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Thematic priorities/areas of actions, and resources needs for UNFF12-15 will be considered at AHEG2, taking into account the need to align them with the eventual Global Goals and associated targets, as well as actions of the UNSPF. 2 Illustrative format for the 4POW 2017-2020 (UNFF 12-15) UNFF Session Priority Actions Supports Goal/target Resource Needs 2017 UNFF121 Thematic Priority (ies) from UNSPF and associated actions2 (to be added) Operational priorities – Matters to be considered for appropriate actions by the Forum from E/2015/33 and UNSPF3 a. Guidelines for operation of GFFFN, as well as review and advise on the availability of resources for its operation (6.f.iv4) b. (...) The CPF will prepare the report on (i). 3 UNFF Session Priority Actions Supports Goal/target Resource Needs 2018 UNFF13 Operational priorities - Matters to be considered and decided by the Forum from E/2015/33 and UNSPF6 c.
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Score: 517240.23 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...irs_4POW_2017-20_11Oct2016.pdf
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Some may perceive a loss of control over their non- strategic operations as a risk or are not convinced the JOF is a lower cost alternative that can realize the benefits it plans to achieve, and this has to be addressed through demonstration of the JOF in practice (proof of concept).  Regrettably, there is no HQ’s Inter-agency harmonized manual for Procurement, Travel, ICT and Human Resources. The lack of these manuals create huge challenges to harmonize functions at the country level.  The JOF is drafting an Operations Handbook with policies and procedures governing the JOF’s services (Procurement, Travel, ICT and Human Resources) that are delivered in Brazil. (...) While this is likely to be much lower if the model is scaled as the core blueprint is now available, it would still require an upfront resource commitment by each UNCT, to design a JOF that meets local needs.  The JOF resulted in a reduction of total number of operations staff across agencies, which is a process that needs to be carefully and transparently managed by each agency, to ensure all human resources practices and staff contractual obligations are adhered to.  There is an impatience to review the JOF as a business model, and to understand its scalability.
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Score: 516102.1 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...rations-strategy-march2016.pdf
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(UNSPF para 63, E/2015/33 para 6.f.iii) • The Forum will review and advise on the availability of resources for SFM funding, including the GFFFN, and ensure that the operation of the GFFFN is consistent with guidelines to be approved by the Forum.6 (E/2015/33 para 6.f.iii-iv) III. (...) This can be done through regular reporting, including financial reporting, and communication on GFFFN activities (e.g. participating countries, sources and levels of funding, allocation of resources, accomplishments, lessons learned and steps taken to upscale successes), as well as periodic independent evaluations of GFFFN operations. (...) Monitoring and Evaluation • The Forum, during its odd-year sessions, will: - Monitor and assess the work and performance of the GFFFN, including reviewing and advising on the availability of UNFF Trust Fund resources (UNSPF para 63, E/2015/33 para 6.f.iii-iv) - Ensure that the operation of the GFFFN is consistent with these Guidelines.
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Score: 515209.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...FFFN_Guidelines_16-Feb2018.pdf
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The quadrennial programme of work identifies thematic and operational priorities, priority actions and resource needs. 3. (...) Means of implementation: (a) Initial discussions on the guidelines for the operation of the Global Forest Financing Facilitation Network and the availability of resources ((6) (f) (iv)) (b) Progress on the activities and operation of the Global Forest Financing Facilitation Network 4. (...) Means of implementation (a) Progress on activities and the operation of the Global Forest Financing Facilitation Network, and availability of resources ((6) (f) (iii) and (iv)) 4.
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Score: 509775.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...s/2016/12/4POW_AdvUnedited.pdf
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In addition, emergency operations of UNICEF, humanitarian emergencies of UNFPA and humanitarian operations of WFP are also considered to be humanitarian-related. Accordingly, all other operational activities are treated as development-related. (...) For system-wide reporting purposes, “core” resources refer to un-earmarked funding that is used at the sole discretion of the respective UNDS entity and its governing board, and “non-core” resources refers to earmarked funding that is directed by donors towards specific locations, themes, activities and/or operations.
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Score: 508582.2 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...endum2-TechnicalNote-Final.pdf
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In addition, emergency operations of UNICEF and humanitarian operations of WFP are also considered to be humanitarian- related. (...) Data on inter-agency pooled funds were obtained from the system-wide inter-agency pooled fund database. Core and non-core resources Core or unrestricted aid is generally seen as the most efficient way of building relevant and effective partnerships with programme countries in the delivery of operational activities for development. (...) For system-wide reporting purposes, all the above terms are grouped under “core” and “non-core” resources, with the former referring to un-earmarked funding that is used at the sole discretion of the respective United Nations entity and its governing board, and the latter meaning earmarked funding that is directed by donors towards specific locations, themes, activities and operations.
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Score: 507588.23 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...r2018-annex-technical-note.pdf
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Operational activities for development Operational activities for development (OAD) are considered to consist of those activities that fall under either ‘development assistance’ or ‘humanitarian assistance’. (...) Prior to the adoption of the new set of data standards for system-wide reporting of financial data, the OECD/DAC’s ODA coefficient was used to estimate the proportion of UN entities’ resources that were spent on either development- or humanitarian-assistance activities.2 As such, new and improved methodology was used starting this year to determine the volume of resources channelled through the UNDS that was used for operational activities for development. (...) This includes both assessed contributions and voluntary core (un-earmarked) contributions. Non-core resources refer to voluntary earmarked funding that is directed by donors towards specific locations, themes, activities and/or operations.
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Score: 507098.2 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...SGR2020-Add1-TechnicalNote.pdf
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Enhancing overall funding, in particular core resources Art 38 (critical mass) C. Improving the predictability and quality of resources Art 45 (integrated budgets) D. (...) Result based management Art 165 (improve reporting) G. Evaluation of operational activities for development Art 181 (ISWE) 5. Follow-up and monitoring (7 OP) Art 186 (SG implementation reports) Examples of some language • Policy level: Imbalance of core and non-core resources Art 26: Stresses that core resources, because of their untied nature, continue to be the bedrock of the operational activities for development of the United Nations system, in this regard notes with concern that the share of core contributions to United Nations funds and programmes has declined in recent years, and recognizes the need for organizations to address, on a continuous basis, the imbalance between core and non-core resources; • Management level: “critical mass” of core ressources Art 39.
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Score: 506175.34 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...cpr-what-is-it-Switzerland.pdf
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ln=en https://undocs.org/E/RES/2020/23 https://undocs.org/A/RES/74/297 https://undocs.org/A/RES/74/238 https://undocs.org/a/res/72/279 https://undocs.org/a/res/71/243 https://undocs.org/A/72/684 https://undocs.org/A/72/124 https://www.un.org/ecosoc/sites/www.un.org.ecosoc/files/files/en/oas/OAS2020-VPSummary.pdf https://unsdg.un.org/resources/list-resident-coordinators https://unsdg.un.org/resources/resident-coordinator-statistics https://unsdg.un.org/resources/un-resident-coordinator-generic-job-description https://unsdg.un.org/about/development-coordination-office 2020 QCPR – Reading List – 31 October 2020 2 The UNSDG and the UN Regional and Country Teams o The UN Sustainable Development Group (UNSDG) o The Regional Teams o The UN Country Teams o UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework Guidance o Consolidated Annexes to the Cooperation Framework Guidance o The Management and Accountability Framework o System-Wide Strategic Document (SWSD) to support the implementation of the 2030 Agenda (July 2019) The Regional Review o Why Member States should support the UN regional reform, CEPEI and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (May 2020) o Repositioning the regional assets of the UNDS: Status Update (March 2020)1 o Repositioning of the regional assets of the UNDS to better service the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development: Update to Member States (January 2020) o A Sustainable Regional UN, short version (CEPEI, April 2019) The MCO Review o MCO Review: Update to Member States (March 2020)2 o UN Multi-Country Office Review Final Report (2019) Funding the UNDS o The Funding Compact (A/74/73/Add.1–E/2019/14/Add.1) o The Joint SDG Fund: Portfolio Overview o Innovating and Transforming the UN Development System for the 2030 Agenda: The Delivering Together Facility in 2019 o Financing the UN development System: Time for Hard Choices (DHF 2019): Full Report and Executive Summary o Funding the UN: Support or Constraint? (...) (Brookings, McArthur & Rasmussen, 2018) o Towards enhancing Core Unearmarked Funding to the UN development system in the post-2015 era (DESA, 2016) o Data Standards for UN system-wide reporting of financial data o Guidance Note for UN Country Teams: UN Country-level Pooled Funds Business Operations and Efficiencies o UNSDG Business Operations: Overview o Business Operations Strategy (BOS) 2.0 (UNSDG, October 2019): - Presentation; - Fact Sheet; - Frequently Asked Questions; - Guidance Executive Summary o Opportunities to improve efficiency and effectiveness in administrative support services by enhancing inter-agency cooperation, JIU report (2018) o Common premises in the UN System: current practices and future prospects, JIU report (Sep 2020) 1 Shared with Member States in March 2020 but not posted online. (...) Copy available upon request. https://unsdg.un.org/about/who-we-are https://unsdg.un.org/un-in-action/regional-level https://unsdg.un.org/un-in-action/country-level https://unsdg.un.org/resources/united-nations-sustainable-development-cooperation-framework-guidance https://unsdg.un.org/resources/consolidated-annexes-cooperation-framework-guidance https://unsdg.un.org/resources/consolidated-annexes-cooperation-framework-guidance https://unsdg.un.org/resources/management-and-accountability-framework-un-development-and-resident-coordinator-system-0 https://unsdg.un.org/sites/default/files/2020-05/SWSD-UNSDG-FINAL.pdf http://cepei.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Why-Memeber-States_V1.pdf http://cepei.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Why-Memeber-States_V1.pdf http://cepei.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Why-Memeber-States_V1.pdf https://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/commission/EXCOM/Agenda/2020/EXCOM_109_17_Feb_2020/UN_RegionalReview_Update_27Jan2020.pdf https://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/commission/EXCOM/Agenda/2020/EXCOM_109_17_Feb_2020/UN_RegionalReview_Update_27Jan2020.pdf https://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/commission/EXCOM/Agenda/2020/EXCOM_109_17_Feb_2020/UN_RegionalReview_Update_27Jan2020.pdf http://cepei.org/en/documents/a-sustainable-regional-un-2/ https://www.un.org/ecosoc/sites/www.un.org.ecosoc/files/files/en/qcpr/Cepei-Official-Report-short.pdf https://www.un.org/ecosoc/sites/www.un.org.ecosoc/files/files/en/qcpr/MCO%20Review%20Report%20Final%20Draft%20_16May-rev.pdf https://undocs.org/A/74/73/Add.1 https://jointsdgfund.org/sdg-financing https://unsdg.un.org/resources/innovating-and-transforming-un-development-system-2030-agenda-delivering-together https://unsdg.un.org/resources/innovating-and-transforming-un-development-system-2030-agenda-delivering-together https://unsdg.un.org/resources/innovating-and-transforming-un-development-system-2030-agenda-delivering-together https://www.daghammarskjold.se/publication/unds-2019/ https://www.daghammarskjold.se/publication/es-unds2019/ https://www.daghammarskjold.se/publication/es-unds2019/ https://library.oapen.org/handle/20.500.12657/39739 https://www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/globalviews_who_funds_which_multilaterals.pdf https://www.un.org/ecosoc/sites/www.un.org.ecosoc/files/files/en/qcpr/qcpr-2016-desk-review-core-funding-paper.pdf https://www.un.org/ecosoc/sites/www.un.org.ecosoc/files/files/en/qcpr/qcpr-2016-desk-review-core-funding-paper.pdf https://www.un.org/ecosoc/sites/www.un.org.ecosoc/files/files/en/qcpr/qcpr-2016-desk-review-core-funding-paper.pdf https://www.unsystem.org/content/data-standards-united-nations-system-wide-reporting-financial-data https://unsdg.un.org/sites/default/files/2020-05/Guidance-Country-Level-Pooled-Funds.pdf https://unsdg.un.org/2030-agenda/business-operations https://unsdg.un.org/resources/business-operations-strategy-bos-20-presentation-unct https://unsdg.un.org/resources/business-operations-strategy-bos-20-fact-sheet https://unsdg.un.org/resources/business-operations-strategy-bos-20-frequently-asked-questions-faq https://unsdg.un.org/resources/business-operations-strategy-bos-20-guidance-executive-summary https://www.unjiu.org/sites/www.unjiu.org/files/jiu-rep-2020-3_review_highlights.pdf 2020 QCPR – Reading List – 31 October 2020 3 o UN Comprehensive Response to COVID-19 (September 2020) o UN Framework for the immediate socio-economic response to COVID-19 (April 2020) o Global Humanitarian Response Plan – COVID-19 (March 2020) o UN COVID-19 Policy Briefs (2020) o COVID-19 Data Portal o Decade of Action website (2020) o Global Sustainable Development Report 2019, Independent Group of Scientists (2019) o 2020 Report of the Secretary-General on Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace o The Triple Nexus in Practice: Toward a New Way of Working in Protracted and Repeated Crises, Center on International Cooperation (2019) o DAC Recommendation on the Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus, OECD (2020) o Managing major risks to sustainable development: Conflict, disaster, the SDGs and the United Nations, DESA (2015) o Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation in the UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (UNDRR, August 2020) o Review of change management in UNS Organizations (JIU report, 2019) o Review of the SWAP on Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment (JIU report, 2019) o Progress Report on South-South and Triangular Cooperation (JIU report, 2018) o Donor-led assessments of the UNS Organizations (JIU report, 2017) o Results-Based Management in the UNDS (JIU report, 2017) o Private Sector Partnership Arrangements in the context of the 2030 Agenda (JIU report, 2017) Virtual training series for delegates in preparation for the 2020 QCPR o Module 1- The QCPR and the UN Development System: Video; Materials o Module 2 - A tailored and targeted UNDS’ support to countries: Video; Materials o Module 3 - Funding the UN’s OAD and financing the SDGs: Video; Materials o Module 4 -Looking forward to the 2020 QCPR: Video; Materials ECOSOC Operational Activities segment: Chair’s Summary o Chair’s Summary of the 2020 ECOSOC Operational Activities segment o Chair’s Summary of the 2019 ECOSOC Operational Activities Segment o Chair’s Summary of the 2018 ECOSOC Operational Activities Segment o Chair’s Summary of the 2017 ECOSOC Operational Activities Segment COVID-19 response Other/Miscellaneous Additional Reports and Resources on the 2016 QCPR Cycle 2020 QCPR Training Materials The Decade of Action Humanitarian, development, and peacebuilding interlinkages https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/un-comprehensive-response-to-covid-19.pdf https://unsdg.un.org/resources/un-framework-immediate-socio-economic-response-covid-19 https://www.unocha.org/sites/unocha/files/Global-Humanitarian-Response-Plan-COVID-19.pdf https://www.un.org/en/coronavirus/UN-response https://data.uninfo.org/Home/_ProcessIndicators https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/decade-of-action/ https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/gsdr2019 https://www.undocs.org/en/S/2020/773 https://cic.nyu.edu/sites/default/files/triple-nexus-in-practice-nwow-full-december-2019-web.pdf https://legalinstruments.oecd.org/public/doc/643/643.en.pdf http://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/qcpr/pdf/sgr2016-deskreview-transition.pdf http://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/qcpr/pdf/sgr2016-deskreview-transition.pdf http://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/qcpr/pdf/sgr2016-deskreview-transition.pdf https://unsdg.un.org/resources/integrating-disaster-risk-reduction-and-climate-change-adaptation-un-sustainable https://unsdg.un.org/resources/integrating-disaster-risk-reduction-and-climate-change-adaptation-un-sustainable https://unsdg.un.org/resources/integrating-disaster-risk-reduction-and-climate-change-adaptation-un-sustainable https://www.unjiu.org/sites/www.unjiu.org/files/jiu_rep_2019_4_english.pdf https://www.unjiu.org/sites/www.unjiu.org/files/jiu_rep_2019_2_english_0.pdf https://www.unjiu.org/sites/www.unjiu.org/files/jiu_rep_2018_2_english_0.pdf https://www.unjiu.org/sites/www.unjiu.org/files/jiu_document_files/products/en/reports-notes/JIU%20Products/JIU_REP_2017_2_English.pdf https://www.unjiu.org/sites/www.unjiu.org/files/jiu_rep_2017_6_english__0.pdf https://www.unjiu.org/sites/www.unjiu.org/files/jiu_rep_2017_8_english_1.pdf https://www.youtube.com/watch?
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Score: 504284 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...r/QCPR2020-ListOfResources.pdf
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Data on agency-specific thematic funds and global/vertical funds were collected from the annual financial reports and statements of individual UN entities. 1 Referred to by some UN entities as “development effectiveness costs” 2 See http://www.unsceb.org/content/statistics SGR2017 – Annex – Technical Note- page 3 Core and non-core resources Core or unrestricted aid is generally seen as the most efficient way of building relevant and effective partnerships with programme countries in the delivery of operational activities for development. Core resources provide the highest quality, flexibility and efficiency of pooled funding. (...) For system-wide reporting purposes, all the above terms are grouped under “core” and “non-core” resources, with the former referring to un-earmarked funding that is used at the sole discretion of the respective United Nations entity and its governing board, and the latter meaning earmarked funding that is directed by donors towards specific locations, themes, activities and operations.
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Score: 503349.6 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...r2017-annex-technical-note.pdf
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