One Budget

An annual Common Budgetary Frameworkis an annualized version of the medium-term Common Budgetary Framework, with more details, based on the consolidated biennial Joint Work Plans developed by the Outcome Groups. It is a picture of annual financial resources required, available and projected to be available and mobilized for delivery of outputs (and activities, when applicable) defined in the Joint Work Plans.

The annual Common Budgetary Framework is part and parcel of the consolidated Joint Work Plans. The annual and medium-term Common Budgetary Framework complement each other. The medium-term CBF, included in the Programme of Cooperation for Sustainable Development 2017-2021, provides estimated costs over a five year period. The annual Common Budgetary Framework contains a more accurate projection of annual financial resource requirements, funding availability and funding gaps, based on the most up-to-date financial information from UN organizations and process in resource mobilization of the UN system.

For purposes of the Common Budgetary Framework within the One Programme, the resource categories are defined as below.These relate to funds, programmes, specialized agencies, and resident and non-resident agencies.

Core/regular/assessed funding are those resources that are allocated without restrictions. Their use and application are directly linked to the UN entities’ multilateral mandates and strategic plans that are approved by the respective governing bodies as part of an established intergovernmental process.

Non-core/other/extra-budgetary resources are mostly earmarked and thus restricted in their use and application. They are normally earmarked to a specific theme or geographical area, or to a specific project. These resources can originate from the country level or be allocated from headquarters or regional levels and include resources received from global funds and vertical funds.

To be mobilized (funding gap):This is the difference between resources already secured and firmly committed and the required resources to implement the Programme of Cooperation for Sustainable Development 2017-2021. A realistic funding gap forms the basis for joint or coordinated resource mobilization efforts.

The One UN Coherence Fund is the main funding mechanism for the Programme.  As a common pool of resources, it allows the UN to direct funds to the highest priorities of the Programme of Cooperation  as determined by the Government and the United Nations. This allows the UN to remain a strategic and focused partner, moving away from projects driven mainly by funding availability. UNDP carries out financial administration of the One UN Coherence Fund as the administrative agent.

Common Budgetary Framework 2017-2021
Full implementation of the PoCSD 2017-2021 will require an estimated total of USD $ 108 million. This includes USD $15 million from regular or core resources and USD $22 million from other or non-core resources. The total estimated funding gap is USD $70 million. This will need to be mobilised over the period of the Programme of Cooperation for Sustainable Development. The overall resource requirements are summarised below:

Table: Resource Requirements by Outcome in the Programme of Cooperation for Sustainable Development (2017-2021)

 

Priorities and Outcomes

Common Budgetary Framework Indicative Budget (USD)

UN Agencies

Core/Regular Resources (Secured)

Non-core/Other/extra budgetary Resources (Secured)

Resources to be Mobilised
(funding gap)

Total

I. Governance and rule of law

Outcome 1
 State and civil society organisations perform effectively and with accountability for consolidated democracy in line with international norms and standards

UNDP

415,000.00

-

10,800,000.00

11,215,000.00

UNICEF

1,800,000.00

-

3,000,000.00

4,800,000.00

UNFPA

1,500,000.00

 

500,000.00

2,000,000.00

UNWOMEN

350,000.00

1,900,000.00

2,900,000.00

5,150,000.00

UNESCO

25,000.00

110,000.00

150,000.00

285,000.00

UNODC

 

133,000.00

1,200,000.00

1,333,000.00

UNHCR

750,000.00

   

750,000.00

UNECE

   

50,000.00

50,000.00

IOM

 

650,000.00

1,500,000.00

2,150,000.00

UNCTAD

 

1,500,000.00

3,500,000.00

5,000,000.00

Total Outcome 1

4,840,000.00

4,293,000.00

23,600,000.00

32,733,000.00

II. Social cohesion: Health, education, social protection, and child protection

Outcome 2 – Social Cohesion
All women, men, girls and boys, especially those from marginalized and vulnerable groups, are exercising their entitlements to equitable quality services, in line with human rights; and more effective and efficient investments in human and financial resources are being made at central and local levels to ensure social inclusion and cohesion.

UNDP

415,000.00

3,900,000.00

8,000,000.00

12,315,000.00

UNESCO

10,000.00

10,000.00

525,000.00

545,000.00

UNFPA

1,000,000.00

 

500,000.00

1,500,000.00

UNHCR

     

-

UNICEF

2,300,000.00

500,000.00

7,500,000.00

10,300,000.00

UNWOMEN

150,000.00

500,000.00

500,000.00

1,150,000.00

IAEA

800,000.00

700,000.00

 

1,500,000.00

UNAIDS

100,000.00

 

250,000.00

350,000.00

IOM

 

350,000.00

350,000.00

700,000.00

WHO

2,200,000.00

   

2,200,000.00

Total Outcome 2

6,975,000.00

5,960,000.00

17,625,000.00

30,560,000.00

III. Economic growth, labour, and agriculture

Outcome 3
Economic growth priorities, policies, and programs of the GoA are inclusive, sustainable, and gender-responsive, with greater focus on competitiveness, decent jobs and rural development

UNDP

415,000.00

972,000.00

5,000,000.00

6,387,000.00

FAO

800,000.00

900,000.00

2,700,000.00

4,400,000.00

ILO

450,000.00

 

450,000.00

900,000.00

UNESCO

35,000.00

10,000.00

700,000.00

745,000.00

UNCTAD

 

500,000.00

1,000,000.00

1,500,000.00

UNECE

   

100,000.00

100,000.00

UNWOMEN

100,000.00

 

600,000.00

700,000.00

IOM

 

200,000.00

1,000,000.00

1,200,000.00

IAEA

150,000.00

   

150,000.00

Total Outcome 3

1,950,000.00

2,582,000.00

11,550,000.00

16,082,000.00

IV. Environment and climate change

Outcome 4
Government and non-government actors adopt and implement innovative, gender-sensitive national and local actions for environmental sustainability, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and disaster risk reduction

UNDP

505,000.00

7,212,481.00

2,366,000.00

10,083,481.00

FAO

550,000.00

160,000.00

6,750,000.00

7,460,000.00

UNESCO

125,000.00

80,000.00

1,500,000.00

1,705,000.00

UNEP

 

2,300,000.00

6,000,000.00

8,300,000.00

IAEA

150,000.00

   

150,000.00

UNICEF

245,000.00

 

1,000,000.00

1,245,000.00

UNIDO

     

-

UNECE

   

600,000.00

600,000.00

Total Outcome 4

1,575,000.00

9,752,481.00

18,216,000.00

29,543,481.00

TOTAL Indicative Budget 2017-2021

15,340,000.00

22,587,481.00

70,991,000.00

108,918,481.00