Cumulative Review and 2012 Annual Report of the Administrator

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Cumulative Review and 2012 Annual
Report of the Administrator

Executive Board Informal Discussion


Judith Karl


Executive Office / Operations Support Group

2009

2010

2011

2012

2008

2013

First year of the SP

Performance in 2008 was considered the baseline, equal to 0%.

Progress rates, by major thematic areas

Outcome-level progress measured
by country outcome indicators
(2008 = 0%, 2013=100%)
2012
MDG achievement
77%
Jobs and livelihoods
89%
Social protection
78%
Public services
83%
Justice, rule of law and security
83%
Participatory democracy
77%
Disaster risk reduction
73%
Climate change
88%
Natural resources management
90%
Energy and environmental services
90%
Poverty & MDG cumulative results

$

= USD
5.89 billion
in
146 countries (49 LDC)


Transformational contributions:


Worldwide integration of the MDGs into national
policies, plans, budgets and local initiatives;


Enabling policy environment for livelihoods and
social protection of groups suffering
discrimination, exclusion and marginalization; and


HIV responses integrated across sectors


15.3 million people:
higher food security


420,000 hectares of land
recovered for farming


4.7 million people: jobs
and livelihoods
improvements


1 million people: anti
-
retroviral treatment


12 million people: HIV
counseling and testing


250,000 mothers:
services to prevent
mother
-
child
transmission


40 million people:
malaria treatments


Diagnostics
Plans
Budgets
Policies
Strategies
LIC
63
410
702
142
117
194
MIC
59
229
222
88
167
194
NCC
14
87
18
1
30
26
LDC
44
230
514
100
71
156
Africa
45
309
357
127
74
135
Asia-Pacific
24
141
438
62
80
75
Arab States
18
74
26
1
34
76
ECIS
24
93
56
17
72
67
LAC
25
109
65
24
54
61
Note:
2011-2012 country outcomes in which UNDP contributed primarily through
the "Policy" output dimension.
#
countries
supported
Total number (2011-2012)
Typology
Region
Poverty and MDGs
MDG Acceleration Frameworks (MAF)


19 African countries

Output indicator 4: "Durability of results" output dimension
- Significant
measures to develop capacities for
institutional arrangements, knowledge
management, leadership
and
accountability
in the poverty & MDGs focus area
Achieved
or
positive
change
Performance
differential
included
150
47%
76%
not
172
53%
67%
included
131
41%
79%
not
191
59%
65%
included
59
18%
76%
not
263
82%
70%
included
21
7%
86%
not
301
93%
70%
included
79
25%
82%
not
243
75%
67%
included
89
28%
76%
not
233
72%
69%
included
62
19%
77%
not
260
81%
70%
included
46
14%
87%
not
276
86%
68%
included
129
40%
79%
not
193
60%
66%
Number of country outcomes in the poverty and MDGs focus area: 322
Civil society has organized to monitor commitments under the issue
7%
A process to foster future leaders on this topic is in place
19%
There is improved access and participation in dialogue and decision-making
13%
Civil servants’ performance appraisal processes include the topic
16%
Resources for the issue are allocated cyclically
15%
Oversight bodies have a mandate to regularly monitor / report on the issue
7%
Government-offered civil service training periodically includes the topic
6%
No. and % of outcomes
including / not including
this measure
Specific statistics and/or indicators being collected in national systems
9%
Counterpart-managed knowledge platforms on the topic are strengthened
14%
Ensuring durability of results


Focus
on regularly
collect[
ing
] relevant
[MDGs, poverty, HIV]
statistics
, promoting
knowledge management

through Communities of Practice and South
-
South
Cooperation,
and
increase[
ing
] participation
[
of
excluded groups]

in decision processes
.


More to
be done to
foster future
leaders
on Poverty & MDGs topics.


Better evidence base for policymaking: stronger national statistical systems in 41 countries;


109 HDR, 147 MDG Progress and hundreds of other analytical reports;


MDG awareness campaigns in 164 countries;


MAF in 44 countries (19 in Africa);


Stronger legal and administrative frameworks and policies for employment in 48 countries;


Higher social floors
and
priority given to excluded, discriminated and marginalized groups in
social protection / social safety schemes
in
30 countries;


Stronger planning and financing of multi
-
sector HIV strategies in 49 countries;


Role as
Global Fund Principal
Recipient turned over in 14 out of 41 countries;


Improved capacity of national institutions to deliver essential health services in 37 countries;


Scaling up / replication of successful interventions in 80 countries

More inclusive societies

Women
Youth
Economically
disadvantaged
groups
HIV-affected,
persons with
disabilities, other
health groups
43
32
25
20
Success rate
72%
53%
42%
33%
Note:
not all groups were targeted in each of the country outcomes
In 2012, out of 60 poverty & MDGs country outcomes in which UNDP aimed to expand
the access of specific groups to political process and decision-making…
…of which this group
was successfully
included in
[number
of]
outcomes
Democratic Governance cumulative results

$

= USD
6.3
billion in
149 countries

Transformational contributions:


Increased access to public services by
excluded, discriminated and marginalized
groups;


Higher access to justice, particularly for
women; and


Increased social participation and
representation of women and youth




17.3 million additional people participating in elections;


10,250 institutions strengthened.

Diagnostics
Plans
Budgets
Policies
Strategies
LIC
61
362
861
239
314
470
MIC
56
549
678
356
274
235
NCC
12
45
33
6
40
11
LDC
43
165
712
461
140
253
Africa
44
209
627
260
116
274
Asia-Pacific
21
130
360
266
85
69
Arab States
18
133
125
35
76
91
ECIS
21
229
221
19
181
251
LAC
25
255
239
21
170
31
Note
: 2011-2012 country outcomes in which UNDP contributed primarily through
the "Policy" output dimension.
#
countries
supported
Total number (2011-2012)
Typology
Region
Democratic
governance
Output indicator 4: "Durability of results" output dimension
- Significant
measures to develop capacities for
institutional arrangements, knowledge
management, leadership
and
accountability
in the democratic governance
focus area
Achieved
or
positive
change
Performance
differential
included
112
38%
77%
not
182
62%
67%
included
151
51%
80%
not
143
49%
61%
included
81
28%
83%
not
213
72%
66%
included
159
54%
75%
not
135
46%
66%
included
37
13%
84%
not
257
87%
69%
included
84
29%
79%
not
210
71%
68%
included
93
32%
79%
not
201
68%
67%
included
62
21%
77%
not
232
79%
69%
included
143
49%
76%
not
151
51%
66%
Number of country outcomes in the democratic governance focus area: 294
Civil society has organized to monitor commitments under the issue
12%
A process to foster future leaders on this topic is in place
8%
There is improved access and participation in dialogue and decision-making
10%
There is a government institution with a mandate to address the issue
9%
Civil servants’ performance appraisal processes include the topic
15%
Oversight bodies have a mandate to regularly monitor / report on the issue
11%
Government-offered civil service training periodically includes the topic
17%
No. and % of outcomes
including / not including
this measure
Specific statistics and/or indicators being collected in national systems
10%
Counterpart-managed knowledge platforms on the topic are strengthened
19%
Ensuring durability of results


Focus on
civil servants’ training
and
strengthening knowledge
platforms
[on public
services]
; and on foster[
ing
] future leaders

and the
capacity of civil society

to
monitor
commitments on
elections, parliaments and
anti
-
corruption.


More to be done on
improving civil
servants’ appraisal
processes.

More participatory and just societies


Anti
-
corruption campaigns reaching 375 million people;


50
referenda

and elections, 85% deemed fair and credible;


Stronger budgets for public service delivery in 21 African countries;


HIV
-
related law reform in 20 countries;


Stronger parliaments in 60 countries;


Stronger national human rights institutions in 70 countries;


Better citizen participation in administrative, policymaking, urban planning and public
service delivery processes in 53 countries;


e
-
portals and e
-
services expanded in over 40 countries;


Legal inclusion mechanisms strengthened in 51 countries;


Higher access to justice for women in 14 African countries.

Women
Youth
Ethnic
minorities
Economically
disadvantaged
groups
Indigenous
peoples
79
60
29
28
19
Success rate
69%
52%
25%
24%
17%
Note:

not all groups were targeted in each of the country outcomes
In 2012, out of 115 democratic governance country outcomes in which UNDP aimed to expand
the access of specific groups to political process and decision-making…
…of which this group
was successfully
included in
[number of]
outcomes
Crisis Prevention & Recovery cumulative results

$

= USD
4.2
billion in
106 countries

Transformational contributions:


DRR mainstreamed worldwide into national
development policies;


Increased preparedness of vulnerable
communities;


Early recovery fostered by jobs, livelihoods and
infrastructure being available in conflict
-
affected
settings.


2 million emergency
jobs and livelihoods
generated;


7
.1 million people:
benefitting from
rehabilitated public
infrastructure;


87,000 ex
-
combatants
reintegrated;


Indian Ocean tsunami
warning system.

Diagnostics
Plans
Budgets
Policies
Strategies
LIC
48
134
317
215
94
61
MIC
34
274
299
171
45
6
NCC
7
8
27
3
52
0
LDC
32
58
79
13
38
22
Africa
30
51
246
188
35
24
Asia-Pacific
19
51
55
19
51
5
Arab States
9
19
9
0
56
19
ECIS
12
41
54
11
27
19
LAC
19
254
279
171
22
0
Note:
2011-2012 country outcomes in which UNDP contributed primarily through
the "Policy" output dimension.
#
countries
supported
Total number (2011-2012)
Typology
Region
Crisis prevention &
recovery
Output indicator 4: "Durability of results" output dimension
- Significant
measures to develop capacities for
institutional arrangements, knowledge
management, leadership
and
accountability
in the crisis prevention and
recovery focus area
Achieved
or
positive
change
Performance
differential
included
33
31%
88%
not
74
69%
72%
included
56
52%
84%
not
51
48%
69%
included
34
32%
85%
not
73
68%
73%
included
70
65%
81%
not
37
35%
68%
included
6
6%
83%
not
101
94%
76%
included
24
22%
88%
not
83
78%
74%
included
29
27%
86%
not
78
73%
73%
included
23
21%
87%
not
84
79%
74%
included
55
51%
82%
not
52
49%
71%
Number of country outcomes in the crisis prevention and recovery focus area: 107
Civil society has organized to monitor commitments under the issue
13%
A process to foster future leaders on this topic is in place
13%
There is improved access and participation in dialogue and decision-making
11%
There is a government institution with a mandate to address the issue
13%
Civil servants’ performance appraisal processes include the topic
7%
Oversight bodies have a mandate to regularly monitor / report on the issue
14%
Government-offered civil service training periodically includes the topic
12%
No. and % of outcomes
including / not including
this measure
Specific statistics and/or indicators being collected in national systems
16%
Counterpart-managed knowledge platforms on the topic are strengthened
15%
Ensuring durability of results


Focus
on ensuring existence of
government institution with a mandate to address
relevant
issues

in
justice and security, elections, human rights, and
DRM.


More
to
be done on c
ollect[
ing
]
statistics

and
strengthening knowledge
platforms
[to
improve decisions in information
-
poor environments].

More resilient and peaceful societies


Disaster risk management policies and planning including measures to reduce future
risk in 70 countries;


Stronger diagnostic capacities to detect disaster hazards and vulnerabilities in 42
countries;


Peace dialogues carried out in 15 conflict
-
affected countries;


National SALW policies and control frameworks in 20 countries;


Community security and crisis preparedness assessments in 29 countries;


Stronger and more coherent structures for early recovery response.



Women
Youth
Economically
disadvantaged
groups
Ethnic
minorities
Indigenous
peoples
Displaced
persons /
refugees
27
20
15
12
10
7
Success rate
87%
65%
48%
39%
32%
23%
Note:

not all groups were targeted in each of the country outcomes
In 2012, out of 31 crisis prevention & recovery outcomes in which UNDP aimed to expand the access of
specific groups to political process and decision-making…
…of which this group
was successfully
included in
[number
of]
outcomes
Environment & Energy cumulative results

$

= USD
2.1 billion
in
153 countries




252 million hectares of protected areas better
managed;


170 million tons of carbon dioxide
-
equivalent
emissions eliminated;


335,000 land users adopted sustainable land
management practices;


3.5 million people: access to energy;


600,000 people: access to water and sanitation;


4,962 metric tons of
persistent organic
pollutants disposed of or safeguarded;


195,000 people trained in managing POPs.

Transformational contributions:


Integration of environmental
considerations into national
development policies worldwide;


Increased access to water and energy
for poor communities; and


Improved local
-
level climate change
adaptation.


Diagnostics
Plans
Budgets
Policies
Strategies
LIC
53
264
413
19
118
124
MIC
59
332
166
44
184
115
NCC
14
39
7
0
29
0
LDC
36
188
310
13
59
100
Africa
40
204
372
11
70
82
Asia-Pacific
22
131
70
35
63
115
Arab States
15
7
13
0
16
8
ECIS
24
206
69
13
114
13
LAC
25
87
62
4
68
21
Note:
2011-2012 country outcomes in which UNDP contributed primarily through the
"Policy" output dimension.
Environment and
energy
#
countries
supported
Total number (2011-2012)
Typology
Region
Output indicator 4: "Durability of results" output dimension
- Significant
measures to develop capacities for
institutional arrangements, knowledge
management, leadership
and
accountability
in the environment and
energy focus area
Achieved
or
positive
change
Performance
differential
included
75
43%
83%
not
99
57%
71%
included
103
59%
81%
not
71
41%
69%
included
30
17%
80%
not
144
83%
75%
included
105
60%
80%
not
69
40%
70%
included
12
7%
83%
not
162
93%
75%
included
52
30%
83%
not
122
70%
73%
included
42
24%
83%
not
132
76%
74%
included
31
18%
87%
not
143
82%
73%
Oversight bodies have a mandate to regularly monitor / report on the issue
10%
A process to foster future leaders on this topic is in place
14%
Number of country outcomes in the evironment and energy focus area: 174
There is a government institution with a mandate to address the issue
10%
Civil servants’ performance appraisal processes include the topic
8%
Resources for the issue are allocated cyclically
10%
Government-offered civil service training periodically includes the topic
5%
No. and % of outcomes
including / not
including this measure
Specific statistics and/or indicators being collected in national systems
12%
Counterpart-managed knowledge platforms on the topic are strengthened
12%
Ensuring durability of results


Focus
on ensuring existence of
government institution with a mandate to address
relevant
issues
; and on c
ollect[
ing
]
statistics

to allow monitoring of access to water and
to energy.


More to be done on
foster[
ing
]
future
leaders.


Support to Rio+20 global dialogues worldwide;


Inclusion of biodiversity and ecosystems management considerations into
development and productive activities planning in 116 countries;


Rights
-
based water resources /water supply management in 60 countries;


Better trans
-
boundary marine and freshwater governance in 100 countries;


Climate mitigation initiatives that increased access to decentralized energy for
poorer off
-
grid communities in 74 countries;


National REDD+ strategies in 42 countries;


Increased access to clean, renewable energy in 56 countries;


Exposure to hazardous waste and chemicals reduced in 61 countries


More sustainable societies

Women
Youth
Economically
disadvantaged
groups
Indigenous
peoples
22
22
16
13
Success rate
54%
54%
39%
32%
Note:

not all groups were targeted in each of the country outcomes
In 2012, out of 41 environment & energy country outcomes in which UNDP
aimed to expand the access of specific groups to political process and
decision-making…
…of which this group
was successfully
included in
[number
of]
outcomes
Development Effectiveness

More focused
programmes

Less fragmented
interventions

Strides in Gender Mainstreaming

Promoting South
-
South Cooperation

(% country outcomes supported under each
category)


Note
: based on a random sample of 200 country outcomes that indicated “yes,” South
-
South
Cooperation exchanges had been supported within that outcome.

Promoting South
-
South Cooperation

(% country outcomes supported under each thematic area)

Note
: based on a random sample of 200 country outcomes that indicated “yes,” South
-
South
Cooperation exchanges had been supported within that outcome.

Institutional Results

Topic

Indicator

Baseline

Target

2012

value

Strategic

direction

Degree to
which SP
institutional

results are
achieved

40%

70%

68%

Cost

Management
efficiency ratio

10.77%

8.66%

8.44%

Human

resources

Avg

time to fill
vacancies

18.5 weeks
FTA, no
candidate

pools

12 weeks FTA, 60
days candidate

pools

22 weeks FTA (*),
19 days
candidate pools

Overall
managerial
performance

% BOM
Balanced
Scorecard
indicators with
satisfactory
rating

32% achieved +
57% partially
achieved

50% achieved

66%

achieved

Fragmented interventions are the least likely to influence
outcome level change.

Innovations on the ground that benefit the
poor and excluded, feed back into policies
and provide the basis for scaling
-
up.

Achieving development results was most successful when
there was a strong evidence base to inform policy and
programme responses and track impact.

Forward
-
looking analysis, advocacy and
advice on Sustainable Human
Development.

Need for UNDP to take cross
-
practice approaches.

Shift from a practice
-
based architecture to
more flexible multi
-
disciplinary issues
-
based development solutions teams.

Engaging women early and throughout development
processes improves outcomes not only for women, but
for all beneficiaries.

Emphasis on interventions benefitting
women
.

Weak human, financial, and infrastructure capacities
coupled with divergent or uncoordinated donor interests
often lead to piecemeal capacity development efforts
and weaker results.

UNDP’s help in developing policies,
leadership skills, partnering abilities and
institutional capacities that can sustain
results over time.

Greatest UN impact when common action is structured
around the achievement of substantive results rather
than process coordination.

Focus coordination more around delivery
and getting development results and less
on internal management or process issues.

Need for a more integrated, strategic approach to
embedding knowledge management into organizational
performance and learning.

Greater organisational openness, agility
and adaptability to harness knowledge,
solutions and expertise.

UNDP is in a unique position within the UN

System

to
foster SSC, and could do more with a clearer
organisational strategy.

Increasingly facilitate SSC to respond to
country demand for relevant, tested, and
cost
-
effective interventions.

Challenges and Lessons for the 2014
-
2017 SP