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Case studies of Joint Programmes. Why – relevance, efficiency, effectiveness and development impact of joint programmes; focus on the modality Where – 14 countries, all regions, range of sectors

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Case studies of joint programmes
Case studies of Joint Programmes

  • Why – relevance, efficiency, effectiveness and development impact of joint programmes; focus on the modality

  • Where – 14 countries, all regions, range of sectors

  • How – local consultants, principal consultant in HQ, supported by UNDGO and Joint Programmes working group


Characteristics of jps in the case studies
Characteristics of JPs in the case studies

  • Strengthen partnerships amongst UN agencies

  • They are of short duration, often extended in phases, and can be unfocused

  • The guidelines do not facilitate a programme approach

  • JPs are not usually the result of the UNDAF/ JSM process – often the reverse


Selected findings
Selected findings

  • There is some evidence that JPs can leverage resources, reduce transaction costs for national partners and reduce duplication

  • ‘True’ JPs can be a useful way to address complex development challenges

  • It is useful to have a range of options for joint working


Some conclusions
Some conclusions

  • JPs need to be embedded in the UNDAF process

  • The JSM is a unique opportunity to involve non-resident agencies, and to link JPs to national processes such as SWAps

  • Certain conditions support JPs: complex development challenge, institutional support, assured resources, a joint assessment of the problem and clear strategic objectives


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