United nations development assistance framework 2007-2009 (undaf) mozambique maputo

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Coordination Mechanisms and Programme Modalities:

The Programme will be implemented within the framework of the National Multisectoral Strategic Plan to Combat HIV/AIDS 2005-2009 (PEN II).

The UNCT Theme Group on HIV and AIDS will coordinate programme/project modalities, including mobilization of resources, monitoring and keeping informed on strategic changes in the implementation of the UNDAF HIV and AIDS outcome. Under the CP outcome on prevention and mitigation, the UNCT has identified areas where two or more agencies cooperate with the same Government institution on the same programme area, and will ensure identification of specific programming modalities such as joint programmes, joint work planning and parallel resource disbursement modalities.

The UN Technical Working Group will develop joint annual HIV/AIDS work plans within the framework of the UNISP to implement activities that contribute to the attainment of the UNDAF outcome and corresponding Country Programme outcomes. Each Lead UN Agencies will be accountable for ensuring the achievement of the CP outcomes as recommended by the GTT UN Division of Labour.

The UN will also collaborate with the Partners Forum and Health Pre-Swap and SWAP, coordination fora chaired by the NAC and MoH to coordinate the HIV response of all Government partners (bilateral, multilateral, and civil society organizations) to ensure the achievement of the UNDAF HIV Outcome.
Role of implementing UN Agencies


According to the recommendations of the GTT UN Division of Labour, UNFPA will be the lead Agency for prevention.

UNFPA: scale up support to the national multi-sectoral adolescent sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS prevention programme “Geraçao Biz”, through technical and financial support to Government at central level including policy development, significant expansion of YFHS, youth corners in schools and community based youth centres, M&E, and integration with other HIV/AIDS related services; provide technical and financial support to Provincial Directorates in all 11 Provinces for the implementation and expansion of the GB programme. Support will include elaboration of training and information materials, advocacy through the use of community radios and theatres, and in developing new approaches to improve the reach and effectiveness of the programme; in order to reach out-of-school adolescents and youth, support to capacity strengthening of NGOs and CBOs and Youth/Sports Associations in the areas of advocacy, IEC/BCC and implementation of community level activities; partnership with Pathfinder (through the World Bank TAP program) will continue to advocate and implement increased integration of VCT, HAART and home care with the YFHS.

UNICEF: in school youth: implementation of the schools awareness programme by PLWA associations in 8 provinces in the country, focused on children and adolescents 10 to 14 years old (EP1); YFHS: reinforce MoH capacity in policy development for YFHS and improve monitoring mechanisms; advocacy for integration of VCT, HAART and PMTCT and communication initiatives; use community media (child to child radio programmes, mobile units, and community theatre) to raise awareness, disseminate knowledge on HIV/AIDS and promote dialogue between stakeholders and duty bearers on HIV prevention, treatment and care; support CBOs such as PLWA associations in order to design and implement HIV/AIDS prevention programmes and advocacy activities against stigma and discrimination.

UNESCO: Capacity building of teachers education institutions in HIV/AIDS prevention by providing teacher training in HIV/AIDS in selected teacher training institutions in the 11 provinces, as well as support the MEC in curriculum development for teacher training, through the results of the EDUCAIDS Mapping Study on Prevention Education Activities in Mozambique; participate through technical inputs for integration of socio-cultural approaches in comprehensive package for youth and for the scaling up of preventive interventions that are more adequate for the needs and constraints of target groups. Mainstreaming of HIV/AIDS preventive education in cultural institutions through the creation of special youth and children information corners.
UNAIDS: Support overall policy development monitoring and advocacy on prevention.

According to the division of Labour, UNICEF will be the lead Agency for PMTCT.

UNICEF: Provide technical assistance in the development of policies, plans, guidelines and standards; contribute and support regular revision and updating of curricula; provide financial support to training activities, including reorientation sessions for health workers; support the development, production and distribution of training materials; provide financial support for the training of health workers; provide operational costs to support follow-up of training activities and formative supervision, and support implementation of the Communication Strategy and M&E.

WHO: Provide support for strengthening screening in health care facilities for ARV drugs management in service-training for health personal in charge of PMTCT sites; contribute to the introduction of a component on PMTCT activities in the national health system; and promote operational research and studies in a sample of sites implementing PMTCT.

WFP: Provide food support for vulnerable pregnant women and children through PMTCT programmes to improve maternal and infant nutrition, enhance PMTCT uptake and attendance, and increase acceptance of related drug and care regimes. WFP and partners aim to develop a model food assistance programme for possible integration in the national care and treatment programme.
UNFPA: Provide technical assistance to support policy development.

According to the recommendations of the GTT UN Division of Labour, WHO will be the lead Agency for Treatment.

WHO: Provide technical assistance in the development and the implementation of treatment policies, plans, guidelines and standard norms; work with the MOH and partners to review and update (if necessary) the current treatment norms and standards; support the development, production, dissemination and utilisation of a standard support package (including nutrition) for adults, women and children; support the production and dissemination of training materials; provide financial and technical support for the training of health staff and post training visits; conduct formative supervision, operational research and disseminate good practices.
UNICEF: Advocacy and technical support to MOH, in order to influence MOH's decision on budget allocation and utilisation for paediatric AIDS; provide technical support in the development of policies, plans, guidelines, standards and norms, and advocacy for the allocation of adequate resources to support implementation; reinforce MOH capacity in planning for paediatric AIDS treatment; support training and exchange of experiences to strengthen MOH planning capacity; and provide support to MOH for effective coordination and leadership.

WFP: Provide food support to vulnerable ART clients during 6-month initiation and stabilization period for improved adherence and nutritional well-being; provide household food support to clients in HBC programmes, referred through the health system, for improved rehabilitation, disease management and drug adherence as well as promotion of household care & support. WFP and partners aim to develop a model food assistance programme for possible integration in the national care & treatment programme.

UNHCR: Provide support for displaced people needing treatment, care and counselling.

According to the recommendations of the GTT UN Division of Labour, UNICEF will be the lead Agency for Mitigation.

UNICEF: Develop capacities at national, provincial and district level of MMAS for the implementation of the OVC National Plan; work with CSOs to strengthen community structures to ensure improved access to basic services and social protection by OVC.
WFP: Provide food support to OVC, AIDS affected households and clients in community mobilized home care (home visits) for improved social and physical well-being; work closely with MMAS and INAS in strengthening national capacity in food assistance programming and implementation; work with MEC to encourage and maintain OVC attending (pre)primary schools.
FAO: Strengthen capacities of CSOs and relevant Government partners and expand opportunities for vocational training in agriculture, in nutrition and life skills to ensure self –reliance of vulnerable families and communities including OVC.
UNIDO: Pilot propagation and processing methods for income generation and nutritional supplements of local produce e.g. Fruits, Hypoxia Tuber for vulnerable families and communities.
UNDP: Support the capacity development of government institutions.
WHO: Strengthen health systems and improve access to routine health care by vulnerable families and communities.

Capacity Building, Mainstreaming and Partnerships

According to the recommendations of the GTT UN Division of Labour, UNDP will be the lead Agency for the mainstreaming of cross cutting issues.

UNDP: Support the development of the PARPA M&E system; provide additional support to include HIV/AIDS and Gender indicators into the PARPA monitoring system and mainstream these indicators into sectoral plans and budgets at provincial and district level; support the development of effective capacity in CSOs to manage funds.

UNICEF: Support the expansion and strengthen of NAC’s communication fora to coordinate the provincial communication activities on HIV prevention, mitigation and care.
UNESCO: Support NAC in habilitating CSOs in the elaboration of comprehensive preventive interventions that are socio-culturally appropriated by building capacity of 10 CSOs in applying specific tools for communication and education.
UNAIDS: Coordination and harmonization, advocacy, tracking, HIV/AIDS mainstreaming, monitoring and evaluation.
UNIDO: Strengthen provincial private associations.
FAO: Strengthen provincial and district Government institutions in their capacity to mainstream HIV/AIDS and include mitigation activities in their annual programmes, in addition to increasing their capacity to access financial resources for mitigation activities.
Monitoring and Evaluation

According to the recommendations of the GTT UN Division of Labour, UNAIDS will be the lead Agency for Monitoring and Evaluation.

UNAIDS: Provide technical assistance to NAC and sectoral ministries to strengthen strategic information, knowledge sharing and accountability, coordination of national efforts, partnership building, advocacy, and monitoring and evaluation including estimation of national prevalence and projection of demographic impact.
UNICEF: Provide technical assistance to the NAC Secretariat and strengthen linkages with INE and line ministries to operationalise one M&E system for PEN II monitoring; support research and dissemination of findings in the areas of Children and AIDS; work with UNAIDS and the national multi-sectoral M&E group to improve epidemiological knowledge about the state of the pandemic and its impact on children.

UNFPA: National Youth and Adolescent Survey (INJAD II), capacity building, strengthening HMIS, operational research, advocacy.

WHO: Undertake operational research, strengthen health Management Information systems and M&E.

Annex B : Monitoring and Evaluation Framework


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


  • 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 socioeconomic development in transparent, accountable, equitable and participatory way in order to achieve the MGDs


Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions

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

CP Outcome 1.1


  • Proportion of selected districts and municipalities with MDG-based plans prepared through active continuous participation of all segments of society, by 2009.

  • Proportion of province and district plans that fully integrate cross-cutting issues, in particular HIV/AIDS, gender, disaster management, environment, information and communication technologies

Baseline data:

  • At present, only 18 of districts in Nampula and 7 in Cabo Delgado have prepared development plans in a participatory way.

Annual reports of projects related to CP outputs

Annual Work plans Reports (Balanço do PES)

Annual reports of projects related to CP outputs

Adequate institutional capacity to manage and deliver the political and fiscal functions of sub-national governments
Continuing commitment & support at national & provincial levels

CP Output

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

CP Output 1.1.1


  • Percentage of planning processes and consultations at province and district level undertaken according to a set of predefined criteria (i.e. participation of women)

  • Percentage of provinces implementing the decentralised planning and finance strategy

  • Percentage of women members of consultation councils at sub-national level (gender balancing)

  • Percentage of provinces using ESDEM

Baseline data:

  • At present, only 18 of districts in Nampula and 7 in Cabo Delgado have prepared development plans in a participatory way.

  • Existence at present, guidelines for provincial strategic planning and being 128 district profiles to support District Development Plans.

Ministry of Planning and Development

Routine monitoring field visit reports

Technical reviews

Regular monitoring evaluation reports

Willingness to collaborate amongst all key stakeholders

Inter-provincial and inter-district harmonization
Commitment of the partners to implementation of the policies


Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions

CP Output

1.1.2 Capacities supporting the coordination of decentralized policies, plans and partnership building at the sub-national level strengthened

CP Output 1.1.2


  • Number of provincial and selected districts plans produced according to a set of predefined criteria (socially acceptable, economically feasible, ecological sustainable)

  • Number of provinces, districts and municipalities with established participatory and inclusive coordination mechanisms

Baseline data:

  • Consultation and community participation mechanisms approved by the government (1998)

Provincial Strategic Plans progress report

District Development Plans progress report including Provincial balance do PES

UNDAF Mid Term Review and Evaluation

Continuing commitment & support at national & provincial levels
Expansion of the budgetary allocation

CP Output

1.1.3 National financial and management systems and mechanisms, including gender responsive budget developed and implemented

CP Output 1.1.3


  • Number of coordination units established and operational at provincial and selected districts

  • Number of provinces and districts implementing financial management (Sistafe)

  • Criteria developed for the allocation of investment funds to district governments in place (yes/no)

Baseline data:

  • Nampula experience on Provincial Government coordination can be replicated. Current works with the MoF to strengthen and extended to the members in all provinces (SISTAFE)

Annual Work Plans progress report and

UNDAF Mid Term Review and Evaluation


Continuing commitment & support at national & provincial levels
Willingness to collaborate amongst all key stakeholders.
Availability of resources to support implementation

CP Output

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

CP Output 1.1.4

  • Population census conducted in 2007 and updated socio-demographic disaggregated data for development available in all provinces and selected districts

  • Improved availability of updated socio-demographic data

Baseline data:

  • Strengthened technical capacity to support the integration of population dynamics, into development and poverty planning/monitoring/evaluation process and territorial disparities in the development plans

  • Population dynamics, gender and poverty.

National Strategic planning documents (PARPA, Provincial Plans)

UNDAF Mid Term Review and Evaluation

Government and society assume the commitment to promote social economic development
Expansion of the budgetary allocation

Commitment of the partners to implementation of the policies

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