Policy for Regular Resource Allocation and Distribution for Country Programmes - July 2022
The Policy for Regular Resource Allocation and Distribution for Country Programmes defines the system to enable UNFPA to allocate and distribute its regular resources for country programmes based on a solid and evidence-based foundation.
Population and Reproductive Health Analysis - June 2003
This policy outlines UNFPA’s role and objectives in conducting the Population and Reproductive Health Analysis as a part of the Common Country Assessment (CCA). The CCA presents an analysis of a country’s overall economic, social, cultural and political context. It covers a wide range of issues and major development trends, with a focus on issues related to national priorities and to the goals, targets and comments defined by various UN initiatives, functions and organizations. The UNFPA is expected to take the lead, in consultation with government, during the conduct of the CCA, to identify and analyze root causes of population and reproductive health issues, select priority areas, recommend interventions and identify stakeholders.
Results-Based Management Policy - May 2011
The Results-Based Management (RBM) Policy seeks to establish a clear and agreed vision of RBM at UNFPA. Its purpose is to foster a culture of measurement and results at UNFPA, creating a demand for and improve usage of credible information and evidence on results to inform decision-making. The Policy communicates how RBM can work as a management approach and defines clear roles and responsibilities. It also spells out what accountability for results means at UNFPA, including accountability in respect to results shared with partners in the context of the United Nations reform and United Nations Development Group (UNDG) guidelines.
Policy and Procedures for Implementation of UNFPA Social and Environmental Standards in Programming - July 2022
The policy establishes principles and procedures for implementing the UNFPA Social and Environmental Standards in Programming which is intended to ensure that there is no inadvertent harm on people and the environment caused by its programming, and to strengthen and mainstream sustainability and accountability in UNFPA programming in a systematic and comprehensive manner, going beyond a ‘do no harm’ approach.