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Youth SWAP – Office of the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations English Français Español Search for: Home Envoy on Youth Envoy’s Workplan Youth 2030 Stories Climate Action Humanitarian Action Youth4Peace Young Leaders About the Young Leaders for the SDGs 2016 Class 2018 Class 2020 Class Become a Young Leader Contact Donate Now Youth SWAP 17 Oct, 2014 Launch of Youth-SWAP website for youth development Gallery Launch of Youth-SWAP website for youth development Tags: First Global Forum on Youth Policies , Inter-Agency Network on Youth Development , UN System-wide Action Plan on Youth , youth , Youth SWAP | The Inter-Agency Network on Youth Development was formalized in 2010 to gather UN entities whose work is relevant to youth and facilitate collaboration and among the UN entities to improve the effectiveness of activities on youth development. (...) This was preceded by a brief presentation of the BYND 2015 Youth Declaration by Ms Doreen Bogdan, Chief of ITU’s Strategic Planning and Membership Department. 19 Sep, 2013 UN hosts Roundtable Dialogue on Investing in Young People Gallery UN hosts Roundtable Dialogue on Investing in Young People Tags: Dialogue , Employment , IANYD , Open Meeting , Youth SWAP | With 1.8 billion young people, the 10-24 age group is the largest generation of youth the world has ever known. (...) While notable progress has been made, many young people, particularly adolescent girls, lack the investments and opportunities that they […] 17 Sep, 2013 UN to hold first open meeting with youth-led organisations Gallery UN to hold first open meeting with youth-led organisations Tags: IANYD , UNGA , Youth SWAP | From Wednesday 18 to Friday 20 September, the UN Inter-Agency Network on Youth Development (IANYD) is hosting the first open meeting with youth-led organisations and networks.
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Score: 1087035.5 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/tag/youth-swap/
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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: 1084082.7 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/ru/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: 1084082.7 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/ru/node/2109
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untitled Maternal Neonatal and CHILD Health Maternal Neonatal and CHILD Health One PlanOne Plan Mozambique's experience Ministry of Health Ministry of Health –– MozambiqueMozambique Lilia Lilia JamisseJamisse M.D M.D ObGynObGyn MPHMPH BackgroundBackground-- InternationalInternational Challenge for Developing Countries to achieve Challenge for Developing Countries to achieve synergy between the emerging approaches in synergy between the emerging approaches in global health policy and focus on SWAps and global health policy and focus on SWAps and the potentially vertical the potentially vertical ‘‘disease specificdisease specific’’ approach of GHPsapproach of GHPs Background Background -- MozambiqueMozambique Southern African country, independence in 1975Southern African country, independence in 1975 19921992--End of Civil War End of Civil War –– Mozambique had some of the Mozambique had some of the worst worst development statistics in the world development statistics in the world –– in in particular in the health particular in the health sectorsector Top ten worst affected countries in terms of HIV/AIDS Top ten worst affected countries in terms of HIV/AIDS 2004 prevalence rate of 16.2%2004 prevalence rate of 16.2% The MDGs indicators in The MDGs indicators in MozambiqueMozambique 408408 178178 124124 DHS 03DHS 03 147147151151IMRIMR 690690 ?? (...) Framework of the PESS and maternal Framework of the PESS and maternal neonatal mortality reductionneonatal mortality reduction Absolute Poverty Reduction Improved Health Status reflected in a reduction of the maternal mortality rate Health service delivery Individual and collective capacity building Health promotion and advocacy - Emergency Obstetric Care - Prenatal care - Referral system - Family Planning services - Improved structure - Transport System - Pre service training - Community participation - Community decision making - Community Transport - Training of health staff - - Information on determinants of maternal mortality -Information on danger signs - cultural, social and economic factors - Gender issues The promotion of a sectorThe promotion of a sector--wide approach (SWAP) and wide approach (SWAP) and maternal mortality reduction.maternal mortality reduction. Within the PESS, the key assumptions underlying the Within the PESS, the key assumptions underlying the definition of a sector wide approach in the health sector definition of a sector wide approach in the health sector reform is that:reform is that: The government of Mozambique will be in a better The government of Mozambique will be in a better position to achieve position to achieve sectoralsectoral goalsgoals--defined in terms of defined in terms of improving peopleimproving people’’s health, only if development s health, only if development assistance is used to support nationally defined policies assistance is used to support nationally defined policies and and strategies(ONEstrategies(ONE PLAN), rather than specific projectsPLAN), rather than specific projects Opportunities Opportunities -- MozambiqueMozambique Ministry of Health embarked upon a SWAp approach in 1999 Ministry of Health embarked upon a SWAp approach in 1999 –– since then since then significant progress has been made significant progress has been made -- Code of Conduct in placeCode of Conduct in place Memorandum of Understanding for an onMemorandum of Understanding for an on--treasury common pooltreasury common pool Jointly developed Health Sector Strategic Plan Jointly developed Health Sector Strategic Plan Monthly joint operational meetings of the SWAp Monthly joint operational meetings of the SWAp –– chaired by MoHchaired by MoH Biannual high level policy meetingsBiannual high level policy meetings Annual Joint Evaluations Annual Joint Evaluations Sector wide planning and budgeting Sector wide planning and budgeting Opportunities Opportunities -- MozambiqueMozambique NGOsNGOs Mechanism now in place whereby MoH can contract Mechanism now in place whereby MoH can contract NGOs directly NGOs directly –– improving collaboration, oversight, improving collaboration, oversight, ownershipownership NGOs umbrella organisations are increasingly active NGOs umbrella organisations are increasingly active in SWAp as recognised partnersin SWAp as recognised partners New Approaches New Approaches –– Other InitiativesOther Initiatives UN AgenciesUN Agencies UN assuming stronger role in the SWAp UN assuming stronger role in the SWAp –– one of UN one of UN agencies take agencies take role of corole of co--focal donor with lead focal donor with lead bilateral agency each yearbilateral agency each year UN continue to provide technical assistance to MoH UN continue to provide technical assistance to MoH where needed, where needed, Weakness and Treats in MozambiqueWeakness and Treats in Mozambique 2002 GFATM planning had been time2002 GFATM planning had been time--consuming and consuming and complicatedcomplicated World Bank MAP preparation missions were additional World Bank MAP preparation missions were additional and timeand time--consumingconsuming Opportunity costs for MoH and partners were Opportunity costs for MoH and partners were considerable considerable These initiatives did not fit with the joint planning and These initiatives did not fit with the joint planning and evaluation cycle evaluation cycle that the MoH and partners were trying that the MoH and partners were trying to establishto establish Weakness and Treats in Weakness and Treats in MozambiqueMozambique Concerns about capacity, financial sustainability, Concerns about capacity, financial sustainability, were prevalent in Mozambiquewere prevalent in Mozambique Some Initiatives require Their own country Some Initiatives require Their own country operational plans, not in line with existing country operational plans, not in line with existing country timelines and processestimelines and processes Need their own reporting mechanismNeed their own reporting mechanism Benefits and GainsBenefits and Gains New Initiatives would be situated within the New Initiatives would be situated within the framework of the health SWApframework of the health SWAp–– emphasis on emphasis on strengthening existing systemsstrengthening existing systems Partners and the GBPMNCH would continue to Partners and the GBPMNCH would continue to advocate for a balanced approach .advocate for a balanced approach .
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Score: 1082037.6 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/events/2007/gbpjamisse.pdf
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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: 1080676.4 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/es/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: 1080676.4 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/ar/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: 1080676.4 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/fr/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: 1080676.4 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/news...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.
Language:English
Score: 1080676.4 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/es/node/2109
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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: 1080676.4 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/node/2109
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