Annual Report 2007/2008 - UNDP China

07 Feb 2008
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Summary

UNDP’s Country Programme for China (2006-2010) specifies ten concrete development outcomes to be achieved over the five-year cycle. These outcomes are closely linked to China’s development priorities and strategies laid out in its 11th Five-Year Development Programme (2006-2010) and other sectoral development plans and strategies, the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) 2006-2010,and the UNDP corporate mandate. To help monitor progress towards the outcomes, both quantitatively and qualitatively, baselines, indicators, targets, and required resources are also defined.
UNDP works closely with the China International Center for Economic and Technical Exchanges (CICETE) under the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM), which is the Government Coordinating Agency for UNDP in China. UNDP also works closely with other government agencies at national and subnational levels.

Over the past two years, UNDP has made substantive contributions to China’s ongoing development through policy advice and dialogue, capacity development, creation of an enabling environment, and knowledge building and sharing.

To help achieve the intended development outcomes in China, UNDP supports programme and non-programme activities. Currently, UNDP is supporting around 70 development projects in China with an approved budget of around US$230 million. More information about UNDP in China can be found at http://www.undp.org.cn.

To achieve better development results, UNDP continues to forge strong alliances for promoting sustainable human development in China through working with partners from the UN System, the civil society, the private sector, the media, and donors, etc. The partners bring their own knowledge, perspectives, resources and networks to further contribute to the improvement of development effectiveness.

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