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Our Partners 100 Resilient Cities works with a wide range of partners from the private, public, academic, and non-profit sectors to grow the urban resilience movement globally and give cities access to the resources they need to become more resilient
- Developing a capacity for organizational resilience . . .
What are the characteristics of an HR system designed to develop a capacity for organizational resilience? To answer this question, we use the model depicted in Fig 1, adapted from Lepak et al (2004) This model consists of three components: HR principles, HR policies, and desired employee contributions
- Urban Resilience Officer, (Dakar (Senegal)), Deadline: 9 . . .
BACKGROUND Fast growing cities and urban areas of the world are engines of growth and wealth accumulation This growth can have positive social, cultural and educational impacts
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Helping child serving organizations and entities achieve better outcomes for children
- Sustainable Development | IISD
The concept of sustainable development is defined as development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs Learn more about the topic of sustainable development from IISD's experts and the work being done
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Featured McKinsey Global Institute Our mission is to help leaders in multiple sectors develop a deeper understanding of the global economy
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Making SMEs and start-ups a driver of growth and job creation requires a number of policies to improve the performance of SMEs, whose labour productivity in the manufacturing sector has fallen to less than a third of that in large companies
- Strategies for building resilience to hazards in water . . .
1 Introduction One of the largest risks to people living in urban areas in the developing world is a lack of improved water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) provision Access to water and sanitation is an important factor in determining social vulnerability to natural hazards, not only for meeting immediate needs, but also for the wider application of relevant disaster prevention