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MOSQUITO NETS USEMOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE People with TB treated* Mosquito nets distributed* 5.3 million 131 million 18.9 million People on antiretroviral therapy for HIV* PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WITH SUPPRESSED VIRAL LOAD ARV COVERAGE PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WHO KNOW THEIR STATUS Results at a glance 2010 2017 2030 global target MOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE 33% 57% Universal coverage MOSQUITO NETS USE 2010 2017 2030 global target 29% 51% Universal coverage 2010 2018 2020 global target 22% 62% 81% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2015 2018 2020 global target 70% 79% 90% 2012 2016 2025 global target TB TREATMENT SUCCESS RATE (ALL FORMS) 86% 84% 90% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2010 2017 2025 global target TB TREATMENT COVERAGE 49% 61% 90% MOSQUITO NETS USEMOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE People with TB treated* Mosquito nets distributed* 5.3 million 131 million 18.9 million People on antiretroviral therapy for HIV* PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WITH SUPPRESSED VIRAL LOAD ARV COVERAGE PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WHO KNOW THEIR STATUS Results at a glance 2010 2017 2030 global target MOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE 33% 57% Universal coverage MOSQUITO NETS USE 2010 2017 2030 global target 29% 51% Universal coverage 2010 2018 2020 global target 22% 62% 81% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2015 2018 2020 global target 70% 79% 90% 2012 2016 2025 global target TB TREATMENT SUCCESS RATE (ALL FORMS) 86% 84% 90% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2010 2017 2025 global target TB TREATMENT COVERAGE 49% 61% 90% MOSQUITO NETS USEMOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE People with TB treated* Mosquito nets distributed* 5.3 million 131 million 18.9 million People on antiretroviral therapy for HIV* PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WITH SUPPRESSED VIRAL LOAD ARV COVERAGE PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WHO KNOW THEIR STATUS Results at a glance 2010 2017 2030 global target MOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE 33% 57% Universal coverage MOSQUITO NETS USE 2010 2017 2030 global target 29% 51% Universal coverage 2010 2018 2020 global target 22% 62% 81% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2015 2018 2020 global target 70% 79% 90% 2012 2016 2025 global target TB TREATMENT SUCCESS RATE (ALL FORMS) 86% 84% 90% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2010 2017 2025 global target TB TREATMENT COVERAGE 49% 61% 90% RESULTS AT A GLANCE 2019 The Global Fund partnership continues to have a huge impact. 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MOSQUITO NETS USEMOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE People with TB treated* Mosquito nets distributed* 5.3 million 131 million 18.9 million People on antiretroviral therapy for HIV* PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WITH SUPPRESSED VIRAL LOAD ARV COVERAGE PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WHO KNOW THEIR STATUS Results at a glance 2010 2017 2030 global target MOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE 33% 57% Universal coverage MOSQUITO NETS USE 2010 2017 2030 global target 29% 51% Universal coverage 2010 2018 2020 global target 22% 62% 81% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2015 2018 2020 global target 70% 79% 90% 2012 2016 2025 global target TB TREATMENT SUCCESS RATE (ALL FORMS) 86% 84% 90% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2010 2017 2025 global target TB TREATMENT COVERAGE 49% 61% 90% MOSQUITO NETS USEMOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE People with TB treated* Mosquito nets distributed* 5.3 million 131 million 18.9 million People on antiretroviral therapy for HIV* PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WITH SUPPRESSED VIRAL LOAD ARV COVERAGE PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WHO KNOW THEIR STATUS Results at a glance 2010 2017 2030 global target MOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE 33% 57% Universal coverage MOSQUITO NETS USE 2010 2017 2030 global target 29% 51% Universal coverage 2010 2018 2020 global target 22% 62% 81% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2015 2018 2020 global target 70% 79% 90% 2012 2016 2025 global target TB TREATMENT SUCCESS RATE (ALL FORMS) 86% 84% 90% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2010 2017 2025 global target TB TREATMENT COVERAGE 49% 61% 90% MOSQUITO NETS USEMOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE People with TB treated* Mosquito nets distributed* 5.3 million 131 million 18.9 million People on antiretroviral therapy for HIV* PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WITH SUPPRESSED VIRAL LOAD ARV COVERAGE PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WHO KNOW THEIR STATUS Results at a glance 2010 2017 2030 global target MOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE 33% 57% Universal coverage MOSQUITO NETS USE 2010 2017 2030 global target 29% 51% Universal coverage 2010 2018 2020 global target 22% 62% 81% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2015 2018 2020 global target 70% 79% 90% 2012 2016 2025 global target TB TREATMENT SUCCESS RATE (ALL FORMS) 86% 84% 90% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2010 2017 2025 global target TB TREATMENT COVERAGE 49% 61% 90% RESULTS AT A GLANCE 2019 The Global Fund partnership continues to have a huge impact. These achievements are the result of combined efforts of implementer governments, multilateral agencies, bilateral partners, civil society groups, people affected by the diseases, and the private sector. lives saved million32 Key and vulnerable populations reached with HIV/STI prevention and testing programmes.1 Progress towards the 90-90-90 targets Men who have sex with men Transgender women Female sex workers Other vulnerable groups (including seafarers, prisoners and hotel workers) 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% 1,549 2,149 1,205 509 984 2,043 1,167 523 1 Refers to clients being reached with the minimum components of the HIV prevention programmes including IEC / BCC, condoms and lubricants and HIV testing referral.
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Score: 506732.76 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...b-results-at-a-glance-2020.pdf
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A major distinction is made for indicators underpinning targets with a clear numerical yardstick, and those without a numerical yardstick. (...) Legend of symbols for assessing the current status Symbol Meaning General outcome +++ Target already met Positive ++ Very close to the target Positive + Close to the target Positive - Far from the target Negative -- Very far from the target Negative 1.2 Indicators without a numerical target In the case of indicators without a numerical target, the distance to the target cannot be calculated. (...) Quintiles are calculated only at the country level and not at the regional level. 3 | P a g e Annex 2 – Methods for trend assessment 2.1 Indicators having a numerical target A simple method for assessing the trend of numerical indicators having a numerical target (set by the 2030 Agenda) consists in comparing the actual growth with the growth required to reach the target.
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Score: 506708.4 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ss-report/2020/pdf/methods.pdf
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TEMPLATE FOR REPORTING PROGRESS ON SETTING TARGETS AND TARGET DATES ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 6 OF THE PROTOCOL ON WATER AND HEALTH HUNGARY TEMPLATE FOR REPORTING PROGRESS ON SETTING TARGETS AND TARGET DATES ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 6 OF THE PROTOCOL ON WATER AND HEALTH According to the Protocol on Water and Health, within 2 years of becoming a Party, each Party shall establish and publish targets referred to in paragraph 2 of article 6, and target dates for achieving them. (...) The first task of the Special Committee is defining the targets and target dates required by the Protocol. The list of the targets and target dates has been completed by January 2008, though several targets were not found to appropriate for defining the final outline and deadline. 2.
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Score: 506578.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ater/meetings/TFIR/Hungary.doc
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Assistance to Parties to the Protocol on Water Assistance to Parties to the Protocol on Water and Health for target-setting, indicators and reporting . Status of ratification Signatories Parties Objective of the Protocol Protect human health and well being by better water management • Prevention, control and reduction of water-related diseases • Outbreak detection, contingency planning and response • Effective protection of water resources • Provision of adequate supplies of safe drinking water and adequate sanitation How: DECLARE TARGETS DECLARE TARGETS SET DATESSET DATES REVIEW PROGRESS REVIEW PROGRESS EVALUATEEVALUATE Within 2 years of becoming a Party, each country sets and publishes targets, and dates for achieving them MOP evaluate progress in implementation Parties review targets Parties: collect and evaluate data publish results review progress provide summary reports Water supply and sanitation Water management Health protection Targets and target dates Within 2 years, each Party shall set targets on: • Water supply and sanitation • Water management • Health protection => tailored to country needs and capacity => intersectoral cooperation, national dialogue, => guidelines by 2009 by the Task Force on Indicators and Reporting Review and assessment of progress Parties shall • Collect and evaluate data on their progress towards the targets and on progress towards preventing, controlling or reducing water- related disease • Review the progress made and publish an assessment of that progress against targets every three years. • Report to the Meeting of the Parties => guidelines by 2009 by the Task Force on Indicators and Reporting => Compliance procedure Target setting and reporting: a cyclical exercise Programme of measures Assessment of progress Reporting Revision of targets Setting of targets Collection of data on progress Draft guidelines cover the following steps Inter-ministerial committee Baseline analysis Gap analysis and prioritization Agreement on proposed targets and programme of measures Broad consultation Consolidation of targets and programme of work Publication of the targets and programme of work Legal and administrative tools for implementation Publication of assessment / Reporting to MoP Revision of targets Assessment of progress Monitoring / collection of data Approach to setting targets and indicators Programme of measures Assessment of progress Reporting Revision of targets Setting of targets Collection of data on progress Common core indicators Options open to Parties Role of Working Group on Monitoring and Assessment • Several areas related to water management for which targets should be set: – quality of discharges of wastewater – disposal or reuse of sewage sludge – quality of wastewater used for irrigation – quality of waters used as sources for drinking water But above all: – effectiveness of systems for the management, development, protection and use of water resources Targets and indicators for effectiveness of IWRM (1) Options for targets and indicators on the process of managing water • Enabling conditions (e.g. revision of laws, enforcement of laws/regulations); • Institutional measures (e.g. decentralization of decision-making, establishment of river basin organizations); • Management instruments (e.g. river basin management plans, mediation of water conflicts); • Cross-cutting issues (e.g. financing water management, public involvement). Targets and indicators for effectiveness of IWRM (1) Options for targets and indicators on ambient water quality and availability of the water resources • Water quality: Targets and indicators based on national systems of water classifications (e.g. the percentage of water falling into classes I, II, III, etc., for non-EU countries; the percentage of waters having good ecological/chemical status for EU countries). • Water quantity: – Population living under water scarcity; – Water exploitation index at the national and river- basin levels; – Abstraction of water for domestic needs per person => MANDATORY?
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Score: 506544.63 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...he%20Protocol%20on%20Water.pdf
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MOSQUITO NETS USEMOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE People with TB treated* Mosquito nets distributed* 5.3 million 131 million 18.9 million People on antiretroviral therapy for HIV* PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WITH SUPPRESSED VIRAL LOAD ARV COVERAGE PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WHO KNOW THEIR STATUS Results at a glance 2010 2017 2030 global target MOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE 33% 57% Universal coverage MOSQUITO NETS USE 2010 2017 2030 global target 29% 51% Universal coverage 2010 2018 2020 global target 22% 62% 81% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2015 2018 2020 global target 70% 79% 90% 2012 2016 2025 global target TB TREATMENT SUCCESS RATE (ALL FORMS) 86% 84% 90% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2010 2017 2025 global target TB TREATMENT COVERAGE 49% 61% 90% MOSQUITO NETS USEMOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE People with TB treated* Mosquito nets distributed* 5.3 million 131 million 18.9 million People on antiretroviral therapy for HIV* PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WITH SUPPRESSED VIRAL LOAD ARV COVERAGE PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WHO KNOW THEIR STATUS Results at a glance 2010 2017 2030 global target MOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE 33% 57% Universal coverage MOSQUITO NETS USE 2010 2017 2030 global target 29% 51% Universal coverage 2010 2018 2020 global target 22% 62% 81% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2015 2018 2020 global target 70% 79% 90% 2012 2016 2025 global target TB TREATMENT SUCCESS RATE (ALL FORMS) 86% 84% 90% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2010 2017 2025 global target TB TREATMENT COVERAGE 49% 61% 90% MOSQUITO NETS USEMOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE People with TB treated* Mosquito nets distributed* 5.3 million 131 million 18.9 million People on antiretroviral therapy for HIV* PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WITH SUPPRESSED VIRAL LOAD ARV COVERAGE PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WHO KNOW THEIR STATUS Results at a glance 2010 2017 2030 global target MOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE 33% 57% Universal coverage MOSQUITO NETS USE 2010 2017 2030 global target 29% 51% Universal coverage 2010 2018 2020 global target 22% 62% 81% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2015 2018 2020 global target 70% 79% 90% 2012 2016 2025 global target TB TREATMENT SUCCESS RATE (ALL FORMS) 86% 84% 90% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2010 2017 2025 global target TB TREATMENT COVERAGE 49% 61% 90% RESULTS AT A GLANCE 2019 The Global Fund partnership continues to have a huge impact. (...) MOSQUITO NETS USEMOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE People with TB treated* Mosquito nets distributed* 5.3 million 131 million 18.9 million People on antiretroviral therapy for HIV* PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WITH SUPPRESSED VIRAL LOAD ARV COVERAGE PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WHO KNOW THEIR STATUS Results at a glance 2010 2017 2030 global target MOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE 33% 57% Universal coverage MOSQUITO NETS USE 2010 2017 2030 global target 29% 51% Universal coverage 2010 2018 2020 global target 22% 62% 81% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2015 2018 2020 global target 70% 79% 90% 2012 2016 2025 global target TB TREATMENT SUCCESS RATE (ALL FORMS) 86% 84% 90% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2010 2017 2025 global target TB TREATMENT COVERAGE 49% 61% 90% MOSQUITO NETS USEMOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE People with TB treated* Mosquito nets distributed* 5.3 million 131 million 18.9 million People on antiretroviral therapy for HIV* PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WITH SUPPRESSED VIRAL LOAD ARV COVERAGE PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WHO KNOW THEIR STATUS Results at a glance 2010 2017 2030 global target MOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE 33% 57% Universal coverage MOSQUITO NETS USE 2010 2017 2030 global target 29% 51% Universal coverage 2010 2018 2020 global target 22% 62% 81% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2015 2018 2020 global target 70% 79% 90% 2012 2016 2025 global target TB TREATMENT SUCCESS RATE (ALL FORMS) 86% 84% 90% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2010 2017 2025 global target TB TREATMENT COVERAGE 49% 61% 90% MOSQUITO NETS USEMOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE People with TB treated* Mosquito nets distributed* 5.3 million 131 million 18.9 million People on antiretroviral therapy for HIV* PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WITH SUPPRESSED VIRAL LOAD ARV COVERAGE PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV WHO KNOW THEIR STATUS Results at a glance 2010 2017 2030 global target MOSQUITO NETS POPULATION COVERAGE 33% 57% Universal coverage MOSQUITO NETS USE 2010 2017 2030 global target 29% 51% Universal coverage 2010 2018 2020 global target 22% 62% 81% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2015 2018 2020 global target 70% 79% 90% 2012 2016 2025 global target TB TREATMENT SUCCESS RATE (ALL FORMS) 86% 84% 90% 2015 2018 2020 global target 39% 53% 73% 2010 2017 2025 global target TB TREATMENT COVERAGE 49% 61% 90% RESULTS AT A GLANCE 2019 The Global Fund partnership continues to have a huge impact.
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Score: 506475.1 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...e-2019-Results-Infographic.pdf
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Thresholds applied for measuring current level: Assessment of the current level (or distance to the target) Thresholds applied in the methodology used Target met or almost met x < 1.03 x: Female-to-male ratio in time spent on unpaid domestic and care work Close to target 1.47 > x ≥ 1.03 Moderate distance to target 1.97 > x ≥ 1.47 Far from target 3.97 > x ≥ 1.97 7 Very far from target x ≥ 3.97 Insufficient data - * Note color coding here refers to those used in the SDG5 Tracker. (...) Thresholds applied for measuring current level: Assessment of the current level (or distance to the target) Thresholds applied in the methodology used Target met or almost met 40 percent ≤ x < 60 percent x: Proportion of seats held by women in national parliaments Close to target 30 percent ≤ x < 40 percent Moderate distance to target 20 percent ≤ x < 30 percent Far from target 10 percent ≤ x < 20 percent Very far from target x < 10 percent Insufficient data - * Note color coding here refers to those used in the SDG5 Tracker. (...) Thresholds applied for measuring current level: Assessment of the current level (or distance to the target) Thresholds applied in the methodology used Target met or almost met 40 percent ≤ x < 60 percent x: Proportion of women in managerial positions Close to target 30 percent < x < 40 percent Moderate distance to target 20 percent < x ≤ 30 percent Far from target 10 percent < x ≤ 20 percent Very far from target x ≤ 10 percent Insufficient data - * Note color coding here refers to those used in the SDG5 Tracker.
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Score: 506052.05 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...-tracker-Technical-note-en.pdf
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Method: Guidelines and template disseminated among Parties and Signatories in November 2009 with the deadline to reply by 31 March 2010 Responses received: 24 Parties: 21 Signatories: 3 5 The Protocol on Water and Health: making a difference Structure of the summary reportsStructure of the summary reports Part I: On the process of setting targets and reporting and on national circumstances Part II: Common indicators Part III: Target and target dates set and assessment of progress towards the targets Part IV: Overall evaluation of progress achieved in implementing the Protocol Part V: Information on the person submitting the report 6 The Protocol on Water and Health: making a difference Part II: Common Indicators (1)Part II: Common Indicators (1) 1. (...) Effectiveness of management, protection and use of freshwater resources Water quality Based an national classification systems percentage of the number of water bodies or percentage of the volume of water falling into each defined class (e.g. in classes I, II, III, etc., for non-EU countries; for EU countries percentage of surface waters with high, good, moderate, poor and bad ecological status and percentage of groundwaters /surface waters of good or poor chemical status) Water use Water exploitation index at the national and river-basin levels for each sector (agriculture, industry, domestic) 8 The Protocol on Water and Health: making a difference Part III: Targets and target dates set and assessment of progress Part III: Targets and target dates set and assessment of progress For each target set in the different target areas as well as for any additional target: Target, target date, baseline conditions and justification for the adoption of such target Actions taken to reach the target and difficulties and challenges encountered Assessment of progress towards the target Target and target date need to be revised? If so, new target and target dates If not target has been set in this area, why not?
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Score: 505865.33 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...s/Pilot_reporting_Protocol.pdf
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About targets settingAbout targets setting According to Article 6, Paragraph 2, of the Protocol on Water and Health: “the national and/or local targets for the standards and levels of performance that need to be achieved or maintained for a high level of protection against water-related disease shall be established and published”. (...) Targets and target dates (1)Targets and target dates (1) The target setting process in Ukraine started with setting 2-5 targets under each target area, resulting in over 80 individual targets. (...) Targets and target dates (2)Targets and target dates (2) It should be also noted that the targets are still in their draft form and subject to the public and open comments and thereafter legal procedures in the state administration Conclusions (1)Conclusions (1) Ukraine was among first countries that ratified the Protocol (2003).
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Score: 505820.46 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ementation_of_the_Protocol.pdf
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TEMPLATE FOR REPORTING PROGRESS ON SETTING TARGETS AND TARGET DATES ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 6 OF THE PROTOCOL ON WATER AND HEALTH Czech republic TEMPLATE FOR REPORTING PROGRESS ON SETTING TARGETS AND TARGET DATES ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 6 OF THE PROTOCOL ON WATER AND HEALTH According to the Protocol on Water and Health, within 2 years of becoming a Party, each Party shall establish and publish targets referred to in paragraph 2 of article 6, and target dates for achieving them. (...) Briefly describe your national process to set targets and target dates in accordance with article 6 of the Protocol on Water and Health. (...) List the target set in your country in accordance with article 6 of the Protocol, as well as the target dates for achieving them.
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Score: 505516.94 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA.../Czech%20republic_Template.doc
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In this brief, we examine the targets related to embodied carbon set by existing GPP policies, the methodologies used to quantify the targets and the target setting process. (...) Agencies set their own targets with reference to the basic policy. These targets are reviewed annually. (...) We classify them into four categories with increasing specificity: 1) adoption targets, 2) industry-level targets, 3) project-level targets, and 4) product-level targets. 1.1 Adoption of green public procurement The broadest target type is adoption of a GPP programme.
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Score: 505487.16 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...grams_20211004_b%20%284%29.pdf
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