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1 UNDP Global Programme Mr. Magdy Martinez-Soliman Director a.i., Bureau for Development Policy New York - 3 September 2014 United Nations Development Programme

2 GP Results and Resources Framework and Monitoring and Evaluation Plan  Refining the Results and Resources Framework  Developing the Monitoring and Evaluation Plan Better measuring and reporting on the contribution of the Global Programme to the Strategic Plan

3 Refining the Global Programme Results and Resources Framework Standardization of the indicator formulation to ensure consistency and systematisation; Simplification of the indicator language to ensure clarity and measurability of indicators; and Breakdown of composite indicators to ensure essential elements are measured and monitored.

4 SP Output 2.2. Institutions and systems enabled to address awareness, prevention and enforcement of anti-corruption measures across sectors and stakeholders Original indicator Policy and guidance developed, tested and ready for application to increase transparency and effectiveness of resource management in the extractive industries sector (including increased public access to information on contracting and revenues) Possible refinement Policy and guidance developed and shared on increasing transparency and effectiveness of resource management in the extractive industries sector (details to be captured in a footnote, M&E plan, etc.) Refining the Global Programme Results and Resources Framework

5 Priority Issues: 1.Eradication of poverty, reduction of inequalities and exclusion 2.Post-2015 development agenda & sustainable development goals 3.Inclusive and sustainable development pathways 4.Climate and disaster risks 5.Inclusive and effective governance 6.Gender equality and women’s empowerment Focusing on what can only be done or best done at the global level to contribute to the SP results Selection of SP Development Outcomes / Outputs Select SP outputs under outcomes 1-6 (country focused results) All SP outputs under outcome 7 (globally focused advocacy and thought leadership) Global Programme RRF - Selecting SP Outcomes / Outputs

6 Focusing on what can only be done or best done at the global level to contribute to the SP results Global Programme RRF - Defining the GP Contribution GP Contribution Global policy, strategy, methodology Global research and measurement Global advocacy and dialogue Knowledge management & lessons learned Innovative approaches and solutions ‘High quality programming through RBM’ Quality standards and quality assurance Integration of development approaches Institutionalisation of knowledge and learning Functions: 1.Analysis, advocacy and measurement for global thought leadership 2.Innovation and knowledge management 3.Inter-regionality 4.Programme support 5.Standards, quality assurance and coherence

7 Measuring the Global Programme Contribution to the Strategic Plan Establishing the correlation between the deliverables of the Global Programme and Strategic Plan results Products and services of the Global Programme Quality Improvements in quality of programmes and project Use Achievement of national, regional and global results Change

8 Measuring the GP Contribution to SP Outcome 1: Country Example GP Deliverable 1: Innovative approaches identified, tested and shared to help the poor diversify output, expand value addition and sustain and create jobs and livelihoods GP Deliverable 2: Global and/or regional collaborative network(s) established to identify, develop, test, and promote innovative ways of tackling unemployment, etc. Quality Innovative ways of tackling unemployment incorporated in projects Participation and engagement in global and/or regional networks Projects designed and implemented to strengthen national and sub-national institutions Use Outcome 1: Growth and development are inclusive and sustainable, incorporating productive capacities that create employment and livelihoods for the poor and excluded Output 1.1: National and sub-national systems and institutions enabled to achieve structural transformation of productive capacities that are sustainable and employment- and livelihoods- intensive Change

9 Measuring the GP Contribution to SP Outcome 7: Global / Country Example GP Deliverable 1: Indicators designed, tested and adapted to measure and map poverty, inequalities and exclusion disaggregated by gender and other relevant characteristics GP Deliverable 2: Statistically robust and cost-effective data collection methods / instruments developed and tested, that build on and can be integrated into international and national statistical systems and surveys. Quality Indicators to measure poverty, inequality and exclusion integrated into projects Projects designed and implemented to strengthen national monitoring systems Use Outcome 7: Development Debates and actions at all levels prioritise poverty, inequality and exclusion, consistent with our engagement principles Output 7.2: Global and national data collection, measurement and analytical systems in place to monitor progress on the post-2015 agenda and sustainable development goals Change

10 Measuring the GP Contribution to SP Outcome 7: Global Example GP Deliverable 1: Dialogues on the Post agenda coordinated and facilitated with key stakeholders GP Deliverable 2: Original research and analysis produced on ‘over-the-horizon’ issues affecting programme countries GP Deliverable 3: Lessons learned and results from the MDGs and UN post-2015 consultations to inform formulation of SDGs and Post-2015 Development Agenda GP Deliverable 4: Inputs and substantive support provided to the Open Working Group and other inter-governmental processes related to the Post-2015 agenda Quality Outcome 7: Development Debates and actions at all levels prioritise poverty, inequality and exclusion, consistent with our engagement principles Output 7.1: Global consensus on completion of MDGs and the post 2015 development agenda informed by contributions from UNDP Change

11 Monitoring and Evaluating the Global Programme (Quality, Use, Change)  The M&E plan will include: data to be collected, source, frequency, responsibility, etc.  Indicators will be embedded in relevant corporate systems for regular monitoring, decision making, and reporting.  Evaluations will objectively verify the information collected through monitoring Use of GP products/services Quality of programmes / projects Extent to which GP products /services contributed to results Achievement of results Quality of GP products / services (feedback from users) Extent to which UNDP contributed to national results (feedback from national partners) Partner Survey Service Tracker Programme / Project Quality Assurance System Results Planning Monitoring & Reporting System Evaluations

12 QUALITY of Global Programme Products and Services (Illustrative Example) QuestionIndicator(s)Monitoring Evalua- tions Quality of technical guidance/ advisory services provided by GP policy advisors % of CO staff who perceive the quality of technical guidance /advisory services delivered by GP policy advisors through field mission support as: i. Outstanding, ii. Satisfactory, iii. Weak (disaggregrated by type of staff) - Service Tracker SP/ GP midterm review & evaluation % of CO staff who perceive the quality of technical guidance /advisory services delivered by GP policy advisors through indirect support (i.e. teleconferencing, webinar, ) as: i. Outstanding, ii. Satisfactory, iii. Weak (disaggregrated by type of staff)

13 USE of Global Programme Products and Services to Improve Programming (Illustrative Example) QuestionIndicator(s)MonitoringEvaluations Extent of use of knowledge management online platforms Extent of use of knowledge management online platforms, as measured by: a. # of users on Teamworks b. # of participants of e-webinars c. # of participants in e-discussions d. # of participants in public online dialogues KM online tracker Knowledge Management Global Project Evaluation Extent of use, adoption, integration of GP products in programmes and projects % of programmes/ projects which have used, adopted or integrated (to be defined) GP products in conceptualizing, designing or implementing programmes/projects (disaggreg. by strategy, policy, guidance, etc.) - Programme QA - Project QA - Results reporting SP/ GP midterm review & evaluation, outcome /thematic evaluations, project evaluations Quality of programmes and projects % of programmes that meet corporate quality criteria % of projects that meet corporate quality criteria - Programme QA - Project QA SP/ GP midterm review & evaluation, outcome /thematic evaluations, project evaluations

14 CHANGE as a Result of Using Global Programme Products and Services to Improve Programming (Illustrative Example) QuestionIndicator(s)MonitoringEvaluations Extent to which GP products and services contributed to results % of Country Offices who respond that products and services provided through the GP advisors contributed to a change at the national level: i. Significantly, ii. Moderately, iii. Minimally, and iv. not at all Results Reporting SP/ GP midterm review & evaluation, outcome /thematic evaluations, project evaluations Extent to which UNDP contributed to national results % of national partners who respond that UNDP contributed to a change at the national level: i. Significantly, ii. Moderately, iii. Minimally, and iv. not at all Partner Survey SP/ GP midterm review & evaluation, outcome /thematic evaluations, project evaluations Achievement of Strategic Plan results % of project outputs which are reported as achieved or on track Results Reporting SP/ GP midterm review & evaluation, outcome /thematic evaluations, project evaluations


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