QUÉ SIGNIFICA YOUTH2030
QUÉ SIGNIFICA YOUTH2030
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United Nations Common Country Analysis: Uzbekistan
This document provides integrated, forward-looking and evidence-based joint analysis of the context for sustainable development in Uzbekistan and represents the best of the UN’s collective analysis of the development situation in Uzbekistan for the years 2019-2020. It includes a specific section on youth, (with demographic indicators, economic participation and youth well-being and security).
UNDAF 2017-2021 - The Gambia
The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is a key element of the UN Reform and the joint response of the UN Country Team (UNCT), the national stakeholders and the Government of The Gambia to the national development priorities with the view to eradicating poverty and contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Youth is highlighted in the country context of this UNDAF.
ITU 2020 Youth Engagement Survey
In February 2020 ITU consulted youth around the world on how ITU can engage with them as an international organization.
The youth consultation was created and led by the “Youth and Media, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society”, Harvard University.
The findings of this survey have informed and will serve to support the implementation of the youth strategy.
United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework 2021-2025 for Uzbekistan
The United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (Cooperation Framework) will guide the work of the UN system in Uzbekistan until 2025.
United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework Guidance
The Cooperation Framework now guides the entire programme cycle, driving planning, implementation, monitoring, reporting and evaluation of collective UN support for achieving the 2030 Agenda.
Conflict and Development Analysis The Gambia Updated - June 2019
The Conflict and Development Analysis (CDA)
includes a section on 'Gambia’s Young Population'. under the segment 'Key Conflict Drivers'.
Common Country Analysis – United Nations in South Africa
The United Nations Common Country Analysis of South Africa examines several components, namely: the progress and localisation of the SDGs;regional and cross-border perspectives; identification of gaps and challenges including, the impacts of COVID-19 on the development of the country and theSDGs; the financing landscape; risks and identification of areas where the UN could play a fundamental role. This CCA includes a specific section of youth.