New Strategic Direction

Strategic Plan: 2014-2017

 

UNFPA Strategic Plan 2014-2017, including the Integrated Budget, was formally approved by the Executive Board on September 13th, at the Executive Board Second Regular Session 2013.

The UNFPA Strategic Plan 2014-2017 sets out a vision for the changes in the lives of women, adolescents, and youth that UNFPA seeks to bring about based on an extensive analytical and consultative process. The engagement and feedback from staff thoughout the organization and the guidance from the Executive Board and key stakeholders during the strategy development process helped ensure that UNFPA has prepared a strategy that is evidenced-based, field-informed and positions us to more effectively meet the needs of those we serve. The Plan will also improve UNFPA's ability to respond to the Quadriennal Comprehensive Policy Review of the UN's operational activities for development.

The UNFPA Strategic Plan 2014-2017 is focused squarely on addressing the unfinished agenda of Cairo, with a particular concentration on sexual and reproductive health  and reproductive rights. The starting point for this is the substantive strategic direction set out in the Mid Term Review, which has been retained and reaffirmed in the 2014-2017 Strategic Plan and which is represented by the bull's eye.

 

 

UNFPA Strategic Plan 2014-2017 and Integrated Budget will make the organization more flexible, efficient and effective and better able to accelerate progress in the ICPD agenda. 

 

Supporting documentation:

 

 

Strategic Plan 2014-2017

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Annex 1 (integrated results framework)

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Annex 2 (outcome theories of change)

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Annex 3 (business model)

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Annex 4 (funding arrangements)

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Annex 5 (implementation of the QCPR in the Strategic Plan)

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