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Lead Agencies system in support to co-ordination

Lead Agencies system in support to co-ordination. United Nations system in Ecuador. Background: Implementation of the UN Program of Reform in Ecuador . UN House and common services (2000) CCA (2002) UNDAF (2004-2008) Simplification and harmonization:

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Lead Agencies system in support to co-ordination

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  1. Lead Agencies systemin support to co-ordination United Nations system in Ecuador

  2. Background:Implementation of the UN Program of Reform in Ecuador • UN House and common services (2000) • CCA (2002) • UNDAF (2004-2008) • Simplification and harmonization: • - Country Programme Document (2004-2008) • - Country Programme Action Plan (2004-2008) • - Annual Work Plans

  3. Lead Agencies: Rationale • To administer the UN coordination system is UNDP’s • responsibility • In order for co-ordination to work, agencies’ • commitment it’s required • There is a need for an efficient, formal and stable • system for distribution of work

  4. Lead Agencies: Rationale (ii) • Duplications must be avoided • 5. Co-ordinate doesn’t mean “to do it all together” • The system should benefit from the agencies’ mandates and their comparative advantages • Leadership should be based on a clear agenda, efficient management, and also should be supported by concrete resources (human and financial)

  5. Poverty and hunger reduction through access to basic • social services and productive activities • Environmental sustainability • Democratic governance and transparency Inter-culturality Gender Human Rights UNDAF and MDGs as basic references Millenium Declaration and Objectives UNDAF main areas of cooperation (2004 –2008) Priorities of the Country

  6. UNCT GTI Poverty GTI Food security GTI Interculturality GTI Environment GTI Gender GTI Health GTI Education GTI Emergencies GTI Northern Border GTI ICT GTI Governance GTI UNAIDS Inter-agency Theme Groups (GTI)

  7. Lead Agencies(and their substitutes) 1.- Poverty 2.- Food Security 3.- Basic Education 4.- Gender

  8. Lead Agencies(and their substitutes) 5.- Child mortality 6.- Maternal health 7.- HIV/AIDS, malaria 8.- Environment

  9. Lead Agencies(and their substitutes) 9.- Safe water 10.- Slum dwellers 11.- Governance 12.- Humanitarian assistance

  10. UNITED NATIONS Office on Drugs and Crime Lead Agencies(and their substitutes) 13.- Disasters 14.- Interculturality 15.- Alternative development (drugs and crime) 16.- ICT

  11. A Lead Agency should: 1. Be the keeper of the latest information on the subject, and be aware of the national and international debates, and options for public policy. 2. Lead Joint Programmes’ development 3. Keep the UNDAF Result matrix up-to-date. 4. Elaborate a policy paper for the UN system. 5. Co-ordinate the Inter-agency technical group 6. Give support to the national counterparts in the preparation of the MDGR

  12. Balance so far 1.Start-up difficulties: creating the habit to lead 2. Unbalance between agencies: metodologies, commitment, institutional culture, personal leadership 3. Achievement: coordinated work in support to the MDGR 4. Achievement: efficient follow up to the northern border joint programme

  13. RC’s Office supporting role 1. Elaboration of guidelines (policy paper, minutes) 2. Support to the Inter-agency Technical Groups 3. Capacitation/workshops (joint programmes) 4. Follow-up

  14. Thank you

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