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Title: The conceptsmechanismstools for developing a Joint Programme:

The concepts/mechanisms/tools for developing a
Joint Programme  
  • Critical issues and UNDG Joint Programme Guidance
    and formats

i. Linking to MDGs, national priorities, and
  • It is important Development interventions occur
    in a specific context
  • How the proposed Joint Programme links to
  • - MDG agenda
  • - National priorities
  • - UNDAF
  • Make the linkages but make sure to explain the
    assumptions underlining the linkages

ii. Partnerships
  • How does the programme complements other
    government or development partners initiatives?
  • Is there an added value from the UN system?
  • With whom do we plan to work with?
  • National counterparts incl. government , local
    authorities, media, civil society organizations,
    and private sector
  • Is there a possibility for co-financing ?

iii. Problem Identification, analysis and design
of strategies explicit causal links
  • What are the key problems that we intend to
    address? Are there any relevant evidence facts,
    studies and statistics?
  • What are the causes and roots of these problems?
    Is there a gender dimension to them?
  • What strategies are to be developed? Is the UN
    the best place to assist?
  • Is there a logic sequence causal effect between
    the activities outputs and the expected direct
    impact of the JP?

iv. Targeting
  • Are we going to make a difference in improving
    the living conditions of people?
  • - National focus vs. geographic concentration,
    or a combination of both?
  • - Vulnerable populations
  • - Direct and indirect beneficiaries

v. Expected results Narrative and Results
  • What do we what to achieve?
  • What is/are strategy/ies that need to be put in
    place to achieve the expected results?
  • How will we implement these strategies? With
    whom? Where? For how long?
  • Are the activities and outputs pertinent to the
    outcomes, i.e. if successfully implemented, will
    the activities lead to the stated outputs, and
    will these outputs lead to the stated outcomes?

  • Are the programmes activities, projects and
    outcomes realistic given the time frame, budget,
    human resources and national context?
  • Does the programme clearly identify potential
    risks? Are strategies in place to mitigate the
    potential impact of identified risks?
  • Are the cooperation instruments proposed
    (including technical assistance, financing
    modality, and budget support) appropriate to
    achieve the expected outcomes and outputs?

vi. Joint Programme Mgt. Arrangements
  •  The joint programme is
  • An inter-agency
  • An inter-governmental
  • The management team resides in-country
  • Governance bodies
  • National Steering Committee
  • Programme Management Committee
  • Coordination/implementation unit
  • Joint Programme Coordinator

  • The JP coordination/implementation unit is housed
    in the government premises. If this is not
    feasible, a justification must be provided.
    Another option is to have a sort of MDG house
  • The JP counts with a high number of local
    expertise to ensure the transfer of knowledge
  • The JP counts with core staff and technical

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  • Joint communication
  • Joint monitoring and evaluation

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