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United nations development assistance framework azerbaijan 2005-2009 United Nations Country Team Table of Contents Executive Summary

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2.10 EC, SCDC, law enforcement agencies

2.11 CMAR, SSC, MH, ME, MYST, SPPRED Secretariat

2.12 CMAR, Parliament, Ombudsman’s Office, MFA, NGO Alliance for Child Rights, Internews Azerbaijan, Youth Volunteer Groups, CBOs in focus districts

National Priority 1: The system of governance ensures an enabling environment for development, poverty reduction, and respect for rights and freedoms (cont’d)

UNDAF Outcome 2: The state improves its delivery of services and its protection of rights—with the involvement of civil society and in compliance with its international commitments (cont’d)

Country Programme Outcomes

Country Programme Outputs


2.13 Legislative, policy and implementation framework for facilitating and protecting child and women rights, improves (UNICEF)

      1. Key statutes and policies related to children and women reviewed for conformity with CRC, CEDAW and other international instruments by 2007.

      2. All parliamentarians, government officials at central and district levels, foreign embassies, donors and development agencies regularly informed on issues affecting child and women rights.

      3. Parliamentarians (Members of Social Policy and Education Commissions) trained in provisions of CRC, CEDAW and other international instruments by 2007.

      4. Coordination unit within Cabinet of Ministers established to monitor implementation of CRC by 2007.

      5. Children’s unit in Ombudsperson’s office is established and functional by 2007 and 3 child rights resource centres established.

      6. National legislation, policy, plan of action and key partnerships established and operational for de-institutionalization of children.

      7. Coordination and monitoring of implementation of NPAs for street and neglected children, child labour eradication and prevention of trafficking strengthened by 2007.

      8. Key Government duty bearers, including police, judiciary, district education and health departments in 8 focus districts trained in CRC and national child protection legislation and policies and applying principles in their daily work.

      9. Children’s Needs are placed at the centre of national and district plans to prepare for, mitigate and respond to acute emergencies

      10. Children in schools countrywide receive education in mine risk, and mine risk integrated into Life skills training for young people.

2.13.11 National Policy Framework on IECD developed by 2006

2.13 CMAR, Parliament, ME, MH, Ombudsman’s Office, EC, WB, NNGOs (NGO Alliance for Child Rights,), INGOs (World Vision, Save the Children), ANAMA, district authorities in focus districts

2.14 Mechanisms are in place to enable children and young people to participate in decisions affecting their lives (UNICEF)
2.15 The Government implements effective mine action (UNDP)
2.16 Ombudsman’s Office effectively promotes rule of law and human rights (UNDP)

      1. Youth resource centres established and operational in every district by 2009.

      2. Youth media centres established and functional in all focus districts by 2009.

2.14.3 Civil society organizations trained in youth participation and incorporating participation methodologies into regular work practices in 8 focus districts by 2007.

2.15.1 Support provided for landmine/UXO clearance, mine risk education, and mine victim assistance

2. 16.1 Capacity building support provided to the Ombudsman’s Office for human rights advocacy

2.14 Parliament, CMAR, Ombudsman’s Office, youth NGOs, NGO Alliance for Child Rights, Youth Volunteer, ME, MH, MYST

2.15 ANAMA, NNGOs, EC, Italy, Japan, U.K., U.S.

2.16 Ombudsman’s Office, OHCHR, Parliament, RWI/SIDA

Coordination Mechanisms and Programme Modalities: A Thematic Group for Poverty Reduction, chaired by UNDP and reporting to the UNCT, will coordinate the contributions of UN agencies/partners to UNDAF Outcome 2. The Thematic Group will have responsibility for reviewing joint work plans, reviewing M&E progress, and ensuring information sharing. Relevant and interested stakeholders will be included in the Thematic Group. Task Forces on cross-cutting issues will be formed when and as needed.

National Priority 2: Basic needs for health and education are met for all people

UNDAF Outcome 3: Health and nutrition improve, particularly among women, children, and vulnerable groups

Country Programme Outcomes

Country Programme Outputs


3.1 State institutions build capacity for delivery of health-care services meeting the needs of women, men, adolescents, and children, including needs for reproductive health care and knowledge (UNICEF, UNHCR and UNFPA)

3.2 Children and women living in 8 focus districts benefit from and participate in improved, client-friendly preventative and curative maternal and child health services (UNICEF)

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