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Namibia signs UNPAF Action Plan

Tue, 8 July 2014 23:00
by Online writer
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Namibia signed the UNPAF Action Plan with the United Nations

following its GRN-UN Partnership Framework (UNPAF) which was

launched by the Prime Minister Dr Hage Geingob last year. This is a two

year rolling work plan developed for the UNPAF pillars.

“It is evident that they respond to national development priorities as

expressed in NDP4, as well as the Millennium Development Goals and

our other internationally agreed goals. Indeed the outcomes of the

UNPAF are fully aligned to the desired outcome of NDP4” NPC’s Leevi

Hungamo said.

He added that NPC is co-ordinator of programmes under the sectors

targeted under UNPAF.

”I urge my peers in the sectors to exercise maximum command over

these programs through not only close monitoring of implementation,

as supported by the technical units of the UN development system

in Namibia, but also to provide the necessary guidance to all times

to ensure that all partnership operations are with an eye to the

attainment of Namibia’s development priorities” Hungamo said.

In 2009 Namibia’s government requested that Namibia become what is

known as a ‘self-starter for delivering as one’.