Who are the decision makers?
The UN Resident Coordinator and designated representative of the UN Secretary-General is also the leader of the United Nations Country Team playing a central role in coordinating the UN operational activities for development. The UNDP Resident Representative is the UNDP Administrator's representative at the country level, and head of the country office being ultimately responsible for the quality and sustainability of UNDP interventions, including UNDP policies and procedures. The Resident Representative, Ms. Elaine Conkievich, heads the UNDP Mongolia. UNDP’s Deputy Resident Representative, Ms. Nashida Sattar, is responsible for the day-to-day operations of UNDP Mongolia.
UNDP Mongolia works closely with the Government of Mongolia. The UNDP programmes are prepared in consultation with the Government, civil society organizations, United Nations organizations and other development partners. As the Government coordinating agency, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs heads the Country Programme Board, which guides the design and implementation of the Programme. Implementation of UNDP programmes is done with line ministries and other national organizations to support full Mongolian ownership and accountability.
UNDP Mongolia Team, as of April 2020