United Nations Development Group Delivering Together for Development
Joint Programmes Overview

In 2002, the Secretary General’s Agenda for Further Changecalled for more joint programmes and pooling of resources at country level. Joint programming captures much of what is described in the CCA-UNDAF guidelines – the UNCT working together with partners to: strengthen country analysis; influence national priorities; and respond to those priorities as one system. A joint programme or project is a next possible step.

It should happen where UN agencies, with national partners and donors, see clear gains in effectiveness and efficiency from combining their efforts and resources in a common work plan and budget. The work plan and budget forms part of a joint programme document, which also provides details about roles and responsibilities of partners in coordinating and managing the joint activities. The joint programme document is signed by all participating organizations and national or sub-national partners. A completed UNDAF results matrix is the usual starting point for identifying potential joint programmes or projects.

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Joint Programming
Joint Programme Overview
1 April 2005
Joint Programmes - Frequently Asked Questions
1 April 2005
Quick Facts on Joint Programmes
1 April 2005
Revised Standard Joint Programme Document
April 2008
Quick Reference Guide to Joint Programmes
1 April 2005
Standard Administrative Arrangement for Multi-Donor Trust Funds and Joint Programmes
October 2008
Standard Administrative Arrangement for Multi-Donor Trust Funds and Joing Programs -- using pass through fund management.
Standard Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for MDTF and Joint Programmes
Standard Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for MDTP and Joint Programmes Using Pass Through Fund Management
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Examples and Experiences
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