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Project ID:00065846Description:MOZ106 Decentralisation &Inter
Mozambique One UN Fund
Start Date *: 31 Dec 2008
Decentralization & Integration
End Date*: 31 Dec 2011
Country: Mozambique Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   Multiple

Programme Description:

The PARPA II includes a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) strategy, which aims to develop an integrated national M&E system, operating as a routine part of the planning process.  Within the framework of the UNDAF for the period 2007 to 2009, the UN family is committed to support the Government in strengthening its capacity at all levels for participatory planning, M&E, including monitoring national progress against the MDGs. This outcome will support decentralisation and district capacity building process, the government policy that places the “District as a Pole of Development” and Local Economic Development and Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) development. The MV will be the learning sites for addressing comprehensive approaches for MDGs while capitalising potential partnerships and initiatives towards targeted MDGs.


Development Goal

UNDAF Outcome:

UNDAF Outcome 1: By 2009, Government and CSO capacity at national, provincial and local level, strengthened to plan, implement and monitor socio-economic development in a transparent, accountable, equitable and participatory way in order to achieve the MDGs

UNDAF Output:


1.1.1:  Capacities supporting planning, monitoring and the participatory evaluation of strategic integrated plans, with an emphasis upon cross-cutting issues such as gender and HIV/AIDS, strengthened

1.1.4: Information systems providing disaggregated socio-demographic data for planning, monitoring and evaluation by region, sex, vulnerable groups, reliable socio-cultural and gender-sensitive for improved planning and M&E and increased access to information strengthened

1.2.2:  Provincial government, selected districts and municipalities capacities improved to coordinate, implement and oversee delivery of integrated services strengthened

1.3.4: National, Provincial and districts monitoring mechanisms strengthened (Poverty/Development Observatories)


JP Outputs and Key Activities:


  • Government capacity strengthened in selected provinces, districts and municipalities for participatory development Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, and decentralization and district capacity building process (local organs of state) enhanced.
  • National level policy management, harmonization and alignment capacities strengthened at downstream and upstream level.
  • Local decision-making structures strengthened as well as involvement in the M&E of the development agenda at national and decentralized levels.
  • Local income generation activities promoted.
  • Gender responsive planning and financing promoted.



  • Strengthening local governments and Consultative Councils and IPPCC capacity for participatory governance and local development
  • District and institutional capacity building (local organs of state) for service delivery through support to the decentralization process, health systems, effective agricultural and agro-forestry techniques and cultural behavioral change and technology knowledge for sustainable development
  • Support Local Economic Development (LED) activities with emphases on local promotion of local associations
  • Building capacity for low cost infrastructure development with local associations (MERAS), particularly women -led organizations, and strengthening their capacity to implement, manage and report on project execution
  • Establishing/improving information systems at central and local levels for providing disaggregated and gender-sensitive socio-demographic and employment data
  • Establishing/disseminating the national e-Government platform, including online development knowledge bases to support service delivery at provincial, municipal and district levels.
  • Strengthening local government capacities for gender responsive planning, budgeting and M&E to ensure that needs and interests of women and men are adequately addressed in the local development processes.



Procurement activities will be conducted through participating UN agencies and the national implementation partners.



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