Click to read about some of the important achievements registered from the work of the UN in Rwanda which have impacted on people’s lives thourhgout the country, as covered in the 2016/17 United Nations Development Assistance Plan (UNDAP) Report.
The new Global Education Monitoring Report (GEM) has been launched, and shows the potential for education to propel progress towards all the global goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, but warned of the tall challenges ahead to reach the learning targets.
Annual United Nations Country Results Report for 2014, showcasing key results achieved during this reporting period. 2014 marked the second year of implementation of Rwanda’s Second Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS II), which was broadly acknowledged by most stakeholders, including the Development Partners, as constituting an effective framework for realizing Rwanda’s economic transformational and deeper poverty reduction aspirations.
Within the framework of the second generation of Delivering as One (DaO) process and in a further bid to better streamline its business processes, the One UN Rwanda in 2013 moved away from the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) to the United Nations Development Assistance Plan (UNDAP). Highlights of this development and others detailed in this report.
More Rwandans are sharing the benefits of strong economic activity powered by a large increase in services, agricultural output, robust agricultural exports, and strong domestic demand – all factors favourable to local producers and to workers, men and women, in town and countryside. Poverty rates have plummeted by nearly 12 percent, raising a million children, men and women out of poverty since 2008.
The year 2012 marked a significant milestone for the UN System -Wide Coherence agenda as it was the last year of the pilot phase for the Delivering as One (DaO).Globally, the strong commitment to Delivering as One was maintained as reflected in the significant increase in the number of countries adopting the DaO approach,thus, resulting in the strengthening of national leadership and ownership of the UN reform process.