equity swaps. (...) The ECLAC Debt for Climate Adaptation Swap Initiative is a response to the two most urgent development needs facing the Caribbean: debt and vulnerability. (...) Note: Arrows indicate financial flows. Pre-swap Creditors Debtor countries Debt service payments Post ECLAC Debt Swap initiative Creditors Debtor countries Debt service on remaining debt CRF Total debt reduction value Haircut value Debt swap value (Total debt reduction less haircut) Debt service on debt swap value Green investment (incl. climate adaptation and mitigation projects) Other funding sources The ECLAC Debt for Climate Swap Initiative is ready for take-off and its implementation should be accelerated.
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Score: 1187760.3 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...-debt_initiative_flyer-web.pdf
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