2007 Resident Coordinator Annual Report
Major developments in 2008:

The sudden increase in prices for food and petrol during 2008 has shown how vulnerable poor and low-income groups still are even after some years of strong economic growth. About 37 million people (or about 16.5% of the total population) still live below the national poverty line. Nearly half of the population lives on less than 2 US$ a day.

The impact of the world-wide financial and economic crisis that started in September 2008 will further increase the pressure on these groups. Economic and trade indicators are showing a growing impact of the global crisis on Indonesia.

Regional disparities continue to be strong and major challenges remain to achieve the MDGs, for example regarding maternal mortality, especially in some of the poorer regions. With decentralisation, local Governments have increased access to resources in order to address existing challenges. However, this is often not matched by sufficient management and planning capacity. New districts and provinces are being created, often leading to a lack of clear accountabilities and deficits in management /planning capacities.

Aceh is emerging from the unprecedented Tsunami recovery and reconstruction effort. A successful transition to longer-term socio-economic development will need to ensure that the achievements are sustained and Aceh’s fragile peace is secured.

Legislative and Presidential Elections are taking place in the course of 2009. The outcome of the elections will affect the formulation of the next Medium-term national development plan 2010 – 2014.

Summary on progress towards UNDAF outcomes


Progress towards UNDAF outcomes:

Following the devastating Tsunami that hit Indonesia in 2004 the UN system concentrated on the response to this emergency. The UNDAF 2005 – 2010 was therefore not fully implemented as an operational planning framework. Further emergencies, like the response to the earthquake in Yogjakarta in 2006, meant that a review of the UNDAF did not take place. 2008 / 2009 is therefore a transition year for the UN in Indonesia in order to reorient the UNDAF and prepare for the new UNDAF period.

Despite the problems mentioned above in using the UNDAF as an operational framework, UN agencies have made great progress in advancing UN Reform and promoting Joint Programming. Most importantly, as outlined above, the UN agreed on joint strategies for selected priority regions.

Concrete, geographically focussed Joint Programmes were seen as one of the best ways to practically bring UN agencies together and leverage synergies between them for the effective delivery of results. A Joint Programme for Belu district in NTT was launched by the Government and 10 UN agencies on October 8 in a high-profile event chaired by the Minister for Development Planning and with participation of major Donors. The Government views this programme as one of the pilot models for improved coordination and national ownership. A national Steering Committee was set up including senior Government officials, donors and other stakeholders. Another Joint Programme in Yayawijaya district in Papua was signed by participating agencies and presented in high-level meeting with the Government and the RC.

Several other Joint Programmes have been implemented:

• Several UN agencies are cooperating as part of the Indonesian Partnership Fund for HIV/AIDS, an innovative, multi-donor funding mechanism accessible by all stakeholders, including government institutions, national and international NGOs, CSOs.

• UNDP together with UNFPA and UNICEF and the OHCHR are developing a joint programme to strengthen the capacity of Indonesia’s three National Human Rights Institutions (NHRI);

• FAO, UNDP and UNEP collaborate on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation to Support Developing Countries (UN-REDD), an agenda that emanates from the Bali Conference on Climate Change. UNESCO has developed joint proposal with UNDP on deforestation and Climate Change in NTT.

• UN partners as for example UNICEF increasingly work together in the areas of social policy and budgeting at national and sub-national level, contributing to capacity building as well as evidence based advocacy.

• Against the background of the GoIs efforts to decentralize governance of services, and in supporting the efforts to improve quality of primary education, UNESCO and UNICEF jointly provide technical and managerial support as part of the Creating Learning Communities for Children Project (CLCC). UNFPA and UNICEF also support government’s programme of peer education to address adolescent reproductive health.

• UN agencies work together contributing to reduce vulnerabilities for example through their work in food security (WFP, FAO, UNICEF).

• UNIDO and ILO are working jointly to support economic development in Maluku (tbc).

• Several UN agencies are intensively working together in a Gender Working Group (UNICEF, UNIFEM, UNDP, UNFPA, ILO, WHO, RCO).

• In November 2008, the President of Indonesia launched the Indonesian Tsunami Early Warning System (INA TEWS). For the past three years UNESCO have provide support for the coordination of the international donors.

Summary on progress in UN Reform


Progress in UN Reform:

The UN was a key supporter of the Government’s effort to formulate its own, localized version of the Paris Declaration, the “Jakarta Commitment: Aid for Development Effectiveness Roadmap 2009 – 2014”. Technical Assistance has been provided to support the establishment of mechanisms for donor coordination and increased national ownership of international assistance.

Against the background of this strong commitment of the Government to increase harmonization, the UNCT has embarked on the new UNDAF process in order to strengthen common approaches and UN coordination mechanisms.

The focus of the first phase of the UNDAF process was on the identification and development of specific regional strategies for three geographic priority areas: NTT, Aceh and Papua. The MDG framework is being used to ensure coherence and coordination

A significant part of the UN’s work in Indonesia is still focused on Aceh and Nias, the areas affected by the 2004 Tsunami. The UN supported the development of the Aceh Recovery Framework outlining the main Government priorities guiding the assistance and coordination of development partners. This shall allow the Government to manage the transition from Recovery and Reconstruction to sustainable development and lasting peace. Although many agencies will reduce their presence in Aceh in the coming months, the UN family recently jointly renewed their commitment to the province with the Government in a high-level meeting. A number of UN Joint Programmes are being prepared based on this commitment.

A high-level inter-agency mission of senior UN officials to Papua has been conducted and a dialogue with the Government is taking place to develop an agreed framework for the assistance to Papua. This will take best practices from the work of the Recovery and Reconstruction effort in Aceh into account. The Governor has recently requested assistance to conduct a joint UN / World Bank mission for a comprehensive Needs Assessment to support Papua’s strategy for accelerated development.

UN agencies have been providing advisory support to the Government of Indonesia in monitoring the impacts of the current financial crisis on the poor and vulnerable groups in Indonesia. The World Food Program (WFP) in collaboration with UNICEF conducted a pilot on food insecurity across four provinces in Indonesia throughout 2008 and recently presented their findings to Bappenas and other partners and stakeholders. Responding to the current crisis, WFP and UNICEF plan to continue this monitoring in 2009. UNICEF conducted a regional conference: 'The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Children' in January 2009 in Singapore. Since late 2007, ILO has been collecting and analyzing data on employment opportunities in Indonesia, and in response to the crisis will continue monitoring throughout 2009. UNDP Regional Centre in Bangkok has provided technical training to, and shared expertise with, Bappenas in suitable data software systems for monitoring poverty and have committed to provision of further support and training in response to the current crisis.

On 31 March and 1 April UNDP will support Bappenas to conduct a technical workshop 'Monitoring the Impacts of the Global Economic Crisis on the Poor and Vulnerable in Indonesia'. The workshop will involve government policy-makers, senior and technical representatives from international organisations and institutions, and leading academics and experts.WFP, ILO, UNICEF and the UNDP RCB will share their expertise and experiences monitoring the crisis through technical sessions at the workshop. UNDP intend to support the establishment of the Crisis Monitoring and Response System through facilitating the placement of international and national technical experts in the crisis centre.

An inter-agency Communications Group has jointly prepared major events focusing on the promotion of the MDGs and strategic partnerships, for example with the private sector and Civil Society. The jointly organised UN week in October showcased the UN’s work in Indonesia

Inter-agency trainings and induction sessions for new staff have taken place to raise awareness for “Delivering as ONE” and UN Reform especially strengthening capacities to use HRBA and Gender perspectives in Joint Programming processes.

The dialogue with the Government of Indonesia about the “ONE UN House” is on-going and shall be finalized in 2009. In addition, UN agencies continue to work to increase their cooperation in operational issues including the use of a Common Services Budget and the implementation of HACT. A harmonized DSA scale for government and NGO implementing partners has now been established.

Key aspects of the proposed 2009 workplan


Key Aspects of the proposed 2009 work plan:

The UNCT Indonesia will focus on the following key aspects of the 2009 work plan:

A) Finalisation of regional strategies for Aceh, Papua and NTT. UNCT will agree on strategic priorities and strengthen UN coordination mechanisms in the regions. This will be especially relevant for Aceh where the UN Office for the Recovery coordination for Aceh and Nias in charge of coordinating the UN agencies in the Tsunami Response will close in June 2009 and a successor body will be established. In Papua, the UN will work on a joint need assessment with participation of the WB. A similar needs assessment shall be conducted for NTT Province.

B) With the regional processes as described above providing important input, the UN will focus on the Common Country Assessment as the main intermediate product in the UNDAF process for the year 2009. The national level partnerships will focus on capacity building for policy-making processes and development planning with a special focus on Human Development and MDGs.

C) The United Nations Indonesia will support the Government in the implementation of the Jakarta commitment as a localized version of the Paris Declaration. A joint study tour with the National Development Planning Agency is planned to learn from the UN pilot country in Vietnam.

D) The UNCT will furthermore focus on the development of a joint UN Advocacy and Communication Strategy. The role of the UN in awareness raising and advocacy will need to be strengthened as we move away from delivery of basic services in an Indonesia that has now reached middle-income status. The Joint Communication Strategy will also showcase practices in the contributions of the UN to the advancement of the MDGs in Indonesia.

E) Progress on Common Premises. The UN will aim to finalize the agreement with the Government so that all UN agencies may move into ONE House.

F) Common operational tools, specifically HACT shall be strengthened

G) The SMT will lead the effort to improve security arrangements especially focusing on priority programme areas in order to improve Moss compliance.

Recommendations


Recommendations:

• Further simplification of UNCT reporting: Currently duplication regarding reports to DOCO and RDT.

• Need for stronger support for the RC position as representative of the UN.

• Need for clarification of joint accountabilities for UN system performance in the country.




   2008 Results and Use of Funds

2008 Results and Use of Funds
Part One: Progress towards UNDAF outcomes (Results 2008)
Key Result Area Outcome Name Indicate Total Budget Per Outcome Provide an indicative budget delivery amount per outcome in 2008.    Comments
UNDAFOutcome 1Strengthening Human Development to Achieve the MDGs$0.00$0.00 
UNDAFOutcome 2Promoting Good Governance$0.00$0.00 
UNDAFOutcome 3Protecting the Vulnerable and Reducing Vulnerabilities $0.00$0.00 
UNDAFOutcome 4   
UNDAFOutcome 5   
PART 1 TOTAL $0.00 $0.00
Part Two: Coordination Results
Key Results Area Expected Outputs1 Performance Indicators2 Actual Outputs at Year End Funds required/spent at Year End Additional Support Needed from HQ or Regional Director's Team Target Date
SRC UNCCF Transition Un Agencies3 Other
Required Spent Required Spent Required Spent Required Spent Required Spent Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Result Area 1: Coordination for Results
UNCT Contribution to the National Development Plan/Poverty Reduction Strategy
UN support to formulation/implementation of relevant national strategies or plans e.g. JAS/NDP/PRSP UN outcomes and indicators report for UN poverty alleviation programs in Indonesia.

Review processes for UNDAF and for country programmes of agencies reported on outcomes and indicators for povery alleviation in Indonesia. MDG baseline reports were prepared for Aceh and Papua.

$20,000.00

       
UN plan to support the implementation of the Millennium Declaration and/or the UNDG Action Plan on the Development Outcome of the World Summit (MDG Action Plan) * MDG and media workshop

Joint evaluation by the UN team of the effectiveness and synergy of the joint pilots.

X UN agencies participate. Wide media coverage. Report prepared within one month of conclusion of workshop.

An MDG Conference took place in October 2008 with around 200 participants, supported by 6 different UN agencies, local governments and private sector partners. The conference analysed the status of the MDGs in Indonesia and showcased best practices from different regions. In collaboration with Metro TV, one of the best known TV channels in Indonesia, an MDG Award 2008 event was organized, broadcasted by Metro TV.

The evaluation of JPs was postponed. Since most Joint Programmes have only been started, an evaluation will take place at a later date.

$3,000.00 $2,000.00 $7,000.00

       
UN support to capacity development strategies

       
UN assistance to national authorities for the preparation of the national report on the implementation of the Brussels Programme of Action of LDCs 4 * N/A

       
Formulation/implementation of a transition plan or strategy 5

       
Other

       
Aid Coordination / Management / Paris Declaration
Planned efforts to making use of national systems in the areas such as programme/project reporting, PRS/sectoral monitoring and evaluation systems, annual PRS/sectoral performance reviews, national procurement systems, etc Joint CPAP Review with UNICEF, UNFPA and UNDP

1 Joint review process with government

UNCT, in a retreat in March 2008, decided to focus on the re-orientation of the UNDAF with special emphasis on three priority regions (NTT, Aceh and Papua). Together with the Government and other stakeholders, a comprehensive joint review of the existing UN activities took place. Strategic priorities as well as coordination mechanisms have been discussed and will be summarized in an outcome document by beginning of March.

       
UN support to aid coordination/management

       
Other

       
UNDAF/Common Programming
Efforts to align UN programme cycle with national development cycle * UNDAF Mid-term review

As mentioned above, UNCT decided in March 2008 to re-orient the UNDAF and focus on three geographic priority regions. A comprehensive dialogue with stakeholders and within the UN family in Indonesia has taken place. The final report will be approved by UNCT during a retreat in March.

       
Preparation of CCA/UNDAF

see above

       
Implementation of UNDAF M&E Framework * UNDAF Mid-term review completed

see above

$10,000.00 $10,000.00

       
UNDAF Annual Review/ UNDAF Evaluation

       
Other

       
Joint Programmes6
Preparation/ implementation of new Joint Programmes * 1) NTT - Belu between UNICEF, UNFPA, UNDP, WFP, FAO, ILO, WHO, UNV, UNIDO 2) ILO and UNIDO "Peace building and eceonomic development in Maluku 3.) JP in Papua 4) UN joint HIV programme 5) Joint TB HIV awareness 6) Aceh Recovery Framework

Joint Project Document prepared and submitted to Donors

6) Document agreed upon by BRR and Provinvial Government leads to joint UN work plan. 23 District have strategy profiles by End of the year.

1. The Joint Programme Document was signed by the Government and 10 UN agencies on October 8 in a high-profile launch event chaired by the Minister for Development Planning and with participation of major Donors. The Deputy Minister for Development Planning has subsequently send a message to donors requesting to support the Joint Programme. The dialogue with Donors is on-going. A field trip with the participation of the RC and the Deputy Minister will take place in March 2009 . 2. JP document was signed and implementation is starting. 3. The Joint Programme Document was signed by participating agencies and presented in high-level meeting with the Governmenta and the RC 4. Joint HIV Program on Papua and Joint Program on support of National HIV Strategy has been reviewed and approved. 5. Integrated training & advocacy in yaws and leprosy, case finding & treatment in Belu district, NTT were carried out under Neglected Tropical Disease , WHO.

The Aceh Recovery Framework has been approved by the Government. UN agencies working in Aceh agreed on a joint approach during a high-level meeting in October together with the Government. A number of UN Joint Programmes have been prepared following that.

Strategy profiles have been prepared for 25 Districts

EHA & CSR unit in WHO INO have developed a joint programme to strengthen DRR Programme integrating Pandemic Control activities supported by funds allocated from CSR. Pandemic Control related component will be included in the Standard Operation Procedure for MOH & WHO. Trainings and capacity buiding in relation of this activity will be organized through International Training Consortium in Disaster Risk Reduction in collaboration of EHA & CSR unit WHO, MOH and partner agencies.

       
M&E of Joint Programmes M&E framework and working group for JP Belu

M&E framework exists. An M&E task force has been set up together with Government counterparts to continously revise and adapt M&E indicators

       
Other

       
HACT
Plan for the roll-out/implementation 7 of HACT in the country * Finalisation of Macro and Micro-assessments; Monitor implementation.

Finalized Micro - and Macro assessments

Macro assessment was completed and presented to the Government. Micro Assessment have been completed for a number of IPs. Assurance activities have been implemented

       
Strengthening national systems/capacities through HACT

       
Other

       
Gender Equality
UN support to incorporation of gender equality in national planning processes (such as National Development Strategies; PRSPs; SWAPs; Joint Assistance Strategies, etc.) - Establishment of sustainable inter-agency mechanism and strong capacity on Gender Equality Programming in emergency response or humanitarian situation.

Coordination mechanism of UN gender network on issues related to emergency response/humanitarian situation established

Gender Technical Working Group established with Action Plan (75% complete), meeting monthly & mid-way in drafting a UNCT Gender Strategy for inter-agency collaboration. Proided one-day training in gender mainstreaming.

       
Capacity development for gender theme groups to support UNCT to respond to national priorities for gender equality

# of UN Gender Theme Group meetings with agenda related to Gender Equality Programming in emergency response or humanitarian situation - # of capacity building session for humanitarian organizations - Gender as cross-cutting issue included in Joint Program Documents

Twelve GTWG meetings were conducted. Three GTWG meetings & one two-day GE strategy retreat had emergency response as key agenda items.

GenCap Advisor was recruited and facilitated 3 gender workshops (OCHA, Shelter/WASH/Protection Clusters, AusAid Disaster Mgt Team) Gender issues were major agenda items on three UN/NGO/Donor/Red Cross/Government Coordination Meetings. A Gender Checklist for Humanitarian Action was created in participatory process.

Gender equality is crosscutting theme in 3 joint programs: Aceh, Papua & Belu. Three UN agencies have developed a Concept Paper on a gender joint program for Aceh

       
Other Mainstream Gender into Joint Programs

Gender Adviser has sucessfully participated in formulation of M&E frameworks. This work is on-going

       
HIV/AIDS
Establishment of Joint UN Team on AIDS and implementation of joint programme of support on AIDS * Oversight of the work of the UN Joint Team on AIDS

Un Joint HIV Program

Establishment and Functioning of UN HIV Theme Group

Agency staff assigned by HOA to Joint Team Review and Approval of TOR and Workplan Quarterly Reports Review and Approval of Joint HIV Program on Papua and Joint Program on support of National HIV Strategy

Agency staff has been assigned by HOA to Joint Team Review and Approval of TOR and Workplan have been done Quarterly Reports done Joint HIV Program on Papua and Joint Program on support of National HIV Strategy has been reviewed and approved. Quarterly meetings held

       
UN support to the national response to AIDS through strengthening the Three Ones * Joint program activities related to TB HIV awareness including especially WFP, WHO and UNAIDS will be planned

Strengthened HIV/TB included in GFATM proposal, with technical support of UNAIDS Co-sponsors

       
HIV/AIDS in the Workplace

Strategy reviewed done by March 08

       
Other UN Cares: Our Learning Strategy on HIV

Reports at quarterly Theme Group meetings Strategy reviewed by March 08

Reports at quarterly Theme Group meetings finalized

       
Human Rights
Application of Human Right Based Approach Mainstream HR in JP and other programming

number of programs in whjch HRBA is applied

Strenthening of HRBA in Joint Programmes, Design of HRBA for MDG Roadmap project

       
Strengthening the capacity of UNCTs to support national human rights protection systems Training of UNCT and UN agencies in application of HRBA

Number of staff trained

30 members of the UN HIV Joint Team were trained in HRBA and HIV. New staff members were peridocally trained as part of induction sessions

$5,000.00 $5,000.00

       
Other Capacity building for GoI to support implementation of human rights and compliance to the relevant international agreements and standards.

Raise awareness for Human Rights

Number of workshops and training Number of staff trained.

Number of public events

Training on human rights at DEPLU staff college; Training (three days) for members of the UN Joint Team on AIDS, Induction for new UN staff.

Lecture at Atma Jaya University; Seminar on the role of civil society in monitoring places of detention; UNDP/BAPPENAS: Panel discussion on human rights and poverty ;With UNCT and Ministry of Justice: Seminar on trafficking ; With UN Joint Team on AIDS: seminar (early 2009) on the right to health in prisons.

$2,000.00 $1,000.00 $5,000.00

       
Coordination of Humanitarian/Natural Disaster Operations
Coordination of humanitarian operations Improved coordination structures at country, regional, and international level

Implement cluster approach

Number and decision making level of NGOs participating in humanitarian discussions, planning, strategy development, and assessments

No. of functional clusters implemented in major emergencies

12 UN/NGO/Donor Coordination Meetings held on a monthly basis and meetings on Contingency planning (CP) and joint rapid assessment tools, with participation of UN agencies, major INGOs, and government counterparts. Eight clusters adopted for CP process but no new emergency meriting implementation of a specific cluster. Facilitated thematic coordination mechanism for the international community through DRR Forum, Community-based Disaster Risk Management, Consortium for Disaster Education, Capacity Development, and Disaster Management Legislation Task Force. OCHA Indonesia staff were deployed to emergencies in Mozambique and Myanmar to support coordination efforts. International Training Consortium in Disaster Risk Reduction is established with the collaboration of EHA-WHO Indonesia, Ministry of Health through 9 Regional Hubs involving hospitals & universities around Indonesia, UNs, NGOs and other partner agencies.

EHA-WHO Indonesia participate actively in UN Cluster team and contributed inputs for UN Contingency Plan at country level. Helath cluster coordination meeting is organized periodically in collaboration with MOH and partners to participate actively in DRR programme for health sector in Indonesia.

       
Preparation of crisis prevention/natural disaster operations/plans Enhanced information management capacities for government support

Number of new information management products prepared by BAKORNAS with support from OCHA and other donors

In consultation with the National Agency for Disaster Management (BNPB), a number of IM tools to support the government were prepared: a data readiness assessment tool that includes a database of all GoI, UN agencies, donors and NGOs, and their coordination mechanisms and assessment tools for response; a TOR of Data Management Information Systems (DMIS); two SOPs for Data Management and Map Production; and a structural database for BNPB, including guidelines on how to structure a database. The IM officer conducted trainings for BNPB on GIS and map production, including use of the Arc View software. OCHA also facilitated the Convergence Workshop which gathered over 100 organizations with an aim of harmonizing and coordinating efforts on DRR within the Indonesian humanitarian community.EHA-WHO INO and Crisis Center, MOH is in the process of supporting National Agency for Disaster Management (BNPB) to strengthen national emergency information system & operation unit and synchronize with the existing emergency operation unit in Crisis Center, MOH. Development of DRR Programme interactive educational Web Site by Crisis Center, MOH is in process to allow all partners agencies, government institutions & donors to interact.

       
Contingency Plan initiatives Use of Disaster Risk reduction measures and support to government on preparation of contingency plans.

Number of contingency plans and emergency management workshops conducted

OCHA coordinated the preparation of the inter-agency CP process and facilitated UN support to the GoI CP exercises in one province and one district, in consultation with local and provincial government officials. A national rapid assessment and coordination training for central level government officials was conducted jointly with the National Agency for Disaster Management (BNPB). Through the UNTWG on DRR, OCHA helped drafting a framework for School-based DRR in Indonesia. EHA-WHO INO in collaboration with Crisis Center, MOH through International Training Consortium in Disaster Risk Reduction conducted Contingency Plan & Operational Research Training for Provincial Health Offices in 2008. This collaboration will continue in 2009 to organized the training for all district health offices & health facilities.

       
Other Network on sexual Exploitation and Abuse implemented (based on SG's Bulletin on Special Measures for Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Sexual AbuseST/SGB/2003/13)

Operational network exists

Introduction training on SEA Heads of Agencies Each UN agency nominated named SEA focal points UNDP headquarter agreed to conduct Regional Inter Agency training for Focal Points and incountry training for Heads of Agency UN, NGOs (on PSEA).

       
Security
Security Management Team MOSS Compliance in all UN Indonesia facilities

MOSS Compliance Status

1) Improved status of MOSS compliance within the country from 70% compliant to 75% compliant 2) Provided continued advice and assistance to Agencies and staff including facility and program security risk assessment 3) Restructured staff lines of management and conducted significant recruitment. 4) Developed plans and responses to actual or perceived threats including; crime, natural events, demonstrations/ protests or attack. 5) Provided staff counseling capability for all Agencies, Funds and Programs (AFP) 6) Conducted security-related training for staff 7) Established close liaison with security authority 8) Completed country-wide security plan (CSP).

       
UNCT Security Plan Maintain and Update Security Plan

Security Plan exists

Plans and responses to actual or perceived threats including; crime, natural events, demonstrations/ protests or attack have been prepared.

       
Other

       
Common Services and Premises
Planned initiatives to increase cost-effectiveness of UN operations, incl. common administrative services and common arrangements in support of programme delivery (including Joint Office initiative) Strengthen Common Services for efficiency and cost savings

Implementation of PP2

Work together as UN system to move forward on a SBAA ( standard basic assistance agreement)

Intranet for information exchange established (long-term agreement with vendors, corporate hotel rates etc.)

Exchange of drafts between UN System and GOI and agreement.

Intranet for UN Operation Managers Team (UN-OMT) was developed and used for information exchange.

Information on the draft was exchanged among agencies and each UN agency pursued its own agreement with the Government.

       
Planned initiatives on common premises Continuation of Dialogue with Gov. regarding Common Premises for UN System in Indonesia

Various meetings with senior Government officials have taken place. It is hope that decision can be reach in 2009.

       
Other

       
Other (specify)
Other (specify) AVIAN INFLUENZA: Develop joint UN framework to support GoI.

Joint program activities related to AI and Pandemic Preparedness will be planned.

Support to UN family for Pandemic Preparedness.

Joint Work Plan exists and is agreed by UN partners and the Government

Joint Ressource Mobilization Strategy developed

Joint Program Document developed and submitted to Donors

Prepared plan. Tracking system notes Un Indonesia plan is green status. Hold table top exercise

Joint Work Plan was updated

Discussions ongoing

AI consolidated report finalized as a basis for Joint Programming and Coordination

Joint progamming matrix is finalized. Coordination structure was drafted and discussed with national counterpart, UN and with donors.

Contingency plan has been revised

Staff health & safety training done in Oct 08

       
Result Area 2: UN Advocacy and Resource Mobilization
Joint UNCT Advocacy and Communications
Development/implementation of the UNCT communications/advocacy strategy & plan 1) Improved coordination of UNCG members in coordination with UNIC by arranging monthly meetings to discuss common issues 2) Increased public awareness on UN activities through joint media and public events on the observance of UN Day and other special occasion (e.g. Human Rights Day, AIDS Day, World Health Day, etc.), visits by senior UN official, launch of reports etc. 3) Improved information dissemination on UN programming through UN Indonesia Website and press relations activities 4) Production of UN Indonesia Briefing Packs and UN Agencies in Indonesia Fact Sheet 5) UN week celebration with specific focus (potentially Indonesia and the UN: Human Development opportunities and Challenges)

1) # of meeting, # of participants, # of joint activities 2) # of joint public & media events, # of press clips 3) # of agency contributed to the website, # information material contributed by agencies, continuity of contribution, # people accessing the website 4) Availability of updated UN Indonesia Brief Pack & Fact Sheet

1) Second-half 2008: 5 mtgs, 10 participants on avg., 5 large joint activities; (2) 5 joint events, # of press clips N/A but approx. 30 to 40; (3) web activity initiated by RC ofc, not agencies; (4) human rights fact sheet produced (5) MDG Conference, 120 participants (private sector/local govt); (6) Metro TV MDG Awards 2008, 200 participants. (7) UN-Metro TV collaboration, incl. weekly talk show to advocate MDGs. 1) MDG Conference attended by 120 people from private sector and local governments, and Metro TV MDG Awards 2008 attended by 200 people. One press release was distributed to the media 2) UN - Metro TV collaboration in 2008, specifically in weekly talkshow to advocate MDGs, supported by UN agencies, NGOs, national and local goverment agencies and others as resource persons.

$10,000.00 $15,000.00 $25,000.00

       
Other

       
Joint UNCT Resource Mobilization Strategy
Development/implementation of RM strategy RM strategy for selected JP implemented (Belu)

Amount of ressources mobilized

Resource Mobilization Strategy being developed. Donors were approached for JP Belu but feedback indicated that a more comprehensive approach, not only based on specific Joint Programmes but based on "Delivery as ONE" for the UN in Indonesia would open more opportunities for partnerships.

       
Other

       
Result Area 3: Non-Resident UN Agencies
Special measures to integrate non-resident UN agencies in UNCT processes
Supporting the Involvement of non-resident UN agencies in the national strategic planning processes/ UN programming UN non-resident agencies involved in UNCT dialogue

Non-resident agencies participate in UN week activities and UNDAF mid term review.

Non-resident Agencies attendance and participation in UNCT meetings.

Non-resident Agencies participate in UNDAF review

Non-resident Agencies participated in the important review processes described above (UNCT rettreat, High-level meeting to discuss UN programmes in Aceh etc.)

Non-resident Agencies provided input into the UNDAF review process.

       
Other

       
Result Area 4: Coordination Capacity of the UNCT
Strengthening UNCT Coordination Capacity
RCO Staffing Support through Coordination Specialist

Support through Human Rights Adviser

Support through AI Adviser

$200,000.00 $173,383.12

       
Materials/Equipment

       
Training of UN staff Training of staff in HRBA

Number of staff trained

73 staff trained in HRBA

$10,000.00

       
Other UNORC Staffing: Coordination of UN agencies in Aceh

$444,000.00 $444,000.00

       

TOTAL $684,000.00 $183,383.12 $0.00 $0.00 $23,000.00 $37,000.00 $0.00 $444,000.00 $0.00 $20,000.00



   Joint Programmes

Joint Programmes
Title Theme Linkages to MDGs and UNDAF outcomes Duration (from/to) Fund management Modality Manag. agent Admin. agent National or local partners and donors Total budget Financial contribution
UNJP in Teluk Dalam, South Nias, Indonesia: Support to Redevelopment of Tourism whilst Protecting the Cultural Heritage Sustainable development UNDAF: Increased opportunities for sustainable livelihoods (Sub-outcome 1.4), Reduced vulnerability of cultural communities (Sub-outcome 3.3), Reduced vulnerability of peoples affected by conflict and natural disasters ( Sub-outcome 3.4)

2006 - 2007 UNDP Ministry of Culture and Tourism, BAMPER MADANI

$150,000.00
$150,000.00
UNJP in Teluk Dalam, South Nias, Indonesia: Disaster Preparedness Disaster Management UNDAF: Reduced vulnerability of peoples affected by conflict and natural disasters ( Sub-outcome 3.4)

2006 - 2007 UNDP

$100,000.00
$100,000.00
Promoting climate resilient Agriculture and natural resources management to improve Nutrition and income Generation from Available and New Resources (PANGAN) Poverty reduction MDGs: MDG 1 (eradicate poverty), MGDG 4 (reduce child mortality) and MDG 7 (Ensure environmental sustainability). The project will contribute to address root causes to food insecurity (e.g. climate variability), improve water resource management and improve management practices in agriculture.; UNDAF: i) Strengthened participatory and decentralization processes (UNDAF Sub-Outcome 2.2), Reduced vulnerability of peoples affected by social and natural disasters (UNDAF Sub outcome 3.4), and iii) Reduced vulnerability of cultural communities (UNDAF sub-Outcome 3.3).

2009 - 2014 Pass-through
UNDP BAPPENAS; Ministry of Public Works

$11,950,000.00
Creating Learning Communities for Children (CLCC) Education Sub-outcome 1.1: Increased education opportunities. Providing support to the Government to decrease adult illiteracy to 5% by 2009

2007 - 2010 UNESCO UNESCO "Min. Of National Education"

$6,400,000.00
Rebuilding radio, media and cultural capacities Community Development TBC

2005 - 2007 UNESCO UNESCO tbc

$197,678.00
UN-OCHA$197,678.00
International Training Consortium in Disaster Risk Reduction (ITC-DRR) Disaster Management UNDAF Outcome 1 & 3

2007 - ---- Government institutions, universities, NGOs, donors, private sectors & partner agencies

$50,000.00
Contingency Plan & Operational Research Training for Provincial & District Health Offices Disaster Management UNDAF Outcome 3

2008 - 2009 Government institutions, universities, NGOs, donors, private sectors & partner agencies

$25,000.00
Strengthening Emergency Information System & Operation Unit in Regional Crisis Centers Disaster Management UNDAF Outcome 1 & 3

2008 - 2010 Government institutions, universities, NGOs, donors, private sectors & partner agencies

$25,000.00
UN Joint Programme for Papua Highlands (in governance, poverty reduction, health, education and environment) in Jayawijaya Regency, Papua Province Poverty reduction By 2010, improve life changes and livelihood opportunities for all through enhanced government commitment to the MDGs, institutional support for achieving the MDGs and empowered community engagement in the achievement of the MDGs. UNDAF Sub-Outcomes: Increased education opportunities (UNDAF Sub-outcome 1.1): By 2010, increased education opportunities are available for children and youth both male and female through a more conductive environment to achieving Nine-Year Compulsory Education and the provision of non-formal education opportunities including support to the Government to decrease adult illiteracy to 5% by 2009.Improved health and nutrition (UNDAF Sub-outcome 1.2): By 2010, increase and more efficient use of resources in the health sector has led to improved health including reproductive health and rights, nutrition and environmental living conditions in Indonesia with the focus on women, children, youth and the reduction of the burden of infectious diseases. Improved sustainable livelihoods (UNDAF Sub-outcome 1.4): By 2010, increased opportunities for achieving sustainable livelihoods in the poorest provinces of Indonesia through the development and implementation of appropriate participatory policies and programmes.Strengthened participatory and decentralization processes (UNDAF Sub-outcome 2.2): By 2010, pro-poor, participatory and decentralised policies and capacities are in place resulting in improved public service delivery focussing on health and education.Increase awareness of women’s and children’s right and protection from domestic violence (UNDAF Sub-outcome 3.1): A protective environment is in place in line with the Convention of the Rights of the Child and other international and national commitments, which protects children and youth from violence and abuse and seeks to eliminate worst forms of child labour including sexual exploitation and trafficking.

2008 - 2010 Parallel
Actual implementation takes place at Kabupaten level, with the key local government agencies acting as co-implementing partners, Kabupaten Bappeda for governance, Kabupaten BPMD for poverty reduction, Kabupaten Health and Education Departments for the health and education component and Kabupaten Public Works Department for the environment component. The Kabupaten Bappeda will chair the team of co-implementing partners and conduct regular meetings to coordinate implementation and monitor results.

$1,494,500.00
$1,494,500.00
Improving the human development in Belu district, East Nusa Tenggara Province UNDAF Outcome(s): By 2010, improve life changes and livelihood opportunities for all through enhanced government commitment to the MDGs, institutional support for achieving the MDGs and empowered community engagement in the achievement of the MDGs. UNDAF Sub-Outcomes to be supported by the UN Joint Programme: ? Increased education opportunities (UNDAF Sub-outcome 1.1): By 2010, increased education opportunities are available for children and youth both male and female through a more conductive environment to achieving Nine-Year Compulsory Education and the provision of non-formal education opportunities including support to the Government to decrease adult illiteracy to 5% by 2009. ? Improved health and nutrition (UNDAF Sub-outcome 1.2): By 2010, increase and more efficient use of resources in the health sector has led to improved health including reproductive health and rights, nutrition and environmental living conditions in Indonesia with the focus on women, children, youth and the reduction of the burden of infectious diseases. ? Improved sustainable livelihoods (UNDAF Sub-outcome 1.4): By 2010, increased opportunities for achieving sustainable livelihoods in the poorest provinces of Indonesia through the development and implementation of appropriate participatory policies and programmes. ? Strengthened participatory and decentralization processes (UNDAF Sub-outcome 2.2): By 2010, pro-poor, participatory and decentralised policies and capacities are in place resulting in improved public service delivery focussing on health and education. Reduced vulnerability of peoples affected by social and natural disasters (UNDAF Sub-outcome 3.4): Reduced longer-term vulnerability to conflict and natural disasters through a shift from crisis response to crisis prevention.

2008 - 2010 Parallel
A National Steering Committee comprised of Bappenas, GoI line Ministries, the Governor of NTT and the Bupati of Belu District will meet twice a year to provide overall strategic policy guidance, discuss implementation progress of the project, facilitate resource mobilization, approve the work plan for the following year and identify opportunities to scale up similar approaches in other parts of Indonesia. The Steering Committee will be chaired by the Deputy Minister for Development Funding. The Directorate of MFF, Bappenas, will act as a secretariat for the Steering Committee.

$5,491,264.00
$5,491,264.00
realizing Minimum Living Standard for Disadvantaged Communities through Peace Building and Village based Economic Development, Maluku Province.

2009 - 2012 UNIDO BAPPEDA of Maluku Province, Ministry of industry, Ministry of manpower and Transmigration




   Coordination Procedures and Practices

Coordination practices and procedures
CP Results Recommendations to DGO
Focus on vulnerable priority regions for UN Joint Programming.

Transaction costs:Increased coordination and communication efforts necessary between field and Country Offices.
Achievements:Regional Joint Programming Frameworks have been established in alignment with Government Priorities. Inter-agency UN missions to priority regions have taken place in order to identify opportunities for joint programmes. The Governor of Papua has requested a Joint UN WB Needs Assessment for accelerated development. Best practices can innovative solutions can be transferred from one region to another.
Lessons learned:In a country as large and diverse as Indonesia, with development challenges differing between regions, geographic areas can provide a good reference point for the convergence of UN programming processes.
Coordinated Response to the Economic Crisis:

Transaction costs:
Achievements:UN agencies have been providing advisory support to the Government of Indonesia in monitoring the impacts of the current financial crisis on the poor and vulnerable groups in Indonesia. The World Food Program (WFP) in collaboration with UNICEF conducted a pilot on food insecurity across four provinces in Indonesia throughout 2008. UNICEF conducted a regional conference: 'The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Children' in January 2009 in Singapore. Since late 2007, ILO has been collecting and analyzing data on employment opportunities in Indonesia, and in response to the crisis will continue monitoring throughout 2009. UNDP Regional Centre in Bangkok has provided technical training to, and shared expertise with, Bappenas in suitable data software systems for monitoring poverty and have committed to provision of further support and training in response to the current crisis. UNDP will support Bappenas to conduct a technical workshop 'Monitoring the Impacts of the Global Economic Crisis on the Poor and Vulnerable in Indonesia'. WFP, ILO, UNICEF and the UNDP RCB will share their expertise and experiences monitoring the crisis through technical sessions at the workshop.
Lessons learned:
Joint Inductions and Training Sessions for UN staff

Transaction costs:Increased efforts for coordination between agencies necessary.
Achievements:Joint Induction and training sessions have been organized for new staff from the different UN agencies working in Indonesia. Through this, new staff can develop a "One UN" perspective on their work assignments right from the beginning.
Lessons learned:To give new staff the opportunity to learn about UN reform and other UN organisations present in the country helps them to identify practical opportunities for collaboration later on.



   2009 Workplan

2009 Workplan
KEY RESULTS AREA Expected Outputs Perf. Indicators Actual Outputs at Year End Funds required/spent at Year End Additional support needed from HQ or Regional Director's Team Target Date
SRC UNCCF UN Agencies Other
Req Spt Req Spt Req Spt Req Spt Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Coordination for Results (WORKPLAN09)
UNCT Contribution to the National Development Plan/Poverty Reduction Strategy/MD and MDGs plan UN support to formulation/implementation of relevant national strategies or plans e.g. JAS/NDP/PRSP Support to the formulation of Indonesia's next Medium Term Development Plan

UN recommendations, reflecting the programmatic priorties as agreed upon in the UNDAF process, considered in the National Development Plan by Q3 2009

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

UN plan to support the implementation of the Millennium Declaration, including scaling up MDG initiatives * MDG framework used as a basis for UNDAF process and Joint Programming in Priority Regions

MDG baseline studies completed for UNCT priority regions

One MDG event with major media participation

Joint UN support for Government response to the Global economic crisis.

MDG framework used for Joint Programming

3 MDG baseline studies (Aceh, NTT, Papua) for UNDAF priority regions completed by Q3 2009

One high-profile MDG event realized with at least 6 UN agencies participating.

At least 6 national media reporting about the event.

$10,000.00 $10,000.00 $0.00 $0.00

UN support to capacity development strategies

UN assistance to national authorities for the preparation of the national report on the implementation of the Brussels Programme of Action of LDCs 4 *

Formulation/implementation of a transition plan or strategy 5

Other Per Request of the Governor, conduct joint UN - WB Needs Assessment for Accelerated Development in Papua.

Needs Assessment for Accelerated Development in Papua finalized by Q3 2009

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Aid Coordination / Management / Paris Declaration Planned efforts to making use of national systems in the areas such as programme/project reporting, PRS/sectoral monitoring and evaluation systems, annual PRS/sectoral performance reviews, national procurement systems, etc Integration of nationally developed analytical reports into the CCA

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

UN support to aid coordination/management UN - Bappenas agreement to support the implementation of the Jakarta Commitment and coordinate the engagement of UN agencies with the GoI

Agreement in place by mid-2009

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Other

UNDAF/Common Programming Efforts to align UN programme cycle with national development cycle * Working Task Force between Government and UN to facilitate continous dialogue to ensure substantive alignment (as agreed with the Government UNDAF will start one year after the NDP).

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Preparation of CCA/UNDAF Strengthened Joint Programming as part of the UNDAF process

Strengthened Joint Programming Processes in order to support the Government in the implementation of the “Jakarta commitment” calling for improved national ownership and aid effectiveness. This includes: - Joint UN strategy for UNCT priority regions (Aceh, Papua, NTT) - Joint Situational Analysis (CCA) taking into account results from MTR of agencies - Agreed strategic priority areas for the UNDAF 2011 – 2015 based on dialogue with the Government. - Strengthened common operational tools, specifically HACT

UNCT agreed Work Plan / Plan of Engagement for UNDAF process

1 Joint UNCT Strategy Meeting to agree on priorities and outline of UNDAF

Commitment of UN agencies to work jointly in Aceh, NTT and Papua agreed with Government and other stakeholders (summary report)

CCA finalized and approved by UNCT

Work Plan / Plan of Engagement approved by UNCT by End of March 2009

UNDAF priorities and structure agreed by Nov. 09

$35,000.00 $5,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 Review / Quality Support for CCA

Implementation of UNDAF M&E framework * M&E based on MDG framework will be developed in the UNDAF process based on UNCT priorities.

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

UNDAF Annual Review/ UNDAF Evaluation

Other

Progress towards UNDAF outcomes (drawing from your UNDAF Annual Review)

Joint Programmes6 Preparation/ implementation of new Joint Programmes * Joint Programming Framework for UNCT priority areas Implementation of 1. Joint Programm Belu, NTT 2. Jayawijaya, Papua.

Joint Programming framework with strategic priorities agreed by UNCT in mid-2009

$2,500.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

M&E of Joint Programmes M&E framework using the MDG framework established for priority regions

$5,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Other

HACT Plan for the roll-out/implementation 7 of HACT in the country * Update on HACT Implementation to UNCT

Report to UNCT including update on HACT implementation status by mid 2009

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Strengthening national systems/capacities through HACT

Other

Gender Equality UN support to incorporation of gender equality in national planning processes (such as National Development Strategies; PRSPs; SWAPs; Joint Assistance Strategies, etc.) Gender Mainstreaming strengthened in planning of UNDAF and UN joint programmes.

UN agencies contribute gender analysis a rights-based approach into UNDAF/Joint Programme planning processes/CCA and ensure gender issues are addressed.

$12,000.00 $3,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 Support the UNDAF process with expert advise

Capacity development for Gender theme groups to support UNCT to respond to national priorities for gender equality. UNCT Indonesia has a Gender Strategy in place for One UN and Inter-Agency initiatives, including implementing the IASC Cluster Approach.

Joint Programme on Gender in Aceh

UNCT Gender Strategy adopted and being implemented by UNCT.

Joint Programme approved by UNCT

$0.00 $10,000.00 $0.00 $0.00

Other

HIV/AIDS Establishment of Joint UN Team on AIDS and implementation of joint programme of support on AIDS * UN HIV Theme Group 2009 WP developed & implemented

4 Quarterly meetings of UN HIV Theme Group held

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

UN support to the national response to AIDS through strengthening the Three Ones * HOA re-confirm Joint Team membership for 2009

2009 WP developed and implemetned

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

HIV/AIDS in the Workplace * 2009 WP developed, approved by Theme Group and implemented Monthly meetings of Joint Team held Joint Programme HIV Global Fund

Membership confirmed by HOAs 2009 WP developed, approved & implemetned Joint Programme approved by UNCT

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Other

Human Rights Application of Human Right Based Approach Strengthening of Human Rights Based Approach in the UNDAF process

CCA finalized End of 2009 considering Human Rights perspective and issues

$10,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Strengthening the capacity of UNCTs to support national human rights protection systems - Consideration of Human Rights Based Approach in humanitarian coordination

- Joint Programme on Capacity Building for National Human Rights Institutions

Joint Programme on Capacity Building for National Human Rights Institutions approved by UNCT and presented to Donors

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Other

Common Services and Premises Planned initiatives to increase cost-effectiveness of UN operations, incl. common administrative services and common arrangements in support of programme delivery (including Joint Office initiative) A timeline agreed with the Government regarding the provision of new UN Premises.

A timeframe developed together with MOFA in 2nd quarter 2009

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Planned initiatives on common premises Finalization of the update on standard basic agreement by relevant UN agencies

final draft prepared in 3rd quarter 2009

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Other (specify)

Other (specify) Other (specify) AVIAN Influenza Improve coordination among UN agencies, government, donors

Support to UN family for Pandemic Preparedness.

Preparation of Business Continuity Plans

Sub-regional Coordination Officers Workshop conducted in Jakarta

AVIAN influenza Regular meetings amoung UN, donors and the government

Implementation of staff health & safety

Business Continuity Plans exist for all agencies

Sub-regional Workshop by End of 2009 with at least 8 Coordination Professionals participating

$5,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Coordination of Emergency Preparedness and Relief (WORKPLAN09)
Preparedness Coordination of emergency preparedness efforts of UNCT members and relevant humanitarian actors Coordination of emergency preparedness efforts of UNCT members and relevant humanitarian actors: DRR included in UNDAF, and other UN tools, documents and mechanisms

• Prioritized provinces(Aceh, NTT and Papua) with contingency plans developed and updated; number of Trainings of Trainers on risk reduction and disaster preparedness conducted; Indonesia Rapid Response Assessment and Coordination training conducted for government officials

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Relief Coordination of humanitarian operations Enhanced information management and analysis capacities of Government institutions (especially BNPB and Satkorlak) to respond to disasters or emergencies greater incorporation of risk reduction approaches and strengthened preparedness in humanitarian response

100% of standardised OCHA IM tools implemented and utilized for analysis; percentage of OCHA staff time devoted to support information management

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Establishment of Humanitarian Country Team Cluster Approach implemented in the ocurrence of a major disaster

Number of clusters effectively coordinating assistance

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Development of a response plan

Other (specify) Enhanced capacity on PSEA within UN family, NGOs and GOI

XX Regional training for focal points, xx of Coordination meetings of SEA Networks of UN, NGOs and Gov, xxx in-country training by FPs country wide level, Draft guidance and procedure produced on management of SEA cases.

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Advocy Inter-agency CP based on cluster approach implemented for Indonesia strengthened disaster preparedness capacity of Government agencies and continued support of the development of contingency plans with local Government counterparts

Activation of the CP in case of a major disaster as per scenarios included 10 districts and provinces with contingency plans developed and updated;

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Resource mobilization reinforced capacities of Government institutions responding to disasters or emergencies (especially BNPB and Satkorlak)

number of contingency plans and preparedness measures in place and number of Government staff trained in responding to emergencies

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

UN Advocacy and Resource Mobilization (WORKPLAN09)
Joint UNCT Advocacy and Communications Development/implementation of the UNCT communications/advocacy strategy & plan UNCT Resource Mobilization and Joint Communication / Advocacy Strategy implemented. This includes:

- Agreement with Government on new Funding Mechanisms

- Joint UN Events (UN week)

• Joint Communication / Advocacy Strategy approved by UNCT

• Inter-agency Communication Group leads implementation of strategy

• UN weeks held with participation of all UN agencies.

$0.00 $3,000.00 $0.00 $0.00

Other (specify)

Joint UNCT Resource Mobilization Strategy Development/implementation of RM strategy Ressource Mobilzation Strategy for Joint Programmes

Ressource Mobilization Strategy for Joint Programming approved and implemented

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Other (specify)

Security Management (WORKPLAN09)
Security Duty station specific security risk assessment (SRA) for all locations in the country where UN staff are present

Implementation of mitigating measures as identified in SRA

Other

Up to date security plan

Security Management Team Ensure improved Moss compliance and strengthened security mechanisms in place especially in UNCT programmatic priority regions

• Improved MOSS Compliance • Adequate Security Plans • Established mechanism for Aceh, Papua and NTT

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Security Management Team Ensure improved Moss compliance and strengthened security mechanisms in place especially in UNCT programmatic priority regions

• Improved MOSS Compliance • Adequate Security Plans • Established mechanism for Aceh, Papua and NTT

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Implementation of security training for staff

Non-Resident UN Agencies (WORKPLAN09)
Special measures to integrate non-resident UN agencies in UNCT processes Supporting the Involvement of non-resident UN agencies in the national strategic planning processes/ UN programming Ensure participation of non-resident agencies in key programming processes and UN events, specifically:

- The Joint UN – WB Needs Assessment for Accelerated Development in Papua

- UN week

- Participation or non-resident agencies in the UNDAF process

Number of non-resident agencies participating; Quality and Quantity of substantive inputs from non-resident UN agencies

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Other (specify)

Coordination Capacity of the UNCT (WORKPLAN09)
Strengthening UNCT Coordination Capacity RCO Staffing Restructure RCO in order to focus in UNCT prioirities. Ensure sufficient capacity to coordinate and support Joint Programming Processes:

Inter-agency support (Coordination Specialist, UN Fellow, JPO, National Officers) Advisory Services (HR, Gender, MDG, Avian Influenza) Interns to support different functions of the RCO Ensure efficient Coordination Structures UNCT priority regions.

$140,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Materials/Equipment

Training of UN staff Ensure Training of UN Staff in order to enable them to consider relevant approaches and cross-cutting issues (HRBA, Gender)

$3,500.00 $3,000.00 $0.00 $0.00

Other (specify)


TOTAL $223,000.00 $34,000.00 $0.00 $0.00