Country Programme Action Plan 2012-2016: Progress Report 2014

19 Feb 2014
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Introduction

The Government of Mongolia and the United Nations Development Programme have developed the UNDP Country Programme Action Plan (CPAP) for 2012-2016 on the basis of long standing cooperation between the Government and UNDP in effectively supporting Mongolia's development.

The CPAP is derived directly from the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) and the UNDP Executive Board approved Country Programme Document (CPD). The UNDAF, CPD and CPAP have all been developed in a participatory manner and are based on analysis and evaluations of the development situation as well as past experiences.

While the UNDAF outlines the strategic direction and results expected from cooperation between the Government of Mongolia and the UN, the CPD highlights the UNDP’s specific contributions in this regard. The CPAP focuses on the arrangements in which the UNDP programme will be implemented and specifies the expected results in detail. Based on the CPAP, project documents and annual work plans has been, and will be, developed with implementing partners.

This progress report covers the two first years (2012 and 2013) of implementation of the CPAP. The purpose of the report is to take stock of progress made, validate current programme focus against the trends in Mongolia and UNDP global policy environment, and to propose actions for improving the programme. The report is a background document for the CPAP review which provides an opportunity for taking corrective actions to further enhance the effectiveness of the UNDP – Mongolia cooperation.

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