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RESULTS-BASED NATIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM - NORTHERN MOUNTAINS
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Project Data Last Updated: 01/12/2019
IATI Identifier: 44000-P143596
The Result-Based Northern Mountains Urban Program Project aims to enable participating northern mountains cities to effectively plan, deliver and sustain priority infrastructure services through strengthened systems and capacity, with the support of the Ministry of Construction, or MOC. The program will have four key results areas, namely: (a) institutional strengthening at city level; (b) delivery of infrastructure services in participating cities; (c) sustainable infrastructure investments; and (d) national policy, support and oversight. These results areas are designed to work together to improve the quality of infrastructure delivery by CPCs. The results framework (annex two) provides the basis on which the MOC will support the participating cities to appropriately measure and report on progress. This enhances monitoring and evaluation (M&E) for the NUDP and will enable the MOC to collate the results to assess program performance, progress in achieving the Disbursement Linked Indicator, or DLIs, and implications for national urban policies and programs. Monitoring and evaluation capacity will be enhanced through the program's capacity building component in order to strengthen the Government's ability to monitor indicators of program progress through the results framework. In association with the submission of the annual financial statements, participating cities will report annually against individual DLIs and results indicators (city results report), and provide evidence of compliance with individual indicators as specified in the Program Operational Manual, or POM.
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