Multi-country Sustainable Development Framework

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United Nations Multi-country Sustainable Development Framework

The priority area A Sustainable and Resilient Guyana is a call for the UN to support Guyana in addressing the effects of climate change on livelihoods, especially those who are most vulnerable. It focuses on UN System support to strengthening institutional and community resilience in the Caribbean in terms of natural resources management, the protection and sustainable use of terrestrial, coastal and marine ecosystems, renewable energy systems, and inclusive and sustainable societies. Finally, it demands an integrated approach to the sustainable use and management of natural resources. Final outcomes for the United Nations Multi-Country Sustainable Development Framework 1. Policies and programmes for climate change adaption, disaster risk reduction and universal access to clean and sustainable energy in place. 2. Inclusive and sustainable solutions adopted for the conservation, the restoration and the use of ecosystems and natural resources.
Implementing the UN MSDF in Guyana: Delivering as One The Government of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana (GCRG) and the UN system will work together on national development priorities towards the SDGs. The UN system will bring its diverse mandates and expertise together to find solutions with government and state institutions, civil society, private sector, communities and other regional and international development partners to address multi-dimensional developmental challenges. The Country Implementation Plan is the annual plan that consolidates activities and expected results agreed between the Government and the UN through a Joint National Steering Committee. Financial resources are provided by international donor partners and the Government of Guyana. Programmatic Interventions of Guyana’s Country Implementation Plan An Inclusive, Equitable and Prosperous Guyana Safe, Cohesive and Just Guyana A Healthy Guyana A Sustainable and Resilient Guyana A Sustainable and Resilient Guyana Rights…
Two thousand and seventeen (2017) marked the first year of implementing the United Nations (UN) Caribbean Multi-country Sustainable Development Framework (MSDF), which comes to an end in 2021 and the Delivering as One approach in Guyana.   The MSDF is the first regional UN Development Assistance Framework in the Caribbean with 18 countries and territories that allows the UN Development System to work at both regional and country levels to set the path towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. The MSDF and Delivering as One started with intensive consultation between the Government of the Co-operative Republic of…
The roll-out of year one of the 2018/2019 Country Implementation Plan (CIP) was characterised by concerted efforts by the Government of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana (GCRG), with effective leadership by the coordinatingThe roll-out of year one of the 2018/2019 Country Implementation Plan (CIP) was characterised by concerted efforts by the Government of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana (GCRG), with effective leadership by the coordinatingagencies, the Ministry of Finance and the United Nations Country Team (UNCT), to achieve the outcomes of the four (4) pillars of the CIP: An Inclusive, Equitable and Prosperous Guyana; A Healthy Guyana; A Safe, Cohesive and JustGuyana and A Sustainable and Resilient Guyana.
Authors/editor(s): MANUEL CONTRERAS-URBINA, ANGELA BOURASSA, ROXANNE MYERS, JUNIOR OVINCE, RUTH RODNEY AND SIREESHA BOBBIL The Guyana Women’s Health and Life Experiences Survey 2018 is the first report to provide a comprehensive examination of the nature and prevalence of violence against women and girls in Guyana. The Guyana Bureau of Statistics undertook a national mixed-methods study to better understand the magnitude of and women’s experiences with gender-based violence (GBV) in all regions of Guyana.
Authors/editor(s): RUTH RODNEY AND SIREESHA BOBBILI The overall aim of this research was to contribute contextual information to the Women’s Health and Life Experiences Survey (WHLES) to explain the “why” and “how” of Guyanese women’s experiences of violence in their relationships. This qualitative component captured the perspectives of survivors and community members on this issue. The study was conducted with support from UN Women, UNDP and USAID.
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