Resource date: 10 Mar 2022
Resource date: 10 Mar 2022
The Policy and Procedures for Selection, Registration and Assessment of IPs outlines the selection process UNFPA must undertake prior to working with an implementing partner. It includes information on undertaking a competitive process, registering the partner in PIMS, assessing the partner and signing an agreement with the implementing partner.
This model form is used to enter into an agreement with a programme country Government entity, a non-governmental organization (NGO), civil society or academic institution, for the implementation of activities under a UNFPA-assisted programme.
The IP Agreement Standard Amendment for IPs Implementing Social Marketing is signed, along with the IP agreement, with IPs who are undertaking social marketing activities on behalf of UNFPA.
The UN Agency to Agency Contribution Agreement form is the standard template to be used when transferring funds from one UN agency to another for the purpose of programmatic activities.
The UNFPA NGO General Cooperation MoU is a template which can be used as a basic or “umbrella” agreement to lay out the general framework of working together. It is for non-financial partnerships and does not replace the need for a specific Co-financing Agreement (in case a contribution is made to UNFPA), an IP Agreement (in case the NGO will act as a UNFPA implementing partner), a Grant Agreement (in case the NGO will receive a grant from UNFPA to strengthen the institution), or a contract for professional services when undertaking procurement.
The Policy and Procedures for Using Grants as a Funding Modality outlines UNFPA’s use of grants to provide a small financial contribution (‘seed money’) to a community based not-for profit or civil society organization solely for the purpose of building the internal capacity of the organization.
This policy and procedures outlines the process for the management of cash transfers to implementing partners and identifies the control activities designed to mitigate the most significant risks inherent to this business process.
The purpose of the present policy is to summarize Implementing Partner review and sanctions by UNFPA following the issuance of an investigation report by the Director, Office of Audit and Investigation Services (“OAIS”).
The template includes the IASC-approved template (converted into spreadsheet format) for partners to self-assess. It also includes sheets for UN personnel to rate and score the assessment, develop and monitor a capacity strengthening plan.
Sample message inviting CSO partners to complete the PSEA assessment, sample request to partners for clarification, and sample message to share results with partner.
Joint, inter-agency guidance for partners on the PSEA assessment process and technical guidance for assessing each core standard.
This is a short 2 page introduction and quick start guide to using the UNPP.
This document provides guidance to our implementing partners about the assessment process and its implications.
This manual provides UNFPA implementing partners with the necessary information to effectively design and implement a UNFPA programme and manage its funds.