ABBREVIATIONS


ADB

CDC
CMAC
CRDB
EC
ECHO
ESSP
FAO
GDCC
HSSP
IFAD
ILO
IMF
IOM
LMAP
NSDP
PAP
PBA
PFM RP
PIP
PLG
SEDP
SWAp
SWiM
TWG
UNAIDS
UNCT
UNDP
UNEP
UNESCO
UNFPA
UNICEF
UNIFEM
UNOCHA
UNRC
UNV
WB
WHO


Asian Development Bank
Council for the Development of Cambodia
Cambodia Mine Action Center
Cambodian Rehabilitation and Development Board
European Commission
European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid Office
Education Sector Support Programme
Food and Agriculture Organization
Government-Donor Coordination Committee
Health Sector Support Project
International Fund for Agricultural Development
International Labour Organization
International Monetary Fund
International Organization on Migration
Land Management and Administration Programme
National Strategic Development Plan
Priority Action Programmes
Programme-based Approach
Public Financial Management Reform Programme
Public Investment Programme
Partnership for Local Governance
Socio-economic Development Plan
Sector-wide Approach
Sector-wide Management
Technical Working Group
Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS
United Nations Country Team
United Nations Development Programme
United Nations Environment Programme
United Nations Educationl, Scientific and Cultural Organization
United Nations Population Fund
United Nations Children's  Fund
United Nations Development Fund for Women
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
United Nations Regional Centre
United Nations Volunteers
World Bank
World Health Organization

ANNEX 1.

DONOR PLEDGE SHEET

 

Country/Institution:     _______________________________         Currency:  ________________________

Contact name:            _______________________________        Exchange rate to US$:  ______________

Contact Information:   _______________________________        Date:        _________________________         

  1. DISBURSEMENTS IN 2005 -- PLEASE DO NOT INCLUDE FUNDS CONTRIBUTED BY OTHER DEVELOPMENT
    PARTNERS TO AVOID DOUBLE COUNTING.

TYPE OF ASSISTANCE

DISBURSEMENTS IN 2005

DISBURSEMENTS BY MAJOR SECTOR IN 2005

TOTAL

Investment (1 )

Social Sectors(2)

Economic Sectors(3)

Physical Infrastructure(4)

OTHER

GRANTS

Delivered directly

 

 

 

 

 

 

Delivered through another development partner(s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Delivered through NGOs

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sub-total

 

 

 

 

 

 

LOANS

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Investment includes: capital investment and investment related technical cooperation

  2. Social Sectors include: Education and Health sectors.

  3. Economic sectors include: Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Land Management, Manufacturing and Mining, Rural Development, and Trade sectors. 

  4. Physical infrastructure includes: Transportation, Water Resources and Metrology, Potable Water, Power Generation and Transmission, Post, and Telecommunication sectors.

DONOR PLEDGE SHEET

 

Country/Institution:     _______________________________    Currency:  ________________________

Contact name:           _______________________________    Exchange rate to US$:  ______________

Contact Information:   _______________________________    Date:        _________________________         

 

  1. PLEDGE FOR 2006 -- PLEASE INCLUDE ONLY YOUR OWN RESOURCES

  PLEDGE FOR 2006 PLEDGE BY MAJOR SECTOR BASED ON NSDP PRIORITIES FOR THE YEAR 2006
TYPE OF ASSISTANCE TOTAL Of which (1) Investment  component Social Sectors(2) Economic Sectors(3) Physical Infrastructure(4) OTHER
Support to on-going Programs and Projects Available for new Programs and Projects Support to on-going Programs and Projects Available for new Programs and Projects Support to on-going Programs and Projects Available for new Programs and Projects Support to on-going Programs and Projects Available for new Programs and Projects
GRANTS Programmed directly                  
Programmed through another development partner(s)                  
Programmed through NGOs                  
Other                  

Sub-total

                 
LOANS                  

TOTAL

                 
  1. Investment includes: capital investment and investment related technical cooperation

  2. Social Sectors include: Education and Health sectors.

  3. Economic sectors include: Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Land Management, Manufacturing and Mining, Rural Development, and Trade sectors. 

  4. Physical infrastructure includes: Transportation, Water Resources and Metrology, Potable Water, Power Generation and Transmission, Post, and Telecommunication sectors.

ANNEX 2.

List of Coordinated Programmes
<Under PBAs >

Table Qd4 (Donor Questionnaire): Coordinated technical cooperation (per project)

Name of Program

Project

Name of Donor

ODA (USD)

ODA (USD)-sub-total

Public Finance Management Reform Programme

PFM program

IMF

$470,000

$ 973,173

PFM

Japan

$ 415,876

PFM preparation

Sweden

$ 42,297

PFM

WB1

$ 45,000

SEILA

Partnership for Local Governance (PLG)

UNDP2

$ 2,929,820

$ 10,291,349

Seth Koma

UNICEF

$1,659,066

UN volunteer/ Community-based natural resource management programme of MRD

UNV

$44,883

Agricultural Development Support, Community-based Rural Development Project and Rural Poverty Reduction Project in Prey Veng and Svay Rieng

IFAD

$3,914,631

Community-based Rural Development Project

Germany

$ 83,882

Rural Investment and Local Governance Project

WB

$ 130,182

Commune and community based natural resource and environment management

Denmark

$ 1,396,800

Seila Programme 2

Sweden

$ 135,135

HIV/AIDS

Strengthening Cambodia’s response to HIV/AIDS programme

UNDP3

$ 2,755,793

$ 16,609,218

Institutional Strengthening of the National AIDS Authority (NAA)

UNAIDS4

$53,924

Greater Involvement of People Living and Affected with HIV/AIDS project with NAA

UNV

$ 60,562

HIV/AIDS workplace education programme

ILO5

$122,939

HIV/AIDS Program

USA

$ 13,616,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


1
With Australia, UK, EC, Sweden,
2 with UK, Sweden
3 with UK
4 with UK
5 with UNAIDS
 

Table Qd4 (Donor Questionnaire): Coordinated technical cooperation (per project)

Name of Program/
coordinated TC

Project

Name of Donor

ODA (USD)

ODA (USD)-sub-total

Education SWAp

Basic Education Priorities

UNICEF

$1,645,769

$ 9,410,316

Education

UNESCO

$153,135

Non-formal education under the Education for All programmes

UNV

$46,834

Expanded basic Education Programme

Sweden

$ 70,270

Education

ADB

$ 340,000

Improving quality of and access to education/ Improving math and science education

Japan

$ 1,526,022

Basic Education

USA

     $ 3,010,056

Education

WB

$ 227,750

Education Technical Assistance

EC

$ 2,143,615

Land Management

PBA Land/LMAP

WB

$ 528,831

$ 1,300,724

PBA Land/LMAP

Germany

$ 771,893

Mine Action

Support to Mine Action

UNDP6

$538,158

$ 751,800

Strengthening Mine action

Japan

$ 213,642

Health SWiM / Health Sector Support Project (HSSP)

Sector Wide Management/HSSP

UNFPA

$425,495

$ 25,456,936

Health and Nutrition

UNICEF

$2,048,342

HSSP

ADB

$ 1,800,000

HSSP Institutional Development/ Improving Incentives

UK

$ 823,390

HSSP

WB

$ 1,163,038

Health SWiM

Germany

$ 1,142,873

Strengthening health care services/ Achieving MDG targets

Japan

$ 4,161,798

Population (Reproductive Health /Family Planning)

USA

$ 3,312,000

Infectious Diseases/Other

USA

$5,888,000

Mother and Child Health

USA

$ 4,692,000

6 with Australia, Japan, France, Norway, Adopt-A-Minefield, Sweden

<Not under PBAs>

Name of Program

Project

Name of Donor

ODA (USD)

ODA (USD)-sub-total

Planning

NSDP formulation support

UNDP

$287,916

$ 434,064

NSDP support

UNFPA

$12,275

NSDP

WB

$ 133,873

Anti-corruption

Support to Anti-corruption law formulation

UNDP

$71,091

$ 2,018,402

Anti-corruption

IMF

$15,311

Anti-corruption

USA

$ 1,932,000

Tonle Sap conservation

Capacity building for Tonle Sap conservation

UNDP

$556,882

$ 1,406,882

Tonle sap environmental management project

ADB

$ 850,000

Climate Change

Cambodian Refrigerant Management Plan

UNDP/UNEP

$14,620

$ 61,454

Pollution control programme of MoE

UNV

$46,834

Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW)

Committee to Promote Women in Political Decision-Making

 

UNIFEM7

$6,431

$6,431

Domestic violence

2005 Domestic Violence Baseline Survey

UNIFEM8

$11,400

$11,400

Rural Development

Rural Development Project in Kampot and Kampong Thom

Germany9

$ 2,046,492

$ 2,046,492

Law Enforcement Against Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation of Children(LEASECT) Working conditions in the garment sector

Children in Need of Special Protection

UNICEF /IOM

$161,461

$161,461

 

Child Labour and Migrant Workers

Interagency report on child labour

ILO

$ 80,000

$ 584,500

UNICEF

$ 5,000

Support to the Cambodian national plan of Action on the Elimination of the worst forms of child labour;a time bound approach

ILO/UNICEF/ WB/UNESCO

$ 499,500

Working conditions in the garment sector

Better factories in the garment sector France $ 524,611.21 $1,024,611.21
USA/ILO $ 200,000
Arbitration Council USA/ILO $ 300,000
Informal Economy A study on Informal economy in Cambodia10 ILO $ 7,190 $ 12,190
UNIFEM $ 5,000
Stung Chinit Irrigation Project   ADB $ 400,000 $ 983,508.01
  France $ 583,508.01
Electrification of provincial town   ADB $ 440,000 $ 1,260,553.41
  France $ 820,553.41
North-West Sector Irrigation Project   ADB $ 200,000 $ 1,253,930.20
  France $ 1,052,930.20
Trade Facilitation   IMF $ 88,000 $ 114,392
  WB $ 26,392
Financial Sector Bllue Prints   IMF11 $ 695,000 $ 695,000

Local governance

Commune Council Development Project ADB12 $ 230,000 $ 230,000
Statistics   IMF $ 279,689 $ 339,295
  WB $ 59,606

7 coordinated with Germany
8 coordinated with Germany and EWMI
9 coordinated with IFAD Rural Development Project
10 UNDP Advisor was also in coordination.
11 Coordinated with ADB
12 co-finance with Sweden
 

Key Features

Mode of PIUs

Possible conditions for Integrated PIU

Parallel PIUs

Semi-Integrated PIUs

Integrated PIUs

Parallel

Mostly parallel

Partially integrated

Mostly integrated

Accountability/ Reporting / Consultation

(Is your PIU accountable to your agency or to relevant Government agencies?)

¡ Accountability of the PIU activity to the Government is not considered.


¡
Reporting systems are only accountable to funding donor.

¡ Consultation with Government in report preparation is neither required nor practiced.

¡Accountability of the PIU activity to the Government is very limited


¡
Report is prepared by donor and then shared with Government with very limited possibilities for Govt inputs.

¡ Accountability of PIU activity to government is limited


¡ Limited Govt staff involvement in report preparation. 


¡
Reports are fully shared with Govt but not signed off by them

¡ Accountability of PIU activity to government is partial


¡
Govt staff and donors jointly prepare reports.


¡ Both Government and Donor sign off on  reports.

 

¡Accountability of the PIU activity to govt is a prerequisite.
 

¡ Govt is accountable for PIU activities and responsible for reporting PIU activities to donors

 

Govt agency has transparent reporting/ accounting mechanisms.  Effective consultation mechanisms in place

Staff selection/ recruitment, staffing

(i.  Does your agency determine the ToRs for  externally appointed staff of the PIU, or does Govt?

ii.  Does your agency appoint most of the professional staff of the PIU, or the relevant Govt agency?)

¡ PIU staff selection/recruitment process does not require Government involvement.
 

¡ No government staff are working in the PIU.

TORs are shared with Government but donor approves final version. Govt no veto for selection results.


¡
Some existing Govt staff recruited for PIU but working exclusively on project activities rather than Govt.

¡ PIU staff TORs and selection/recruitment process are jointly prepared but final decision is on donor side, with Govt offering "no objection".
 

¡ Govt staff work both on project activities and govt responsibilities, but project activities are distinct from of govt responsibilities

¡ PIU staff TORs and selection/recruitment processes are jointly determined and final decision is by both Govt and donors together
 

¡ Government staff work principally on govt responsibilities as part of project.

 

 

¡ Government determines staff TORs and selection/ recruitment processes.


¡
Government takes full responsibility for managing any external PIU staff


¡
Principally staffed by Govt officials working on govt responsibilities.

Govt has established meritocratic and transparent recruitment systems

Implementation/Operational Responsibility

(preparation of work plan, oversight of budget and implementation of activities, management of reviews, and  authorisation of financial transactions)

 

(Do your project staff have responsibility for the management of design and implementation issues, or does a government agency make these decisions?)

¡ Donors manage all stages of project activity and donor rules and regulations are followed for implementation of PIU activities

¡ Government involvement is not required.

¡ Donors manage all stages of project activity

¡ Government involvement is limited to sharing of information

¡ Government is consulted over operational responsibilities in project   but final decisions are with the donor

¡ Govt involvement is on “No objection" basis.

¡ Operational responsibility in project implementation of the PIU is shared between the Government and donor.

¡ Final decisions require both Govt and donor approval. 

¡Responsibility for management of all activities and stages of project lies in the hands of Government.

¡ Government exercise its full authority to make final decisions.

Govt agencies are well-staffed, and have the required mix of skills; clear lines of responsibility are established

 


        Checklist of Project Implementation Unit (PIU)
Key Features Key Question

Answer

Yes

No

Accountability /Reporting Is the PIU accountable to your agency rather than to the relevant government institutions (e.g. ministries, agencies, departments)?    
Staff Selection/
Recruitment,
Staffing
Does your agency determine the ToRs for the externally appointed staff of the PIU, rather than the relevant government institutions (e.g. ministries, agencies, deDoes your agency appoint most of the professional staff of the PIU, rather than the relevant government institutions (e.g. ministries, agencies, departments)?partments)?    
     
Implementation/
Operational Responsibilities
Do the PIU staff appointed by the Donor have responsibility for the management of implementation issues, rather than the relevant government institutions (e.g. ministries, agencies, departments) making these decisions?    
Note 1: If all your answers are "Yes", the PIU is classified as a Parallel PIU. On the other hand, if all the answers are "No", the PIU is classified as an Integrated PIU.
Note 2: If there are some "Yes" answers and some "No", your PIU is classified as a Semi-Integrated PIU, i.e., neither a Parallel PIU nor an Integrated PIU, but located on the continuum between a Parallel PIU and an Integrated PIU.
(For further information and help in classifying the PIU in detail, see the Annex II: the PIU Reference Matrix.)

ANNEX 4.

List of Parallel PIUs

Donor

Name of project

Australia (2)

  • Australian Development Scholarships

  • Land Use Planning Unit support Project

Belgium(6)

  • PBHS SROM: provision of basic health services in Siem Reap and Otdar Meanchey
  • PBHS KC: provision of basic health services in Kampong Cham
  • BETT: Basic Education and Teacher Training in Siem Reap, Oddar Meanchey and Kampong Cham
  • TF: Training Facility
  • CBCF: Cambodia Belgium Consultancy Fund
  • MP: Master Plan Navigation on Mekong River

France (18)

  • FSP Support to the Rule of Law

  • FSP Support to Public Administration Reforms

  • FSP Support to the University of Health Science

  • FSP Support to the Royal University of Agriculture

  • FSP Support to the Health Ministry

  • FSP Support to the Agricultural sector

  • FSP Support to Urban development

  • FSP Support to  the development of French in Cambodia secondary and higher education

  • FSP Synergie (support to capacity building in the field of management)

  • FSP Ankor and Sustainable Development

  • FSP Support to the Cultural Sector

  • FSP VALEASE (support to increase writings in south east Asia)

  • Support to the Royal University of Law and Economy - Economy department

  • Support to the Royal University of Law and Economy - Law department

  • Support to the Royal University of Phnom Penh – department of French studies

  • Pasteur (health care development)

  • Esther (fight against HIV/AIDS)

  • EFEO (renovation of the Baphuon temple)

FSP : Fond de Solidarité Prioritaire, EFEO : Ecole Française d’Extrème-Orient 

UK (3)

  • CDRI policy research (to support SEILA PLG - Research Institute functioning as a parallel PIU)

  • PSI 100% condom use (NGO functioning as a parallel PIU)

  • BBC World Service Trust (support to HIV/AIDS education through the soap opera " A Taste of Life" - NGO functioning as a parallel PIU)

 

UNCT (19)

<<UNDP>> (3)

  • Support to Cambodian Parliament
  • Conservation Areas through Landscape Management (CALM) in the Northern Plains of Cambodia Cambodia
  • Management of the Cardamom mountain

<<ILO>> (16)

  • Expansion of employment opportunity for women (EEOW)
  • Alleviating Poverty through Peer Training for disabled women & men
  • North Western Rural Development Project  (Generating employment through public investment in rural infrastructure and community-based rural accessibility planning) 
  • Informal Economy,  Poverty and Employment: An Integrated Approach, Cambodia, Mongolia and Thailand
  • Integrated Support to Small Enterprises in Mekong Delta Countries
  • Improving Working Conditions in the Garment Sector Project
  • Socially responsible production in the garment industry
  • Labour dispute resolution project
  • Workers' Education Assistance Project
  • The project on "contributing towards the development, adoption and implementation of national legislation, policies and programmes that integrate the rights, needs and priorities of indigenous and the tribal people.
  • ILO-INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR THE ELIMINATION OF CHILD LABOUR (IPEC) project on Reducing Labour Exploitation of Children and Women: Combating Trafficking in the Greater Mekong Sub-region - Phase II
  • ILO-IPEC project to Combat Trafficking in Children and Women in Cambodia and Viet Nam
  • ILO-IPEC project on Combating Child Labour Working in Hazardous Work: Salt Production ,  Rubber Plantation and Fishing Sites
  • ILO-IPEC on Preventing and Eliminating Exploitative Child Domestic Work through Education and Training in SE/Asia and E/Asia
  • Support to the Cambodian National Plan of Action on the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour: A Time-Bound Approach
  • HIV/AIDS Workplace Education Programme

ANNEX 5.

List of other forms of Programme Assistance
<Under PBAs >

Table Qd14 (Donor Questionnaire): Other form of assistance (per project)

Name of Program

Project

Name of Donor

ODA (USD)

ODA (USD)-sub-total

SEILA

Partnership for Local Governance (PLG)

UNDP13

$ 11,502,848

$ 22,994,825

Seth Koma

UNICEF

$1,659,066

UN volunteer/Community-based natural resource management program

UNV

$44,883

Agricultural Development Support to Seila, Community-based Rural Development Project and Rural Poverty Reduction Project in Prev Veng and Svay Rieng)

IFAD

$3,914,631

Rural Investment and Local Governance Project (RILGP)

WB

$ 4,858,491

Commune and community based natural resource and environment management

Denmark

$ 879,771

Seila Programme 2

Sweden

$ 135,135

Mine Action

Support to Mine Action

UNDP14

$3,836,824

$ 22,796,824

Strengthening Mine Action

Japan

$ 18,960,000

Education SWAp

Basic Education Priorities

UNICEF

$1,645,769

$ 6,689,042

Non-formal education under the EFA programmes

UNV

$46,834

Expanded basic Education Programme

Sweden

$ 70,270

Improving quality of and access to education/ Improving math and science education

Japan

$ 4,440,000

Education

 WB

$ 486,169

Health SWiM/ Health Sector Support Project (HSSP) Sector Wide Management/HSSP UNFPA $1,387,660 $ 37,241,768
Health and Nutrition UNICEF $2,048,342
HSSP Institutional Development/ Improving Incentives UK $ 823,390
HSSP WB $ 1,231,303
Health Swim Germany $ 4,142,873
Strengthening health care services/ Achieving MDG targets Japan $ 8,761,798
  The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria $18,846,402
PFM Reform Program PFM program IMF $470,000 $ 978,173
PFM Japan $ 415,876
PFM preparation Sweden $ 42,297
PFM WB15 $ 50,000
Land Management PBA Land/LMAP WB $ 127,959 899,852
PBA Land/LMAP Germany $ 771,893
HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS support through Social Marketing UK $1,423,530  
Strengthening Cambodia’s response to HIV/AIDS programme UNDP16 $ 3,177,416 $ 4,775,221.90
Institutional Strengthening of the NAA UNAIDS17 $53,924
HIV/AIDS retrovirus therapy project Australia $120,351.90

13 with UK, Sweden
14
with Australia, Japan, France, Norway, A dopt-A-Minefield, Sweden
15
With Australia, UK, EC, Sweden,
16
with UK
17
with UK

<Not under PBAs>

Name of Program

Project

Name of Donor

ODA (USD)

ODA (USD)-sub-total

Trade Facilitation

 

  IMF

$ 88,000

$ 114,39

 

WB

$ 26,392

Financial Sector Blue Prints

 

IMF18

$ 695,000

$ 695,000

Statistics

 

IMF

$ 279,689

$ 339,295

 

WB

$ 59,606

18 with ADB

ANNEX  6

List of Joint Missions

Table Qd16 (Donor Questionnaire): Joint missions (per mission)

Name of Mission

Timing in 2005

Joint Partner

Irrigation supervision

 

ADB, France

Missions on land management

 

ADB, WB

Country Portfolio Review Mission

 

ADB, WB

Telecommunications

 

ADB, Japan

Commune council

 

ADB, Sweden

PLG assessment

October

Denmark, Sweden, UK, WB

PFM assessment

February – March

EC, WB, Australia, UK, Sweden

Annual CMAC review (2)

March-April / November- December

Sweden, GICHD

A follow-up education SWAp seminar

June

Sweden, UNICEF

Annual review of the Education Sector Support Programme (ESSP)

September

 Sweden with other concerned including Sweden, ADB, EC,WFP, UNCEF, UNESCO, WB, UK, Japan, USA, France and NGO partners

SEILA Permanent Advisory Team

 

UK, Sweden

Cambodia Development Research Institute (CDRI) policy research

 

UK, Sweden

Health Social Marketing , Future Social Marketing design mission

 

UK, USAID

HSSP Monitoring (2)

March / November

UK, ADB, WB, UNFPA

PRSO preparation

 

UK, World Bank, Japan

DANIDA & UK PROGRAM REVIEW
DANIDA/UK Appraisal Programme(2)

May / October-November

Denmark
UK

LMAP Joint supervision mission (2)

March/November-December

Germany, Finland,
 WB, Canada

Trade (2)

January/October

IMF, WB

Statistics

 

IMF, Sweden, UNDP

Financial Sector Blueprint (10)

January-December

IMF19

PFM (7)

January-November

IMF20

Review of Refrigerant management Country Action Plan

March

UNDP, UNEP

IFAD Loan/Rural livelihoods (2)

April/Sep-Oct

UNDP, IFAD

NSDP Preparation and MDGs 2010 Target

May - June  

UNCT

Professor Jeffrey Sach's mission to Cambodia

August

UNCT

Preparation of UN AI Joint Programme

August

UNCT

Film Premier A Closer Walk

August - Sep

UNDP, UNAIDS

Joint UN Mission - National Avian Influenza Planning

October

UNICEF, FAO, WHO, OCHA, UNDP, UNRC

Seth Koma monitoring mission

July

UNICEF, ECHO, WHO

Seth Koma monitoring mission

February

UNICEF, ECHO

Seth Koma monitoring visit with health section (3)

July/August/October

UNICEF, ECHO, WHO

Education IIEP Sida Mission

June

UNICEF, Sweden

Education Sida Mission (2)

July/November

UNICEF, Sweden

UN Avian Influenza (AI) Inter-agency mission - national planning

October

UNICEF, UNDP, WHO, UNRC

Joint Mission with WB on Mekong Water Resources Assistance Strategy

Feb- March

FAO, WB

Start up project operation GCP/RAS/207/NZE

June

FAO, New Zealand

GIS study on HIGHLY PATHOGENIC AVIAN IFLUENZA in Cambodia

June

FAO, International Emerging Infections Program of USA's Center for Disease Control based in Thailand

 

Southeast Asia tour to Avian Influenza infected countries

September

FAO Director General and HE Leavitt, Secretary of Health and Human Service of the United States

CFS Programme Implementation in Prey Veng

Jun - Jul

UNESCO, UNICEF

Interagency Report on CHILD

December

ILO, WB, UNICEF

UK's partnership framework agreement (PFA) mission to visit project sites in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.

October

ILO, UK

Cleaner Production

May

UNIDO, SECO Switzerland

 

Agriculture Productivity Improvement Projet, completion mission

Oct-Nov

IFAD, WB

 

Decentralised Rural Livelihoods Improvement Programme, Formulation mission

Sep-Oct

IFAD, UNDP

 

19 coordinated with ADB
20 coordinated with other PFM partners

ANNEX 7.

List of Joint Country Analytic Work

Table Qd18 (Donor Questionnaire): Joint Country Analytic Work (per CAW)

Name of CAW

Timing in 2005

Joint Partner

Joint Country Strategy Planning Assessment

 

ADB, UK, UN, WB

Country Portfolio Review Mission

 

ADB, WB

Annual CMAC review (2)

March-April / Nov-Dec

Sweden, GICHD, UNDP Trust Fund Partners21

PLG assessment

October

UK, WB, Denmark, Sweden

CMAC review

November–December

Sweden, UNDP Trust Fund Partners

CDRI D&D policy research

 

Sweden, UK

Natural Resource Management and Livelihoods Programme, Cambodia, 2006-2010

 

Denmark/UK

Poverty and Social Impact Assessment on Social Land Concessions

 

Oxfam GB, Germany, WB

Education Public Expenditure Tracking Survey (PETS)

 

ADB, WB, CDRI

Corruption and Cambodian Households

 

WB and Center for Social Development

Achieving the Cambodia Millennium Development Goals Report 2005 Update

 

UNCT

Study of Explosive Remnants of War

 

UNDP, NPA, Japan, Australia

Cardamom Mountains Wildlife Sanctuaries Project: Baseline Socio economic studies of Phnom Aural Wildlife Sanctuary, Cambodia 2003 - 2004

 

UNDP, UN Foundation, GEF, EC, Vodafone (funding to MoE & Fauna and Flora International

Education Programme Joint Review of Education Sector Strategic Plan

 

UNICEF, UNESCO, WB, UK, Japan, USAID, France, World Bank

Education Programme Financing Model for Education for All

 

UNICEF, UNESCO, WB, UK, Japan, USAID, France

Education - Validation of EBEP

 

UNICEF, Sweden

Assessing the drafting of process of the Education Law

 

UNESCO, ADB

Youth Risk Behavior Survey

 

UNESCO, UNICEF

Health and Nutrition Programme Joint Annual Health Sector Review

 

UNICEF, WHO

Child Protection Situation Analysis on Child Trafficking

 

UNICEF, IOM

Cross-sectoral Programme Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey

 

UNICEF, USAID, UK, UNFPA, WHO

Assessing effectiveness of Education Sector Support Programme (ESSP) implementation at national and school level.

 

UNESCO, UNICEF

Informal Economy Study

 

ILO, UNIFEM, UNDP

Interagency report on child labour in Cambodia

 

ILO, UNICEF

Inception report on the existing labour dispute resolution practice and work relations in Cambodia

 

ILO, WB

Socio-economic and rural livelihoods study in five provinces (Kampong Speu, Otdar Mean Chey, Preah Vihear, Rotanak Kiri and Kratie) of Cambodia

July/August

IFAD and UNDP


21 New Zealand, Australia, Sweden, UNICEF


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