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UN Country Level Programmatic Guidelines

UNDAF Guidance on Nutrition - Review Study

The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is the strategic programme framework that describes the collective response of the UN system to national development priorities. The 2007 triennial comprehensive policy review encouraged the UN development system to use the UNDAF, accompanied by a common country assessment, when required, to intensify its collaboration at the country and regional levels towards strengthening national capacities, in support of national development priorities. The UN Development Group Toolkit was created to assist UN Country Teams (UNCTs) in pursuing the improved functioning of the UN development system at the country level, latest version 2010. The toolkit contains materials for UNCTs on UNDAF preparation, including guidelines for approaching thematic issues that may be important in a particular country context.

UNDAFs include a core results matrix, described as the “collective, coherent and integrated programming and monitoring framework for country level contributions”.

UN Country Level Programmatic Guidelines - UNDAF Guidance on Nutrition

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UNSCN
Year:
2015

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