The new monitoring and reporting system of the UNCCD, looking for synergy options in reporting. Cambridge, 10 February 2010. Outline. The 10-year Strategy and its indicator based reporting system Impact indicators Performance Indicators The PRAIS Project Study on Synergies in reporting.
Cambridge, 10 February 2010
The introduction of an indicator-based reporting represents a paradigm shift for the UNCCD monitoring and assessment.
At COP 9, Parties agreed
18 consolidated indicators measure progress against the 5 operational objectives and the 21 outcomes of The Strategy.
Each outcome refers to specific processes
Performance indicators measure the performance of these processes.
Indicators per Reporting Entity:
- Affected country Parties, subregional and regional reporting entities:14;
- Developed country Parties, UN agencies, IGOs and the GEF: 10;
- The secretariat: 5
- GM: 4
review of Convention‘s institutions and bodies (secretariat, GM, CST, CRIC), following the RBM
Assessment of Implementation
of the Convention (based on impact indicators, strategic objectives) and of the Strategy (based on performance indicators, operational objectives)
Assessment of Implementation looking for synergy options in reporting
Enabling a paradigm shift on monitoring andassessment within the UNCCD
1: Review of performance indicators, and formulation of guidelines and reporting formats
2: Assessment of current baseline (of performance indicators), synthesis and preparation of reports for CRIC 9 at all levels
3: Knowledge Management System, M&E and Dissemination
Promotion and strengthening of relationships with
other relevant conventions and international
organizations, institutions and agencies
Para 3 Requests the ES to continue coordinating with the secretariats of the UNCBD and UNFCCC through the Joint Liaison Group to facilitate exchanges of information and joint approaches to harmonizing and facilitating the reporting requirements of Parties