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UN and UNDP in Costa Rica. CCA was completed in October 2006 Broad participation from goverment and civil society UNDAF signed in February 2007 Executive Boards approved Country Programme Documents for ExCom agencies in 2008

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un and undp in costa rica
UN and UNDP in

Costa Rica

un reform and unct
CCA was completed in October 2006

Broad participation from goverment and civil society

UNDAF signed in February 2007

Executive Boards approved Country Programme Documents for ExCom agencies in 2008

Intensive collaboration in the preparation of CPAPs among ExCom agencies

ExCom Agencies harmonized in 2008

UN Reform and UNCT
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Excellent working relationships within the UNCT

Joint work plan for the MDGs (MDGs included in National Development Plan, MDG Campaign)

Joint proposals for the MDG Achievement Fund (6 proposals presented, 1 approved, 2 invited to second round)

Gender Working Group activated

Joint Office proposed

Small country/ restricted budget

Limited Government cost sharing

Imperative to increase inter-agency simergies and products

UNCT
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First National Report 2004

National Development Plan includes a roadmap for the achievement of MDGs

Executive decree that obliges Ministries to incorporate achievement of MDGs in planning processes

2 National Campaigns “MDGs: The challenge in our hands”

UNCT Proposal for the preparation of second MDG Report under consideration of the government

MDGs
undp strategy and programme
Decline in official development assistance

High human development standards

Sub-regional agendas

Country Office existential journey

Visualizing new role and programme content

Suitable office size and structures

5 years of continued changes in CR CO

UNDP Strategy and Programme
current national context
Political dynamics determined by a new array of actors

Renewed interest in the discussion of the country´s development model

CAFTA approved through first national referendum

New trends in human development and economic indicators

Current national context
strategic results
Strengthened and trusting relationship with the government

Alliances forged with other actors (academia, civil society organizations, women’s movement)

UNDP and issues advocated are well known (media)

Respected point of reference on Human Development

Strategic Results
country office programme
Human development

Democracy and governance

Reduction of poverty, inequality and social exclusion

Environment, energy and risk management

Gender equality and equity

Country Office Programme
human development
Human Development Approach incorporated in development planning and policies

Human Development Report

Human Development Network

Human Development Atlas

Dissemination and Advocacy

Human development
national human development report s
National Human Development Report s

2005: Award Winning Human Development Report “Overcoming Fear: Citizen (In)Security and Human Development in Costa Rica”

2007: Human Development Atlas

2009: “Bringing down the walls: Coexistence and Human Development in Costa Rica”

democracy and governance
Foster debate and national agreements on priority issues

Strengthen local governments capacities to achieve human development

Provide support in the field of citizen security

Democracy and Governance
democracy and governance1
Democracy and Governance

Democratic solutions to address rising insecurity

-National and local policies

-Confronting firearm violence

environment energy and risk management
Contribution to global public goods

-ozone layer, biodiversity, climate change

Water governance

Peace with Nature Initiative

Local and national capacities for risk management

Environment, energy and risk management
gender equality and equity
Equality between men and women in Costa Rica advocated successfully

Women’s economic agenda

Capacity development for domestic workers

Gender mainstreamed in UNCT and UNDP programmes

Gender Equality and Equity
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UNDP Costa Rica

Financial Overview

2007

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Projection on Programme Delivery (Hard Pipeline included) period 2007-2011 (US$ millions)

Estimated Delivery Level

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2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

12

14

15

16

12

XB Financial Sustainability – XB - 2007-2011(conservative scenario)

Payroll + General Office Expenses

Reserve:

(in months)

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José Manuel Hermida

Resident Coordinator

Resident Representative

UN Security

Gabriela Chaves

Executive Associate

José Pacheco

Driver

Marvin Cartin

LFSCA

Danilo Mora

Comm. Analyst

(Part Time)

Lara Blanco

ARR - Programme

José Fernando Mora

Operations Manager

Resident Coordinator

Office

Vanessa Zamora

Programme Analyst

Adriana Vanessa Retana

Programme Analyst

Kryssia Brade *

Coordination Analyst

Luis Arce

Finance/Treas Associate

Ana L. Herrera

Programme Assistant

Marjorie Avilés

Programme Assistant

Sofia Torres

Coordination Assistant

Patricia Mariño

Administrative Associate

National Human

Development Report

Maureen Rodriguez

Administrative Assist.

Danilo Mora

Comm. Analyst

(Part Time)

Maria Aguero

HR Associate

Gerald Mora

Programme Officer

Rafael Arroyo

Registry Assistant

Tomás Araya

IT Associate

Brenda Mena **

Admin Assistant

STAFF

RC 2

UNDP 17

NHDR 3

Security 1

Alonso Villalobos **

Resercher

NOTE: Dotted line denotes secondary reporting officer

* Maternity Leave – Leonardo Moreira remplacing

** Projects Personnel

Johnny Madrigal **

Statistics

Organizational Chart – May 2008

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7 FT Posts

9 FT Posts

May 2008

Office´s Budgets(Core and XB)

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Gender Equity in the Office

Men 8

Women 9

= 17 Staff members

LNO B

LNO A

LNO A

D1 – RR 1

LNO 6 ---->

GS 10 ---->

Men 3

Women 3

LNO D

LNO B

LNO B

Men 4

Women 6

achievements
Appropriate structure/excellent team

Technical expertise combined with financial soundness

Strong alliances with the media, government and national actors

Gender equity

Achievements
challenges
Build on present conditions to reduce turnover

Increase programs in the field of poverty and inequality

Ensure high quality technical and logistical support for new initiatives

Sustain trend in resource mobilization

Challenges