Joint Programmes

 

To address complex development challenges, a joint programme may be established when it maximizes leverage, clarity on programmatic scope, donor interest, thresholds, preferred funding flow and accountability. UN joint programmes represent a set of contained activities set out in a common work plan with a common budget. They bring together 2 or more organizations working towards common results aligned with national priorities as reflected in the UNDAF.

In Cambodia, there are currently 4 joint programmes:

           To ensure the persons with disability in Cambodia have improved quality of life.

           To contribute support to the national HIV response through collective efforts and coordination of the UN in Cambodia

           to maximize its added value and impact for the people living with or affected by HIV in Cambodia.

  • Joint Programme on Nutrition (under formulation)

    To contribute to the reduction of stunting prevalence of children less than five years of age.