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Multi-year funding framework: MYFF Report on UNDP performance and results Presentation to members of the UNDP/UNFPA Executive Board, 12 January 2006 20 th floor conference room 6, UNDP headquarters, 1: 15 to 2: 45 pm
Background to Mf. DR • • International consensus on need to demonstrate effectiveness in international development interventions Decline in core resources: need to shift from a funding agency to a provider of policy advice • Need to remain competitive by using comparative strength • Importance of forging partnerships for results
MYFF 2000 -2003 • Establish a multi-year programme framework and provide overall guidance to country offices • Help mobilize core resources • Set a reporting framework on results and resources for internal and external constituencies • Generate knowledge for policy change and direction • Promote accountability for results • Build strategic partnerships
The MYFF 2004 -2007 § MYFF 2004 -07 approved in September 2003 session of the Executive Board. § Defined programme directions: five goals and 30 service lines encompassing UNDP’s practices of reducing poverty, democratic governance, energy & environment, crisis prevention & recovery, and responding to HIV/AIDS. § Outlined key organizational strategies such as UNDP role in coordination and partnerships; use of crosscutting objectives (drivers of development effectiveness); and internal performance strategies.
Goals and service lines UNDP’s goals and service lines defined by: > Demand > Record of results > Comparative strength > Contribution to the MDGs > Resource mobilization potential > Institutional capacity > Special mandate
30 service lines: example Under ‘energy and environment’ Frameworks and strategies for sustainable development Effective water governance Access to sustainable energy services Sustainable land management to combat desertification and land degradation Conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity National/sectoral policy and planning to control emissions of ozone -depleting substances and persistent organic pollutants
Improving effectiveness of contributions to development By: 1. Developing national capacities 2. Enhancing national ownership 3. Advocating and fostering an enabling policy environment 4. Seeking South-South solutions 5. Promoting gender equity 6. Forging partnerships for results
Improving internal capacities, economy and efficiency Internal capacities Efficiency and economy Dynamic practices and service lines Increase support to country offices Knowledge management Advocacy Partnership building Learning and professional development Atlas implementation People management Flexibility in deploying resources Results focus - Oversight and accountability UN reform / simplification and harmonization Mobilize resources
Deepening partnerships within and beyond the UN Strengthening role of Resident Coordinator in building partnerships around MDGs Implementing simplification and harmonization agenda to enhance collective impact at country level
MYFF reporting approach Reporting approach agreed with the Executive Board in January 2004 session Main features § Based on results reports covering 139 programme countries; § Captures how UNDP improves organizational effectiveness and maximizes its contribution to development effectiveness; § Integrative nature: programme achievements, internal performance and resources viewed together in contributing to development results § Presents information from key messages and strategic overview of performance to more detailed analysis by service lines and strategies; § Uses various mechanisms/sources to verify and supplement selfreported data e. g. partner survey, balanced scorecard, audits etc.
No. of countries in which UNDP is active by Practice, 2004
Expenditures in 2004 (figures as of 12 May 2005 cited in DP/2005/16) By source of funding 2004 programme-related delivery: $ 2. 79 billion, of which: § Regular resources: $ 498 million § Donor co-financing: $ 1. 18 billion § Government co-financing: $ 1. 11 billion