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Mainstreaming development cooperation into country programme UNDP – Government of Poland Country Programme 2004-2005 Geo-political dimensions of development cooperation • Local cross-border (non-EU) • East – eastern neighbour (non-EU) • East – further east (CIS plus) • East- south Geo-political dimensions of development cooperation Why? • Both sides of new EU • Local cross-border (non- borders political priority EU) for Poland & EU • East – eastern neighbour • Ethnic ties (non-EU) Why UNDP? • UNDP cross-border mechanisms/networks • EU weak on cross-border Geo-political dimensions of development cooperation Why? • Share transition • East – further east experience (CIS plus) • Historical/cultural ties • Language niche • Build new EU capacity • East-south • Global solidarity • MDGs Country programme 2004-5 • Social inclusion through improved governance • Environment • Poland as development partner (= “emerging donor”) Mainstreaming in country programme • Local cross-border • Fully mainstreamed: (non-EU) every activity on Polish side has local cross- border component (e.g. local sustainable dev’t, police quality management, environment, HIV/AIDS, etc) • East – eastern • Partially mainstreamed: “TCNC” - CP activities neighbour (non-EU) from Poland to neighbours, as opportunities arise (e.g. ICT with Ukraine) Mainstreaming in country programme • Partially mainstreamed: • East – further east • Mainstreamed – i.e. content (CIS plus) focused on experience within current CP (e.g. environment with Mongolia) • Not mainstreamed - i.e. content experience outside current CP (e.g fiscal decentralisation) • East-south • No significant mainstreaming