UNDAF/Programming Guidance


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Common Country Programming Processes

These pages contain a comprehensive set of programming tools and procedures to help UN Country Teams work better together and increase the impact of agency interventions in the field. These common country programming processes are applicable to all countries that are beginning a new harmonized programming cycle. The contents of this page follow the sequential steps for common country programming, as provided in the CCA/UNDAF guidelines, and adhere broadly to a typical programme cycle: analysis, planning, monitoring and evaluation.

Specialised agencies and non-resident agencies normally follow a two-year planning cycle. This is not an impediment to their full involvement in country analysis and the UNDAF.  A UNDAF results matrix that is used iteratively will expand easily to include the expected outcomes and outputs of cooperation by these agencies. In 2006, specific efforts have been undertaken to enhance and facilitate the participation of non-resident agencies in the common country programming process. Both the CCA/UNDAF guidelines and the NRA-Action Plan provide guidance on this issue.

Policy and Guidance

Resource Materials

Title
Publication Date
Files and links
Desk Review of 2015 UNDAFs2015
Desk Review of 2014 UNDAFs2014
UNDAF/ISF Roll-Outs for 2013 - 20162014
Desk Review of 2013 UNDAFs2013
Latin America and the Caribbean - Roll-out Countries2016

Standard Operating Procedures - One Programme

Title
Publication Date
Files and links
One Programme - Tools and materials2014