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Human Security: Who is Doing What???


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Human Security: Who is Doing What???

  2. 2. HUMAN SECURITY: INDICATORS FOR MEASUREMENT  Economic security  Food Security  Environmental security  Health Security  Personal security  Community security  Political security
  3. 3. BILATERAL AGENCIES Countries Bilateral agencies Acronyms Thematic Areas of work Details Australia AusAid  Poverty reduction  Regional stability  Health  Education  Economic development,  Trade and productivity  Humanitarian assistance during conflict situation France Andean Development Corporation AFD  Energy  Post crisis Begin funding after 2010 United Kingdom Department for International Development DFID  Funding for humanitarian emergencies and fragile states (Humanitarian response funding) • Education • Health • Humanitarian assistance • Poverty and hunger reduction • Governance and security [1] (Operational plan 2011-15)
  4. 4. CONTINUED Canada Canadian International Development Agency CIDA  Children and Youth training of teachers)  Economic Growth (women empowerment) Denmark Danish International Development Agency DANIDA  Peace Building  Livelihood  Education in KP and FATA  Enhanced democratization  Human rights  Gender Multi Donor Trust Fund United of America United States Agency for International Development USAID  Energy  Economic Growth & Agriculture  Stabilization  Education  Health  Good Governance and Gender Equality (women empowerment) [1]
  5. 5. Germany German Society for International cooperation GIZ  Education and vocational training  Health  Renewable energies and energy efficiency  Good governance Japan Japan International Cooperation Cooperation Agency JICA  Ensuring human security and human human development,  Improving the economic base, and and  Stable, balanced development such as such as in Pakistan -Afghanistan border areas Sweden Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency SIDA  Democracy, equality and human rights  Economic development  Knowledge, health and social development  Sustainable development  Peace and security  No work in Pakistan
  6. 6. Norway Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation Norad  Education and health  Women, gender equality and human rights  Good governance and peace building  Rural development  Culture/sense of identity New Zealand New Zealand Development No bilateral aid program for for Pakistan Netherlands Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ireland Irish Aid Rapid Response Register APSO Hunger alleviation No work in Pakistan [1]
  7. 7. MULTILATERAL AGENCIES  Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s)  Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger  Improve maternal health  Achieve universal primary education  Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases  Promote gender equality and empower women  Ensure environmental sustainability  Reduce child mortality  Develop a global partnership for development
  8. 8. Multilateral Agencies Acronyms Areas of Work Details/ Status African Development Bank AfDB   Not functional in Pakistan Asian Development Bank ADB  Poverty reduction  Education  Economic empowerment  Water and sanitation  Infrastructure development  Environment/ cleaner energy operations  Functional in Pakistan Colombo Plan- Cooperative Economic and Social Development in Asia and the Pacific CP  Drug prevention  PPA-Development of Human capital  PPSD-Development of small and medium enterprises  Functional in Pakistan
  9. 9. International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD; part of the World Bank Group)  Poverty reduction by ensuring SD through loans, guarantees, risk management products, Analytical and advisory services  Functional in Pakistan Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency MIGA, part of of the World Bank Group  Promote foreign direct investment (FDI) (FDI) into developing countries to help help support economic growth, reduce reduce poverty, and improve people's people's lives.  Infrastructure  Agribusiness  Manufacturing And Services  Mining  Functional in Pakistan International Fund for Agricultural Development IFAD  In Pakistan it aims to combat rural poverty by rural development.  Eradicating poverty in vulnerable and and remote areas  Achieving community participation  Identifying opportunities for innovation innovation  Supporting partnerships between the the public and private sectors.   Functional in Pakistan
  10. 10. International Organization for Migration IOM  Migration management Migration and development  Facilitating migration,  Regulating migration,  Addressing forced migration  Functional in Pakistan Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development OECD  Promote policies that will improve the economic economic and social well-being of people around around the world.  Education  Health  Economic infrastructure and services  Social sectors  Humanitarian aid  Multi-sector  Functional in Pakistan since 1970 Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU CTA  Advance food and nutritional security, increase prosperity and encourage sound natural resource resource management in ACP (Asian, Caribbean and Caribbean and Pacific) countries.  Not functional in Pakistan United Nation UN  UN commission on Human Security  United Nation trust fund on Human Security  United Nations Children's Fund UNICEF  Child protection, education, health and nutrition and nutrition and water and sanitation  Functional in Pakistan United Nations Conference on Trade and Development UNCTAD  Deals with development issues, particularly international trade – the main driver of development.  Functional in Pakistan
  11. 11. United Nations Development Programme UNDP  Economic  SOCIAL  POLITICAL  Functional in Pakistan United Nations Environment Programme UNEP  NEP acts as a catalyst, advocate, educator and facilitator to promote the the wise use and sustainable development of the global environment. environment.  CC  Disaster and conflicts  Ecosystem management  Environmental governance  Chemicals and Wastes  Resource efficiency  Functional in Pakistan United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees UNHCR  Help the uprooted and stateless  Protection  Assistance  Emergency response  Environment  Durable solution  Pakistan is hosting 1.6 million refugees- hence it it secures major funds from UNHCR (62% funds along with Afghanistan & & Iran)
  12. 12. United Nations Industrial Development Organization UNIDO  Promotes industrial development for poverty reduction, inclusive globalization and environmental sustainability  Technical cooperation  Analytical and policy advisory services  Standard setting and compliance  Functional in Pakistan World Bank Group WB  Rural services and infrastructure  Education  Participation and civic engagement engagement  Public expenditure, financial management and procurement  Gender  Water resources management  Administrative and civil service reform reform  Environmental policies and institutions institutions  Health system performance  Functional in Pakistan
  13. 13. World Food Programme WFP  Hunger- MDG 1  Functional in Pakistan World Health Organization WHO  Health- MDG 2,4,7  Functional in Pakistan World Trade Organization WTO  Trade- MDG 8  Functional in Pakistan
  14. 14. QUESTION 1 Keeping in view the moderated discussion- are human security indictors serving programmatic and research needs of the sector?
  15. 15. QUESTION 2 What changes need to be made: any human security indicators that are missing, or should be removed or substituted?
  16. 16. QUESTION 3 Post 2015 Development framework may have Human security as an overarching themes, how should human security indicators be restructured or reorganized?
  17. 17. Thank you