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Tanzania One UN Fund - Reports
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Tanzania One UN Fund - Key Documents
Following the request by the Government, Tanzania was announced as a UN reform pilot country in January 2007. Through the development of a single framework for the UN's activities in support of the Government's development priorities (in accordance with the Joint Assistance Strategy for Tanzania and with commitment to the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness), members of the United Nations Development Group in Tanzania prepared "The UN Working Together in Tanzania - One UN Programme (2007 - 2008)" which was signed on 10 October 2007.
With One UN leader, One UN programme, One UN budgetary framework and One office, the UN in Tanzania expects to deliver better results that make a difference in the lives of the poor and most vulnerable.
The objective of the Tanzania One UN Fund, under the management and leadership of the Government and the UN Resident Coordinator, is to support the coherent resource mobilization, allocation and disbursement of new donor resources to unfunded elements of the One UN Programme and to support new initiatives responding to emerging needs within the context of the One UN Programme.
The Tanzania 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 Tanzania One UN Fund will be utilized for the purpose of supporting the unfunded elements of the "The UN Working Together in Tanzania - One UN Programme (2007 - 2008)". Details of the One UN Programme, including the planned activities, estimated budgets and implementation arrangements are provided in the One UN Programme.
The Tanzania One UN Fund intends to facilitate the delivery of outputs planned in the One UN Programme by strengthening the joint planning, coordination and implementation process and channelling funds towards the highest priority needs determined by the Joint Steering Committee based on the agreed criteria and procedures with documented process and rationale for allocations. The objectives of the activities to be financed by the One UN Fund are elaborated in the One UN Programme.
The Tanzania One UN Fund will streamline the management of donor contribution to the One UN Programme and will endeavour the use of Government systems and procedures where possible, aiming to make progress on the UN's commitment to the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness.
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Representatives/Country Directors/Heads of Participating UN Organizations
Proposal Submission and Eligibility
After CMT approves the programmes (which is already the case for the current pilot One UN Programme), the JPWGs will be tasked to comply with criteria (c) i.e. detailed programme planning. This detailed planning is a critical step to precede the first allocation of resources from the One UN Fund. Effective allocation (and programme implementation) requires a detailed one year plan that is realistic in relation to capacity, sequences activities, assesses risks, determines likely cash-flow and divides responsibilities and resources.
Programmes eligible for funding under the Tanzania One UN Fund must meet the following design criteria:
Proposal Review & Approval Process
The Evaluation Team will conduct a desk review of all the programmes, receive a presentation from the Managing Agent and make a proposal for allocation of funds after applying the criteria. The Evaluation Team fund allocation proposal will then be shared with the IAPC. Any issue raised by the IAPC will be presented to the CMT by the chair of the IAPC. The CMT will take a final UN position and engage first the Joint Task Force and then the Joint Steering Committee, where the final decision will be made.
The JSC is responsible for the final decision making. Decision making should reflect cross-validation of the application of the criteria. The purpose is to ensure that there is a balance between competing priorities. It will be the JSC to ensure that the final decision is wholly appropriate and that equity and reasonableness are applied
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.
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For Policy and Programme Issues
United Nations Resident Coordinator's Office, 182 Mzinga Way,Oysterbay, P. O. Box 9182, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Telephone: +255 686 036 475+255 686 036 475; Fax: +255-22-260-2802; Website: http://tz.one.un.org, Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/UNTanzania
For Fund Administrative Agent Issues
United Nations Development Programme, 182 Mzinga Way,Oysterbay, P. O. Box 9182, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; +255 22 219 5032; Fax: +255 22 219 5011