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Expansion of Employment and Income Through Local Resource Mobilisation
by International Labour Org
Written in English
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In real terms, Resource Mobilization means expansion of relations with the Resource Providers, the skills, knowledge and capacity for proper use of resources. Resource Mobilization does not only mean use of money but it extensiveness denotes the process that achieves the mission of the Organization through the mobilization of knowledge in human. Balanced regional development paves the way for optimum utilisation of resources available in different regions of the country. Over concentration of industrial activity into certain centres leads to wastage of local resources like raw materials, fuels, labour, skills, etc. for their non utilisation. (b) Expansion of employment opportunities.
ADVERTISEMENTS: Taxation and Mobilization of Resources for Economic Growth! Taxation is an important instrument for fiscal policy which can be used for mobilizing resources for capital formation in the public sector. To raise ratio of savings to national income and thereby raise resources for development, it is necessary that marginal saving rate be kept higher [ ]. Resource mobilization is the process of getting resources from the resource provider, using different mechanisms, to implement an organization's predetermined goals. It is a theory that is used in the study of social movements and argues that the success of social movements depends on resources (time, money, skills, etc.) and the ability to use them.
This book analyzes revenues, policy, and administration of Domestic Resource Mobilization (DRM) in developing countries. It provides a broad landscape of practical examples, drawing from lessons learned in World Bank operations across Global Practices over the past several by: 2. Domestic Resource Mobilization with variations based on income and natural resource-based grouping effectiveness of domestic resource mobilization agenda through providing effective.
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Expansion of Employment and Income Through Local Resource Mobilization: A Study of Three Villages in Pakistan Paperback – January 1, by Muhammed Arif (Author), Bashir Ahmed (Author), Muhammad Jannisar (Author) & 0 moreAuthors: Muhammed Arif, Bashir Ahmed, Muhammad Jannisar.
Get this from a library. Employment expansion through local resource mobilisation: papers and proceedings of a workshop, Comilla, Bangladesh, July [Center on Integrated Rural Development for Asia and the Pacific.; Asian Employment Programme.; Asian Regional Team for Employment Promotion.;].
LOCAL RESOURCE MOBILATION Local resource mobilation references the corporate strategy that focuses actively on seeking indigenous resources and innovations for conversion into global products. It is designed to increase employment and related opportunities for locals toward enhanced income File Size: 69KB.
Local Resource Mobilisation describes the activity of finding new ways of engaging resources in the local environment (i.e. funds, people, goods and services) to support an organisation and make it self-sustaining. It encompasses a wide range of strategies going from income generation schemes to locally based fundraising or building volunteer.
and investing domestic resources, the key policy and institutional drivers are in the hands of governments, particularly in low-income countries.
In that context, public resource mobilization through taxation occupies a central role in building states and shaping their ties and accountability to society.
Aid donors can play a supportive roleFile Size: KB. governance for resource mobilization, allocation and management. It is also a forum for open dialogue between headquarters and the regions on harmonization, knowledge sharing and continuous improvement of the resource mobilization effort.
It is the responsibility of all staff to participate in the mobilization of resources to supportFile Size: KB. Domestic revenue mobilisation, as measured by the tax-to-GDP ratio, has increased only moderately since in five of the case countries; China is the exception.
Despite major tax reforms and increases in income per capita, all five countries have tax-to-GDP ratios below the average for countries with similar levels of income, and lower. the employment and human resources mobilization aspect of the Islamic financial system emphasizing that the system has a more powerful built-in model of human resources mobilization than existing models of employ-ment and human resources mobilization discussed in conventional economics.
STRATEGIC GUIDELINES ON PARTNERSHIPS AND RESOURCE MOBILIZATION. Rationale and Purpose • Partnerships and collaborative relationships contribute to the Agency’s programme delivery and are therefore critical to delivering results and to ensuring the continued provision of high quality services to the benefit of Member Size: 90KB.
LGU Revenue & Resources Mobilisation Tools 1. TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1. APPROACHES AND TOOLS IN RESOURCE MOBILIZATION Dual Nature of LGUs Resource Mobilization Strategies Who Benefits and Who Pays Principle (with Figure) Service Delivery Options Criteria in Determining Service Delivery Options Five Steps for Effective LGU Revenue Generation and Resource Mobilization.
lenges in resource mobilization, the goals of the Federation-Wide Re-source Mobilization Strategy (the Strategy) are to: 1.
maintain leadership in resource mobilization for emergencies 2. grow non-emergency income for international and domestic work 3. increase resource mobilization capacity of National Societies. Resource and resource mobilization, definition and outline 6. Types of resource and resource providers 7.
Mechanism of resource mobilization 8. Analysis of factors that motivate resource providers 9. Gap between resource mobilization and strategy planning Mapping of resource provider and information collection File Size: KB.
Get this from a library. Expansion of employment and income through local resource mobilisation: a study of three villages in Pakistan. [Muhammad Arif, Dr.; Bashir Ahmed; Muhammad Jannisar; Asian Employment Programme.].
Resource mobilization module learning approach Using small group interactive exercises, large group discussions, role plays, and examples from organizations, facilitators will draw upon participants’ own experience, knowledge, and ideas to help.
Capacity in Resource Mobilization through Business Activities C h a p t e r III. Achieving Financial Security through Diversification Any smart private investor will say that the key to financial security is diversification, i.e., holding a mixed portfolio of investments rather than depending on a single investment to meet current and future File Size: KB.
Resource mobilization refers to all activities involved in securing new and additional resources for your organization. It also involves making better use of, and maximizing, existing resources. Resource mobilization is often referred to as ‘New Business Development’. Strengthening Domestic Resource Mobilization Strengthening Domestic Resource Mobilization Moving from Theory to Practice in Low- and Middle-Income Countries Raul Felix Junquera-Varela, Marijn Verhoeven, Gangadhar P.
Shukla, Bernard Haven, Rajul Awasthi, and Blanca Moreno-Dodson DIRECTIONS IN DEVELOPMENT Public Sector Governance. resource mobilization strategy/policy, monitoring and regular updates.
The existence and size of the structure in place vary from one entity to another. Organizations which have. for Improving Resource Mobilization in Developing Countries and Countries with Economies in Transition.
Special thanks to Maria Radu and also Marina Mak for providing technical support. The views expressed are those of the individual authors and editor and do not imply any expression of opinion on the part of the United Nations. Update on resource mobilization and Action Plan for continuing resource mobilization efforts throughout the replenishment cycle GF/B37/28 MayKigali, Rwanda Board Discussion Purpose of the paper: The purpose of this paper is to: i.
provide an update on resource mobilization File Size: KB. Interest in enhancing revenue mobilization in developing countries is increasing. Most developing countries are emerging from the crisis with their fiscal prospects broadly intact (IMF, a), but with many still facing a fundamental need to raise more revenue from their own tax bases.Understanding the Mobilization of Resources.
Mobilization of resources is a key topic under Indian Economy for the IAS examination. In this article, we will cover the definition, major features, types and issues pertaining to mobilization of resources.
Domestic resources can be defined as the economic resources that are present within the.3. The UNICEF resource mobilization strategy therefore addresses both fundraising for UNICEF-supported programmes as well as advocacy for the allocation of resources to child-focused programmes in general, not necessarily through UNICEF.
I. Introduction 4. Transforming our world: the Agenda for Sustainable Development (Agenda )File Size: KB.