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					GOI-UNICEF
Country Program Action Plan
2011-2015
(CPAP)
                              1
CPAP: Purpose



   Highlights Country Program and establishes
    the commitments (esp. resources) of UNICEF
    and the Government




                                                 2
  CPAP: Process & Timeline
 Monitoring
and Analysis         Strategies and Planning             Implementation
                                                          Yr 1 2 3 4 5




   Sept –Oct   Dec Yr 4          June Yr5                Jan Yr 1
     Yr 3


      MTR,      UNPDF            CPD                      X         Final
      SMR                                                           UNPDF
                                                                    Eval.
                5-yr/or annual                     AWP
                     IMEP         JSM       CPAP         JSM

                     Results Matrix

                            UN Joint
                          Programming
                                                                       3
UNICEF‟s Program Results Levels
       Current             New Structure
     National Goals           National Goals



    UNDAF Outcomes           UNPDF Outcomes



      CP Outcomes         Programme Component
                              Results (PCRs)


       CP Outputs
                         Intermediate Results (IRs)


      AWP Targets



      Activity Planned       CPAP 2011-2015
        Results

     CPAP 2006-2010
     Definition - PCRs
   Expresses change at outcome
                                         1-3 per Program
    level to which UNICEF
                                          Component and usually
    contributes in partnership
                                          captured in the CPD
    with others for sustained
    realization of rights of
    children and women                   Full cycle
   Highest level, shared result
    with national partners - Often       Impact or outcome level
    at same level as, or contribute
    to UNDAF “Agency Outcomes”
                                         Should be SMART
    or “UNDAF Outcomes”
   Achieved collaboratively but
    significant UNICEF contribution      Should be clear
    to the outcome                        (understandable) and
                                          relevant
    Definition – IRs

   A results statement in a              Variable duration and can
    timeframe within the PCR that,
    together with other IRs,               start and end at any time.
    contributes to the achievement         Can be added & removed as
    of the respective PCR                  required (change in country
   Contributes to institutional or
                                           context), though NOT
    social-behavioural changes or
    the creation of products and           revised
    services, depending on country-       Coded to a single
    specific circumstances                 Organizational Target in MTSP
   Often, same as or contributes to
    the UNDAF “Agency Outcomes”           Should be SMART
    or “Agency Outputs                    Should demonstrate vertical
   High level of UNICEF                   logic (causality) with the PCR
    accountability to its                  and horizontal logic
    achievement and conveys the
    value UNICEF adds                      (appropriate sequencing) with
                                           other IRs
Definition – Milestones

   A „marker‟ at a specified point in time which outlines the
    expected progress towards the achievement of an IR
   Helps COs and counterparts to ensure that key steps in
    achieving IRs are being taken
   Helps monitor progress so that corrective action can be
    taken as required at strategic points in time
   No budget assigned to Milestones
   There will be no reporting in VISION on milestones
   Risk: COs might focus on Milestones rather than IRs -
    might become a lower results level – back where we started
    Advantages to Rolling and
    Multi-Year Workplan


   Three Streams…
      Lighter planning process

      More flexible programming

      Alignment to Government cycles
    Advantages to Rolling and Multi-
    Year Workplan
   Facilitates better govt planning and UNICEF influence
    on plans, since processes are synchronized
   Reduces time spent on UNICEF/UN/Government
    planning processes & releases staff time to support
    programs
   Increases the time for implementation (bridges the Q1
    implementation gap)
   Provides opportunity to be more strategic through
    longer-term planning & budgeting
   Improves RBM - greater clarity on how all activities
    over time lead up to/contribute to 5 year results
   Demonstrates commitment to Paris/Accra principles
CO Rolling Workplan 2011-2015




                    Mid-Term review
                                       IRs
             IRs                      4,5,6
            1,2,4
                                              IRs
     IRs                                      5,6
    1,2,3
    1,2,
     3
CPAP: Program Component
Results for CSD
   PCR 2.1 - By 2015, children and women, especially the
    most vulnerable, benefit from improved access to and
    delivery of quality basic services such as nutrition,
    water, sanitation and hygiene, prevention of mother-to-
    child transmission, health, including in emergencies

   PCR 2.2 - By 2015, families and communities will
    sustain positive behaviours resulting in improved
    health and wellbeing for children and women



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    CPAP: Intermediate Results IR
    for PCR 2.1         IR1
   By June 2013, technical            Maternal nutrition policy/strategy is drafted
                                        by 2012.
    assistance for the                 By 2011, Government Regulation on
    development of an                   Exclusive Breastfeeding is passed.
    appropriate policy and             High level inter-ministerial GOI Working
                                        Group on Code of Marketing of BMS is
    guidelines, including pro-          established by 2011 and Government
    poor strategies, as well as a       Regulation on Marketing of BMS is passed
                                        by 2013.
    monitoring system to follow
                                       Guidelines for Nutrition in Emergencies are
    up on their enforcement             finalized by 2011.
    contributes to the reduction       At least one GOI pro-poor scheme is revised
    of stunting from 1% from            to increase potential nutrition outcomes
                                        (PMPB in Aceh, CCT in Central Java, other)
    baseline.                           by end 2012.
                                       Nutrition component of curricula of
                                        Pediatricians and Nutritionists revised by
                                        2012.
                                       District budget increased by 20% from
                                        baseline on selected effective nutrition
                                        interventions.                             12
Related Government programs & targets:
   RPJMN – reduction of stunting from 37% to 32% by 2014



Strategies:
   Convening role of UNICEF: support to Menkokesra to establish the
    Inter-Ministerial Working Group on Code; advocacy to the National
    Parliament in partnership with IFPPD and Women‟s Caucus on
    Breastfeeding Legislation; co-chairing of the National Nutrition Forum;
    technical discussion as Co-chair of the Food & Nutrition Emergency
    Cluster; member of UN Food Security Theme Group
   Partnerships: MOH (Directorate Nutrition), IFPPD, WHO, PERGASI,
    Sentral Laktasi, Universities/Research Institutions
   Modeling: model of nutrition oriented pro-poor financial scheme
   Knowledge Management: cross-fertilization of provinces/districts‟
    experience on implementation of good practices in Nutrition, sharing
    of international evidence/documents
   Capacity building: legal expertise on Code
A focused-approach for results for children
    Strategic                                    Priorities
    approach
                    Reducing vulnerability   Improving quality   Reducing disparities
                                             service delivery
Pro-poor growth

Making
decentralization
work for children

Making
expenditures
work for children

Emergency
preparedness and
response

                     Strong link                Contributing factor
    CPAP: Intermediate Results IR
    for PCR 2.1         IR2
                                  By end 2011, barriers to accessing quality
   By June 2013, the              MNCH services are identified, including care
    Government of                  seeking behaviour, systemic bottlenecks,
                                   through equity analysis and investment case
    Indonesia is supported         implementation.
    in developing pro-equity      By 2012, evidence from a sub-national model
    policies and strategies,       of delivery of a package of child survival
    that contribute to an          interventions in hard-to-reach areas feeds
                                   into the formulation of the Child Survival
    increase in the coverage       Strategy.
    of management of              By June 2013, innovative interventions
    maternal live-                 modeled in 10 focus districts through
                                   implementation of REACH and ACHIEVE
    threatening                    projects provided evidence-based solutions to
    conditions by 20% and          reduce disparities in access and use of quality
    reduction of child             services.
    mortality by 5% from          Comprehensive and integrated strategy and
                                   operational guidelines on PMTCT and PMTCT
    baseline.                      Plus are developed by 2012.

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Related Government programs & targets:
   RPJMN: MMR reduced to 118/100,000 LB; IMR reduced to
    24/1,000 LB; NNMR reduced to 15/1,000 LB


Strategies:
   Convening role of UNICEF: monthly meetings of H4, co-chairing of
    National Steering Committee of Investment Case, PMTCT Task
    Force, Working Group on Child Survival Policy
   Partnerships: MOH (Directorates Maternal & Child Health), WHO,
    UNFPA, WB, JHpiego, CSOs, Professional Organizations (IBI, IDAI,
    POGI, IDI), Universities/Research Institutions
   Modeling: district health system management, service delivery of
    child survival interventions, referral systems
   Knowledge Management: cross-fertilization of provinces/districts‟
    experience on implementation of good practices in MNCH, sharing
    of international evidence/documents
   Capacity building: on monitoring, supportive supervision and
    evaluation, quality service delivery
   Advocacy: for MNCH budget allocation at district and provincial
    levels
A focused-approach for results for children
    Strategic                                    Priorities
    approach
                    Reducing vulnerability   Improving quality   Reducing disparities
                                             service delivery
Pro-poor growth

Making
decentralization
work for children

Making
expenditures
work for children

Emergency
preparedness and
response


                     Strong link              Contributing factor
    CPAP: Intermediate Results IR
    for PCR 2.1         IR3
                                  By end of 2011, MNT Elimination is
   By June 2013, through          validated in entire country
    partnership with UNICEF,      By end of 2011, a Measles Elimination
    the Government of              Strategy is designed and budgeted for by
    Indonesia has achieved the     MOH
                                   Strategies and sustainability plan to
    three international goals 
                                   accelerate routine immunization and
    of Polio Eradication,          BIAS are in place and monitored in 15
    Elimination of Measles and     provinces of Java and Sumatra by end
    MNT, with 85% children         2011 and 8 more in Kalimantan and
                                   Sulawesi by end 2012
    fully immunized and
                                   By end 2011, the model of Sustained
    elimination/reduction of   
                                   Outreach Services in 5 districts of
    gap between richest and        Maluku, North Maluku and NTT is
    poorest quintiles.             evaluated, documented and disseminated
                                   as an effective strategy to reach the un-
                                   reached.


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Related Government programs & targets:
   Indonesia comprehensive Multi-Year Plan 2010-2014
   GAIN UCI 2010-2014: 90% children fully immunized in 100% of
    all villages by 2015


Strategies:
   Partnerships: MOH (Directorate EPI and Surveillance), WHO,
    GAVI, USAID, GFATM, Universities/Research Institutions
   Modeling: model of SOS evaluated and documented
   Knowledge Management: cross-fertilization of provinces/districts‟
    experience on implementation of good practices in Immunization,
    sharing of international evidence/documents
   Capacity building: MOH staff in cold chain management and
    vaccine management
   Advocacy: for increased budget allocation for EPI
A focused-approach for results for children
    Strategic                                    Priorities
    approach
                    Reducing vulnerability   Improving quality   Reducing disparities
                                             service delivery
Pro-poor growth

Making
decentralization
work for children

Making
expenditures
work for children

Emergency
preparedness and
response


                     Strong link                Contributing factor
    CPAP: Intermediate Results IR
    for PCR 2.1         IR4
                                     By 2013, malaria elimination is validated
   By June 2013, 60% of              by the National Malaria Elimination Pokja,
                                      as per WHO criteria, in at least one district
    pregnant women and                in Aceh and in DKI Jakarta and Bali
    children in high malaria          provinces.
    endemic villages are             By 2013, 60% (as reported by national
                                      surveys) of people living in malaria
    protected from malaria            endemic areas have access to modern
    through a strengthened            malaria diagnosis and treatment, as per
                                      national policy.
    health system, evidence          By 20113, at least one model of
    based policies, supportive        programmatic integration of malaria with
                                      ANC and EPI has been evaluated and
    legislation, and budget           documented.
    allocations, as appropriate      By 2013, ten publications in international
    for local circumstances of        journals relevant to malaria control policy
                                      in Indonesia have been produced by
    malaria transmission.             Indonesian researchers in collaboration
                                      with the Indonesian National Malaria
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                                      Control Program.
Related Government programs & targets:
   Ministerial Decree on Malaria Elimination
    293/MENKES/SK/IV/2009

Strategies:
   Partnerships: MOH (Directorate Disease Control &
    Environmental Health), WHO, GFATM, RBM Partnership,
    Universities/ Research Institutions, APMEN, ASEAN
   Modeling: models of malaria/EPI/ANC integration and
    malaria elimination
   Knowledge Management: cross-fertilization of
    provinces/districts‟ experience on implementation of good
    practices in Malaria, sharing of international
    evidence/documents
   Capacity building: support to a network of national and
    international research institutions
   Advocacy: for increased budget allocation for malaria
A focused-approach for results for children
    Strategic                                    Priorities
    approach
                    Reducing vulnerability   Improving quality   Reducing disparities
                                             service delivery
Pro-poor growth

Making
decentralization
work for children

Making
expenditures
work for children

Emergency
preparedness and
response

                    Strong link              Contributing factor
    CPAP: Intermediate Results IR
    for PCR 2.1         IR5
   By June 2013, an              By April 2013, the WASH component of the
    additional 25% (from           UKS Program is revised based evidence from
    baseline) of women and         school sanitation models in 10 districts.
                                   By Sept. 2012, a model for improved access
    children of the lowest     
                                   to water, sanitation and waste management
    quintiles benefit from a       in urban slums will be integrated in national
    sustainable access to          programs (USDP, PPSP) and municipal plans
    WASH services,                 of Jayapura, Makassar, Kupang, and Jakarta.
    through strengthened          By mid-2012, a strategy for the integration of
                                   WASH interventions in health facilities will be
    decentralized system           developed to contribute to MMR reduction.
    and increased budget          By 2011, evidence has been built on the
    allocations for regular        impact on children of climate change related
    and emergency                  hazards.
    programs.                     By June 2012, the STBM national policy will
                                   be reinforced with a sanitation marketing
                                   component based on sub-national modeling.
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Related Government programs & targets:
    National Policy for the Development of Community-based Water
     Supply and Environmental Sanitation
    RPJMN: Household access to drinking water to 67 % of total
     population by the end of 2014; national wide open defecation
     free (ODF) by the end of 2014 (and basic sanitation to 75%);
     access to solid waste management system for 80% urban
     households by 2014; Percentage of water that meets with the
     water quality standard 85% to 100%

Strategies:
   Partnerships: AMPL Pokjas, BAPPENAS, PU, MOH, WB, ADB, NGOs,
    Universities
   Modeling: integration of WASH in urban slums, integration of
    WASH in health facilities, involvement of local private sector in
    sanitation marketing.
   Knowledge Management: cross-fertilization of provinces/districts‟
    experience on implementation of good practices in WASH, sharing
    of international evidence/documents
   Capacity building: institutional development (sector planning,
    budgeting, monitoring), CLTS/STBM
   Advocacy: WASH and its contribution to other MDGs
A focused-approach for results for children
     Strategic                                    Priorities
     approach
                     Reducing vulnerability   Improving quality   Reducing disparities
                                              service delivery
 Pro-poor growth

 Making
 decentralization
 work for children

 Making
 expenditures
 work for children

 Emergency
 preparedness and
 response


                     Strong link               Contributing factor
  CPAP: Intermediate Results IR
  for PCR 2.2         IR1
                                  By end 2011, guidelines are developed
By June 2013, an additional        on key behavior change processes
  25% of vulnerable families       (infant feeding practice, maternal
  and communities in               nutrition, bed nets, hand washing, open
  selected areas are               defecation free)
  practicing appropriate key      By June 2012, a strategy for
                                   partnership aiming to reach
  behavior changes on Infant       communities through different means
  and Young Child Feeding,         (media or participatory processes)
  Maternal Health and              developed.
  Nutrition, Community Led        By end 2012, all community members
  Total Sanitation                 in selected poorest areas are actively
                                   participating in planning, decision
  contributing to improved         making, monitoring, evaluation of key
  health and wellbeing of          behavior changes.
  children and women.             By 2013, local governments include /
                                   behavior change as a key component in
                                   their planning, budgeting and
                                   monitoring.                           27
Related Government programs & targets:
   RPJMN



Strategies:
   Partnerships: MOH, Parliaments, media, local
    Governments, Civil Society, NGOs, Universities,
    FBOs, private sector
   Knowledge Management: dissemination of good
    practices/lessons learnt
   Capacity building: of local institutions in C4D
   Advocacy: key stakeholders
A focused-approach for results for children
    Strategic                                    Priorities
    approach
                    Reducing vulnerability   Improving quality   Reducing disparities
                                             service delivery
Pro-poor growth

Making
decentralization
work for children

Making
expenditures
work for children

Emergency
preparedness and
response


                     Strong link                Contributing factor
Thank you




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