33. İSEDAK Bakanlar Oturumu Politika Tavsiyeleri

Tarım(EN)

Tarım(EN)

  • Developing a specific legislative framework and road map for reducing food waste in a holistic context including supply chain
  • Promotion of food banks and food distribution networks
  • Conducting cohesive initiatives and campaigns to increase awareness on food waste in supply chain and consumption
  • Establishing/improving a Farmer Registry System for farmers/farmer organizations to provide customized supports and assistance as well as extension and market information for farmers.
  • Developing policies/programs/mechanisms to improve farmers’ timely access to quality inputs (e.g. seeds, pesticides, fertilizers, and other key ingredients) with a view to increasing quality, quantity and marketability of end products.
  • Providing need based capacity development support and training to farmers and farmer associations for increasing their access to warehousing and storage capacity.
  • Establishing/improving the ingredient and input traceability as well as marketing oriented product standardization and certification to enhance safety and marketability of agricultural products in both domestic and international markets
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Mali İşbirliği(EN)

Mali İşbirliği(EN)

  • Strengthening/Setting up an independent Public Debt Management Unit with well-defined functions and a dedicated debt management strategy
  • Developing/improving domestic debt market.
  • Broadening and diversifying the creditor base.
  • Lengthening the average maturity of the public debt.
  • Applying macroeconomic risk management methods.
  • Improving the Islamic Finance Infrastructure through Developing Necessary Legal/Regulatory Frameworks for its each Component namely, Islamic Banking, Islamic Capital Markets and Takaful towards Creating an Enabling Environment for Islamic Finance
  • Developing a Sound and Effective Governance Framework for National and Strengthening Coordination of Shariah Governance Standards and Policies across Different Jurisdiction
  • Establishing/Developing Islamic Finance Rating Standards
  • Strengthening Human Capital in Islamic Finance in the OIC Member Countries through Enhanced Financial Literacy and Awareness Programs/Projects by Governments, Universities and Private Sector
  • Facilitating Experience Sharing among the OIC Member Countries in sub-sectors of the Islamic Finance Industry for a Sustainable and Harmonized Growth of the Industry
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Yoksulluğun Azaltılması(EN)

Yoksulluğun Azaltılması(EN)

  • Developing and implementing nutrition-specific and nutrition-sensitive interventions, especially towards women of reproductive age from vulnerable groups
  • Improving infant and young child feeding (IYCF) practices
  • Ensuring universal access to healthcare, safe water and sanitation, and launching educational campaigns on infectious diseases to eliminate all forms of undernutrition
  • Providing access to safe and nutritious food for all with community-based initiatives and by forming resilient capacities for food-security
  • Improving access of poor and disadvantaged children to education through eliminating/reducing school fees and by developing conditional cash transfer and school feeding programmes
  • Enabling access of children in rural and remote areas by establishing new schools or providing free transportation for the children living in these regions.
  • Increasing access to inclusive education for children including those having disabilities by formulation of necessary political and legal framework as well as by providing them better assistance in the school environment
  • Prioritizing gender equality and equity in access to education
  • Mobilizing and optimizing more financial resources and human capital towards improving the quality of education
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Turizm(EN)

Turizm(EN)

  • Establishing a national committee/task force with the responsibility for tourism risk and crisis management, which will be formed by the national tourism authority of each country and include representation from the stakeholders
  • Increasing awareness of resilience and crisis, including the identified stages of a crisis and how to prepare for and respond to each stage
  • Analyse and understand the risks and plan for crisis, both in terms of external crises and risks affecting the tourism industry generally and individual businesses
  • Ensuring market awareness and positive destination perceptions, and developing new markets and products
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Ticaret(EN)

Ticaret(EN)

  • Strengthening Single Window efforts in OIC Member States by developing integrated Single Window strategies that reflect national and regional requirements and actively engage the stakeholders in this process
  • Improving the effectiveness of Single Window projects by identifying and implementing necessary changes in the laws and regulatory framework and operational practices,
  • Prioritizing flexibility, scalability, safety and interoperability of IT architecture of Single Windows Systems,/li>
  • Promoting cross-border interconnectivity and interoperability of the national Single Window Systems in the OIC Region towards establishing Regional Single Window Systems.
  • Designing and programming Special Economic Zones in line with national economic strategies for ensuring their complementarity with national economic growth targets and industry sector priorities,
  • Improving economic performance of SEZ programmes through developing unique incentives frameworks – fiscal and non-fiscal – which attract investments and foster effective and efficient business environments,
  • Improving the competitive advantage of SEZ programmes through effective site and sector targeting based on a robust understanding of national economic priorities and competitive advantages,
  • Designing an efficient legal and regulatory framework to create a ‘special’ economic operating environment, which considers and complements the existing legal and regulatory environment,
  • Assigning/Establishing a single SEZ authority to regulate all SEZs within the country and supporting SEZ programmes through active involvement of key stakeholders and development of SEZ working groups.
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Ulaştırma ve İletişim(EN)

Ulaştırma ve İletişim(EN)

A-For all OIC Member Countries

  • Preparing national broadband strategies with the involvement of the all relevant stakeholders
  • Enhancing digital literacy by embedding programs in the formal education system and encouraging non-formal initiatives targeting specific segments of the population

B-For the OIC Member Countries with Different Stage of Broadband Development

  1. OIC Member Countries at advanced stage of broadband development
  • Achieving high-speed Internet coverage in rural and isolated areas through regulatory holidays and direct subsidies with the purpose of improving the broadband investment business case
  • Enactment of financial incentives to operators for deploying 4G

 

  1. OIC Member Countries at an intermediate stage of broadband development
  • Reducing cost of broadband services through targeted public policy initiatives
  • Lowering the cultural and linguistic barriers through development of user-friendly local platforms, content, and applications

 

  1. OIC Member Countries at initial stage of broadband development
  • Offering a low-priced broadband service for consumers by state-owned and government subsidized telecommunications operators
  • Offering a low-priced or free broadband service targeted for disadvantaged segments of the population

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