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Score: 1137351.4 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM1/E/BZ.html
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This quiz focuses on SDG7 to discuss why affordable and clean energy matters for all.  Test your knowledge on SDG7 with our quiz! (...) How many people around the world lack access to clean cooking fuels and technologies? A. 790 million B. 1.3 billion C. 2.6 billion Correct!  According to the latest Energy Progress Report, the global population without access to clean cooking solutions was 2.6 billion as of 2019.
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Score: 1105078.5 - https://www.un.org/en/node/140007
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This quiz focuses on SDG7 to discuss why affordable and clean energy matters for all.  Test your knowledge on SDG7 with our quiz! (...) How many people around the world lack access to clean cooking fuels and technologies? A. 790 million B. 1.3 billion C. 2.6 billion Correct!  According to the latest Energy Progress Report, the global population without access to clean cooking solutions was 2.6 billion as of 2019.
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Score: 1105078.5 - https://www.un.org/en/academic...93-affordable-and-clean-energy
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Fuel and light 9 38.3 ... Furniture, cleaning materials and domestic services 55 48.7 ... (...) Fuel and light 9 37.6 ... Furniture, cleaning materials and domestic services 55 44.1 ... (...) Fuel and light 9 41 ... Furniture, cleaning materials and domestic services 55 47 ...
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Score: 1103847.3 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM1/E/EG.html
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Results Production and generation of income account 2017p I N F O R M A C I Ó N P A R A T O D O S Thousand of hours Functionality Men Women Total Percentage structure (%) Participation of women (%) Food management and preparation 1.675.782 11.184.945 12.860.727 35,2 87,0 Maintenance of textiles and footwear 471.940 3.468.810 3.940.750 10,8 88,0 Cleaning and maintenance in the household 2.355.115 6.683.931 9.039.046 24,8 73,9 Shoppings and household management 1.724.584 2.005.840 3.730.424 10,2 53,8 Care and support for household members 1.479.043 4.741.177 6.220.220 17,0 76,2 Volunteer working 190.387 527.274 717.661 2,0 73,5 Total TDCNR 7.896.851 28.611.976 36.508.827 100,0 78,4 Annual hours dedicated to TDCNR according to functionality and Gender Percentage structure by functionality and participation of women 2017 Source: DANE. (...) Thousand of hours Source: DANE. 0 40 0 90 I N F O R M A C I Ó N P A R A T O D O S Percentage of participation in TDCNR by functionality and gender National total In 2017, the total hours dedicated to TDCNR in Colombia by the population aged 10 years and above was 36.508.827 thousand hours, this total of hours was done by 88.5% of women and 58.4% of men Source: DANE. 24,9 9,1 34,0 20,9 14,4 1,1 58,4 74,4 38,0 68,9 23,7 28,9 2,2 88,5 - 10,0 20,0 30,0 40,0 50,0 60,0 70,0 80,0 90,0 100,0 Food management and preparation Maintenance of textiles and footwear Cleaning and maintenance in the household Shoppings and household management Care and support for household members Volunteer working Total TDCNR Men Women I N F O R M A C I Ó N P A R A T O D O S Average hours of weekly dedication By educational level Regarding the educational level, for the functionality of food management and preparation it is found that those who have reached basic elementary school at the most, the average weekly hours of dedication is: • Women 17,3 • Men 8,6 The highest value by this functionality for both sexes. (...) Age range Functionality Men Women M/W 10 to 18 years Food management and preparation 3,7 6,7 1,8 Maintenance of textiles and footwear 4,0 6,5 1,6 Cleaning and maintenance in the household 5,4 6,8 1,3 Shoppings and household management 5,1 5,2 1,0 Care and support for household members 10,8 13,9 1,3 Volunteer working 11,8 16,7 1,4 19 to 28 years Food management and preparation 5,8 13,2 2,3 Maintenance of textiles and footwear 5,3 8,5 1,6 Cleaning and maintenance in the household 6,6 8,7 1,3 Shoppings and household management 7,4 7,5 1,0 Care and support for household members 10,1 18,4 1,8 Volunteer working 16,6 19,0 1,1 29 to 38 years Food management and preparation 7,0 15,4 2,2 Maintenance of textiles and footwear 5,3 9,3 1,8 Cleaning and maintenance in the household 6,8 9,6 1,4 Shoppings and household management 8,3 7,7 0,9 Care and support for household members 10,6 16,6 1,6 Volunteer working 15,2 18,5 1,2 39 to 48 years Food management and preparation 7,7 16,1 2,1 Maintenance of textiles and footwear 5,6 9,6 1,7 Cleaning and maintenance in the household 7,5 10,0 1,3 Shoppings and household management 9,0 8,8 1,0 Care and support for household members 10,3 12,9 1,3 Volunteer working 18,6 22,6 1,2 49 to 60 years Food management and preparation 8,4 16,8 2,0 Maintenance of textiles and footwear 5,7 9,1 1,6 Cleaning and maintenance in the household 7,6 10,6 1,4 Shoppings and household management 9,4 9,3 1,0 Care and support for household members 8,8 11,4 1,3 Volunteer working 21,0 26,9 1,3 More than 60 years Food management and preparation 8,9 15,9 1,8 Maintenance of textiles and footwear 5,4 8,2 1,5 Cleaning and maintenance in the household 8,7 10,0 1,2 Shoppings and household management 10,3 9,3 0,9 Care and support for household members 9,5 10,0 1,1 Volunteer working 21,0 27,0 1,3 Extended Work Tables 2016-2019p I N F O R M A C I Ó N P A R A T O D O S Annual hours worked by the PET* in job SNA, TDCNR and total Million hours - Average 2016-2019p Source: DANE. 39.976 47.669 32.147 18.941 7.829 28.728 0 10.000 20.000 30.000 40.000 50.000 60.000 Men Women Men Women Men Women Total work Work within the SNA border TDCNR I N F O R M A C I Ó N P A R A T O D O S Annual hours worked by the PET in TDCNR (Labor market situation) Million hours - Average 2016-2019p Source: DANE. 7.829 28.728 741 1.784 2.144 16.990 4.944 9.955 0 5.000 10.000 15.000 20.000 25.000 30.000 35.000 Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women Total TDCNR Unemployed Population Inactive Population Employed Population I N F O R M A C I Ó N P A R A T O D O S Average weekly hours worked by PET total work Average 2016-2019p Source: DANE.
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Score: 1087454.6 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...satellite-account-colombia.pdf
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Definition: Proportion of population with primary reliance on clean fuels and technology is calculated as the number of people using clean fuels and technologies for cooking, heating and lighting divided by total population reporting that any cooking, heating or lighting, expressed as percentage. (...) Disaggregation: Location (urban/rural) Method of measurement The indicator is calculated as the number of people using clean fuels and technologies divided by total population, expressed as a percentage. (...) The reasons are the following: - Modelled estimates versus survey data point. - Use of different definitions of clean fuels and technologies (electricity, natural gas, LPG, inclusion or not of kerosene). - Use of different total population estimate - Estimates are expressed as percentage of population using clean fuels and technologies (as per SDG indicator) as compared to percentage of household using clean fuels and technologies (as assessed by surveys such as DHS or MICS Contact person email: [email protected] Name: [email protected] Links: Burning opportunity: clean household energy for health, sustainable development, and wellbeing of women and children.
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Score: 1078796.9 - https://www.who.int/data/gho/d...ls-and-technologies-proportion
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PowerPoint Presentation TOWARDS CLEAN, RENEWABLE AND EFFICIENT ENERGY USE BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 2nd webinar on 24 February on Energy within UNDA project “Improved environmental monitoring and assessment in support of the 2030 Agenda in South-Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus” Content 1 2 Most important recent achievements in country Development areas Urgent actions to be undertaken/processes to be started3 1 a SDG Indicator 7.1.2 - Proportion of population with primary reliance on clean fuels and technology b SDG Indicator 7.2.1- Renewable energy share in the total final energy consumption c SDG Indicator 7.3.1- Energy intensity measured in terms of primary energy and GDP Most important recent achievements in country FRAMEWORK ENERGY STRATEGY OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA UNTIL 2035 (FES) • FES is aimed at prioritising the key energy strategic guidelines of Bosnia and Herzegovina with clearly set objectives and implementation priorities to be reached in the years to come, • Also, strategic guidelines form for the application and withdrawal of the IPA and WBIF funds for the Bosnia and Herzegovina energy sector, • The overall life-cycle approach includes six elements: Diagnostics, Strategy, Development plan, Preparation, Implementation, Monitoring and evaluation, • electricity segment, the following topic are elaborated: European and regional trends, coal mine issues, market system organization…; oil segment - the research and exploitation process and import of oil and oil derivatives; gas segment, -an overview of the entire market structure, analysis of import activities; “energy trilemma” , through a prism of security of supply, price competitiveness and decarbonisation, i.e. clean and sustainable energy, elaborates the key energy segments and issues. 1 Most important recent achievements in country-continuous • FES- Energy efficiency Most important recent achievements in country-continuous • Key elements of long-term energy efficiency strategy The most important strategic documents in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources in BiH • Energy Efficiency Action Plan of Bosnia and Herzegovina for the period 2016-2018 - adopted 2017 • Energy Efficiency Action Plan of Bosnia and Herzegovina for the period 2019- 2021.- adoption in the process • Draft of Integral Strategy for the Renovation of buildings in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the period until 2050 have been prepared • National Renewable Energy Action Plan – adopted 2016 • Activities for the transition to the market based support oriented incentive systems for the renewable energy are in ongoing • The Action plans for energy efficiency and renewable energy sources will be replaced by the NECP BIH. (...) BiH has significant reserves in fossil fuels and potential renewables, especially hydropower, of which only one-third of total potential is being used. http://vodic.usaideia.ba/ SDG Indicator 7.1.2 - Proportion of population with primary reliance on clean fuels and technologya Data Source: UN database - Estimated data SDG Indicator 7.2.1- Renewable energy share in the total final energy consumptionb According to the latest available data from 2019 the renewable energy share in the total final energy consumption in Bosnia and Herzegovina was 37.58%, and increased by 1.6% compared to 2018. (...) Agency for statistics of Bosnia and Herzegovina web site: www.bhas.gov.ba Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of Bosnia and Herzegovina web site: www.mvteo.gov.ba http://www.bhas.gov.ba/ http://www.mvteo.gov.ba/ Slide Number 1 Content Most important recent achievements in country Most important recent achievements in country-continuous Most important recent achievements in country-continuous The most important strategic documents in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources in BiH National Energy and Climate Plan of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) for the period 2021-2030 (NECP BIH) Development areas Development areas – continuous Urgent actions to be undertaken/processes to be started  SDG Indicator 7.1.2 - Proportion of population with primary reliance on clean fuels and technology  SDG Indicator 7.2.1- Renewable energy share in the total final energy consumption SDG Indicator 7.3.1- Energy intensity measured in terms of primary energy and GDP Slide Number 14
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Score: 1078251 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...0UNDA_country%20experience.pdf
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As economies recover from the shock of the pandemic, a focus on clean energy investment offers a huge opportunity to stimulate economic activity, provide reliable clean energy employment, and put global emissions into structural decline. (...) Roles of governments, public and private sectors to achieve real-world fit-for net zero clean energy investment projects 3. Opportunities and innovative strategies to expand clean energy finance 1. (...) This is a small fraction of total energy investment needs and can benefit one third of the global population while improving resilience to the health crisis.  Illicit financial flows deprive some key regions of critical resources that are necessary to finance clean energy transitions and resilient recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Score: 1074673.4 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...nergy_-_concept_note_twg_5.pdf
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As economies recover from the shock of the pandemic, a focus on clean energy investment offers a huge opportunity to stimulate economic activity, provide reliable clean energy employment, and put global emissions into structural decline. (...) Roles of governments, public and private sectors to achieve real-world fit-for net zero clean energy investment projects 3. Opportunities and innovative strategies to expand clean energy finance 1. (...) This is a small fraction of total energy investment needs and can benefit one third of the global population while improving resilience to the health crisis.  Illicit financial flows deprive some key regions of critical resources that are necessary to finance clean energy transitions and resilient recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Score: 1074673.4 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...nergy_-_concept_note_twg_5.pdf
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Ali Qasem Ali, Communication Officer, UNICEF Aden Field Office UNICEF Yemen/2018/Alsobihi 27 September 2018 Hadramaut, Yemen, 27 September 2018  – In Yemen, access to clean water is extremely costly for the most vulnerable people. (...) The escalation of conflict since 2015 has only exacerbated this already dire situation. Access to clean water is especially critical to prevent waterborne diseases, such as cholera, from spreading further. (...) More than 75,000 people in these two districts will finally have access to clean water. UNICEF Yemen/2018/Alsobihi Workers digging the soil to replace the old pipe networks in Tarim city and its suburbs.
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Score: 1070530.3 - https://www.unicef.org/yemen/s...gent-need-assistance-hadramaut
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