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First regular session of e Executive Board of UNDP, UNFPA and UNOPS Monday, February 3, - :00 to ursday, February 6, - 18:00 UN Headquarters, ECOSOC Chamber. Topic 2: Reflecting on e working me ods of e Executive Boards - Discussion note on Executive Board working me ods (Non-paper from e Presidents) English Topic 3: Overcoming inequalities among and whitin countries, including gender inequality, to achieve e Sustainable Development Goals - reaching e poorest and most vulnerable. e UNDP Executive Board is made up of representatives from 36 countries around e world who serve on a rotating basis. rough its Bureau, consisting of representatives from five regional groups, e Board oversees and supports e activities of UNDP, ensuring at e organization remains responsive to e evolving needs of programme countries. United Nations Development Programme Executive Board. Executive Board Schedule of meetings in 20. Executive Board Overview. Joint meeting of e Executive Boards of UNDP/UNFPA, UNICEF and WFP: 4 and 7 February: Annual session (New York) 6 - . e Board is made up of representatives from 36 countries around e world who serve on a rotating basis. Any State member at is not a member of e Executive Board attend Board meetings and participate in its deliberations wi out e right to vote. For e latest updates and additional resources, visit e Executive Board section. e. e Executive Board of UNDP, UNFPA and UNOPS, comprised of 36 members, was created by General Assembly resolution 48/162 of 20 ember 1993. e Executive Board superceded e 48-member Governing Council on 1 uary 1994. Adoption of e annual work plan of e Executive Board. Joint segment. Recommendations of e Board of Auditors. UNDP, UNCDF, UNFPA and UNOPS reports on e status of implementation of e recommendations of e Board of Auditors for . All member and observer delegations are invited to attend. Feb 03 . :00 AM - 1:00 PM. Presented at Executive Board of UNDP, UNFPA and UNOPS: Second regular session on 31st ust . Tentative workplan second regular session . Bosnia and Herzegovina CPD [2021-2025] (DP/FPA/CPD/BIH/3) Presented at Executive Board. EXECUTIVE BOARD/UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Date Time Meeting Venue 8 uary am to 11:30 Pre-session informal consultation and election of e new Bureau CR-11 22 to 26 uary . Report on e joint field visit of e Executive Boards of UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS, UNICEF, UN-Women and WFP to Nepal Joint meeting of e Executive Boards (19 e ) PaperS t portal. All UNOPS-related Annual Reports, document sessions, and Executive Board isions, reports and statements from 1994-present can be found below. e Executive Board provides intergovernmental support and supervision for e activities of UNDP, UNFPA, and UNOPS in accordance wi e policy guidance of e General Assembly, e Economic. Background: Grounded in e vision of equality enshrined in e Charter of e United Nations, UN Women will work for e elimination of discrimination against women and girls. e empowerment of women. and e achievement of equality between women and men as partners and beneficiaries of development, human rights, humanitarian action and peace and security. e Executive Board provides intergovernmental support and supervision for e activities of UNDP, UNFPA, and UNOPS in accordance wi e policy guidance of e General Assembly, e Economic and Social Council, and e United Nations Charter. e Executive Board ensures at UNDP, UNFPA and UNOPS remain responsive to e evolving needs of programme countries, and supports e work of . Adoption of e annual workplan of e Executive Board. UNDP Segment. Interactive Dialogue wi e UNDP Administrator. All member and observer delegations are invited to attend. 21 . :00 AM - 1:00 PM . Economic and Social Council Chamber. Report of e Joint meeting of e Executive Boards of UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS, UNICEF, UN-Women and WFP (19 e ) English isions adopted at e annual session : DP//CRP.2: Draft annual workplan of e Executive Board for : English: Items 2, 4. UNDP strategic plan, -2021, including Financial, budgetary and administrative. UNDP Segment. Interactive UNDP Presentation. Bringing e field work to e Executive Board. Statement by e Administrator. Annual Report of e Administrator. Report of e Administrator on results for and progress on e strategic plan, -2021. UNDP report on e recommendations of e Joint Inspection Unit in . Statistical annex. News. 4 ember ( am to 1pm): Informal online meeting of Executive Board Members e 2 session of e Executive Board initially foreseen from e 4 . Joint meeting of e Executive Boards of UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS, UNICEF, UN-Women and WFP. 29 Statement by e President of e WFP Executive Board. en. Statement by UNOPS Executive Director. en. Background documentation and resources: A UN framework for e immediate socio-economic response to COVID-19. en. 1. e Executive Board secretariat is e focal point of UNDP, UNFPA and UNOPS for Executive Board matters. 2. e Executive Board secretariat shall be responsible for e arrangements of meetings of e Executive Board and e Bureau and for e preparation of reports of e sessions of e Board. IX. PUBLIC AND PRIVATE MEETINGS Rule 12 1. Service e Bureau of e Executive Board: working wi ExO senior managers, provide support and advice to e President and members of e bureau of e Board on e proceedings of e Executive Board during and in-between sessions, organize meetings of e Bureau of e Board, propose agenda and solutions to various substantive, procedural. Advance copies of UN-Women Executive Board session documents are posted on is section of e website and to e PaperS t portal in e original language, and are replaced by official documents once available. Official Executive Board session documents can be accessed and downloaded in all available language versions rough e United Nations Official Document System (ODS). Executive Board of e United Nations Development Programme, e United Nations Population Fund and e United Nations Office for Project Services Annual Session ursday, 30 , - Friday, 07 e, New York. Closing re ks by e President of e Executive Board of UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS, H.E. Mr. Cho Tae-yul, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of e Republic of Korea to e United Nations 17:55-18:00 Closing of e joint meeting by e President of e Executive Board of WFP. Joint Meeting of e Executive Boards of UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS, UNICEF, UN-Women and WFP. 31 - :00am to 6:00pm. Annex to e written account on e Executive Board working me ods. EN. Topic 2: Harassment, ual harassment, abuse of au ority and discrimination, and ual exploitation and abuse. isions of e Executive Board. isions are adopted by consensus among members of e Executive Board at each regular session. isions are focused and action-oriented, short and wi out preambular paragraphs. Since 1994, isions adopted by e Executive Board have been documented by e secretariat. Follow-up to UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board Meeting. Joint UNDP/UNFPA report on follow-up to recommendations of e Programme Coordinating Board of UNAIDS. Field visit(s) Report on e joint field visit to Colombia. All member and observer delegations are invited to attend. 05 . 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM . Economic and Social Council Chamber. Introduction Madame President, distinguished delegates, colleagues and friends, It is a pleasure for me to address is second regular session of e Executive Board and it is an honour to lead, UNFPA, e United Nations Population Fund during is momentous time. e Executive Board has provided UNOPS wi support and oversight functions since UNOPS arated from UNDP in 1995 and became an independent, self-financing organization. e Executive Director of UNOPS reports directly to e UN Secretary-General and e Executive Board, and has e au ority to sign host country agreements and appoint UNOPS. UNDP has recognized, and been involved wi, disability-related development since e 1980s and it remains an import area of country-level support. e evaluation assesses UNDP’s contribution to disability-inclusive development during e period 2008- . Executive Board of e United Nations Development Programme and of e United Nations Population Fund [established by GA resolution 2029 (XX) and 48/162] Executive Board of . Mr. President, Distinguished Members of e Executive Board, Excellencies, colleagues and friends, I am very pleased to join you today for e second regular session of e UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Executive Board for . Statement by Judi Karl on e occasion of e 75 Anniversary of e Signing of e UN Charter. e Executive Board reviews UNICEF activities and approves its policies, country programmes and budgets. It comprises 36 members, representing e five regional groups of Member States at e United Nations.Its work is coordinated by e Bureau, comprising e President and four Vice-Presidents, each officer representing one of e five regional groups. isions adopted by e Executive Board at its annual session (DP//39) UNDP segment. 2. Statement by e Administrator. 3. UNDP strategic plan, - (DP//40) [item 2] 4. Financial, budgetary and administrative matters [item 3] UNDP integrated . By eresa Kef Sesay. On e ch e Minister of Planning and Economic Development, Dr. Francis Kai-Kai chaired e maiden UNDP Country Program Document (CPD -2023) board meeting held wi e objective of setting e stage for e reviewing of e UNDP Country Office performance on e CPD implementation.. e CPD Board, which is e highest ision-making . e Executive Board for adoption at e present session. 5. e Executive Board approved e agenda and work plan for its second regular session 1999 (DP/1999/L.2 and Corr.1). 6. e Executive Board approved e report of e first regular session 1999 (DP/1999/8). 7. e Executive Board agreed to e following schedule of future sessions of. e UNDP Executive Board is made up of representatives from 36 countries around e world who serve on a rotating basis. rough its Bureau, consisting of representatives from five regional groups, e Board oversees and supports e activities of UN. 5 - Meeting of e Executive Board of e United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), e United Nations Population Fund (UNPF) and e United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS). Second regular session, . Organizational matters [item 1] Adoption of e agenda and workplan for e session Adoption of e report of e first regular session . Upcoming Meetings and Events Joint Town Hall meeting wi e Executive Board Presidents and Principals of UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNOPS, UN-Women and WFP on systemic COVID-19 response Search meetings. Executive Board Programme Analyst Ms. Weiting Luo. Executive Board Programme Analyst Ms. Shirin Lindse. Executive Board Programme Analyst Ms. Asmae Ibrahim. Executive Board Consultant Mr. omas Wilkinson. Address UN-Women Secretary of e Executive Board 220 East 42nd Street New York, NY 017 Fax: +1 646 781-4496. 19, · e CPD was approved by e UNDP Executive Board in and is nationally owned, following e close involvement of e Government of Nepal and o er national stakeholders in e process of developing e CPD. an expenditure of USD 21.32 million as of and a total budget of 209 million for 5 years. At e meeting, a video on.