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1 One UN Initiative in Viet Nam Tripartite Results Framework Nguyen Thi Ngoc Van Head, RCO Malawi

2 One UN in Viet Nam OP1 agreed at TNTF meeting on 12 June 2007 Subsequently, tripartite agreement reached on Success Criteria to measure progress with UN Reform in Viet Nam OP2 expands from 6 to 14 UN organisations Development results of OP2 to be measured via monitoring and evaluation system Results Framework proposed as a basis for tracking progress with the process of UN Reform in Viet Nam Tripartite agreement – GoVN, UNCT, Donors Rationale for Results Framework

3 One UN in Viet Nam UN Reform in Viet Nam The What Five outcomes of the One Plan measured by the Results and Resources Framework The How Progress with UN reform in Viet Nam measured by the Results Framework

4 One UN in Viet Nam The How – Five Ones One Plan One Budget One Leader One Set of Management Practices One House

5 One UN in Viet Nam Outcome 1 Successful implementation of OP2 demonstrates progress with UN reform in Viet Nam Measured by Programme Coordination Groups One Leader One Plan Management Plan Un-earmarked and multi-year resources for One Plan Fund

6 One UN in Viet Nam Outcome 1 Assumes Donor mutual accountability – un-earmarked resources; informed HQs and Permanent Missions Efficient flow of funds from Administrative Agent Allocation process takes into account low disbursement Authority and accountability lines between RC, UNCT and agencies clearly defined and accepted

7 One UN in Viet Nam Outcome 2 One Plan ( ) reflects prioritisation based on SEDP, UN comparative advantage and results of UN Evaluation Group findings Measured by Roadmap for the One UN in Viet Nam Programme Coordination Groups respond to MIC status and UN comparative advantage, deliver on their TOR, and are properly resourced Staffing mix able to deliver OP2 and OP ( )

8 One UN in Viet Nam Outcome 2 Assumes “Clarity of Intent” ensured Tripartite agreement on UN comparative advantage SEDP ( ) clearly articulates GoVN priorities Changing outlook for bilateral donors (MIC status for VN) does not inhibit support for One Plan UN HR strategy starts now; achieves required skill mix within UN in Viet Nam

9 One UN in Viet Nam Outcome 3 Approach to reducing programmatic and project transaction costs tested by UN agencies and reflected in project outlines from 2010 onwards Measured by Harmonised Programme and Project Management Guidelines agreed by GoVN and resident ExCom Agreement on non-ExCom implementation Harmonised Approach to Cash Transfers introduced in all new ExCom projects

10 One UN in Viet Nam Outcome 3 Assumes HPPMG clarifies application of rules and regulations by UN and by GoVN HQs of resident ExComs authorise use of HPPMG Agreement between non-ExCom and GoVN; HPPMG implementation by non-ExCom commences in 2011

11 One UN in Viet Nam Outcome 4 Robust resource allocation process for OP2 and OP ( ) demonstrates capacity to allocate One Plan Funds based on GoVN priorities, UN agency performance and UN comparative advantage Measured by One Plan Steering Committee operational; One Plan Fund allocation criteria agreed and utilised One Plan Fund Mobilisation and Allocation Committee enlarged to include all 14 UN organisations

12 One UN in Viet Nam Outcome 4 (cont’d) Measured by UN Resident Coordinator as One Leader has ultimate authority on allocation from One Plan Fund Conflict resolution mechanism in place for One Plan Fund allocation process and other One UN issues Monitoring and reporting system operating; annual reviews conducted Performance informs One Plan Fund allocations Prioritised budget allocations for OP ( )

13 One UN in Viet Nam Outcome 4 Assumes OPSC membership – 4 GACA, 4 UNCT (rotation) UN participation on basis of UNCT Code of Conduct Consultative Forum ensures stakeholder input to OPSC reviews of OP and to OPF allocation criteria OPSC defines priorities, implementation modalities OPF allocation criteria prioritise UN comparative advantage, normative mandates and policy advice, based on historic delivery; reform ambition supported

14 One UN in Viet Nam Outcome 4 Assumes One Plan Fund transition from OP1 to OP2 achieved MoU for One Leader is institutionally sustainable Conflict resolution robust enough to avoid escalation UN HQs agree to simplified reporting (HPPMG) OPFMAC utilises transparent performance info HQ/governing bodies change resourcing culture Common approach to overheads and cost recovery

15 One UN in Viet Nam Outcome 5 Significant efficiencies demonstrated by end 2010 Measured by Common Service action plan achieves cost savings GoVN, UN and Donors share funding of One House Refurbishment of UN Apartment Building tendered Co-locating 16 resident UN agencies in One House achieves programmatic efficiency, synergies and savings

16 One UN in Viet Nam Outcome 5 (cont’d) Measured by Positive financial return from common services and common support office structure Funds saved from operational budgets increase programmatic funding Co-location has increased joint programming Programme cycle simplified as a result of joint programming

17 One UN in Viet Nam Outcome 5 Assumes Integrated support services save costs GoVN, UN and Donors fund green UN House Co-location fosters common UN identity, maximises inter-agency teamwork; common support office structure established in UN House HQs/governing bodies approve switch of savings in admin to programme budgets; no parallel planning UNDAF is collapsed into One Plan ( )

18 18 1.Number of UNCT organizations adhering to the OP-OPF-OL nexus 6 Participating Agencies in July Participating Agencies in May 2008 Integration of 8 Incoming Agencies achieved 2. Composition of OPSC agreed, with representation of GACA and key line ministries OPSC membership: GACA and 6 OP1 Participating Agencies OPSC co-chaired by VM MPI and UN RC with equal participation of GACA and UNCT Consultative Forum co-chaired by VM MPI and UN RC and will include GACA and Line Ministries, UN, donors and civil society Consultative Forum as a platform for stakeholder consultation, partnership building, coordination and consensus-building 3. Policy statement on UN comparative advantages in Viet Nam endorsed OP1 RoadmapN/ANeeded by December 2008, as per Results Framework of the Reform Process

19 One UN Initiative in Viet Nam Thank You


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