Compendium of UNDP supported programmes/projects in Egypt
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Compendium of UNDP supported programmes/projects in Egypt by United Nations. Development Programme.

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Published by UNDP, Government of Egypt in [Cairo] .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Microfiche. New Delhi : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1994. 2 microfiches ; 11 X 15 cm.

Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 94/52103
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v. (unpaged)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1264981M
LC Control Number94960397

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The cooperation between Egypt Post and UNDP started in Consolidating successful outcomes articulated in previous phases of the projects (Phase I&II), this project supports Egypt Post’s sustained efforts to modernize and diversify the services provided to . This outcome is supported through the following projects: Support to the National Council of Women (NCW) () The purpose of the project is to support the National Council of Women to be effective in policy development and planning as well as in monitoring and advancing the status of women in Egypt. themes, programmes or projects represent a critical complement to the regular resources base of UNDP. Total other resources contributions were $ billion, a 6% increase over the $ billion received in However, resources earmarked for programmes or projects increased the most by 9%, contributing to a rising. Over the past 20 years the nature of UNDP’s support to Egypt has changed and become more focused, As such, UNDP provides support through programmes and projects that are intended to strengthen national capacities and expand the options and opportunities available to partners and beneficiaries in Egypt.

UNDP has been awarded the Gender Equality Seal (GES) in and for its efforts to mainstream gender equality and to empower women in Egypt. The GES is a corporate certification process that aims to recognize good performance of UNDP Country Offices in delivering transformational gender results. The UNDP Country Office Programme operates in 5-year cycles, during which UNDP Egypt strategically determines the outcomes that it endeavours to achieve throughout this period. The outcomes are specified in the Country Programme Action Plan , which serves as a basis for the execution of the UNDP Country Programme for Egypt. The National Library and Archives of Egypt was established in , due to the suggestion of Refa'a Al-Tahtawi () to buildup a library in Egypt under the supervision of Ali Mubarak. Valuable collections of books and manuscripts were gathered from different sources. A number of geometrical instruments and maps were also included. The UNDP Programme and Project Cycles are the underpinning processes that provide UNDP with the ability to deliver results. Within these processes, a series of actions are carried out including the definition of a clear hierarchy of results (outputs contributing to outcomes) and continuous monitoring of progress towards these specified results.

  The UNDP Funding Compendium summarizes contributions received by UNDP in from its partners, through a variety of funding channels - regular resources (“core”), and other resources including thematic funds, UN pooled funds, vertical funds and funds earmarked to programmes and projects. UNDP should come to terms with the fact that programmes and projects are not mutually exclusive and that even in countries that adopt the programme approach, individual projects will continue to exist so that country-specific needs can be met; and that it might not be possible to fit such projects into a programme. UNDP works to eradicate poverty and reduce inequalities through the sustainable development of nations, in more than countries and territories. a. Regular or “core” resources, with a list of UNDP’s top contributors in , and contribution trends over the past five years. b. Funds earmarked to programmes and projects. c. Thematic funding, including the importance of flexible funding, and total contributions received by UNDP .