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targets Israel Reporting Progress on Setting Targets and Target Dates ( Protocol on Water and Health) 1. (...) Other targets are still in implementation stages and the target dates are evaluations based on our experience during the last years. 2. Targets and target dates: Subject Targets Target date a quality of drinking water supplied.
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Score: 412717.87 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...water/meetings/TFIR/Israel.doc
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Article 6 of the Protocol obliges Parties to set targets and target dates in different areas related to water and health management within two years of becoming a Party (Article 6 of the Protocol, para. 2 (a)–(n), identifies the areas within which the targets should be set). (...) Very few countries have completed the process of target-setting so far. 4. In order to provide assistance to Parties in setting targets and target dates as stipulated in article 6, and to promote harmonized approaches in the region, the first meeting of the Parties decided that guidelines should be prepared for the setting of targets. (...) • Session 2: How should targets be set? The different steps of the process of defining targets, indicators and reporting; • Session 3: Which targets can be set?
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Score: 412648.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...setting/information_notice.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 UPDATE ON PROGRESS ACHIEVED BY PARTIES IN 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. (...) During four workshops organized till now the participants were informed about the implementation process and achieved progress on target setting. At the First Meeting of the AHPFM in Geneva on 25 June 2008 Moldova presented a project proposal on setting national targets and target dates. (...) We expect to have a final decision in one month. 2. List the targets and target dates set in your country in accordance with article 6 of the Protocol, as well as the indicators that will be used to measure progress.
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Score: 412594.78 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ting/templates/Moldova_eng.doc
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We can take action to make those targets less vulnerable without fundamentally changing their “open” nature. (...) The Vulnerable Targets programme collaborates with other UNOCT programmes with expertise on different aspects of critical infrastructure and “soft targets” protection such as the programmes on Cybersecurity and New Technologies , CBRN , AROS, Sports and Security , and TAM .   (...) Global Network of Experts on Vulnerable Targets Protection The Programme has created a Global Network of Experts on Vulnerable Targets Protection, hosted in  UNOCT’s Connect and Learn online platform .
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Score: 412368.65 - https://www.un.org/counterterrorism/node/20318
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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 UPDATE ON PROGRESS ACHIEVED BY PARTIES IN 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. · Which are the institutions involved, how were the different stakeholders involved and how is coordination ensured? (...) List the targets and target dates set in your country in accordance with article 6 of the Protocol, as well as the indicators that will be used to measure progress. 3.
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Score: 412354.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...op_target_setting/Template.doc
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In the Medium Term (2018-2020), the target is that at least 50% of the African States achieve 65% of the EI of the CEs by 2020 and the Long term (2020-2023) that 90% of the African States achieve 65% of the EI of the CEs by 2023. 2.2 The Windhoek Declaration has 15 targets approved by the African Heads of State and Government and set various priorities, targets and deliverables, and in support of the AUC Agenda 2063 with respect to the implementation of Aviation Security and Facilitation in Africa. (...) In a nutshell, the AFI MID roadmap essentially draws collective strategies of the two regions to achieve the GASeP aspirational global targets, without setting up any new targets. 2.5 From the brief explanation in each of the above named programmes, one may note that each has activities, priorities and targets to implement aviation security and facilitation, geared at ensuring improved and effective implementation of ICAO SARPs under Annex 17 and Security related provisions of SARPs of Annex 9 (Facilitation). To attain uniformity in the different approaches, comparative analysis is being conducted by grouping all the related individual programme activities and their respective targets. In order to adopt uniformity in the targets, new targets will be developed adopting the highest target as new proposed Plan Work Programme targets.
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Score: 412246.04 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/AFI...%20Plan%20work%20programme.pdf
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While evaluations point to cases of good targeting, challenges remain in terms of clarity and analysis of the target group. (...) II. IFAD’s Policy on Targeting and other relevant policies 7. IFAD’s Policy on Targeting (referred to hereafter as the Targeting Policy), approved in 2006, recognizes the complexity and multi-dimensionality of poverty. (...) Policy on Targeting, p. 1, para. 4. 60 IFAD. 2006. Policy on Targeting, p. 3, para. 13. 61 IFAD.
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Score: 412217 - https://www.ifad.org/documents...2a-2dd2-4304-9f86-acdc13c54a28
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In this Academy session, experts helped companies understand what science-based targets are; how to set their company’s target; and how SBTi supports these efforts. (...) Following the Science Based Targets initiative’s updated target validation criteria , companies may address relevant upstream categories by setting supplier engagement targets. These supplier engagement targets commit the company’s suppliers to setting science-based emission reduction targets.
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Score: 412196.5 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...academy-ungc/post-session-four
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Moldova_target setting_2009 United Nations Economic Commission for Europe SETTING OF TARGETS, EVALUATION OF PROGRESS AND REPORTING Main features of the Swiss-supported project in the Republic of Moldova Dr Rainer E. (...) Existing legal framework (national and international) Identification and prioritization of problems Final agreement on targets and their publication and communication to all stakeholders Implementation of the programme of measures Agreement on draft targets, programme of measures and indicators Broad consultation on proposed Targets and relevant programme of measures United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Review and assessment of progress and reporting S ta ke ho ld er in vo lv em en t R evision of targets Identification of key stakeholders Setting up a coordination mechanism Baseline analysis Environmental and health situation (water quantity / quality, diseases etc.) (...) Existing legal framework (national and international) Identification and prioritization of problems Final agreement on targets and their publication and communication to all stakeholders Implementation of the programme of measures Agreement on draft targets, programme of measures and indicators Broad consultation on proposed Targets and relevant programme of measures United Nations Economic Commission for Europe TARGET SETTING PROJECT - MANAGEMENT SCHEME FOR MOLDOVA Ministers MENR and MoH, Director General AAM SDC Project manager UNECE Links between the three main project entities United Nations Economic Commission for Europe TARGET SETTING PROJECT - MANAGEMENT SCHEME FOR MOLDOVA Technical experts from ministries and agencies Senior staff ministries and agencies NGO coordinator NGOs and other representatives of the public Management scheme involving stakeholders from administration and NGOs and the public United Nations Economic Commission for Europe TARGET SETTING PROJECT - MANAGEMENT SCHEME FOR MOLDOVA Technical experts from ministries and agencies Senior staff ministries and agencies SDC NGO coordinator NGOs and other representatives of the public Project manager UNECE Long-term consultants Other stakeholders Management scheme involving all stakeholders United Nations Economic Commission for Europe TARGET SETTING PROJECT - MANAGEMENT SCHEME FOR MOLDOVA Technical experts from ministries and agencies Senior staff of ministries and agencies SDC NGO coordinator NGOs and other representatives of the public STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING AND DECISION-MAKING BY CHAIR Project manager UNECE Long-term consultants Other stakeholders Inputs into Steering Committee meetings United Nations Economic Commission for Europe TARGET SETTING PROJECT - MANAGEMENT SCHEME FOR MOLDOVA Feedback from Steering Committee meetings Technical experts from ministries and agencies Senior staff from ministries and agencies SDC NGO coordinator NGO and other representatives of the public FEEDBACK FROM STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING AND DECISION-MAKING BY CHAIR Project manager UNECE Long-term consultants Other stakeholders United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Time schedule Agreement SDC and UNECE (July 2009) Commitment of MENR.
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Score: 412157.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...dova_target%20setting_2009.pdf
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TFIR_for_TFEWE_Geneva_ October_2009 Federal Department of Home Affairs FDHA Federal Office of Public Health FOPH Consumer Protection Directorate Setting Targets and Reporting under the Protocol on Water and Health Pierre Studer, Switzerland Work of the Task on Indicators and Reporting in relation to the activities under the Task Force on Extreme Weather Events 2 Background: Protocol on Water and health Art. 6: Targets and target dates • have to be established, except where local circumstances make them irrelevant. Art. 7: Review and assessment of progress • collect and evaluate data on indicators that are designed to show the progress made 3 Activities of the Task Force Indicators and Reporting The Task Force provides assistance: • in setting targets and target dates • in the development of a set of indicators • for reporting at national level • for establishing summary reports assessing the progress achieved towards the Protocol’s targets 4 Fields for setting targets…? Aquaculture and shellfish Bathing water Protection and use of water resources reuse of sewage sludge for irrigation Discharge of untreated waste water Management of sanitation Management of Water supply Performance of Sanitation services Performance of Water supply services % of collective systems for sanitation % of collective systems for drinking water Reduction of outbreaks Drinking Water Quality Targets on : 5 Work done by the Task Force 2 Drafts: - Guidelines on setting of targets, evaluation of progress and reporting - Summary reports in accordance with article 7 of the Protocol on Water and Health 6 Setting Targets allows: Gather all stakeholders with relevance to water and health: Platform Water and Health Expert Members of Ministeriest Canton Authorities President Brainstorming Discussion Presentation of proposals Validation Decision GNO’s Water suppliers 7 Setting Targets allows: - Assess the climate change impact on the whole water cycle and identify potential risk related to the changing environment (Baseline analysis) - Formulation of integrated policies on water/health and possibility for introduction of adequate adaptation measures/ strategies - Introduction of mid/long term objectives - Support the implementation of other international commitments (MGDs, UNFCCC) 8 Assessment and revision of targets Set targets and target dates Program of measures Review of progress 9 Future work under the Task Force Indicators and reporting - Promote target-setting - Exchange of experience - Evaluation of the first reporting exercise - Overall evaluation of progress achieved in implementing the Protocol - The next meeting of the TF/Workshop on reporting,16-18 February 2010, Geneva) 10 Thank you for your attention
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Score: 411992.9 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...EWE_Geneva_%20October_2009.pdf
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