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Training of trainers rome 31 may 4 june 2010

Introduction to the UNCCD Strategy, new monitoring and assessment system and relevant COP decisions

Training of Trainers

Rome, 31 May – 4 June 2010


Training of trainers rome 31 may 4 june 2010

Outline

  • UNCCD Convention

  • The Strategy

  • PRAIS system

  • The performance indicators

  • The iterative process

Performance Review & Assessment of Implementation System


Training of trainers rome 31 may 4 june 2010

The UNCCD

  • 1996 entry into force

  • 193 country Parties

  • 5 regional annexes (Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, Northern Mediterranean, Central and Eastern Europe)‏

  • 910 accredited CSOs

  • CST

  • CRIC

  • International community

Performance Review & Assessment of Implementation System


Training of trainers rome 31 may 4 june 2010

The UNCCD Strategy (2008-2018)‏

Operational objectives

awareness

policy

science

capacity

resources

Indicators

Strategic objectives

  • populations

  • ecosystems

  • global benefits

  • partnerships

performance review & assessment of implementation system


Training of trainers rome 31 may 4 june 2010

The Strategy’s new monitoring and reporting system adopted by COP 9

performance review: review of Convention’s institutions and subsidiary bodies that are reporting along a results based framework

assessment of

implementation: review of the Convention and The Strategy (based on indicators, best practices, financial annex and programme and project sheet).

Reporting entities for the assessment of implementation are Parties (aff. And dev., UN agencies and IGOs, the GEF, SRAPs and RAPs)‏

GM and CSOs are also partially included in the assessment of implementation

performance review & assessment of implementation system


Training of trainers rome 31 may 4 june 2010

PRAIS relevant decisions

Decision 3/COP.8 contains The Strategy and identifies the relevant roles and responsibilities of Convention's institutions and subsidiary bodies.

Decision 10/COP.9 welcomes the joint initiative of UNEP, GEF and UNCCD Secretariat to engage in long-term capacity building initiative relating to monitoring and implementation of The Strategy

Decision 11/COP.9contains the Terms of Reference (ToR) of the CRIC, including the definition of what PRAIS stands for

Decision 12/COP.9 stipulates that the CST is to assist the CRIC in the review of impact indicators

Decision 13/COP. 9 contains the reporting requirements (indicators, targets, reporting responsibilities of UNCCD stakeholders

performance review & assessment of implementation system


Training of trainers rome 31 may 4 june 2010

Performance indicators

  • The UNCCD Secretariat and the GM assisted country Parties in fine-tuning performance indicators since 2008

  • Performance indicators were integrated into The Strategy but not adopted

  • CRIC 7 reviewed harmonised performance indicators, using input received from Parties

  • CRIC 8/COP 9 considered final drafts of performance indicators, including their targets and provisionally adopted them

performance review & assessment of implementation system


Training of trainers rome 31 may 4 june 2010

Performance indicators: methodological aspects

  • Draft indicators presented to CRIC 8 followed the e-SMART criteria (e economical, S specific M monitorable a r relevant t timebound)

  • Were drafted with the understanding that they need to correspond to the outcome areas identified by The Strategy

  • COP 9 provisionally adopted performance indicators but asked for an iterative process through which amendments can be incorporated into the list

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Training of trainers rome 31 may 4 june 2010

Iterative process

In built into the reporting process through the additional information section in the report

Will require some work from Focal Points using the same e-SMART criteria

Information from the reports will be collected and synthesized for CRIC 9 together with information collected from RCs

CRIC 9 will review documentation prepared on the iterative process and provide recommendations

The UNCCD secretariat and the GM will be working until CRIC 10 on substantive changes where necessary on the performance indicators

PRAIS project will identify the means through which it will support this task

performance review & assessment of implementation system


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