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1 Piloting UN Reform in Pakistan UN Resident Coordinator Islamabad-Pakistan October 2007 = Delivering as One =

2 One Budgetary Framework One Programme One Leader One Office

3 Millennium Development Goals Thematic Working Groups Main ThemesCross Cutting Issues Goal 1: Eradicate Extreme Poverty and Hunger Agriculture, Rural Development and Poverty reduction Gender equality Human Rights Civil Society Participation Refugees Goal 2: Achieve Universal Primary Education Education Goal 3: Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women Goal 4: Reduce Child Mortality, Goal 5: Improve Maternal Health. Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other diseases Health and Population Goal 7: Ensure environmental Sustainability Environment County Specific Disaster Management

4 One Programme Joint ProgrammesStand Alone ServicePolicyNormativeAdvisory The One Programme in Pakistan UNDADF Review/Focusing

5 programming together; not stapling existing plans joint programmes to include: service delivery, policy work and normative work joint programmes represent at least 80% of all UN resources coming to Pakistan by each UN agency/fund/programme to allocate at least 60% of its core resources (if applicable) to Joint Programmes by 2010 Joint programmes serve as basis for resources mobilisation Monitoring and evaluation to be conducted jointly by UN entities involved in implementation. One Budgetary Framework is a financial management information system that shows UN annual funds and expenditures – broken down by various categories Agreed points by UNCT

6 MDG Fund: for programmatic activities with pass- through arrangement for the One Programme –Budget execution of passed through resources to remain within individual agencies –Parallel funding for integrated activities to continue but as a decreasing proportion of overall funding –Earmarking by donors within MDG Fund allowed to the level of Joint Programme Outcomes –MDG Fund to support only Joint Programmes, not stand- alone activities of individual agencies/funds/programmes Transformation Fund: to support implement UN reforms. It will provide temporary support for strategic analyses, joint programming and reform of business practices. Transformation Fund is not for programmatic activities Agreed points by UNCT

7 UNCT is platform for decision-making on UN reform. Resident Coordinator leads the UNCT. RC office serves as secretariat and technical adviser to the UNCT; serves TWGs on cross-cutting issues and focuses on coordination, communication, strategic planning, data integration and M&E Harmonization towards unifying business practices for implementing Joint Programmes Cluster Building on global agreements and on in-country achieved progress Clustering in-country resources to reduce transaction costs Establishing common definition of administrative support costs so as to monitor UN transaction costs in meaningful way Common premises to be developed on plot assigned in Diplomatic Enclave; starting with a conceptual design of the UN House Agreed points by UNCT

8 MDG/One FundParallel Funding Agency Contributions (> 60% of core resources for each agency Joint Programme Resources

9 PHC-MNCH-RH Health System & Soc. Determinants HIV/AIDS Communicable Diseases Health Promotion & Nutrition Policy/ Systems EHA SDH NCD MNCH/RH CDC HIV/TB MAL CDC NCD TECH Health Services NUT ENV SDH HP EHA MNCH/ RH Conformity of WHO Strategic Policies and CCS with UN Joint Programming IN Pakistan


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