Delivering as One

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UNDAP Signing Ceremony, Photo by Alice KayibandaRwanda is one of eight countries—Albania, Cape Verde, Mozambique, Pakistan, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uruguay, and Viet Nam—that volunteered to “Delivering as One” pilot countries. The countries agreed to work within the UN system, capitalizing on the strengths and comparative advantages of the different agencies of the UN family. Collectively, the countries are experimenting with ways to increase the UN system’s impact through more coherent programmes, reduced transaction costs for governments, and lower overhead costs for the UN system.

The eight pilot countries are making reforms based on four principles: One Leader, One Budget, One Programme, and One Office. 
These changes were made to improve the countries' responses to varied needs by drawing on all parts of the UN system, whether based in-country or abroad. In Rwanda, the exercise has already helped to align UN programmes and funding more closely to national priorities. It has strengthened government leadership and ownership and has ensured access to the experience and expertise of a wider range of UN organizations.

Decision Making Mechanisms

In Rwanda, in the context of the new UNDAP2013-2018 cycle, the decision making and coordination mechanisms have been defined as summarized in the organogram. Read More >>

Operating as One

The UNCT with the support of the Operations Management Team (OMT) has developed a Business Operations Strategy (BoS) to support the delivery of the UNDAP. Read More >>

Communicating as One

Communicating as One is critical for ensuring the strategic positioning of the UN in Rwanda in terms of its internal and external communication. Read More >>

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