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UNDAF Cambodia 2011 - 2015. Our UNDAF and Delivering as One. What are we?. 23 UN agencies, Funds and Programmes (resident and non resident) in Cambodia. UN Country Team Operations Management Team Disaster/Crisis Management Teams Security Management Team Joint Programmes/Joint Frameworks

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UNDAF Cambodia 2011 - 2015

Our UNDAF and Delivering as One


What are we?

  • 23 UN agencies, Funds and Programmes (resident and non resident) in Cambodia.

  • UN Country Team

  • Operations Management Team

  • Disaster/Crisis Management Teams

  • Security Management Team

  • Joint Programmes/Joint Frameworks

  • MDG Advisory Committee

  • Theme groups – HIV/AIDS, Gender

  • 9/18 Govt/Donor Technical Working Groups


Development landscape..

  • Programme based approaches – SWAPs

  • No PIUs

  • Direct budget support

  • Harmonisation within the UN

  • National financial and admin reforms

  • Merit based pay incentives (MBPI)

  • Alignment with national priorities

  • P&H commitments at national and sectoral level

  • Decentralisation and Deconcentration

  • Capacity development NOT capacity substitution


UNDAF planning context

CMDGs

Rectangular Strategy

Paris Declaration Simplification, harmonisation and alignment for results

National Strategic Development Plan

UNDAF


The UNCT’s reform packagealigned strategies5 yr planning frame

Programme – UNDAF priorities, implementation and results

Joint monitoring and evaluation

Operations – common services strategy – systems and policy

Joint Learning – Building a human resource - change management

UN communication and advocacy strategy – position and advocacy


Vision and focus - results…..


UNDAF timelines

  • Sep 2008Joint UNDAF Annual Review 2008 commences

  • Dec 2008CCA process commences (discuss joint CCA with WB, DfID and ADB)

  • Feb 2008Joint UNDAF Annual Review 2008 meeting UN – Government

  • Mar 2008UNCT UNDAF Training (UNDGO/UNDOCO and UN Staff College)

  • Apr 2009CCA complete

    UNDAF drafting commences

  • May 2009UNDAF 1st round discussions

  • Aug 2009UNDAF 2nd round discussions

  • Sep 2009UNDAF sign off

  • Mar 2010CPDs ready for boards

  • Jan 2011UNDAF 2011 – 2015 implementation cycle commences


NOW - UNDAF 2006-2010

  • Good Governance and the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights

  • Agriculture and Rural Poverty

  • Capacity Building and Human Resource Development for the Social Sectors

  • Support to the National Strategic Development Plan (2006-2010)

GENDER – HUMAN RIGHTS


Example – Timor Leste

Goal – consolidating peace and stability

  • Democratisation and social cohesion

  • Poverty reduction and sustainable livelihoods

  • Basic social services

  • Value – alignment with national priorities and MDGs

  • 31 pages


Example – Pacific – Fiji Samoa14 states

  • Equitable economic growth and poverty reduction

  • Good governance and human rights

  • Equitable social protection services

  • Sustainable environmental management

  • Principles – aid coordination and harmonisation; national ownership; UN comparative advantage; promotion of MDGs; rights based approaches; gender equality

  • 105 pages


Cambodia - 2010 – 2015 ?

  • Oil, gas, mineral revenue

  • Economic growth – investment - need

  • Literacy, employment levels

  • health services – food crisis

  • Environment

  • MDGs – 2015 – what next?

  • UN size - role?


Common Country Assessment

  • Contemporary analysis

  • In partnership

  • Tool for dialogue

  • Set the scene for a focused UNDAF


Results Matrix – M&E

  • Link priorities to outputs

  • CMDG focused

  • Indicators - Measurable and results focused

  • Supports annual monitoring

  • Links to agency level M&E


Opportunities

  • CCA process – UN lead

  • Participatory - partnerships

  • M&E defines and measures outputs – annual monitoring

  • Next level – linking to CPAPs, programme docs, increasing harmonised approaches

  • Framing what we do and how we work together


Ingredients of success

  • RC/UNCT leadership

  • Facilitation teams that are well connected with RC/O and UNCT

  • UNCT participation – good dynamics

  • RCO advice, support and follow up

  • Alignment with national cycles and priorities

  • Work with UN comparative advantages

  • Strong priority setting – strong monitoring framework

  • Prep process light – document short – readability - usefulness


Resources

  • UN RC Office – UN Development Group (UNDGO/DOCO)

  • Facilitation Teams

  • UNCT Training – UN staff college

  • UN Youth Advisory Panel

  • UN Team


Summary

  • Process needs to commence now

  • Define CCA partnership

  • Decisions regarding levels of participation need to be made

  • We need to ensure the UNDAF allows for measurement of results

  • Requires discipline in its development as a focused strategic document for the UN


Guiding questions

  • 2011 – 2015?

  • Who will the UN’s CCA partners be?

  • How does the UN maintain its priorities for Human Development, Human Rights, equity?

  • What principles should guide the UNDAF process?

  • What are the agency planning cycles and approval requirements that will impact on the process and timeline?

  • Can the M&E aspects be improved, joint annualised monitoring of one plan that defines measurable results?

  • How will a parallel commitment to ‘Delivering as One’ effect the UNDAF process? How will agency programme documents/CPAPs be brought into closer alignment?


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