This section contains policies on and agreements for various programme partnership modalities, including implementing partner, grants, general cooperation with NGOs. This section contains information on how to select, assess and register an implementing partner. It also contains information on direct cash transfer to implementing partners.
The Policy and Procedures for Preparation, Management and Monitoring of Workplans outlines how workplans are developed, approved, implemented, and monitored. The policy includes information related to workplan design, budgeting, revisions, suspension and termination,closure information, programme cycles, programmatic (workplan progress reports) and financial monitoring (FACE forms) reports.
These policies outline how UNFPA responds to, functions within, and aims to meet its mandate in humanitarian settings.
This document presents the UNFPA strategic plan, 2018-2021. The strategic plan reaffirms the relevance of the current strategic direction of UNFPA, the goal of which is universal access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights, focusing on women, adolescents and youth. In accordance with the strategic direction of UNFPA and in line with General Assembly resolution 70/1 on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the strategic plan will seek to ensure that no one will be left behind and that the furthest behind will be reached first.
This policy outlines the process for developing and approving the CPD.
This policy outlines the programmatic and financial workplan-related and high-level monitoring and reporting processes which must be undertaken on all programmes supported by UNFPA.
Other Programme Policies include Policy for Country Programme Regular Resource Allocation and Regular Resource Distribution, Standard Operating Procedures for Countries Wishing to Adopt the "DaO" Approach, Population and Reproductive Health Analysis, and Results-Based Management Policy