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TRAINING. 7. NARRATIVE & FINANCIAL REPORTING. SESSION. WORKSHOP. NARRATIVE & FINANCIAL REPORTING. Objectives of this session. Understand the importance of CERF reporting Understand how you can fulfill your CERF reporting obligations

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TRAINING

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NARRATIVE & FINANCIAL REPORTING

SESSION

WORKSHOP

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NARRATIVE & FINANCIAL REPORTING

Objectives of this session

  • Understand the importance of CERF reporting
  • Understand how you can fulfill your CERF reporting obligations
  • Understand CERF financial and narrative reporting requirements
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Reporting is a vital part of the CERF’s accountability to its donors

Reporting is compulsory

Weak reporting could jeopardise future CERF funding

NARRATIVE & FINANCIAL REPORTING

Why report?

How report?

  • Narrative reporting: at headquarters and field levels
  • Financial reporting (income, expenditure)
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NARRATIVE & FINANCIAL REPORTING

Narrative reporting

  • HEADQUARTERS LEVEL

UN agencies and IOM dictated by GA to report annually

Due by 20 April

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NARRATIVE & FINANCIAL REPORTING

Narrative reporting

  • FIELD LEVEL

RC/HCs and Humanitarian Country Teams

Due by 15 March

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Purpose(should answer two questions)

What was possible with CERF funds that would not have been without it?

Did the UNCT achieve the goals as set out in the CERF application?

Format

Template is available at cerf.un.org

Shared with RC/HCs every January

Focus

Overview of the impact of and results achieved with CERF funding on the sectors/clusters of the overall humanitarian response

Due by 15 March

Time period: January to December of the reporting year (e.g. 2012)

NARRATIVE & FINANCIAL REPORTING

Narrative reporting from RC/HCs

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Stipulated in the SGB and Letter of Understanding (LoU) between OCHA and agencies

The LoU is a legally binding document, summarizing the agreement between the agency and OCHA about the use of and reporting on CERF funds

NARRATIVE & FINANCIAL REPORTING

Financial reporting

Requirements

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NARRATIVE & FINANCIAL REPORTING

Financial reporting

Deadlines

  • Interim certified financial statements for each grant as at 31 December
    • Due by 15 February of the following year
  • Interim report (for rapid response ONLY, a new requirement in CERF Umbrella LoU): Rapid response projects with an implementation end date between 1st January and 30 June of a given year, shall submit an interim report
    • Due by 15 August of the same year
  • Final certified financial statement for each project disbursed in a year as at 31 December
    • Due by 30 June of the following year
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NARRATIVE & FINANCIAL REPORTING

Financial reporting

  • Multi-donor Trust Fund Income and expenditure statement template
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TRAINING

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QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS

SESSION

THANK YOU

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