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Rwanda One UN Fund - Reports
Guidelines on UNDAF to UNDAP transition
In January 2007, Rwanda was selected as one of eight pilot countries for the UN reform process known as Delivering as One (DaO). The objective of this One UN pilot was to enable the UN System to provide a more effective and coherent response to the needs of the Government of Rwanda and its Development Partners.
In line with the Standard Operating Procedures for the DaO, the One UN in Rwanda is based on the five pillars: One Programme, One Budgetary Framework, One Leader, Operating as One, and Communicating as One. The One Budgetary Framework is a total estimated amount of resources (both regular and other) needed to implement the UN Development Assistance Plan (UNDAP) 2013-2018 for Rwanda. The Rwanda One UN Fund has been established to mobilize and allocate additional resources at the country level in a simplified, coherent manner consistent with the overall purpose of the DaO and the UNDAP.
This arrangement in Rwanda is subscribed to by all members of the UN Country Team (UNCT). The UNCT in Rwanda adopted a Code of Conduct committing themselves to the key principles for implementation of the UNDAP and the success of One UN.
The DaO in Rwanda is being implemented in a collaborative manner under the strong leadership of the Government of Rwanda. Furthermore, under the management and leadership of the Resident Coordinator, the UNCT works together to mobilize resources to cover the funding gaps in the UNDAP.
The Rwanda One UN Fund is administered by the Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office (MPTF Office) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in accordance with its financial regulations and rules.
The objective of the Rwanda One UN Fund is to support the coherent resource mobilization, allocation and disbursement of development partner resources for the implementation of the UNDAP under the direction of the UN Resident Coordinator as leader of the UN Country Team in Rwanda.
The Rwanda One UN Fund has been established as a vehicle to pool new resources provided by development partners to support the unfunded portions of the UNDAP. The UNDAP embodies the One Programme principle and is funded through a combination of existing core and non-core resources of participating organizations and the Rwanda One UN Fund. The strong preference for the financing of the unfunded portion of the UNDAP is for resources to be allocated to the Rwanda One UN Fund.
The Rwanda One UN Fund, under the guidance of the One UN Steering Committee and under the leadership of the Resident Coordinator and UNCT, is intended to facilitate the realization of the UNDAP outcomes by strengthening the planning and coordination process, based on number of One UN flagship programmes, and channelling funds towards the highest priority needs.
The Rwanda One UN Fund will support partnership and communication between all stakeholders involved with Rwanda's development led by the Government of Rwanda. Information given to the media, to the beneficiaries of the One UN programme, all related promotion material, official notices, reports and publications, shall acknowledge the role of Government of Rwanda, the UN and the development partners.
One UN Steering Committee
UN Resident Coordinator
Support services provided by the Resident Coordinator's Office
The UN Country Team/Allocation Committee
The UNDAP DRGs
The Administrative Agent
Proposal Submission, Proposal Review & Approval Process
The One UN Flagship programmes within each UNDAP Results area will be implemented on the basis of duly signed Programme Document in conformity with the UNDG guidelines. The UNDAP DRGs are also obliged to jointly develop Consolidated Annual Plans of all the activities of all the agencies within an UNDAP Result for the next year. The Consolidated Annual Plans will at the end of the year also be used to report on the results achieved per UNDAP DRG.
The criteria are used following a three-step process:
Participating Organizations are required to submit final year-end expenditures by April 30 in the following year; Interim expenditure figures are submitted on a voluntary basis and therefore current year figures are not final until the year-end expenditures have been submitted.
Funds with Administrative Agent
Funds with Participating Organizations
For Policy and Programme Issues
United Nations Resident Coordinator's Office, Avenue de l'Armée 12, P.O Box: 445, Kigali - Rwanda; Telephone: +250 252 590 403+250 252 590 403 ; Fax: +250 252 578 439; Website: www.rw.one.un.org
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