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The RPM tool manages data at the inter-cluster and cluster level, NOT at the level of individual partners. Partner-level planning and tracking is currently supported through OPS and 3W (to be replaced next year)
Flexible framework structure. The tool is fully configurable to support context-specific planning and monitoring: customising the framework elements, the clusters (or other coordination structures), the number and type of indicators, monitoring periods, level of detail expected etc.
The humanitarian programme cycle is at the heart of what OCHA does – and information is at the heart of the programme cycle.
The information services which enable the cycle are being transformed completely – seamlessly integrating needs indicators, response plans, projects, funding flows and monitoring of outcomes – to ensure effective coordination of humanitarian response.
VISION: A TRANSFORMATIONAL CHANGE FOR EFFECTIVE FIELD COORDINATION
A rapid review of the literature has found a selection of innovative WASH options available for situations of severe population overcrowding and limited spaces. Case study information was collated from African, Middle Eastern, South Asian and Caribbean countries. As requested, a number of experts were consulted for their opinion where there was a lack of project evaluations or grey literature.
The available evidence on the impact of diversity on individual/team/organisational effectiveness in organisations is inconclusive and mixed as to its beneficial and negative outcomes. The majority of the literature seems to focus on private firms; who have reaped business benefits from equality and diversity, but not all firms, in all contexts, at all times. Knowledge about how, when, and why diversity and diversity management affects effective performance and organisational outcomes is limited.
Where is child labour in agriculture most prevalent and what are the impacts of this labour on children? This query will identify and summarise evidence on:
• Where is the biggest issue of child labour in agriculture? Which countries? Which supply chains? Which farm structures?
• How are gender roles and age differences reflected in the understanding about child labour in agriculture and supply chains?
• Do any other features of marginalisation stand out in the literature e.g. caste, household income?
How do OECD countries collect data on children trafficked into their own countries for the worst forms of child labour, and what data is publicly available?
Including data on: main routes for trafficking children, number of children that die in transit, cost of trafficking children, prosecution for various actors along the supply chain (suppliers vs. buyers).
What has worked to improve adult literacy and numeracy in resource constrained settings?
Identify evidence on approaches to measuring the prevalence of Violence in Schools across low and middle income countries and the data available based on these measurement approaches.
This should consist of:
a) A list of key sources of evidence on how the occurrence and prevalence of violence in schools is measured (with a focus on low to middle income countries).
What evidence is there on the impact of school health programmes/initiatives on: enrolment, retention/dropout of students, learning outcomes; health and nutritional benefits of students, families and communities by type of institution?
If possible, break down results by type of institution (primary, secondary, and tertiary) as objectives may vary by age group.
A rapid literature review of the evidence on interventions supporting parents to participate more in their children’s learning in Tanzania and other similar resource-constrained contexts. What does the evidence say on the results and lessons learned from these interventions, including on the effects of the way the parents participate? Where possible, gender dimensions will be flagged.
Summary of key findings
What data do we have about the prevalence of the worst forms of child labour? How robust are the data and what are the limitations of existing data sets?
Is there evidence about modes of delivery for school health programmes, such as school clinics with permanent nurses vs visiting nurses, or other methods?
The Regional Strategic Plan for Immunization (RSPI) for the African region was adopted, in 2014, by the 64th session of the WHO Regional Commiמּee for Africa with the goal of achieving universal immunization coverage and reducing mortality and morbidity from vaccine preventable diseases (VPD) within the WHO African Region by the end of 2020. The plan was developed in line with the Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP), approved by the World Health Assembly in 2012, which aims to prevent millions of deaths by the end of the Decade of Vaccines in 2020.
KEY MESSAGES THE CONTEXT OF MIGRATION, AGRICULTURE AND CLIMATE CHANGE
• Climate change is a cause of rural migration and intensifies other socio-economic drivers of migration, such as rural poverty and food insecurity.
• Short- and long-term effects of climate change have significant impacts on agricultural productivity, rural livelihoods and, indirectly, migration flows.
1.1 Faire face à une pandémie de grippe
Une pandémie est la propagation d'une nouvelle maladie à l'échelle mondiale. Les pandémies de grippe sont imprévisibles. Ce sont pourtant des événements récurrents qui peuvent avoir des répercussions considérables pour la santé, la population et l'économie dans le monde. La préparation et la planification sont des mesures déterminantes pour pouvoir atténuer les risques propres à une pandémie et l’impact de celle-ci.