Results Groups discussed the working plan for 2017 within the UN Partnership Framework for Development for 2016-2020.

Ashgabat. 19 April 2017 – Members of five joint Results Groups formed under Turkmenistan-United Nations Partnership Framework for Development 2016-2020 (PFD), have finalised the discussion of the Monitoring and Evaluation Plans (M&E Plan) and developed a Monitoring and Evaluation Calendars up to 2020 during the first round of meetings from April 4-18, 2017.

The experts from line ministries and UN discussed missing information on indictors for measuring progress on PFD and finalisation of M&E Plans. The unified M&E calendar till 2020 was discussed and developed.

It was agreed the next Result Group meetings will be held in the second half of the current year to report on the progress for the year 2016 and a half of 2017. Following the results of the second meeting, a Country Results Report will be prepared.

In addition, at the end of the year a meeting of the National Steering and Coordinating Committee at the level of deputy ministers is planned, where the main changes in the PFD indicators and progress reports will be presented.

The participants of the group were informed on the upcoming M & E capacity building mission planned for November 2017. This workshop will focus on capacity building in the development of indicators and interim results.

For more information, please contact

Sofiya Yuvshanova

Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist

Email to: sofiya.yuvshanova@undp.org

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