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Annex A: Result Matrices
UNDAF OUTCOME 1: GOVERNANCE


MDG(s):

Goal 1: Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger

Goal 2: Achieve universal primary education

Goal 3: Promote gender equality and empower women

Goal 4: Reduce child mortality

Goal 5: Improve maternal health

Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases

Goal 7: Ensure environmental sustainability

Goal 8: Develop a Global Partnership for Development



NATIONAL PRIORITIES

  • Rationalize the functions of the State organs to respond to the planned objectives and improvement of inter-sectoral coordination.

  • Decentralize the functions of the State organs with budget implications to the district level to facilitate local development.

  • Consolidation of national unity, peace, justice and democracy.

  • Improve productivity, particularly in rural areas through a higher integration of the national economy.




UNDAF Outcome:

By 2009, Government and CSO capacity at national, provincial and local level, strengthened to plan, implement and monitor socio-economic development in a transparent, accountable, equitable and participatory way in order to achieve the MGDs





Country Team Programme Outcomes

Country Programme Outputs

Role of Implementing / Collaborating Partners


Resource mobilization Targets in US$

Over 3 years

1.1 Decentralised government capacity strengthened in all provinces, at least 50 districts and at least 3 municipalities for participatory and gender responsive planning, monitoring and evaluation, gender sensitive needs assessment as well as coordination and partnership


1.1.1 Capacities supporting planning, monitoring and the participatory evaluation of strategic integrated plans, with an emphasis upon cross-cutting issues such as gender and HIV/AIDS, strengthened (UNDP, UNCDF, UNICEF, WFP, FAO, UNFPA, UNESCO)
1.1.2 Capacities supporting the coordination of decentralized policies, plans and partnership building at the sub-national level strengthened (UNDP, UNCDF, UNICEF, UNHABITAT, UNESCO)

1.1.3 National financial and management systems and mechanisms including gender responsive budget developed and implemented (UNDP, UNCDF, UNHABITAT)

1.1.4 Information systems providing disaggregated socio-demographic data for planning, monitoring and evaluation by region, sex, vulnerable groups, reliable socio-cultural and gender-sensitive for improved planning and M&E and increased access to information strengthened (UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNHABITAT, UNESCO)


Government: Ensure that national, province and district development plans and budgets reflect participatory and gender sensitive as well as other cross cutting issues. GoM committed to increase Budget allocation to the districts. Ministry of Planning and Development (MPD) in liaison with Ministry of State Administration (MAE), Ministry of Finance (MoF), Ministry of Environment (MICOA Territorial Planning and Natural resources component), will coordinate the implementation of Decentralization Policy and decentralised planning and financing and the integrated rural development strategy.

Civil Society: Will be engaged in systematically planning, monitoring and evaluating the development plans. IPCC, local community structures and other stockholders will be strengthened to participate actively in the development process

Bilateral and multi-lateral development partners: National Policy and strategy on decentralization will facilitate coordination and harmonization within bilateral and multilateral interventions. Will provide financial support and technical assistance.



UNDP/UNCDF:

US$ 1,000,000 (RR)

US$ 6,500,000 (OR)
UNICEF:

US$ 500,000 RR

US$ 400,000 OR)

UNFPA:

US $ 300,000 (RR)

WFP:

US$ 250,000 (OR)


UNESCO:

US$ 41,000 (RR)


FAO:

USD 800,000 (RR)






Country Team Programme Outcomes

Country Programme Outputs

Role of Implementing / Collaborating Partners


Resource mobilization Targets in US$

Over 3 years

1.2 Government capacity in all provinces, at least 50 districts and 3 municipalities (South, Centre and North) improved to implement, coordinate and support the efficient and accountable delivery of integrated basic services

1.2.1 Government decentralised and restructured to promote efficient, effective and accountable delivery of integrated services (UNDP, UNCDF, FAO, UNESCO)
1.2.2 Provincial government, selected districts and municipalities capacities improved to coordinate, implement and oversee delivery of integrated services strengthened (UNDP, UNCDF, UNHABITAT, FAO, UNICEF, UNAIDS, UNESCO)
1.2.3 National e-Government platform to support service delivery at provincial, municipal and district level established (UNDP, UNHABITAT)

Central Level: The decentralized planning process should constitute a mechanism to increase communities’ resource base for development. MPD in liaison with MAE, MoF, and MICOA will coordinate the implementation of Decentralization Policy and decentralised planning and financing and the integrated rural development strategy.


Provincial/District /Municipality Level: The provincial, district and Municipality Government will coordinate: (a) enhancement the Provincial Government’ capacity to lead the participatory development process including, strategic planning, coordination of implementation, monitoring and evaluation; b) development of the capacity of civil society organizations to effectively participate both in the policy making process and to became effective service delivery agents at provincial and district and community level and c) consolidation of the development observatory as the participatory development process supporting mechanism both at provincial and district levels.

Civil Society: Will be engaged in systematically implementing the development plans and provision of integrated service delivery.




UNDP/UNCDF:

US$ 2,000,000 (RR)

US$ 7,000,000 (OR)
UNICEF:

US$ 600,000 (RR)

US$ 200,000 (OR)
FAO:

US$ 200,000 (RR)


UNESCO:

US$2,900,000 (OR)


UNAIDS:

US$ 50,000 (RR)





Country Team Programme Outcomes

Country Programme Outputs

Role of Implementing / Collaborating Partners


Resource mobilization Targets in US$

Over 3 years


1.3 National level policy management, harmonization and alignment capacities strengthened at downstream and upstream level


1.3.1 Upstream and downstream policy formulation and reforms capacity strengthened (UNDP, UNCDF in liaison with all UN agencies)
1.3.2 Capacity of public servants to formulate and manage policies and strategies at national level increased (UNDP, UNCDF, FAO, UNICEF, WFP, UNFPA, UNESCO)
1.3.3 Systems established and operationalised to ensure the continuous and consistent monitoring of the development in the country in relation to the MDGs and national development plans, including disaggregated state budget monitoring (UNDP, UNICEF)
1.3.4 National, Provincial and/districts mechanisms -Poverty/Development Observatories for participatory in planning and mechanisms - monitoring mechanisms strengthened (MDGs, PARPA) (UNDP, UNICEF)
1.3.5 Population census conducted in 2007 and updated socio-demographic disaggregated data for development available in all provinces and selected districts (UNFPA, UNICEF)

Government: At central level the MPD will coordinate the aid management and capacity development for MDGs M&E within Government and civil society including consolidation of the poverty observatories particularly at decentralized level.

INE and the MPD will monitor and disseminate child well-being indicators and use ESDEM (DevInfo) at national and provincial levels for monitoring of national and international development objectives and for planning purposes.

Bilateral and multi-lateral development partners: National Policy and strategy on decentralization will facilitate coordination and harmonization within bilateral and multilateral interventions. Will provide financial support and technical assistance.




UNDP/UNCDF:

US$ 3,000,000 (RR)

US$ 9,000,000 (OR)
UNICEF:

US$ 2,000,000 (RR) US$ 500,000 (OR)


WFP:

US$ 700,000 (OR)


UNFPA:

US$ 2,600,000 (RR)

US$ 1,000,000 (OR)
FAO:

US$ 1,700,000 (OR)


UNESCO:

US$ 400,000 (OR)







Country Team Programme Outcomes

Country Programme Outputs

Role of Implementing / Collaborating Partners


Resource mobilization Targets in US$

Over 3 years

1.4 Democratic Governance and legislative reforms strengthened to enhance human rights based approaches at all levels

1.4.1 Democratic governance and efficient and accountable enforcement of laws promoted and consolidated by strengthening key democratic institutions (UNDP, UNICEF, UNESCO)

1.4.2 National Capacity to formulate, advocate and implement gender sensitive legislation, including civil society enhanced (UNDP, UNICEF, UNFPA)

1.4.3 Network established to monitor implementation of Human Rights, CEDAW and Children’s Act (UNDP, UNICEF)
1.4.4 Capacity of Parliament and Justice sector to address gender issues and cope with likely effects of HIV & AIDS, gender based violence and Human Security strengthened (UNDP, UNICEF, UNFPA, FAO)


Government: Parliament - revises, approve and oversee law reforms. - Ministry of Justice and prisons (MoJ),–Ministry of Interior (MINT - Police and prisons), National AIDS Council (NAC)– coordinating role and advocacy across sectors, – Conselho Nacional para o Avanco da Mulher (CNMAM), Technical Unit for Public Sector Reform (UTRESP)/ the National Commission. The central Government will promote democratic institutions at central and decentralised level, including capacity building.

MMAS at central level and DPMAS in Zambézia, and other NGOs, will promote women’s rights, including special emphasis on the feminization of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.



Provincial/District Level: Provincial Assemblies – apt to enforce legislation at the local level and exercise its mandate. AIDS Council – coordinating role and advocacy across sectors.

Bilateral and multi-lateral development partners: will facilitate coordination and harmonization within bilateral and multilateral interventions. Will provide financial support and technical assistance.


UNDP:

US$ 1,500,000 (RR)

US$ 6,000,000 (OR)
UNICEF:

US$ 500,000 (RR) US$ 400,000 (OR)


UNFPA:

US$ 300,000 (RR)

UNESCO:

US$20,000 (RR)

FAO:

US$ 100,000 (RR)






Country Team Programme Outcomes

Country Programme Outputs

Role of Implementing / Collaborating Partners


Resource mobilization Targets in US$

Over 3 years

1.5 Rule of law, access to justice and penal reforms improved with emphasis on public and human security


1.5.1 Awareness on human rights with focus on women and children’s rights and PLWHA raised within civil society and improved protection by justice institutions (UNDP, UNICEF, UNFPA)
1.5.2 Improved juvenile justice mechanisms in place and all provinces have piloted a model section for children in the existing courts for children in contact and conflict with the law (UNICRI and UNICEF)
1.5.3 Attorney General’s Office, MoJ and MINT strengthened to combat organized crime, corruption and improvement of prisons (UNDP, UNODC)
1.5.4 Capacity of the national police and of civil society organizations to effectively address the issues of public security including gender-based violence strengthened (UNDP, UNODC, UNICEF)

1.5.5 Capacities of national training institutions for police and judiciary strengthened towards an improved response to children’s issues in line with the Children’s Act and CRC (UNICRI, UNICEF)


Central Level: MoJ, MINT, Attorney General’s Office (PGR) will promote access to justice, including violence against women and human rights. Will develop national capacities of the Police and Judiciary through technical support to put sustainable systems in place, and simultaneously support the development of comprehensive model centres for victim assistance and children’s sections within provincial courts.

Provincial/District Level: Provincial and identified district Police entities combat violence against women and promote human rights. The police will be capacitated at central and decentralised level

Bilateral and multi-lateral development partners: Will provide financial support and technical assistance.


UNDP:

US$ 1,000,000 (RR)

US$ 9,033,000 (OR)
UNICEF/UNICRI:

US$ 700,000 (RR)

US$ 1,000,000 (OR)
UNFPA:

US $ 200,000 (RR)







Country Team Programme Outcomes

Country Programme Outputs

Role of Implementing / Collaborating Partners


Resource mobilization Targets in US$

Over 3 years

1.6 Civil society organizations and structures (including traditional authorities) strengthened and involved in the development agenda at national and decentralised level



1.6.1 Regulatory framework for the involvement in the social and economic development of civil society elaborated and adopted (UNDP, FAO, UNICEF)
1.6.2 Capacity of CSOs, CBOs, volunteer organisations, and particularly women-led organizations, strengthened to implement, manage and report on project execution, to build partnership and to become full-fledged development agents (UNDP, FAO, UNICEF, UNESCO)
1.6.3 Established systems and capacities developed to monitor and evaluate the development agenda (including the poverty and development observatories) at all levels (UNDP, FAO, UNICEF)
1.6.4 Capacity to effectively mainstream HIV/AIDS, gender and vulnerable group issues into governance processes at all levels strengthened (UNDP, FAO, UNICEF, WFP, UNFPA, UNESCO, UNICEF)

Government: Will promote CSO and structures (including traditional authorities), providing legal status for the involvement in the social and economic development, capacity building, and technical assistance at decentralised level.

Bilateral and multi-lateral development partners: Will provide capacity building and technical assistance to civil society organisations in relation to the outcomes/outputs it is contributing to the Human Capital matrix. Will provide financial support and technical assistance.


UNDP:

US$ 1,000,000 (RR)

US$ 6,000,000 (OR)
FAO:

US$ 500,000 (OR)


WFP:

US$ 500,000 (OR)

UNICEF:

Reflected in Human capital and HIV Pillars

UNFPA:

US$ 300,000 (RR)


UNESCO:

US$ 28,000 (RR)

US$ 2,600,000 (OR)




Country Team Programme Outcomes

Country Programme Outputs

Role of Implementing / Collaborating Partners


Resource mobilization Targets in US$

Over 3 years

1.7 Institutions responsible for the promotion of pro-poor and sustainable economic development strengthened



1.7.1 Capacity building for Rural Development and natural/environmental resources management strengthened (FAO, UNDP, UNIDO, GEF, UNHABITAT, UNESCO)
1.7.2 Community access to business and financial services, disaggregated by district, area, and beneficiaries (in particular women & other marginalised groups) increased (UNDP, UNCDF, UNIDO, ILO, UNFPA, FAO)
1.7.3 Small and medium sized enterprises involved in economic development promoted and their capacity to access markets strengthened (UNCDF, UNDP, ILO, UNIDO, UNESCO)


Government: Ensure that national integrated rural development strategy reflects local demands and needs. MPD in liaison with MAE MoF, MICOAwill coordinate the implementation of rural development strategy.

Civil Society: Will be engaged in the systematic provision of small-scale economic services and business opportunities.

Bilateral and multi-lateral development partners: Will support micro-credit and microfinance activities and promote small-scale enterprises. Will provide financial support and technical assistance.




UNDP/UNCDF:

US$ 1,500,000 (RR)

US$ 7,000,000 (OR)
UNIDO:

US$ 3,000,000 (RR)


UNHABITAT:

US$ 100,000 (RR)


UNFPA:

US$ 1,400,000 (RR)


UNESCO:

US$1,970,000 (OR)


FAO:

USD 1,000,000 (RR)




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