3 Country Programme Action Plan Before… A mixed bag of programme and project documents using different formats, timelines, and preparation processes with partners And now… Readable, transparent and accessible programme action plans, linked explicitly to common, longer term UN development results
4 Country Programme Action Plan (CPAP): Purpose Operationalises Country Programmes and establishes the commitments (esp. resources) of UN agencies and government …Using a common format with common language …Using existing sections of existing CPDs to ensure minimal additional workload
5 What does the CPAP contain? Framework (Introduction) I. Basis of Relationship (Reference to SBAA, BCA or other) II. Situation Analysis (from CPD) III. Past Cooperation and Lessons Learned (from CPD) IV. Proposed Programme (Expanded from CPD) V. Partnership Strategy
6 VI. Programme Management (Expanded from the CPD, this defines the institutions responsible for implementation and coordination, key management processes and mechanisms) VII. Monitoring and Evaluation (Agency specific M&E plan and agency supported processes, which links to the UNDAF M&E Plan) VIII. Commitments of the UNDG Agency IX. Commitments of the Government X. Final Provisions Annex: CPAP Results and Resources Framework …continued
From Results Matrix to CPAP National Target/ MDG UNDAF Outcome CP Outcome CP OutputsRole of Partners Resource Mob. Targets Quality of instruction increased Skills of 1500 teachers strengthened Country Programme Action Plan (CPAP) UNDAF Outcome 1 Agency Programme Component CP Outcome 1.1 Output 1.1.1 Output targets and indicators Indicative Resources (per yr) UNDAF Outcome 2 Quality of instruction increased Skills of 1500 teachers strengthened Basic Education Teacher testing results $$ Regular and Other Resources Primary school completion rates are improved by 10% By 2005, 30% more children are enrolled in primary school
8 CPAP: Value Added Tangible expression of how the UNDAF will be operationalised Transparent – Clear explanation of agency and government strategy and commitments Readable - Harmonised statements of programme intent using similar language Accessible – Through JSMs, CPAPs go through a consultative process for review and discussion Based on internal financial assessments, consistent resource transfer modalities to partners utilised (for each partner – common modality, less hassle, lower risk)
9 CPAP: How it fits Processes CCAUNDAFCPDsX Final UNDAF Eval. Strategies and Planning Monitoring and Analysis Stages Implementation 1 2 3 4 5 Calendar Sept Yr4Dec Yr4Jan Yr 1 Tools M&E pan Results Matrix JSM Joint Programming To come CPAP Mar Yr5
11 Annual Work Plan Before… A variety of project documents with large variations in detail, not always linked to CPs or the UNDAF priority areas And now… A standardised workplan that provides operational detail and is connected to the strategic results of the UNDAF and CPs
12 Annual Work Plan (AWP): Purpose What? Detailed activity planning for what will be accomplished during the year for each project in the CPAP. Who? prepared jointly by agency, the implementing government or civil society partner and other responsible parties When? At the beginning of a new project or after the annual programme review of the preceding year. Why? Enables the requisition of inputs (cash, supplies, contracts, travel, personnel) and disbursement of funds to carry out planned activities.
13 Annual Work Plan: Contents Cover Page signed by implementing partner and UNDG Agency (including other responsible partners if necessary) Narrative Section (Optional) A workplan - connecting UNDAF strategic results to operational detail (major outputs, activities, implementation schedule, responsible partners, and a budget)
From CPAP to AWP Country Programme Action Plan UNDAF Outcome 1 Agency Programme Component CP Outcome 1.1 Output 1.1.1 Output targets and indicators Indicative Resources (per yr) Quality of instruction increased By 2005, 75% of children complete a quality primary ed. Skills of 1500 teachers strengthened Basic Education Teacher testing results $$ Regular and Other Resources Annual Work Plan Outputs & Monitoring Activities Key ActivitiesTimeframeResponsi ble Party Planned Budget Q1Q2Q2 Q3Q3 Q4Q4 Sour ce Desc r. Amou nt 1.1.1 Skills of 1500 teachers strengthened - To train 1500 teachers -To revise curriculum …etc. 1.1.2…
15 AWP: Value Added A simple, standardised format providing clarity about what each agency is doing Easier communication between the ExCom agencies and with partners and donors about operational detail May serve as a monitoring tool and basis for annual review with Government and other partners
16 AWP: How it fits Processes CCAUNDAFCPDsX Final UNDAF Eval. Strategies and Planning Monitoring and Analysis Stages Implementation 1 2 3 4 5 Calendar Sept Yr4Dec Yr4Jan X1 Tools M&E pan Results Matrix JSM Joint Programming To come AWP CPAP
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