1. Quality Country-level Programming
Identify, verify and synthesize good practices for application by Country Offices of programming policies and procedures, including in results oriented programme planning and management, the human rights based approach, gender mainstreaming, the equity re-focus and MoRES, and the strategic use of the Situation Analysis of Children and Women.
Country Programmes of Cooperation prepared, implemented and managed to maximize effectiveness and efficiency.
2. Linking Results Frameworks for Children
Identify, verify and synthesize good practices by Country Offices and UN partner agencies, in the preparation of UN contribution to national analysis and UNDAFs, and joint reviews.
Improved alignment and relevance of UNICEF and partner programmes with national priorities for children and women, the MDGs, the Millennium Declaration and other UN human rights instruments, conventions and treaties.
3. Inter-agency Programme Practices
Represent UNICEF and provide inputs into internal and selected inter-agency technical working groups and taskforces on specific issues related to programming policy and procedures, as directed by and in consultation with the supervisor. Participate, as a priority, in the UN Development Group work on the harmonized approach to cash transfers (HACT), human rights approaches and provide inputs into the guidance work of technical clusters of Programme Division related to established programming procedures (e.g. Situation Analysis, partnership agreements, on formulating rights based and results oriented programmes and strategies).
Inter-agency programme policies and procedures harmonized and rationalized for improved effectiveness and efficiency
4. Training Materials Development
Assist in the review of, and provide inputs to guidance and training materials prepared by DPS, EMOPS and PD, to ensure consistency with established Programming Policies and Procedures in the context of the human rights based approach, the application of humanitarian principles, gender mainstreaming, the equity re-focus and MoRES and mainstreaming humanitarian action into regular programme work by Country Offices. Facilitate and participate in programme process and related training events as needed.
High quality programme guidance and training materials available reflecting UNICEF principles, core strategies and proven innovations
5. Country Office Support
Review, provide inputs into, and ensure consistency with established Programme Policies and Procedures of VISION-related materials to maximize utility of VISION for Country Office processes.
VISION fully aligned with country programme policies and procedures; programme staff skilled in application of VISION