UN Programme 2011-2012 in Bosnia and HerzegovinaPresentation Transcript
BiH Programme Steering BoardUnited Nations in Bosnia and Herzegovina Annual Consultations 2012Council of Ministers / Entity Governments June, 2012 Sarajevo/Banja Luka
BiH Programme Steering Board• BiH – UN/WB JOINT COORDINATION MECHANISM• 2011 - 2012 WORLD BANK OVERVIEW• 2011 - 2012 UN RESULTS AND FINANCIAL OVERVIEW• CONSULTATIONS
BiH Programme Steering Board• Joint BiH – UN/WB annual consultations with government agreed and initiated in early 2011 following the general elections and government formation process;• First meetings with Entity Governments organized in June 2011 (Council of Ministers meeting delayed due to on-going formation process);• Provides institutionalized mechanism to consult with BiH Council of Ministers and Entity Governments of the annual UN/WB BiH programmatic and financial targets and seek recommendations on progress;• Aligns UN/WB interventions with BiH governments’ annual activities within the agreed UN Development Assistance Framework 2010-14 (UNDAF);
BiH Programme Steering Board• Support provided by 9 resident agencies (ILO, UNDP, UNESCO, UNFPA, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNICTY, UN Women, UNV, WHO), 6 regional agencies (FAO, IFAD, UNEP, UNECE, UN-Habitat, UNIDO) and IOM;• Activities closely coordinated with the Breton Woods Institutions: WB and IMF;• Activities aligned with the EU integration process and state/entities priorities;• UNDAF 2010 – 2014 total UN allocation envisioned: USD 178,000,000. (Currently exceeding target by 19%)
World Bank Portfolio and Disbursement 2010-11 (US$ million) A Bretton Wood Institution and a Specialized Agency of the UN - Coordinates closely with UNCT members on UNDAF preparation and delivery UNCT/UNDAF 2010 2011Currently 13 active projects; Governance/ 24.1 56.6A total of US$ 462.3 million Local Dev/ SMEs(of which 38% disbursed); Social Inclusion* 111.9 2.78 IDA credits, 3 IBRD loans , Environment / 33.5 22.3 Climate Changeand 3 GEF grants;strong disbursement performance TOTAL: 169.5 81.6over the last 3 years*Includes US$111 Mil. Development Policy Loan
World Bank: some results from the current programInvestment projects continue to improve people’s lives:• Improved access to water for over 300,000 people in 6 municipalities.• Six regional sanitary landfills – best practice in the region.• Effective primary health care – 70% of population will be covered through family medicine model by 2014.• Production of electricity increased and environmental impact improved.• 209 kms of roads rehabilitated.• Backlog of land registration cases eliminated.• 105 SMEs provided with easier access to credits – 1,120 new jobs created and an estimated 4,000 jobs sustained during the period August 2010 – February 2012, thanks to the WB financed SME line of credit.
WB: New Country Partnership Strategy 2012-2015• Goals of the new CPS: Competitiveness; Social inclusion; and Sustainable use of natural resources. EU integration – cross cutting theme• Pillar I – Competitiveness • Improve competitiveness of the agriculture sector and access to EU markets ; • Energy - increases production of electricity while reducing pollution; • Efficient land market development. • Business environment regulatory reform, and improved investment climate, and improved access to finance for SMEs.• Pillar II – Social inclusion • Further improvement of quality and access to primary health care • Effective and better targeted job-brokerage services • Improved targeting of non-insurance cash transfers• Pillar III – Environmental sustainability – partnership with EC • Effective solid waste management – more regional landfills and less wild dump sites. • Reduced river pollution and better water management.
WB Program 2012-15CPS 2012-15 Lending Program:• Two projects already approved in 2012: Irrigation Development (US$ 40m); and additional financing for Enhancing SME Access to Finance (US$ 120m)• Pipeline: Sava River Navigability (US$ 31m); Real Estate Registration (US$ 30m)• Lending envelope 2014-2015: about US$ 40m – IDA credits, about US$ 200m IBRD loans (DPL series);Analytical Work 2012:• Public and Institutional Expenditures Review (PEIR)• SEE Economic Report• Social Exclusion in BiH and the Global Crisis
United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) 2010 - 2014Key Outcome Areas:• GOVERNANCE & LOCAL DEVELOPMENT• SOCIAL INCLUSION• ENVIRONMENT & CLIMATE CHANGE• JUSTICE & HUMAN SECURITY
2011 Financial Overview Indicative Total Indicative Budget Planned Budget2011 Donor Delivery per per Outcome for Outcome in 2011 2011 UN, EU, Swiss, Germany,Governance / Netherlands, Lichtenstein, Italy, 9,397,106 10,702,510 24%Local Develop. Sweden, Norway, BIH UN, Netherlands, Spain, Norway,Social Inclusion Swiss, Lichtenstein, Turkey, Sweden, 17,481,446 13,781,532 30% USA, Slovenia, UK, EU, BIHEnvironment / UN, MP*, Spain, Netherlands, 7,482,181 4,291,024 10%Climate Change GEF**, Norway, France, EU, BIHJustice/Human UN, GFATM***, EU, Spain, Belgium, 20,923,809 17,018,753 36%Security Italy, SwedenTOTAL : $55,28 M $ 45,78 M 100%*Multilateral Fund for Implementation of the Montreal Protocol**Global Environmental Fund***Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria
2011 Financial Overview AGENCIES Governance/ Environment / Social Inclusion Justice/HS TOTAL USD (alphabetically) Local Dev. Climate ChangeFAO 550,337 77,763 628,100IFAD 2,281,369 2,281,369ILO 242,128 242,128IOM 325,502 2,820,965 3,146,467UNDP 4,266,126 7,477,593 3,538,261 12,890,735 28,172,715UNECE 30,000 25,000 55,000UNEP 420,000 420,000UNESCO 888,000 888,000UNFPA 315,630 229,230 377,658 922,518UNHCR 440,000 2,300,000 50,000 2,790,000UNICEF 1,063,418 3,610,406 700,020 5,373,844UNIDO 205,000 205,000UNV 164,303 25,000 19,375 208,678UN WOMEN 140,000 160,000 300,000WHO 160,000 160,000TOTAL $10,70 M $13,78 M $4,29 M $17,01 M $ 45,78 M
2012 Annual Priorities Overview• Technical assistance for EU integration• Implementation of Revised Annex VII Strategy (Displacement)• Reconciliation through culture and education• Analytical and technical support to new global agenda on sustainable development (Rio + 20)• Increased government co-funding of joint activities ($1.75 M –2011)
2012 Overview – Annual Outcomes & BudgetSector: GOVERNANCE & LOCAL DEVELOPMENT Annual Outcomes• Developing local development strategies and Plans;• Investment and job creation for existing municipal development strategies with primary focus on agricultural sector;• Support policy and budgetary planning (focus on Roma, children, women, elderly, returnees/IDPs);• Support cultural policy coordination and labor dispute mechanisms in accordance with international obligations. State RS FBiH Budget $1,34 M $5,51 M $4,25 M SECTOR TOTAL USD $11,11 M
2012 Overview – Annual Outcomes & BudgetSector: SOCIAL INCLUSION Annual Outcomes• Support of implementation of the Revised Annex VII Strategy• Expand quality preschool education and inclusive intercultural education• Youth Employment and Education• Data and analysis on situation of children and women in BiH• Implement social protection and inclusion model in targeted municipalities• Integration of international health regulations into legislation and practice• Early childhood development services (health, immunization, nutrition, etc). State RS FBiH Budget $2,04 M $8,17 M $6,04 M SECTOR TOTAL USD $16,26 M
2012 Overview – Annual Outcomes & BudgetSector: ENVIRONMENT & CLIMATE CHANGE Annual Outcomes• Technical support for the 2012 Earth Summit (Rio+20) and compliance with international UN/EU obligations• Harmonization of legal and policy framework for energy efficiency and protection of environment and natural assets• Environmental research data and climate modeling• Environmental and energy efficiency planning in targeted municipalities (LEAP/SEAP)• Financing of local environmental and energy efficiency projects State RS FBiH Budget $1,98 M $1,42 M $1,89 M SECTOR TOTAL USD $5,30 M
2012 Overview – Annual Outcomes & BudgetSector: JUSTICE AND HUMAN SECURITY Annual Outcomes• Judicial Reform in areas of witness support, free legal aid, war crimes processing, juvenile justice. Ensure fulfillment of EU requirements in judiciary sector.• Decrease surplus high hazardous ammunition and illegal weapons in BiH• Trends in trafficking and impact of EU integration on migration in BiH and region• Protection and referral mechanisms against child and gender-based violence State RS FBiH Budget $7,92 M $3,75 M $4,87 M SECTOR TOTAL USD $16,56 M
2012 Financial Overview AGENCIES Governance/ Environment / Social Inclusion Justice/HS TOTAL USD (alphabetically) Local Dev. Climate ChangeFAO 177,932 1,180,000 1,357,932IFAD 2,888,086 2,888,086ILO 216,000 216,000IOM 385,871 3,070,470 3,456,341UNDP 5,266,136 7,477,592 3,538,261 12,890,734 29,172,724UNECE 25,000 35,000 60,000UNEP 400,000 400,000UNESCO 550,000 550,000UNFPA 417,823 301,323 396,137 1,115,283UNHCR 400,000 2,100,000 60,000 2,560,000UNICEF 547,905 5,401,980 698,640 6,648,525UNIDO 125,000 125,000UNV 286,639 25,000 26,395 338,034UN WOMEN 184,500 227,000 411,500WHO 100,000 100,000 TOTAL $11,11 M $16,26 M $5,30 M $16,56 M $49,24 M
2012 Financial Overview Indicative Total Planned Budget per2012 Donor % Outcome for 2012 UN, EU, Swiss,Governance/ Lichenstein, Sweden, $11,11 M 21 %Local Development Netherlands, Norway, Austrian, BIH, UN UN, Netherlands,Social Inclusion Switzerland, EU, Spain, $16,26 M 33 % Turkey, BIH UN, Spain, GEF, Austria,Environment Finland, Sweden,Protection / Climate $5,30 M 11 % Slovenia, MP, EU, France,Change BiH UN, GFATM, EU, Spain,Justice / Human Denmark, Sweden, $16,56 M 34 %Security Switzerland, Norway, UK, USAID, NATO PfP State RS FBiHTOTAL $14,31 M $18,36 M $16,56 M $49,24 M 30 % 37 % 33 %
2012 Overview – Joint Programmes & Budgets 2012 JPs Annual Targets Institutional Partners BudgetMDG-F Culture • Adopt and integrate new methodology for cultural statistics • BiH Ministry of Civil Affairs$8 M + $0,20 M (BiH) • Promote new BiH Tourist and Culture Guide and new • RS Ministry of Culture/Educ.(2009-2011) BiH publication on medieval cities promoted $ 0,63 M • FBiH Ministry of Culture/Sp.UNDP/UNICEF/ UNESCO • Reconstruction of Mostar’s Spanish square • BiH Statistical Agencies • Launch of the publication ‘Learning to Live Together’MDG-F Environment • Implement 9 innovative pilot energy efficiency projects • BiH MOFTER$5,5 M + 0,34 M (BiH) • Develop 7 additional LEAPs and 25 LEAP-supoprted grants • RS Ministry of Spatial(2010-2012) • Finalize BiH State of the Environment Report Planning, Construction and $1,56 MUNDP/UNEP/FAO/ • Develop Management Plan for Abandoned Land EnvironmentUNESCO/UNV • Implement 2 Sustainable Energy Action Plans • FBiH Ministry of Environment and TourismMDG-F Youth & Jobs • Develop sustainability modalities for CISO centers; • BiH Ministry of Cvil Affairs$6,3 M + 0,16 M (BiH) • Provide certified IT and English language skills trainings for • RS Ministries of(2010-2012) 1,500 unemployed youth; Education/Employment $1,50 MUNDP/UNICEF/ • Modernize curriculum in 50 primary and 50 secondary schools • FBiH Ministries ofUNFPA/IOM/UNV • Strengthen capacities of state and entity actors in the field of Education/Employment migrations.MDG-F Water. • Water Supply Studies adopted by targeted municipal ities; • BiH MOFTER & Civil Affairs$4,6 M + 0,32 M (BiH) • Improved water supply services in 13 partner municipalities; • RS/FBiH MoAFWM $ 0,62 M(2010-2012) • 13 municipal Action Plans for Social Protection developed and • FBiH MoLSPUNICEF/UNDP adopted. • RS MoHSWDomestic Violence • Conduct state-wide GBV prevalence survey ; • BiH Gender Equality Agency$ 1,1 M • Develop Gender Based Violence database; • Entity Gender Centres(2010-2012) • Formalize Referral Mechanisms • RS Ministry of Interior $0,41 MUNFPA/UNDP • Disseminate research ‘s results on sexual harassment in the • FBiH Ministry of Interior private sector. • RS/FBiH Judicial and Prosecutorial Training Centres TOTAL $5,77 M
Criteria for allocation of programmes resources•National/Entity priority initiatives•UNDAF 5-year objectives and sector priorities as defined withgovernments in 2009 and agency programs•Reports, analysis and field research•Availability of UN or Donor resources for particular objectives andcountry entitlements (f.ex. GEF, Trust Funds, MDG-F);•Demand from authorities at all levels;•Ability of counterpart to absorb;•Regional initiatives where BIH participates.