Project Factsheet
Project ID:00096490Description:SOM-009 ENABLING SERVICE
Somalia Multi Window Trust Fd
Start Date *: 17 Nov 2015
Enabling Service
End Date*: 30 Sep 2021
Country: Somalia Project Status: On Going
  Participating Organization:   Multiple

Short description of the Joint Programme

The Joint Programme on Enablers brings together activities implemented by the Resident Coordinator Office (RCO), the Risk Management Unit (RMU), the UN Department of Safety and Security (UNDSS) and UN Women, to enable the UN system and the international community to implement their respective mandates throughout Somalia. Through the provision of coordination, risk management, security services, and gender focused analytical support, these three Enabling units facilitate the delivery of humanitarian, development, and peacebuilding assistance across all 5 PSGs.

Executive Summary

This Joint Programme presents the objectives, services, and resource requirements of three UN offices (the Resident Coordinator’s Office (RCO), the Risk Management Unit (RMU), and the Department for Safety and Security (DSS) and UN Women (hereinafter referred to collectively as the “Enablers”) that provide enabling services to the entire UN family and the international community working in and on Somalia.

This Joint Programme is bridging programme to ensure that the services provided by the Enablers are allowed to continue, as discussions continue on more predictable and sustainable funding streams for a number of services mentioned in this Joint Programme. The Joint Programme has been developed on the basis of consultations within the UN and with donors. The Joint Programme is based on detailed business plans that have been respectively developed for each enabling office and UN Women’s strategic Note.

 The main imperatives that have informed the content of this programme document are:

  1. The need to retain key common services to the UN in Somalia and the international community.
  2. The need to ensure a coherent and coordinated international community engagement across all of Somalia.
  3. The need to ensure safety and security of staff in Somalia is preserved.
  4. The need to ensure robust risk management for effective and accountable assistance.
  5. The need to ensure gender sensitive interventions across all PSGs in Somalia

 The Joint Programme is implemented by UNDP for DSS projects and the RCO, by UN Women, and by

UNOPS for the RMU.

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If you have questions about this programme you may wish to contact the RC office in Somalia or the lead agency for the programme.

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