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UNDAF Strategic Prioritization

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  1. UNDAF Strategic Prioritization Strategic choice to maximize UN impact Main Menu

  2. National Priorities & Plans/Budgets (nationalised MDGs/HR)/PRS Strategic Linkages Advocacy with civil society etc CCA – including MDGs Provides input for the periodic review of progress toward the achievement of Millenium Goals. UNDAF – including MDG/HR-related outcomes UN agency programmes – including contributions to MDG outcomes MDG Reports/monitoring

  3. Principles of Priority Setting • Focus on a few key national priorities • Focus on areas where the UN is most effective • Work together and find synergies • UN Agencies • Government • Civil Society Organizations and other partners • Don’t pre-judge agency priorities Main Menu

  4. Areas of cooperation (CCA) MDGs National Plans Achieve universal primary education Human development Eradicate extreme poverty, hunger Political agreement on reform program Equal access to quality basic services Reduce child mortality Self-sustaining social protection system Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria, others Improve maternal health Achieve universal primary education Macroeconomic stability Advocacy for poverty reduction Environmental protection Environmental sustainability Promote gender equality Self-sustaining social protection system Environmental protection Reduce child mortality Fulfill pre-requisites for EU membership Fulfill pre-requisites for EU membership Equal access to quality basic services Improve maternal health Implement fiscal reform Investment climate for sustained growth Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria, others Peoples participation in governance Political agreement on reform program Peoples participation in governance Environmental sustainability Good governance (MD) Good governance (MD) Priority Setting: An example… Step 1: Review and Cluster – use the filters to decide where the UN can make a difference…

  5. Increase the safe and equal access to primary and secondary education Basic Services Strengthen capacity to comply with EU/UN standards and environmental conventions Environment Build the capacity of government structures to be transparent and accountable Good Governance Priority Setting: An example… Step 2: Develop an action statement for each cluster, using a verb like: support…, reduce…, strengthen…

  6. Basic Services Action Statements: 1. Increase participation of vulnerable groups & their access to basic health 2. Enhance safe and equal access to quality education, health 3. Increase the safe and equal access to primary and secondary education Environment Action Statements: 1. Strengthen capacity to comply with EU/UN standards and environmental conventions 2. Support government/CSOs to develop and implement sound agricultural and environ. policies 3. Ensure sustainable use of natural resources Good Governance Action Statements: 1. Support people-oriented governance through decentralization and local capacity building 2. Build the capacity of government structures to be transparent and accountable Outcome Formulation: An example… Step 3: For each cooperation area, collect and review all action statements and formulate 2-3 possible outcomes. Then validate with the criteria and select one UNDAF Outcome There is increased and equal access to quality basic health and education services By 2009, national capacities for sustainable management and protection of natural resources are strengthened National and local capacitiesare strengthenedfor transparent and accountable provision of decentralized services