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Output 1: Assuring an accountable organization through principled performance

UN Women is an accountable and trustworthy development organization that manages its financial and other resources with integrity and in line with its programmatic ambitions and fiduciary obligations.

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Commitment to Accountability

Location Mozambique

The UN Women Mozambique Country Office worked to ensure timely implementation of the new Enterprise Resource Planning platform which the team believed would be a major contributor to this output on accountability. The Country Office further worked to support the partners' audit preparation and as a result, all partners audited received a good audit report affirming the Country Office's commitment to accountability. The Country Office further implemented the measures outlined in the Risk Register ensuring the safety and security of the teams while also ensuring compliance with the business continuity plan and crisis management to ensure timely response in the event of any crisis.

UN Women Champions Transparency and Collaboration at the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI)

UN Women solidified its leadership role in global gender equality initiatives at the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) Members’ Assembly, held from March 13-16, 2023. This gathering was a platform for UN Women to demonstrate its dedication to transparency and effective aid, engaging with a diverse group of 179 global leaders from governments, UN agencies, civil society organizations, and the private sector. 

A highlight of the assembly was UN Women’s strategic partnership with influential organizations like The Canadian Partnership for Women and Children's Health (CanWaCh) and Ajah. Co-leading sessions that centered on data-driven approaches to gender equality, UN Women was pivotal in promoting the importance of integrating user feedback into data platforms. This focus on learning from data users is critical for tailoring interventions that target gender-specific outcomes effectively.

Moreover, UN Women leveraged this global stage to elevate the profile of its Transparency Portal. This vital tool for data access became a focal point at the assembly, attracting nearly 2,000 visits during the event week. The significant increase in user engagement not only highlighted the portal’s value as a resource but also underscored UN Women’s commitment to using transparent, data-driven strategies to further gender equality worldwide.

Through these endeavors, UN Women not only shared insights and tools but also reinforced its role as a leader in driving forward the global agenda for gender equality through innovative and transparent practices.

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Mozambique: Commitment to accountability

Location Mozambique

The UN Women Mozambique Country Office worked to ensure timely implementation of the new Enterprise Resource Planning platform which the team believed would be a major contributor to this output on accountability. The Country Office further worked to support the partners' audit preparation and as a result, all partners audited received a good audit report affirming the Country Office's commitment to accountability. The Country Office further implemented the measures outlined in the Risk Register ensuring the safety and security of the teams while also ensuring compliance with the business continuity plan and crisis management to ensure timely response in the event of any crisis.

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Championing transparency through IATI

UN Women solidified its leadership role in global gender equality initiatives at the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) Members’ Assembly, held from March 13-16, 2023. This gathering was a platform for UN Women to demonstrate its dedication to transparency and effective aid, engaging with a diverse group of 179 global leaders from governments, UN agencies, civil society organizations, and the private sector. 

A highlight of the assembly was UN Women’s strategic partnership with influential organizations like The Canadian Partnership for Women and Children's Health (CanWaCh) and Ajah. Co-leading sessions that centered on data-driven approaches to gender equality, UN Women was pivotal in promoting the importance of integrating user feedback into data platforms. This focus on learning from data users is critical for tailoring interventions that target gender-specific outcomes effectively.

Moreover, UN Women leveraged this global stage to elevate the profile of its Transparency Portal. This vital tool for data access became a focal point at the assembly, attracting nearly 2,000 visits during the event week. The significant increase in user engagement not only highlighted the portal’s value as a resource but also underscored UN Women’s commitment to using transparent, data-driven strategies to further gender equality worldwide.

Through these endeavors, UN Women not only shared insights and tools but also reinforced its role as a leader in driving forward the global agenda for gender equality through innovative and transparent practices.

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Key achievements

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was implemented

by UN Women between 2022 and 2023, all directly linked toward the achievement of results for women and girls

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growth in regular resources

received in 2023, outpacing growth in other resources (1.7 per cent) for the second time since 2014

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unqualified audit opinion

received from the United Nations Board of Auditors in 2023. Similar to 2022, UN Women in 2023 met both milestones for internal and external audit recommendations, as well as the performance of its enterprise risk policy and framework; demonstrating UN Women’s financial stewardship and operational maturity

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Organizational Output indicators in 2023

SP_O_1A
Implementation rate for regular resources (Desk Review)
Achievement against 2023 milestone
106%
2023 Result (annual) 92.8%
2021
Baseline
93.8% 93.8%
2022
Milestone
87.5% 87.5%
Result
97.1% 97.1%
2023
Milestone
87.5% 87.5%
Result
92.8% 92.8%
Preliminary data as of 8 April 2024. Once final data is available, it will be published here.
2024
Milestone
87.5% 87.5%
Result
- -
2025
Target
87.5% 87.5%
Result
- -
SP_O_1B
Implementation rate for other resources (Desk Review)
Achievement against 2023 milestone
101%
2023 Result (annual) 86%
2021
Baseline
87.7% 87.7%
2022
Milestone
85% 85%
Result
86% 86%
2023
Milestone
85% 85%
Result
86% 86%
Preliminary data as of 8 April 2024. Once final data is available, it will be published here.
2024
Milestone
85% 85%
Result
- -
2025
Target
85% 85%
Result
- -
SP_O_1C
International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) publishing statistics score (Desk Review)
QCPR 5.4.1
Achievement against 2023 milestone
90%
2023 Result (annual) 82
2021
Baseline
87 87
2022
Milestone
89 89
Result
85 85
2023
Milestone
91 91
Result
82 82
2024
Milestone
92 92
Result
- -
2025
Target
93 93
Result
- -
SP_O_1D
Percentage of risk units meeting Enterprise Risk Management policy and framework requirements (Desk Review)
Achievement against 2023 milestone
102%
2023 Result (annual) 92%
2021
Baseline
97% 97%
2022
Milestone
90% 90%
Result
87% 87%
2023
Milestone
90% 90%
Result
92% 92%
2024
Milestone
95% 95%
Result
- -
2025
Target
95% 95%
Result
- -
SP_O_1E
A) Percentage of agreed long outstanding internal audit recommendations; B) Percentage of agreed long outstanding external audit recommendations management need to complete action (Desk Review)
No aggregate value
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Baseline
- -
SP_O_1F
Percentage of offices compliant with a) Business continuity plans and processes; b) Occupational Safety and Health requirements; c) UNSMS Security policies (Desk Review)
Achievement against 2023 milestone
97%
2023 Result (annual) 96.7%
2021
Baseline
96.6% 96.6%
2022
Milestone
100% 100%
Result
96.8% 96.8%
2023
Milestone
100% 100%
Result
96.7% 96.7%
2024
Milestone
100% 100%
Result
- -
2025
Target
100% 100%
Result
- -
SP_O_1G
Number of data standards being implemented from the UN Financial Data Cube (Desk Review)
QCPR 4.4.2
Achievement against 2023 milestone
100%
2023 Result (annual) 6
2021
Baseline
6 6
2022
Milestone
6 6
Result
6 6
2023
Milestone
6 6
Result
6 6
2024
Milestone
6 6
Result
- -
2025
Target
6 6
Result
- -
SP_O_1H

UN Women was in delay on developing the policy and procedure on environmental and social standards, in line with the model approach but tailored to UN Women’s mandate, which was promulgated close to year-end 2023. Good performance is expected for 2024, 2025.

Percentage of country offices applying environmental and social standards in UN Women programmes in line with United Nations standards (Desk Review)
QCPR 2.3.4
2023 Result (annual) -
2021
Baseline
- -
2022
Milestone
35% 35%
Result
- -
UN Women was in delay on developing the policy and procedure on environmental and social standards, in line with the model approach but tailored to UN Women’s mandate, which was promulgated close to year-end 2023.
2023
Milestone
40% 40%
Result
- -
UN Women was in delay on developing the policy and procedure on environmental and social standards, in line with the model approach but tailored to UN Women’s mandate, which was promulgated close to year-end 2023. Good performance is expected for 2024, 2025.
2024
Milestone
50% 50%
Result
- -
2025
Target
80% 80%
Result
- -
SP_O_1I
Percentage of UN-SWAP minimum standards met or exceeded (Desk Review)
QCPR 1.4.13
Achievement against 2023 milestone
114%
2023 Result (annual) 100%
2021
Baseline
94% 94%
2022
Milestone
88% 88%
Result
94% 94%
2023
Milestone
88% 88%
Result
100% 100%
2024
Milestone
88% 88%
Result
- -
2025
Target
88% 88%
Result
- -
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Disclaimer and notes
The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.
References to Kosovo shall be understood to be in the context of United Nations Security Council resolution 1244 (1999).
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