It has been more than two decades since the United Nations has pledged reform, in order to more efficiently cope with growing world challenges. The restructuring of the UN’s work at the national level is calibrated through the concept of Delivering as One (DaO), launched on 2006.
The DaO strategy represents a shift from the UN agencies’ individual work, towards joint work at the national level. The program sets out to overcome fragmentation of the UN by creating a more united system. This allows the UN team to make more effective use of assets, reduce transactional costs and promote transparency and accountability within the UN system.
The UN Regional Directors Team (RDT) for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region endorsed the request of the Government and the UN in Montenegro to move forward with Delivering as One. In June 2009, the UNCT in Montenegro agreed on the formulation of an Integrated UN Programme, Results and Budgetary Framework for the period from 2010 to 2016 and creation of a UN Country Fund. The Integrated UN Programme for Montenegro is the first major step in that endeavour.
Delivering as One in Montenegro
The Integrated UN Programme
DaO Standard Operating Procedures
The UN Country Fund
Governance of the Integrated UN Programme
“The United Nations we want- our commitment to the way forward”
Outcome Document of the Fifth High Level Intergovernmental Conference on Delivering as One in Tirana, Albania - June 2012
“Delivering as One: Going beyond pilot phase”
Outcome document of the DaO Conference in Montevideo, Uruguay - November 2011
DaO in Montenegro - A year after
Op Ed by Alexander Avanessov, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative, Montenegro
United Nations in Montenegro (ppt presentation)
Multi-Partner Trust Fund GATEWAY
High-level Tripartite Conference, Hanoi, 14-16 June 2010