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Cumulative Review and 2012 Annual Report of the Administrator Executive Board Informal Discussion. Judith Karl – Executive Office / Operations Support Group. Progress rates, by major thematic areas. First year of the SP Performance in 2008 was considered the baseline, equal to 0%. 2012.
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Cumulative Review and 2012 Annual Report of the AdministratorExecutive Board Informal Discussion Judith Karl – Executive Office / Operations Support Group
Progress rates, by major thematic areas First year of the SP Performance in 2008 was considered the baseline, equal to 0%. 2012 2008 2009 2010 2011 2013
Poverty & MDG cumulative results $ = USD 5.89 billion in 146 countries (49 LDC) • Transformational contributions: • Worldwide integration of the MDGs into national policies, plans, budgets and local initiatives; • Enabling policy environment for livelihoods and social protection of groups suffering discrimination, exclusion and marginalization; and • HIV responses integrated across sectors • 15.3 million people: higher food security • 420,000 hectares of land recovered for farming • 4.7 million people: jobs and livelihoods improvements • 1 million people: anti-retroviral treatment • 12 million people: HIV counseling and testing • 250,000 mothers: services to prevent mother-child transmission • 40 million people: malaria treatments
MDG Acceleration Frameworks (MAF) 19 African countries
Ensuring durability of results • Focus on regularly collect[ing] relevant [MDGs, poverty, HIV] statistics, promoting knowledge managementthrough Communities of Practice and South-South Cooperation, and increase[ing] participation [of excluded groups] in decision processes. • More to be done to foster future leaders on Poverty & MDGs topics.
Better evidence base for policymaking: stronger national statistical systems in 41 countries; • 109 HDR, 147 MDG Progress and hundreds of other analytical reports; • MDG awareness campaigns in 164 countries; • MAF in 44 countries (19 in Africa); • Stronger legal and administrative frameworks and policies for employment in 48 countries; • Higher social floors and priority given to excluded, discriminated and marginalized groups in social protection / social safety schemes in 30 countries; • Stronger planning and financing of multi-sector HIV strategies in 49 countries; • Role as Global Fund Principal Recipient turned over in 14 out of 41 countries; • Improved capacity of national institutions to deliver essential health services in 37 countries; • Scaling up / replication of successful interventions in 80 countries More inclusive societies
Democratic Governance cumulative results $ = USD 6.3 billion in 149 countries Transformational contributions: • Increased access to public services by excluded, discriminated and marginalized groups; • Higher access to justice, particularly for women; and • Increased social participation and representation of women and youth • 17.3 million additional people participating in elections; • 10,250 institutions strengthened.
Ensuring durability of results • Focus on civil servants’ training and strengthening knowledge platforms [on public services]; and on foster[ing] future leadersand the capacity of civil societyto monitor commitments on elections, parliaments and anti-corruption. • More to be done on improving civil servants’ appraisal processes.
Anti-corruption campaigns reaching 375 million people; • 50 referenda and elections, 85% deemed fair and credible; • Stronger budgets for public service delivery in 21 African countries; • HIV-related law reform in 20 countries; • Stronger parliaments in 60 countries; • Stronger national human rights institutions in 70 countries; • Better citizen participation in administrative, policymaking, urban planning and public service delivery processes in 53 countries; • e-portals and e-services expanded in over 40 countries; • Legal inclusion mechanisms strengthened in 51 countries; • Higher access to justice for women in 14 African countries. More participatory and just societies
Crisis Prevention & Recovery cumulative results $= USD 4.2 billion in 106 countries • Transformational contributions: • DRR mainstreamed worldwide into national development policies; • Increased preparedness of vulnerable communities; • Early recovery fostered by jobs, livelihoods and infrastructure being available in conflict-affected settings. • 2 million emergency jobs and livelihoods generated; • 7.1 million people: benefitting from rehabilitated public infrastructure; • 87,000 ex-combatants reintegrated; • Indian Ocean tsunami warning system.
Ensuring durability of results • Focus on ensuring existence of government institution with a mandate to address relevant issuesin justice and security, elections, human rights, and DRM. • More to be done on collect[ing] statistics and strengthening knowledge platforms [to improve decisions in information-poor environments].
Disaster risk management policies and planning including measures to reduce future risk in 70 countries; • Stronger diagnostic capacities to detect disaster hazards and vulnerabilities in 42 countries; • Peace dialogues carried out in 15 conflict-affected countries; • National SALW policies and control frameworks in 20 countries; • Community security and crisis preparedness assessments in 29 countries; • Stronger and more coherent structures for early recovery response. More resilient and peaceful societies
Environment & Energy cumulative results $ = USD 2.1 billion in 153 countries • Transformational contributions: • Integration of environmental considerations into national development policies worldwide; • Increased access to water and energy for poor communities; and • Improved local-level climate change adaptation. • 252 million hectares of protected areas better managed; • 170 million tons of carbon dioxide-equivalent emissions eliminated; • 335,000 land users adopted sustainable land management practices; • 3.5 million people: access to energy; • 600,000 people: access to water and sanitation; • 4,962 metric tons of persistent organic pollutants disposed of or safeguarded; • 195,000 people trained in managing POPs.
Ensuring durability of results • Focus on ensuring existence of government institution with a mandate to address relevant issues; and on collect[ing] statisticsto allow monitoring of access to water and to energy. • More to be done on foster[ing] future leaders.
Support to Rio+20 global dialogues worldwide; • Inclusion of biodiversity and ecosystems management considerations into development and productive activities planning in 116 countries; • Rights-based water resources /water supply management in 60 countries; • Better trans-boundary marine and freshwater governance in 100 countries; • Climate mitigation initiatives that increased access to decentralized energy for poorer off-grid communities in 74 countries; • National REDD+ strategies in 42 countries; • Increased access to clean, renewable energy in 56 countries; • Exposure to hazardous waste and chemicals reduced in 61 countries More sustainable societies
Development Effectiveness More focused programmes Less fragmented interventions
Promoting South-South Cooperation (% country outcomes supported under each category) Note: based on a random sample of 200 country outcomes that indicated “yes,” South-South Cooperation exchanges had been supported within that outcome.
Promoting South-South Cooperation (% country outcomes supported under each thematic area) Note: based on a random sample of 200 country outcomes that indicated “yes,” South-South Cooperation exchanges had been supported within that outcome.