A monitoring and reporting tool for national UN development frameworks
UNInfo is an online tool for planning, monitoring and reporting on national UN Development Action Frameworks and Business Operations Strategies (UNDAF + BoS).
UN Country Teams prepare Development Action Frameworks and Business Operations Strategies in order to implement activities that will accelerate national development priorities. They use results-based management to plan, cost, implement, monitor, and measure collaborative interventions with various stakeholders. These require clear indicators, time-bound targets, and clearly defined responsibilities for all stakeholders. The UNInfo system serves to make national strategic frameworks more accessible, link them to data for monitoring, and help UN agencies coordinate their collaborative activities. The system also improves the visibility and accountability of UN initiatives, by making the UN’s work at the country, regional and global level publicly accessible.
2016 UNDP Tanzania
Tanzania UNDAP II RMISS
A monitoring / reporting tool for Tanzania’s Development Assistance Plan
The RMISS (Results Monitoring and Implementation Support System) is a web-based platform for UN agencies to plan, monitor and report against UNDAP II, the UN’s Development Assistance Plan for Tanzania.
The platform, which gives varying levels of access to different stakeholders, supports business operations and internal knowledge management processes to support the implementation of UNDAP II. Its user-friendly format features accessible geographic data on indicators of vulnerability, of donor support, and of sub-national UN interventions. Details and results of specific contributions can be visualized in real-time for external users. The platform also links to content from the UN Tanzania website, including video diaries and stories from the field.
2016 UN WOmen
UN Women Transparency Portal
IATI - International Aid Transparency Initiative
The UN Women data portal helps the organization increase transparency by disseminating project data publicly.
The International Aid Transparency Initiative (AITI) commits signatories to disclose information on aid spending to allow stakeholders to find, use, and compare this data. UN Women, in its goal to act as a global leader for institutional transparency, used the opportunity to develop a portal with advanced dissemination tools. The web-based platform can be used for information tracking, monitoring and evaluation; it allows customized data searches, and user-friendly data downloads.
2016 UNICEF CEE/CIS
Transformative Monitoring for Enhanced Equity Portal
The TransMonEE portal presents socioeconomic data on the condition of children and women, in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CCE/CIS).
In 1992, UNICEF’s Innocenti Research Centre established the TransMonEE database as a repository of a broad range of indicators on the condition of children. The data are used by government institutions, civil society, donors, and academia; they support evidence-based decision-making, and make it possible to analyze social policies and understanding the current trends in education, health, water, sanitation, and child protection. The data is updated by National Statistical Offices in the region using a standardized template for uniform data reporting.
2016 UNFPA ESARO
AY Africa Dashboard
Sub-Saharan Africa - Adolescents and Young People Dashboard
The Africa Adolescents and Youth Dashboard is an automated visualization and map of sexual and reproductive health data on adolescents and youth.
The AY Dashboard provides up-to-date information on reproductive health among youth for all of sub-Saharan Africa. With data sourced largely from three major household surveys (the Demographic and Health Survey [DHS], the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey [MICS], and the AIDS Indicator Survey [AIS]), the tool shows current status, progress, and trends for critical indicators. The web map service aims to be a single, comprehensive repository and presentation of data on adolescents and young people essential for evidence-based programming.