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UNDAP Tanzania 2011-15. An Overview of the UN/GoT Programme of Cooperation. UNDAP: The Rationale.

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undap tanzania 2011 15

UNDAP Tanzania 2011-15

An Overview of the UN/GoT

Programme of Cooperation


UNDAP: The Rationale

  • Improve the coherence, development effectiveness and efficiency of its operations in Tanzania; improve the transparency of the UN’s work in Tanzania and thereby enhancing its accountability to the Government and Development Partners.
  • The UN in Tanzania’s experience in developing and using the previous and current UNDAFsto guide the UN’s work. Key constraints included: lack of prioritisation, broadly defined similar outcomes which were overly ambitious for the timeframe, lack of specificity about what the UN would contribute, and lack of monitoring and evaluation.
  • The UNCMT’s decision to develop a single UN country plan for Tanzania; moving from a strategic framework (UNDAF) to a single country programme.
  • The UN resolution A/RES/64/289 on system wide coherence allowed for submission and approval of common country programmes on a voluntary basis

UNDAP: What is different?






Standard process

Specialised Agency Country Plans


UNDAP process



Common CPD

Specialised Agency Country Plans


UNDAP: Results and Accountability

Collective Accountability

Member states

GoT and

Development Partners

UN and

Implementing Partners

Agency(s) and

Implementing Partners

Individual agency


UNDAP: Prioritising Capacity Development

Capacity of Who?

(Of Outcomes)

Capacity to do What?

(Of Outputs)


UNDAP: Budgetary Framework

UNDAP Budget Outlay: $ 773m

(inclusive of programme costs


UNDAP: Areas of cooperation

Fulfilment of human rights in Tanzania

Supporting Basic Social Services

Reducing income poverty

Providing Durable solutions

Basic services and

protection for refugees

National Development Outcomes

Cluster II: Improvement of Quality of Life and Social Well-being (Budget: $ 323m, 42%)

Cluster I: Growth for reduction of income poverty

(Budget: $ 180 million, 23%)

SME capacity and entrepreneurial skills

Health, Nutrition and HIV / AIDS

Education, Vocational Training, School feeding

Agriculture productivity & food security

Sectoral capacities

Environmental mainstreaming & climate change adaptation

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

Protection services, Social Protection

Trade promotion and Labour standards

Advancing good governance, national oversight and accountability

Strengthening development management capacity

Justice system responsive to children & women

Deepening democracy and further community dialogue

Strengthening National emergency preparedness and response

Enabling Environment

Advance fulfillment of Tanzania’s international treaty obligations

Cluster III: Governance and Accountability

(Budget: $ 270 m , 35%)

undap management structure
UNDAP Management Structure

Cluster I

Cluster II

JSC: Joint Steering Committee

CMT: Country Management Team

SMT: Security Management Team

OMT: Operations Management Team

IAPC: Inter-Agency Programme Committee

Com’G: Communications Group

ECG: Emergency Coordination Group

IAGG: Inter-Agency Gender Group

HRG: Human Rights Group

PME Group: Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation Group

PWG: Programme Working Group

Znz CG: Zanzibar Coordination Group

Znz CG

Cluster III

proposed planning monitoring reporting
Proposed planning, monitoring & reporting

Country Programme Planning


WG Annual Workplans

Economic Growth





Annual Work Planning

Social Protection





UN will sign 10 AWPs with GoT

Mid Year /

Annual Reviews

Common Review process

One UN report

Annual report

Agency reporting as necessary


UNDAP: Results and Accountability

Collective Accountability

Member states

GoT and

Development Partners

UN and

Implementing Partners

Agency(s) and

Implementing Partners

Individual agency


UNDAP: the Process

  • Cross Cutting Considerations
  • Human Rights
  • Gender Equality
  • Environmental Sustainability
  • Capacity Development
  • RBM
  • Stakeholder Participation
  • Government of Tanzania
  • UN Agencies
  • Civil Society
  • Development Partners

UNDAP: Prioritising Capacity Development

How will the UN build this capacity?

(Of Key Actions)


CONVENER (Strengthening Inclusive Decision-Making)



UNDAP: the Process

  • UNDAP is results-based and mainstreams UN programming principles and cross-cutting issues:
  • UN priorities were identified using a Human Rights Based Approach to Programming (HRBA)
  • Gender equality was mainstreamed in prioritization and programming phases, supported with Quality Assurance mechanisms
  • Capacity Development was an important consideration in the formulation of Outcomes and deciding on the choice of interventions
  • Specific outcomes relating Environmental Sustainability are planned in UNDAP, and have been mainstreamed as cross-cutting considerations with planned key actions
  • Cross-cutting issues on HIV/AIDS, Conflict prevention, Disaster risk reduction (DRR), Food security, Indigenous peoples’ issues, Volunteerism and Employment & decent work have also been considered in light of planned key actions

More than 300 persons participated in the development of UNDAP

NSAs include CSOs, FBOs, INGOs, Private Sector and DPs.