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In November 2008, the Viet Nam One Plan and Viet Nam One Plan Fund I was expanded to include seven additional Participating Organizations. This expansion lead to the establishment of a new MDTF, the Viet Nam One Plan Fund II. All new contributions to the expanded One Plan and Delivering as One in Viet Nam are now channelled through the Viet Nam One Plan Fund II.

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In December of 2006, following a request by the Government of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, the UNDG Chair and UNDP Administrator Kemal Dervis announced that Viet Nam would be among the first pilot countries for implementation of the recommendations of the High Level Panel on System-Wide Coherence.

The One UN Initiative in Viet Nam comprises of five elements: One Plan, One Budget, One Leader, One House and One Set of Management Practices. The One Budget is a total estimated amount of resources (both regular and other) needed to implement the One Plan as reflected in the Results and Resources Framework (RRF) of the One Plan.

The Viet Nam One Plan Fund II is a pooled fund mechanism to mobilize and allocate new resources by donors to support the unfunded portions of the One Plan II and new initiatives responding to emerging needs within the context of the One Plan 2012-2016. The One Plan Fund II, with its 17 Participating Organizations, builds on the experiences of the One Plan Fund I (with its six Participating Organizations) under the management leadership of the UN Resident Coordinator. It is intended to facilitate the realization of One Plan outcomes by strengthening the planning and coordination process, tying the funding allocation to the One Plan II and channelling funds towards the highest priority needs. The objectives of the activities to be financed by the One Plan Fund II are elaborated in the One Plan. The UN Resident Coordinator, based on consultations with the One Plan Fund Mobilization and Allocation Committee, has the authority to approve and allocate funds from the One Plan Fund II based on priorities identified by the Joint Government/UN One Plan Steering Committee.

In November 2008, in line with the conclusion of the One Plan II, the Viet Nam One Plan Fund was expanded to include seven additional Participating UN Organizations. This expansion lead to the establishment of a new fund, the Viet Nam One Plan Fund II. All new contributions to the One Plan II and Delivering as One in Viet Nam are now channelled through the Viet Nam One Plan Fund II.

In March 2012, with the endorsement of the revised One Plan Fund II Terms of Reference and the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Participating Organizations, the One Plan Fund II was extended until 31 December 2016 in support of the One Plan 2012-2016.

The Viet Nam One Plan Fund II 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, and the UNDG AA Protocol.

 

Assistance Strategy

As per its Terms of Reference, the objective of the Viet Nam One Plan Fund II is to support the coherent resource mobilization, allocation and disbursement of donor resources to the Viet Nam One Plan II under the direction of the UN Resident Coordinator.

The Viet Nam One Plan Fund II is a vehicle for new resources pooled by donors to support the unfunded portions of the One Plan 2012-2016 and new initiatives responding to emerging needs within the context of the One Plan. The One Plan Fund II, under the management leadership of the UN Resident Coordinator, is intended to facilitate the realization of One Plan outcomes by strengthening the planning and coordination process, tying the funding allocation to the One Plan and channelling funds towards the highest priority needs. The objectives of the activities to be financed by the One Plan Fund II are elaborated in the One Plan.

The One Plan Fund II supports partnership and communication between all stakeholders involved with Vietnamese development led by the Government of Viet Nam.

The One Plan Fund II is utilized for the purpose of meeting the unfunded costs of initiatives, including new initiatives responding to emerging needs, under the One Plan. Details of such initiatives, including the respective budgets and implementation partners, are set out in the relevant Participating Organizations' Annual Work Plans, programme or project documents.

 

Governance

One Plan Consultative Forum
The One Plan Consultative Forum co-chaired by the Vice Minister of Planning and Investment and the Resident Coordinator will oversee the annual review and overall monitoring of implementation of the One Plan II to ensure the achievement of its outcomes and its contribution to national priorities;

One Plan Steering Committee
The One Plan Steering Committee within the One Plan Consultative Forum co-chaired by the Vice Minister of the Ministry of Planning and Investment and the Resident Coordinator will provide guidance and recommendations on priority actions to be undertaken to meet the objectives of the One Plan and approve the guiding principles for the allocation of funding from the One Plan Fund II.

The One Plan Fund Mobilization and Allocation Committee (OPFMAC)
The One Plan Fund Mobilization and Allocation Committee consists of the UN Resident Coordinator and the Country Directors/Heads of Participating Organizations. The Committee is chaired by the UN Resident Coordinator. It is responsible for developing a joint resource mobilisation strategy, for prioritising the allocation of funds from the Viet Nam One Plan Fund II, and for providing oversight of the management and operations of the One Plan Fund II. The prioritisation is guided by recommendations from One Plan Annual Reviews undertaken by the Joint Government/UN One Plan Steering Committee, and by key documents including the One Plan.

UN Resident Coordinator
The overall management of the Viet Nam One Plan Fund II is led and coordinated by the Resident Coordinator in consultation with the Participating UN Organizations. The Resident Coordinator is responsible for providing strategic leadership of the Viet Nam One Plan Fund on the basis of the One Plan II; mobilizing resources for the One Plan Fund II in collaboration with Participating UN Organizations; approving allocation of funds from the One Plan Fund II based on priorities identified within the One Plan II and endorsed by the Joint Government/UN One Plan Steering Committee, as well as the UN's comparative advantage; overseeing the programme coordination support allocation; and chairing the Expanded One Plan Fund Mobilization and Allocation Committee. The Resident Coordinator makes ultimate decisions on fund allocation (with documented process and rationale for these decisions). Programme implementation will be the responsibility of the Country Directors/Head of Participating Organizations. The UN Resident Coordinator holds Country Directors/Head of Participating Organizations accountable for their organization's components of the results of initiatives funded through the One Plan Fund II.

Administrative Agent
The UNDP Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office (MPTF Office) has been appointed the Administrative Agent of the Viet Nam One Plan Fund II. Its responsibilities as Administrative Agent include providing the receipt, administration and management of contributions from Donors; disbursement of such funds to the participating UN Organizations in accordance with the approved Annual Work Plans/Programmatic Documents; and provision of consolidated financial reports on the One Plan Fund II Account to the UN Resident Coordinator based on reports of the Participating Organizations.


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Key Figures
Funding Status
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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Funds with Administrative Agent
Contributions from Donors 103,972,021  
Interest and Investment Income (from Fund) + 393,717  
Interest (from Participating Organizations) + 57,481  
Total source of funds   104,423,219
Transferred to Participating Organizations 99,576,008  
Refunds from Participating Organizations - 644,974  
Administrative Agent Fee + 1,039,720  
Direct Cost + 4,167,659  
Bank Charges + 1,135  
Total use of funds   - 104,139,548
Balance with Administrative Agent   283,671
As a percentage of deposits   0.3%
Funds with Participating Organizations
Transfers to Participation Organizations 99,576,008  
Total resources   99,576,008
Participating Organizations' Expenditure 95,785,293  
Refunds from Participating Organizations + 644,974  
Total expenses   - 96,430,267
Balance with Participating Organizations   3,145,741
As a percentage of transfers   3.2%
Total Balance of Funds   3,429,412
As a percentage of deposits   3.3%
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Contacts

For Policy and Programme Issues

United Nations Resident Coordinator's Office, Green One UN House, 304 Kim Ma, Ba Dinh, Ha Noi, Viet Nam; Telephone: +844 3850 0132; Fax: +844 3726 5520;

Website: www.un.org.vn

 

For Fund Administrative Agent Issues


Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office (MPTF Office), Bureau for Management Services, United Nations Development Programme; Fax: +1 212 906 6990;  

  • Ms Jennifer Topping, Executive Coordinator, E-mail: jennifer.topping@undp.org  
  • Ms Mari Matsumoto, Senior Portfolio Manager, Telephone: +1 212 906 5735; E-mail: mari.matsumoto@undp.org 
  • Ms Louise Moretta, Chief of Finance, Telephone: +1 212 906 5667; E-mail: louise.moretta@undp.org
  • Ms Anita Bansi, Operation Associate (Finance), Telephone: +1 212 906 5529; E-mail: anita.bansi@undp.org
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