13 What is the Unified Budget and Workplan? (UBW) Two year joint planSecretariat, Cosponsor, joint activitiesProgramme prioritiesObjectives & resultsGlobal & regional / intercountry
14 Foundation of the UBW UNGASS Declaration of Commitment PCB decisions New Environment:Continuing spread of HIVImpact on more CountriesHumanitarian crisesGFATM; World Bank’s MAP
15 Structured by UNGASSBuilding Capacity & Leadership including Human RightsPrevention & Vulnerability ReductionCare, Support & TreatmentAlleviating Socio-economic Impact & Addressing Special SituationResearch & DevelopmentResources, Follow-up, Monitoring & Evaluation
16 Eleven parts ILO UNDP UNESCO UNFPA UNICEF UNODC WFP WHO World Bank Interagency activitiesUNAIDS Secretariat
17 Thematic Areas Gender Condom programming GIPA Education sector IDU MSMOVCSex workYoung peopleCare, support & treatmentCondom programmingEducation sectorPMTCTWorld of workGovernance & development planningEvaluation
18 Components of the Unified Budget and Workplan Core budget: Funds for Cosponsors, UNAIDS Secretariat & Interagency work to implement Programme Coordinating Board decisions.Cosponsor regular budget resources for AIDS(Global & Regional)Supplemental budget: Additional resources provided by donors directly to Cosponsors to expand AIDS activities.Cosponsor Country Level AIDS Resources are outside Unified Budget and Workplan
19 UBW 2004-2005 Priorities Help countries scale up response Improve UN support to national partnersStrengthen strategic info. capacityExpand response of development sectorSustain leadership & forge partnershipsIncrease UNAIDS accountability
24 Example of UBW resultUNGASS: “strengthening and acceleration of efforts to prevent new infections”.UBW objective: “promote the scaling-up of effective prevention programmes for young people”.
25 Example UBW resultResult: “by 2005, life skills education for young people is adopted as in-school core curriculum”. Indicator: “# of countries with in-school life skills core curricula adopted and implemented”.Result: “increased knowledge and awareness of young people on HIV/AIDS and how to access and use condom”. Indicator: “Increased condom use (correct and consistent) by sexually active young people”.
26 Extract from costed results matrix UBW AreaAgencyKey result DescriptionIndicatorsCosp. ResourcesCore UBWSuppl. UBWTotalBuilding capacity and leadership including human rightsUNICEFWork closely with ASEAN, Asian Pacific Leadership Forum Initiative (APLF), civil societies, affected communities and UNICEF senior staff to mobilize high level commitment on HIV/AIDS from leaders in the region. Ensure all country programmes in the region have comprehensive HIV/AIDS strategies and policies. Number of leaders (from Director General level and above) by country & sector trained and participated in APLF initiativeNumber of UNICEF country programmes with HIV/AIDS as one of its core components to effectively address the 4 MTSP priorities in HIV/AIDS 0 100,000 375,000 475,000 - Expansion and strengthening of Regional Buddhist Initiative and extension to other faiths and religions. - Continuing development of UNICEF Hope and Help Campaign targetting affected people and communities and service organizations - Strong UNICEF advocacy & support for the rights of people living with HIV and AIDS in the region.Number of countries with policy, programme, and financial assistance towards people living with HIV/AIDS 250,000 80,000 225,000 555,000 Maintain critical core of staff and capacities in the ESA regional office for enhanced HIV/AIDS learning and capability in the region, including familiarity with overarching HRAP/CCD approach and HIV/AIDs operational strategy. - Analysis of country response - Number of countries with systems for reporting on progress towards UNGASS and MTSP goals around HIV/AIDS 300,000 1,070,000 1,370,000