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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

UNDAF Cambodia 2011 - 2015

Our UNDAF and Delivering as One

what are we
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
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
UNDAF planning context

CMDGs

Rectangular Strategy

Paris Declaration Simplification, harmonisation and alignment for results

National Strategic Development Plan

UNDAF

the unct s reform package aligned strategies 5 yr planning frame
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

undaf timelines
UNDAF timelines
  • Sep 2008 Joint UNDAF Annual Review 2008 commences
  • Dec 2008 CCA process commences (discuss joint CCA with WB, DfID and ADB)
  • Feb 2008 Joint UNDAF Annual Review 2008 meeting UN – Government
  • Mar 2008 UNCT UNDAF Training (UNDGO/UNDOCO and UN Staff College)
  • Apr 2009 CCA complete

UNDAF drafting commences

  • May 2009 UNDAF 1st round discussions
  • Aug 2009 UNDAF 2nd round discussions
  • Sep 2009 UNDAF sign off
  • Mar 2010 CPDs ready for boards
  • Jan 2011 UNDAF 2011 – 2015 implementation cycle commences
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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

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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
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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
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
Common Country Assessment
  • Contemporary analysis
  • In partnership
  • Tool for dialogue
  • Set the scene for a focused UNDAF
results matrix m e
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
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
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
Resources
  • UN RC Office – UN Development Group (UNDGO/DOCO)
  • Facilitation Teams
  • UNCT Training – UN staff college
  • UN Youth Advisory Panel
  • UN Team
summary
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
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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