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UNDP INDIA CPAP MONITORING & EVALUATION FRAMEWORK

Version 10-02-2009

POVERTY REDUCTION
Objectives Indicator(s) Baseline(s) Target(s) Means of Verification Timing UNDAF Outcome 1: By 2012, dis arities red!ced and o ort!nities en"anced for disadvantaged gro! s, es ecially #omen and girls, for t"e ac"ievement of M$% related 11 t" &lan %oals, t"ro!g" strengt"ened olicy frame#or' and im lementation ca acity of large scale state and national rogrammes (monitored through UNDAF) UNDAF Country Programme Outcome 1.1.: (trengt"ened design and im lementation of national rogrammes and olicies on overty red!ction for disadvantaged regions and gro! s, es ecially #omen and girls (monitored through UNDAF) UNDP Country Programme Outcome 1.1. 1 (200*) * (2012) (tate &lanning ,nn!ally )!mber of state level liveli"ood romotion strategies $e artment re orts form!lated for disadvantaged gro! s and regions in * Improved effectiveness of poverty +)$,- (tates. reduction and liveli ood promotion 0 (200*) * (2012) (tate &lanning ,nn!ally )o. of state/level overty red!ction sc"emes and programmes in disadvantaged regions and $e artment re orts rogrammes #"ic" reorient t"eir b!dgetary allocations in for vulnera!le groups1" especially #omen favo!r of liveli"ood romotion for disadvantaged gro! s in * +)$,- (tates To be establis"ed To be set after (tate -inance ,nn!ally 0 of financial service roviders (ban'ing or non/ban'ing) baseline "as been $e artment ,nn!al delivering financial services and rod!cts targeting establis"ed 1e orts v!lnerable gro! s in * +)$,- (tates CPAP Output 1.1.1. 3 (200*) 12 (2012) (tate liveli"ood ,nn!ally )o. of state/level liveli"ood romotion strategies s! orted mission rogress by +)$& in at least 2 +)$,- states demonstrating Disadvantaged people $poor #omen and re orts incl!sion of most disadvantaged gro! s in r!ral and !rban men from %C and %& groups" minorities areas. and t e displaced' in at least four UNDAF 2 (200*) 5 (2012) (tate liveli"ood ,nn!ally )o. of &!blic &rivate 4omm!nity &artners"i ilots states !enefit from national poverty mission rogress s! orted by +)$& at t"e district level programmes and liveli ood strategies re orts t roug en anced pu!lic e(penditure" 1 (200*) 2 (2012) (tate liveli"ood ,nn!ally )!mber of national and state overty red!ction rogrammes private sector engagement and !etter mission rogress or sc"emes t"at "ave ada ted t"eir M67 tools to trac' delivery mec anisms re orts (&&4& incl!sion of disadvantaged gro! s com onent) 2 (200*) 10 (2012) 1e orts of select ,nn!ally )o. of iss!e a ers and best ractice doc!ments generated national overty #it" +)$& s! ort to infl!ence olicy and rogrammes on red!ction rogrammes liveli"oods CPAP Output $1.1.).' 0 (200*) 10 (2012) 1e orts of +)$& ,nn!ally(2008 )o. of innovative financial rod!cts iloted to romote artners iloting on#ards) liveli"oods or to red!ce ris's in selected +)$,- states *etter access to financial products and financial rod!cts and services to reduce t eir ris+s and en ance services liveli oods in at least t#o states for t e 0 (200*) 10,000 (2012) +)$&/commissioned 7very t#o )o. of "o!se"olds #"o are informed of available financial poor" especially #omen and men from %C 4omm!nication years9 2010 rod!cts and services, ricing and terms and conditions in and %& groups" minorities and t e 7ffectiveness (!rvey and 2012 selected +)$,- states displaced. 2 (2005) : (2012) +)$& s! orted ,nn!ally )o. of 'no#ledge rod!cts on better access to financial 4ons!ltation 1e orts services #it" major actors of t"e financial services sector s! orted by +)$& To be establis"ed To be establis"ed +)$&/commissioned ,nn!ally(2010 ,verage rating of client satisfaction #it" : iloted financial t"ro!g" Baseline (!rvey after Baseline client satisfaction on#ards) rod!cts and services on a scale of 0/: (!rvey s!rvey CPAP Output $1.1.,.' To be establis"ed To be establis"ed &artner2 satisfaction ,nn!ally ,verage level of satisfaction among +)$& artners #it" s!rveys !nderta'en by (2008 +)$& action researc";'no#ledge rod!cts rod!cing ne# t"ro!g" Baseline (!rvey after Baseline -iveli ood and .icrofinance policies and (!rvey +)$& on#ards) 'no#ledge on a scale of 0/:

Women and disadvantaged women and men from Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, or persons who are disabled, elderly, migrants, HIV positive or belonging to minority groups.
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&artners / 4entral and (tate %overnments, donors, )%Os and sector e< erts

Objectives programmes revie#ed and informed !y lessons from t e researc activities and successful innovations #it in India and internationally" as part of a /oint UN approac .

Indicator(s) )o. of 'no#ledge rod!cts related to liveli"ood romotion iss!ed on (ol!tion 7<c"ange / =or' and 7m loyment and Microfinance / 4omm!nities )o. of iss!e a ers and best ractice doc!ments generated #it" +)$& s! ort to infl!ence olicy and rogrammes on liveli"oods

Baseline(s) 52 (7m :3, M- 28) (till 200*) 2 (200*)

Target(s) 220 (7m 1:0, M150) (2012) 20 (2012)

Means of Verification (ol!tion 7<c"ange >!arterly re orts +)$& @ist of &!blications

Timing ?!arterly

,nn!ally (2008 on#ards)

DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE
b!ectives Indicator"s# $aseline"s# Target"s# %eans of Verification Timing UNDAF Outco e 2! $y &'(&, accountable and responsive local government systems, in rural and urban areas, are in place in selected districts)cities "within priority states# which promote e*uitable and sustainable development to achieve %+,s)local development goals with special attention to the needs of disadvantaged groups, especially women and girls. "monitored through UNDAF) UNDAF Outco e "! $y &'(&, ((th -lan Targets related to the %+,s are on trac. in at least one district in each of the / priority states "monitored through UNDAF) UNDAF Countr# Outco e $2%1% & 2%2%!' &.(. 0lected officials effectively represent the needs of marginali1ed groups and women (monitored through UNDAF) &.&. -ublic 2dministration at district, bloc. and village levels made more effective to plan, manage and deliver public services, and be more accountable to the marginali1ed groups and women (monitored through UNDAF) UNDP Countr# Pro(r) e Outco e 6 increase in fund utili1ation on social To be To be +istrict reports $aseline8&''7 sector schemes in 34+25 focus districts established established 9 0nd:&'(& 2%1%! in &''7 Capacities of elected representatives 6 of sample district plans from 34+25 To be To be +istrict level $aseline8&''7 and State and district officials in the state that comply with -lanning established established monitoring 9 0nd:&'(& 34+25 focus states)districts Commission guidelines on district planning in &''7 system enhanced to perform their roles measured against selected criteria effectively in local governance ; of governance report cards or social To be To be +istrict level $aseline8&''7 audits prepared) conducted with established established monitoring 9 0nd:&'(& participation of disadvantaged sections< in in &''7 system 34+25 focus districts. Out*ut 2%1%1% ; of 34+25 states that have issued district ' "&''/# / "&'(&# State +istrict &'(' planning guidelines and manuals by -lanning 0lected representatives at all three adapting -lanning Commission guidelines ,uidelines levels, members of +istrict -lanning to state8specific conditions Committees and local functionaries understanding and performing their 6 of +istricts -lans of 34+25 focus districts To be To be >eport of $aseline &''7 role in formulation, e=ecution and that reflect increased allocation for established established 2ssessment 0nd:&'(& monitoring of participatory disadvantaged groups in 34+25 focus through against the integrated local development plans districts as assessed through a selected sample study selected and budgets, which ensure the methodology "e.g. social e*uity audit#. in &''7 methodology inclusion of poor women and men 4umber of new +istrict Human ' "&''/# <' "&'(&# +H+>s 2nnually from the SC and ST groups and from +evelopment >eports prepared in pro!ect minorities districts in 34+25 states Out*ut 2%1%2% ; of 34+25 State training institutions To be / "&'(&# SI>+ and 2TI 2nnually from whose training programmes include collected Training &'(' Institutions and mechanisms modules on human development oriented Calendars, strengthened to enhance capacities planning, +isaster preparedness, HIV, Training 2genda of elected representatives and 0nvironment "e.g. natural resource and 2nnual functionaries for human management# and ,ender8based violence# >eports development oriented inclusive planning, implementation, and ; of 34+25 State SI>+s which have ' "&''/# / "&'(&# SI>+ annual 2nnually from improved accountability in local trac.ing mechanisms in place to monitor reports &'(' governance. the impact of training interventions.
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All women, disadvantaged women and men from SC, ST, minority groups, PLHI , elderly and disa!led

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b!ectives Out*ut 2%1%" 0nhanced capacity of ,oI "central and state level# to ta.e informed decision and coordination of e=ternally aided pro!ects through established Coordination ? +ecision Support System "C+SS# on e=ternal assistance Out*ut 2%1%+% 0nhanced capacity of government to implement and monitor 4>0,2 in an effective manner, and of communities to demand wor. and plan for creation of productive assets.

Indicator"s# ; of 0=ternally 2ided -ro!ects which are included in the Coordination ? +ecision Support System as defined by ,overnment of India ; of +onors providing official verseas +evelopment 2ssistance whose data is included into the C+SS 4o. of Central Aine %inistries covered under C+SS ; of 34+- supported Training %odules completed on 4>0,S implementation ; of 34+- supported 2ssessment studies completed on 4>0,S implementation ; of Bnowledge and Communication products facilitated by Technical cell that support implementation of in 4>0,S . ; of Bnowledge products on 4>0,2 Bnowledge 4etwor..

$aseline"s# /' "&''/#

Target"s# <@' "&'(&#

%eans of Verification C222 >eports

Timing 2nnually

(' "&''/#

< "&''/# To be collected To be collected & "&''/# $aseline to established

2ll +onors that provide assistance in &'(& <' "&'(&# To be set after $aseline established To be established after $aseline C "&'(&# To be set after $aseline established To be set after $aseline established

C222 >eports

2nnually

C222 >eports -rogress >eports of 34+- 4>0,S pro!ect 2nnual >eports of the % >+ 34+- 4>0,2 -ro!ect >eports -artner surveys underta.en by 34+Solution 0=change Duarterly -rogress >eports

2nnually 2nnually

2nnually

2nnually $aseline 9 &''/ %id8tem 9 &'(' 5inal 9 &'(& Duarterly

Out*ut 2%1%+% -olicies and programmes framewor.s reviewed and informed by lessons from the research activities and successful innovations within India and internationally, as part of a !oint 34 approach.

; of .nowledge products on governance issues on Solution 0=change

To be collected

UNDAF CP Outco e $2%,%' Systems and mechanisms in place to provide identified vulnerable and e=cluded groups access to !ustice at local level (monitored through UNDP Countr# Pro(r) e Outco e 6 of men and women from disadvantaged To be To be Small 2rea groups who have access to legal aid in / collected established Surveys by 34+2%2! after Systems and mechanisms in place to 34+25 States $aseline provide identified vulnerable and established e=cluded groups access to !ustice at 2nnual ; 5irst Information >eport filed by To be To be State -olice local level in selected 34+25 states women and men from SC groups and ST collected established +epartment groups in / 34+25 States. after $aseline established Out*ut 2%2%1% 6 increase in men and women from To be To be 34+- ,overnance disadvantaged groups from pro!ect districts established established 3nit reports Increased ability of vulnerable in / 34+25 States who have access to after groups to see. remedies and of legal aid. $aseline

UNDAF) $aseline8&''C %id8term8 &'(' 5inal 9 &'(& 2nnually

2nnually

b!ectives service providers, formal and informal, to deliver !ustice in UNDAF st)tes%

Indicator"s# 2verage rating of satisfaction with access to !ustice mechanisms and institutions of disadvantaged sections on a scale of ' to @ ; of evidence based advocacy products developed for e=cluded tribal groups ; of new initiatives supported by 34+- on strengthened !ustice delivery 2verage level of satisfaction with 34+supported action research or .nowledge products in the field of 2ccess to Gustice on scale of '8@ 4umber of .nowledge products on 2ccess to Gustice on Solution 0=change 4o of supportive documents generated which are used to review and influence policy on access to !ustice

$aseline"s# To be established C "&''/# ' " &''/# To be established

Target"s# To be established after $aseline (E "&'(&# (F " &'(&# To be established after $aseline established &' " &'(&# ('" &'(&#

%eans of Verification -erception -olls by 34+,overnance 3nit -rogress reports ,overnance 3nit -rogress reports -erception -olls by 34+-

Timing $aseline8&''C %id8term8 &'(' 5inal 9 &'(& 2nnually 2nnually $aseline8&''C %id8term8 &'(' 5inal 8 &'(& Duarterly 2nnually

Out*ut 2%1%+% -olicies and programmes framewor.s reviewed and informed by lessons from the research activities and successful innovations within India and internationally, as part of a !oint 34 approach.

To be collected '" &''/#

Solution 0=change -rogress >eports 34+- ,overnance 3nit reports

DI.A.TER MANAGEMENT$& ENVIRONMENT'


Objectives Indicator(s) Baseline(s) Target(s) Means of Verification Timing UNDAF Outcome $0' By 2012, t"e most v!lnerable eo le, incl!ding #omen and girls, and government at all levels "ave en"anced abilities to re are, res ond, and ada t;recover from s!dden and slo# onset of disasters and environmental c"anges (monitored through UNDAF) UNDAF Country Programme Outcome $0.1.' 4omm!nities and instit!tions "ave establis"ed mec"anisms and artners"i s to effectively res ond to disasters and environmental c"anges and recover from t"eir im act (monitored through UNDAF) UNDP Country Programme Outcome A (200*) 153 (2012) ($M, and $$M, ,nn!ally )!mber of districts #it" $M4s, $MTs or Tas'forces 0.1.: ,nn!al 1e orts for coordinated recovery in +)$,- and $1M states 4omm!nities and instit!tions "ave A (200*) 153 (2012) ($M, and $$M, ,nn!ally B of districts cond!cting at least one moc' drill er establis"ed re aredness mec"anisms and ,nn!al 1e orts year in $1M states artners"i s to effectively res ond to and recover from t"e im act of disasters CPAP Output 0.1.1. 0 (200*) A (2012) ($M, 1e orts on ,nn!ally B of (tate $istrict Management ,gencies "aving met"odologies available met"odologies for damage, loss and need (tate and $istrict $isaster Management #it" t"em assessment to ens!re e>!itable res onse and ,!t"orities better re ared to co e #it" recovery disasters and to ens!re t"at recovery To be collected To be set after ($M, Training re orts ,nn!ally B of ersonnel of (tate $isaster Management activities are e>!itable in addressing t"e Baseline is ,!t"orities t"at "ave been trained in recovery s'ills s ecific needs of v!lnerable #omen and establis"ed t"at are sensitive to social incl!sion men incl!ding t"ose from (4 gro! s, (T To be collected To be set after $$M, Training re orts ,nn!ally ,verage 0 of members of $isaster Management gro! s, elderly, differently abled and Baseline is Teams in 153 target districts #"o come from socially and economically disadvantaged. establis"ed disadvantaged gro! s CPAP Output 0.1.). $istrict $isaster ,nn!ally B of 153 districts t"at ! date $istrict $isaster *0 (200*) 153 (2012) Management &lans Management lans at least t#ice a year to incl!de &lans for a coordinated res onse and s ecific com onents addressing needs of recovery mec"anisms consolidated at state marginaliCed and v!lnerable gro! s and district level and e< anded to ne# 82,8A* (200*) 138,33A (2012) 4B$& &lans ,nn!ally B of 4omm!nity/Based $isaster &re aredness geogra "ical areas (4B$&) lans in designated v!lnerable districts CPAP Output 0.1.1 200 (2012) (ol!tion 7<c"ange )!mber of 'no#ledge rod!cts related to $isaster and 1: (200*) &olicies and rogramme frame#or's ?!arterly re orts 1is' Management on (ol!tion 7<c"ange revie#ed and informed by lessons from t"e 2 (200*) 10 (2012) +)$& $isaster ,nd )o. of s! ortive doc!ments generated #it" +)$& researc" activities and s!ccessf!l 1is' Management +nit s! ort contrib!ting to olicies and rogrammes on innovations #it"in India and internationally, ,nn!al 1e ort $isaster Management as art of a joint +) a roac". UNDAF CP Outcome $0.).' 4omm!nities are a#are of t"eir v!lnerabilities, and ade>!ately re ared to manage (and red!ce) disaster and environmental related ris's (monitored through UNDAF) UNDP Country Programme Outcome 0.). 0 (200*) 2 (2012) (tate &lans B of state lans e< licitly incor orating disaster ris' 4omm!nities are a#are of t"eir and environmental concerns in +)$,- or $1M v!lnerabilities, and ade>!ately re ared to (tates manage (and red!ce) disaster and 0 (200*) A (2012) $istrict &lans B of district lans in 2 +)$,- or $1M (tates t"at environmental related ris's e< licitly incor orate disaster ris' and environment concerns CPAP Output 0.).1. 0 (200*) 30 (2012) $istrict $evelo ment B of districts t"at "ave !sed "aCard, v!lnerability and 4omm!nities are s! orted by (tate and &lans ris' assessments for develo ment lanning and district instit!tions to red!ce t"eir ris's to incl!de t"e concerns of #omen and v!lnerable and nat!ral disasters and climate c"ange marginaliCed gro! s 1 (200*) : (2012) 1e orts of Ban's in t"e B of (tates develo ing ins!rance rod!cts targeted at (tates most v!lnerable gro! s ?!arterly ,nn!ally

,nn!ally ,nn!ally ,nn!ally

,nn!ally

Objectives

CPAP Output 0.).). (afer b!ilt environment romoted to red!ce !rban ris's

Indicator(s) B of gender sensitive ada tive strategies or lans addressing climate c"ange instit!tionaliCed in select +)$,- states B of cities and amending develo ment control reg!lations or bye/la#s to ens!re str!ct!ral safety against nat!ral "aCards in $1M (tates B of cities enforcing com liance #it" revised reg!lations or bye/la#s in $1M (tates

Baseline(s) 0 (200*)

Target(s) 2 (2012)

Means of Verification (tate 4limate 4"ange (trategies 4ity reg!lations and bye/la#s on develo ment control (tate 4om liance 1e orts

Timing ,nn!ally

2 (200*) 2 (200*)

10 (2012) 10 (2012)

,nn!ally 2012

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ENVIRONMENT
Objectives Indicator(s) Baseline(s) Target(s) Means of Verification Timing UNDAF Outcome $0' By 2012, t"e most v!lnerable eo le, incl!ding #omen and girls, and government at all levels "ave en"anced abilities to re are, res ond, and ada t;recover from s!dden and slo# onset of disasters and environmental c"anges (monitored through UNDAF) UNDAF CP Outcome $0.).' 4omm!nities are a#are of t"eir v!lnerabilities, and ade>!ately re ared to manage (and red!ce) disaster and environmental related ris's (monitored through UNDAF) UNDP Country Programme 1A0 (data D 1A (2012 1e orts from Mo7Once in : ,nn!al increase in 0 in green"o!se gas emissions in Outcome 0.,.: !blis"ed in 2003) fig!res) years India &rogress to#ards meeting national 0 tons (200*) 3,800 tons (2012) 1e orts from Mo7,nn!ally (2010 ?!antity of OCone de leting s!bstances E F4-4s E commitment !nder m!ltilateral on#ards) red!ced at t"e national level environmental agreements 22.3 (200*) 25.3 (2012) 1e orts from Mo7Biann!ally &ercentage of forest and tree cover in India Million +($ flo#ing ann!ally to India from %lobal 7nvironment -acility f!nds Million +($ flo#ing ann!ally to India from Montreal &rotocol f!nds )o of initiatives s! orted by +)$& for a#areness creation and investments for red!ction of ersistent organic oll!tants ,mo!nt of additional f!nds mobiliCed !nder +)$& s! orted rojects on c"emical management. ?!antity of OCone de leting s!bstances E F4-4s / red!ced t"ro!g" +)$& s! orted rojects. CPAP Output 0.,.). )ational efforts s! orted to#ards conservation and management of nat!ral reso!rces )o. of ne# 4onservation areas recogniCed by t"e government in 2 +)$,- states. 0 of Biodiversity Management 4ommittees in 2 +)$,states t"at !se +)$&/s! orted &eo leGs Biodiversity 1egisters for ta'ing ! 1eso!rce management decisions. ,rea of degraded land bro!g"t !nder im roved soil >!ality management #it" +)$& s! ort in 2 states. )o. of ne# joint initiatives !nderta'en for integrated biodiversity conservation Tons of 4O2 emissions red!ced t"ro!g" ne# +)$& initiatives )o. of villages s! orted for im roved energy access by !se of rene#able energy so!rces ,verage satisfaction rating of artners (#"o "ave received +)$&/s! orted action researc" or 'no#ledge rod!cts) #it" +)$&/s! orted researc" or rod!cts on 7nvironment on scale of 0 to : )!mber of 'no#ledge rod!cts related to 7nvironment on (ol!tion 7<c"ange )o of s! ortive doc!ments generated to infl!ence olicies and rogrammes on 7nvironment 2: (200*) 200 (200*) 0 (200*) 0 (200*) 0 tons 0 (200*) 0 (200*) 20 (2012) 250 (2012) 2 (2012) 20 million +($ (2012) 2,:00 tons A (2012) :0 (2012) 1e orts from Mo71e orts from Mo7+)$& 7nvironment +nit &roject 1e orts +)$& 7nvironment +nit &roject 1e orts +)$& 7nvironment +nit &roject 1e orts and 1e orts from MO7+)$& 7nvironment +nit 1e orts +)$& Biodiversity &roject 1e orts +)$& 7nvironment +nit 1e orts +)$& 7nvironment +nit 1e orts +)$& 7nvironment +nit 1e orts +)$& 7nvironment +nit 1e orts &artner s!rveys !nderta'en by +)$& (ol!tion 7<c"ange ?!arterly re orts +)$& 7nvironment +nit 1e orts ,nn!ally ,nn!ally ,nn!ally ,nn!ally ,nn!ally ,nn!ally ,nn!ally

CPAP Output 0.,.1. )ational efforts s! orted to address c"emical management iss!es

0 (200*) 0 (200*) 0 (200*) 0 (200*) To be establis"ed

:000 "ectares (2012) 3 (2012) 2 million H. (2012) 100 (2012) To be set after Baseline is establis"ed 200 (2012) 10 (2012)

,nn!ally ,nn!ally ,nn!ally ,nn!ally Baseline/2005 Mid/term/2010 -inal E 2012 ?!arterly ,nn!ally

CPAP Output 0.,.,. )ational develo ment efforts #it" co/ benefits of mitigating climate c"ange s! orted CPAP Output 0.,.0. &olicies and rogrammes on energy and environment revie#ed and informed by lessons from researc" activities and s!ccessf!l innovations #it"in India and internationally, as art of a joint +) a roac".

*: (200*) 1 (200*)

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