32. İSEDAK Bakanlar Oturumu Politika Tavsiyeleri

Tarım(EN)

Tarım(EN)

  • Identifying the knowledge and information gaps regarding the levels and specific causes of on-farm food losses for key crops and food products with a view to providing solutions for each OIC Member Country
  • Improving/developing agricultural extension, training and outreach activities for reducing on-farm food losses
  • Developing specific programs/projects to address on-farm losses in agricultural value chains in cooperation with the relevant OIC Institutions
  • Setting up national post-harvest losses reduction coordination committees with a view to identifying, prioritizing and sharing post-harvest losses data and practices across a range of strategic commodities and raising awareness on post-harvest losses
  • Mobilizing agricultural finance providers to allocate more financial resources with a view to addressing agricultural infrastructure investment needs in post-harvest losses
  • Improving and developing agricultural extension, training and outreach activities for reducing post-harvest losses
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Mali İşbirliği(EN)

Mali İşbirliği(EN)

  • Developing/ Supporting Legal Framework for Islamic Finance by Reviewing Islamic Financial Laws, Tax Regimes, Dispute Settlement Framework and Bankruptcy Law,
  • Developing Necessary Regulatory and Supervisory Institutional Framework for the Islamic Financial Services Industries (IFSI) through Adopting Standards Developed by Islamic Financial Architecture Institutions and Improving the National Framework,
  • Establishing a Sound Governance Framework by Introducing the Requirement of Shariah Governance at the Financial Institution Level in Islamic Financial Laws and in Regulations,
  • Enhancing Consumer Protection and Financial Education through Ensuring Full Disclosure in Islamic Finance Contracts and Having Financial Education Programs to Increase Awareness and the Level of Understanding of Islamic Financial Transactions,
  • Developing Liquidity Infrastructure for Islamic Financial Sector by Issuing Shariah Compliant Liquidity Instruments, Developing an Active Islamic Money Market and Ensuring Lender of the Last Resort to Offer Shariah Compliant Facilities.

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Yoksullukla Mücadele(EN)

Yoksullukla Mücadele(EN)

  • Promoting formalization in the labor market through creating a regulatory environment for facilitating the transition of informal businesses to formal sector, and increasing the productivity of informally employed and long-term unemployed people via training and skill-development programs, credit and business development services
  • Promoting free and universal health care coverage for vulnerable groups
  • Developing specific social safety net programs to improve the access of vulnerable children to health and education services for preventing intergenerational transmission of poverty
  • Designing specific social safety net programs to offer a minimum regular income to people who cannot work (disabled, poor female -headed households, elderly without a pension) as well as developing social safety net programs (including activation programs) for people who can work
  • Developing a sound policy framework at the national level coherent with legislations and mechanisms in the host countries and strengthening their institutional and human capacity in order to manage diverse set of forced migration flows and address the needs of migrants
  • Facilitating access to safe and affordable housing with a view to decreasing housing shortages and the economic burden on both migrants and host communities and allowing them to actively participate in daily life in the host country
  • Increasing the forced migrants’ access to labour market through providing work permits and developing programs for upgrading their skills with a view to enhancing self-sustainability
  • Ensuring forced migrants’ access to health and education services through eliminating the practical barriers including linguistic disparities and service fees
  • Collecting reliable data on forced migrant population with a view to increasing the efficiency of policy making and monitoring as well as evaluation processes
  • Mobilising the international and OIC support and resources for alleviating poverty among the forced migrants

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Turizm(EN)

Turizm(EN)

  • Developing basic guidelines for improving the basic MFT related services,
  • Increasing awareness of MFT market among the travel industry stakeholders through standardizing terminology used in MFT, introducing market awareness and customer service training programmes and utilizing social media for promotion and marketing,
  • Developing healthcare services and facilities for the MFT market through identifying the different strengths of the OIC Region, building specialization hubs, developing alternative/traditional treatments and wellness programs,
  • Launching an alliance among the Muslim-friendly travel agents/ tour operators targeting MFT market.
  • Developing a national Muslim Friendly Tourism strategy that links to the country’s overall tourism goals through focusing on building stakeholder awareness, establishing a dedicated MFT body/committee and developing a national MFT products/services and marketing development strategy,
  • Conducting government-led MFT-focused destination marketing through developing an MFT branding and positioning for the benefit of local service providers and measuring the potential of a destination for MFT by funding/organizing short-term campaigns.
  • Supporting SMEs through developing training and mentorship programmes,
  • Developing bilateral tourism cooperation within the OIC through technical knowledge exchange and joint promotion efforts for MFT destinations. (The Policy recommendations document including the rationale for each
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Ticaret(EN)

Ticaret(EN)

  • Developing/Strengthening a National Quality Infrastructure,
  • Supporting the Member States’ Efforts for their Active Participation in the work of International Standardization Bodies,
  • Strengthening SMIIC for the Adoption of Harmonized Standards for the Development of Quality Infrastructure in the OIC for Enhancing Intra-OIC Trade
  • Promoting the adoption of international standards in customs and other relevant cross border trade and logistics matters as well as accession to the relevant international conventions for harmonizing and simplifying rules and procedures related to the cross border trade and logistics operations,
  • Promoting mutual recognition arrangements/agreements for border controls and trusted traders,
  • Enhancing information exchange among the border agencies of the Member Countries through enhancing connectivity of information and communication technology systems, providing regular knowledge exchange platforms and participating in relevant international networks,
  • Improving the infrastructure of land border crossing points and transport connectivity through the joint efforts of the neighboring countries e.g. through establishing joint technical/working committees, which include relevant stakeholders to identify the factors which cause bottlenecks.
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Ulaştırma ve İletişim(EN)

Ulaştırma ve İletişim(EN)

  • Developing a National Road Maintenance Strategy Based on Evidence and Data
  • Ensuring the Allocation of Adequate and Sustainable Funding for Road Maintenance and Increasing Effective Utilization of Available Road Funds through a Sound Legal Framework and Institutional Structure
  • Making Use of Performance-Based Contracts in Road Maintenance
  • Establishing a Road Database Management System
  • Raising Awareness of Road Safety in the Member States
  • Adhering to the Major UN Road Safety Agreements and Adapting the Safe Systems Approach for National Road Safety Management System
  • Establishing a Reliable and Sustainable Road Safety and Crash Data System
  • Developing a National Road Safety Strategy and Assigning a National Lead Agency/Institution Responsible for Road Safety Management
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