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The pandemic has triggered a vicious cycle and we must make every effort to move this cycle from vicious to virtuous. (...) The result is a further exacerbation of their vulnerability to economic and climatic shocks. In this vicious cycle we are in, SIDS face particular challenges. (...) It will be vitally important to expand access to concessional financing for SIDS to complement domestically financed stimulus packages. The latter are necessary but not sufficient to deliver on the considerable needs of SIDS during this crisis.
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Score: 1285969.2 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/news...small-island-developing-states
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The pandemic has triggered a vicious cycle and we must make every effort to move this cycle from vicious to virtuous. (...) The result is a further exacerbation of their vulnerability to economic and climatic shocks. In this vicious cycle we are in, SIDS face particular challenges. (...) It will be vitally important to expand access to concessional financing for SIDS to complement domestically financed stimulus packages. The latter are necessary but not sufficient to deliver on the considerable needs of SIDS during this crisis.
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Score: 1285969.2 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/node/1240
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An Incentives for Ecosystem Services (IES) package can create an umbrella of existing public programmes, private sector investment and civil society initiatives to co-finance and support farmers in this transition. (...) What we do Identify and describe the conditions for successful IES packages through case studies analysis. Specifically, we focus on farmers’ motivations, private sector commitments and the enabling legal and institutional frameworks that allow these stakeholders to build IES packages together. Foster forums for debate on IES packages at the global, regional and national level.
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Score: 1271294.9 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...ves-for-ecosystem-services/ru/
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An Incentives for Ecosystem Services (IES) package can create an umbrella of existing public programmes, private sector investment and civil society initiatives to co-finance and support farmers in this transition. (...) What we do Identify and describe the conditions for successful IES packages through case studies analysis. Specifically, we focus on farmers’ motivations, private sector commitments and the enabling legal and institutional frameworks that allow these stakeholders to build IES packages together. Foster forums for debate on IES packages at the global, regional and national level.
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Score: 1271294.9 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...ves-for-ecosystem-services/en/
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An Incentives for Ecosystem Services (IES) package can create an umbrella of existing public programmes, private sector investment and civil society initiatives to co-finance and support farmers in this transition. (...) What we do Identify and describe the conditions for successful IES packages through case studies analysis. Specifically, we focus on farmers’ motivations, private sector commitments and the enabling legal and institutional frameworks that allow these stakeholders to build IES packages together. Foster forums for debate on IES packages at the global, regional and national level.
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Score: 1271294.9 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...ves-for-ecosystem-services/ar/
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These people are caught in a vicious cycle of degrading natural resources, declining soil fertility, and increasing hunger. (...) The most critical point is that the approach to scaling agroecology does not transfer a pre-determined package of technologies. Instead, ANSD works with farmers to identify a “basket” of potential innovations, fosters farmer experimentation and farmer-to-farmer exchange on key agroecology principles and practices, and enables each household to apply the combination of practices that best suits their circumstances
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Score: 1166445 - https://www.fao.org/agroecology/detail/en/c/461086/
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Pastoral Risk Management in Qinghai province (China) Please note that this page is no longer being updated and it is available for historical reference only English FAO Home Climate change Qinghai project Project area Vulnerability context Project outputs Pastoral risk management agenda Good practice options Resources Pastoral Risk Management in Qinghai province (China) send by email Pastoral Risk Management In order to break the vicious cycle of disaster-poverty-resource degradation, the Chinese Government has given highest priority to disaster risk management and reduction as key elements in the national and as well as the Western-Region development strategies or programmes. (...) It was also intended that the product of this work - a package of strategies and techniques for pastoral risk management - would be extended to other areas of China with similar natural conditions and livestock production practices.
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Score: 1166445 - https://www.fao.org/climatechange/china/qinghai/en/
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Supporting their education is of vital importance given that education is the only way out of the vicious cycle of poverty, which is inherited across generations. (...) UNICEF Montenegro / Duško Miljanić / 2020 A Red Cross volunteer from Cetinje, Ivana Vujović distrubuting aid package to the boy who needs that aid in order to follow school lessons during coronavirus outbreak, in Cetinje, in May 2020 A Red Cross volunteer from Cetinje, Ivana Vujović , has been ceaselessly distributing aid packages to the most vulnerable families for days now. (...) UNICEF Montenegro / Duško Miljanić / 2020 Red Cross volunteer Ivana Vujović is delivering a package of help to a family from Cetinje, which needs that help so that children can continue learning during the coronavirus pandemic, in Cetinje, in May, 2020.
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Score: 1120827.5 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...rials-most-vulnerable-children
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All data from the online WDI (2003) except public expenditure on health (from HDR 2001). Table 3 Virtuous, Vicious and Lop-Sided Performance, 1960-2001 1960-1970 1970-1980 1980-1990 1990-2001 Africa Benin Vicious Vicious Vicious Vicious Botswana Virtuous Virtuous Virtuous HD-Lopsided Burkina Faso Vicious Vicious Vicious Vicious Burundi EG-Lopsided Vicious Vicious Vicious Cameroon Vicious EG-Lopsided Vicious Vicious Central African Republic Vicious Vicious Vicious Vicious Chad Vicious Vicious Vicious Vicious Congo, Dem. Rep. Vicious Vicious Vicious Vicious Congo, Rep. Virtuous Virtuous Vicious Vicious Cote d'Ivoire EG-Lopsided Vicious Vicious Vicious Ethiopia - - Vicious Vicious Gabon EG-Lopsided EG-Lopsided Vicious Vicious Gambia, The - Vicious Vicious Vicious Ghana HD-Lopsided Vicious Vicious Vicious Guinea-Bissau - Vicious Vicious Vicious Kenya HD-Lopsided Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Lesotho EG-Lopsided EG-Lopsided Vicious Vicious Madagascar Vicious Vicious Vicious Vicious Malawi EG-Lopsided EG-Lopsided Vicious Vicious Mali - Vicious Vicious Vicious Mauritania EG-Lopsided Vicious Vicious Vicious Mauritius - - Virtuous HD-Lopsided Mozambique - - Vicious EG-Lopsided Namibia - - Vicious Vicious Niger Vicious Vicious Vicious Vicious Nigeria EG-Lopsided Vicious Vicious Vicious Rwanda Vicious Vicious Vicious Vicious Senegal Vicious Vicious Vicious Vicious Sierra Leone EG-Lopsided Vicious Vicious Vicious South Africa Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Sudan Vicious Vicious Vicious EG-Lopsided Togo EG-Lopsided Vicious Vicious Vicious Zambia HD-Lopsided Vicious Vicious Vicious Zimbabwe Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Middle East Algeria Vicious EG-Lopsided Vicious HD-Lopsided Egypt, Arab Rep. (...) Virtuous Virtuous Virtuous Virtuous Lao PDR - - Vicious Vicious Malaysia Virtuous Virtuous HD-Lopsided Virtuous Mongolia - - Vicious Vicious Papua New Guinea EG-Lopsided Vicious HD-Lopsided Vicious Philippines Virtuous Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Singapore Virtuous Virtuous Virtuous Virtuous Thailand Virtuous Virtuous Virtuous HD-Lopsided Vietnam - - HD-Lopsided Virtuous Latin America Argentina Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Bolivia Vicious Vicious Vicious Vicious Brazil Virtuous Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Chile Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Virtuous Colombia Virtuous Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Costa Rica Virtuous Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Dominican Republic Virtuous Virtuous HD-Lopsided Virtuous Ecuador HD-Lopsided Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided El Salvador Virtuous Vicious Vicious HD-Lopsided Guatemala Virtuous EG-Lopsided Vicious HD-Lopsided Haiti Vicious EG-Lopsided Vicious Vicious Honduras Vicious Vicious HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Jamaica Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Mexico Virtuous Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Nicaragua Virtuous HD-Lopsided Vicious HD-Lopsided Panama Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Paraguay Virtuous Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Peru Virtuous Vicious HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Trinidad and Tobago Virtuous Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Uruguay HD-Lopsided Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Venezuela, RB HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided South Asia Bangladesh Vicious Vicious Vicious Vicious India Vicious Vicious EG-Lopsided Vicious Nepal Vicious Vicious Vicious Vicious Pakistan EG-Lopsided Vicious Vicious Vicious Sri Lanka Virtuous Virtuous HD-Lopsided HD-Lopsided Notes: Data source is the online World Development Indicators (2003).
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Score: 1103290.2 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/m...5/docs/Ranis%20&%20Stewart.pdf
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“Now, if that crisis comes as these countries have been significantly weakened by the economic shockwaves from the crisis. And that is a…very vicious combination of an economic crisis and a health crisis. (...) Rich industrial nations have already announced a $5 trillion global rescue package plan to provide an economic safety net to their businesses and workers.  (...) This would help to reduce a cash shortage driven by sell-offs in developing country markets and to arrest declines in currency values and asset prices.  UNCTAD package equals unpaid investment pledges  The proposed package is similar in size to the amount that would have been delivered to developing countries over the last decade if countries in the Development Assistance Committee of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development had met their 0.7 per cent Official Development Assistance target. 
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Score: 1099072.3 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/03/1060612
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