UNIDO intervention under the one UN pilot project
Following a broad consultative exercise involving the Government of Zimbabwe (GoZ) and its partners, the Zimbabwe United Nations Development Assistance Framework (ZUNDAF) 2007– 2011 was formulated by the Government of Zimbabwe (GoZ) and the United Nations Country Team (UNCT). The ZUNDAF document is a strategic-planning instrument that identifies national priorities for the Government of Zimbabwe which will benefit in terms of financial and technical assistance from the UN and from other co-operating partners.
The basis of analysis was the Zimbabwe Millennium Development Goals (MDG) 2004 Progress Report, supported by other sectoral analyses. That Report prioritizes MDGs 1, 3 and 6 to guide UNCT interventions. The Millennium Declaration (2000) and the MDGs also informed the development of the ZUNDAF Results Matrix.
The focus is now on the implementation of the ZUNDAF projects and programmes from 2007 until the end of the cycle in 2011.
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