UNDAF 2012-2016 Results Matrix

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UNDAF 2012-2016 Results Matrix

    UNDAF 2012-2016 Results Matrix

    Kyrgyz Republic version 0.10/1 February 2011

    In reviewing the outcome indicators the following criteria were considered:

    1. The indicator must be formulated at the outcome level and thus represent societal, institutional or individual behavioral change (as per the OECD criteria).

    2. When looking at outcomes and matching them with respective indicators, in a few instances, the indicators helped clarify the scope of the outcomes which

    resulted in a merger of some of the outcomes.

    3. In order to keep the result matrix strategic and manageable and for the M&E framework to be achievable, an effort has been made to have the number of

    indicators commensurate the outcome.

    If the indicator was not formulated at a behavioral change level, the indicator was suggested to be moved to relevant agency programme planning document.


    Outcomes Indicators Targets Baselines Means of Role of Partners Indicative

    Verification Resources Outcome 1: % of persons with increased Increased percentage of Country-wide KAP survey Quantitative KAP

     perception of security, individuals who: to be conducted in 2011 survey to measure A national tolerance, coexistence, - feel secure in their area measuring perception of attitudes and infrastructure for respect for diversity, and with (indicating reduced tensions security and social perceptions of peace (at local, confidence in application of and improved security) cohesion. sampled regional and national rule of law and protection of respondents levels) involving human rights - perceive Kyrgyzstan as a Currently available (country-wide, government, civil tolerant society with respect quantitative data related to representative society, communities for diversity (segregated conflict: survey) and individuals data showing percentages - areas showing the

    effectively prevents for different identity groups) highest possibility of violent conflict and conflict (study in 2009 engages in peace - feel that inter-community according to Perspectiva’s building. coexistence and cooperation geo-informational mode)

     has improved (e.g. in areas are Aksy rayon (168 %),

    such as business Aravan (138%), Kara-Suu

    cooperation, education, (133%), Bazarkorgon and

    community life etc.) Uzgen (126%), Karakul

     (125%), Sulukta (121%)

    - have confidence in and Kadamzhai (120%)

    application of law and

    protection of human rights - El-Pikir survey 2009:

     Majority of respondents

    (58.2%) consider

    “Corruption” as key barrier

    to peace followed by

    “Poor implementation of

    the law” (42.2%) and

    “Non-transparent and

    unfair elections” (35.1%)


    Outcome 2: # of complaints submitted to Increased number of 5 decisions of the UN Monitoring reports of

     national courts and UN Treaty persons with recourse to Human Rights Committee NGO partners and By the end of 2016, Bodies related to human judicial protection and on individual cases carried statistical data from the Government of rights violations continuous receipt of out since 1995 (when it the judicial system; Kyrgyzstan fulfills individual complaints from became possible to use data from the key Kyrgyzstan by UN treaty individual communications OHCHR Geneva on recommendations of bodies and special procedure) the number of the Universal procedures registered complaints Periodic Review, # of UN mechanisms’ Government’s follow up to Overdue reports under Monitoring reports of Treaty Bodies and recommendations and and timely implementation of five ratified UN OHCHR, NGOs, Special Procedures, observations acted upon UN mechanisms’ conventions in the area of reports of government to ensure better recommendations and human rights protection; agencies to the UN protection of human observations; creation of a zero implementation of treaty bodies and rights. national mechanism tasked Kyrgyzstan of any of five Human Rights

    to oversee implementation decisions of the UN Council, laws adopted

    of UN mechanisms’ Human Rights Committee in implementation of

    decisions and on individual cases and UN observations and

    recommendations lacks a national recommendations


    mechanism. In 2010

    Kyrgyzstan accepted 127

    recommendations during

    the UPR and has four

    years to implement all of


     Outcome 3: % of civil society Legal basis to ensure civil No legal basis to ensure “Toktom” Legal

     organizations and NGOs society and NGO civil society and NGO database; polling By 2016, national and actively participating in participation is in place and participation in place and survey results among local authorities formulation and implemented; 1/3 of civil implemented leading to ad civil society apply rule of law and implementation and M&E of organizations and NGOs hoc opportunities for CS organizations and civic engagement national and local effectively participate in and NGOs to participate in NGOs.

    principles in development policies formulation and formulation and

    provision of services implementation and M&E of implementation and M&E with active national and local of national and local participation of civil development policies development policies


     # of complaints on corruption Within first 100 countries in 164 ranking score in the Rating through TI Transparency International list of 2010; corruption CPI; corruption (TI) Corruption Perception baseline survey to be baseline and endline Index (CPI); # of complaints conducted in 2011. surveys results tripled % of persons with open At least 50% of population Internet users only have Reports of Internet access to credible information with open access to quality an access to public and mobile phone on public policy making updated public information institutions’ websites (40% service providers, on policy making through of the population in 2010) including Internet

    Internet and mobile phone Worlds Stats



    Outcome Indicator Targets Baselines Means of Roles of Partners Indicative

    verification Resources Outcome 1: % of complicated deliveries 40% 55.7% Republican Health

     Information Center

    By 2016, more poor Stunting rate among children 10% 13% DHS, MICS

    and vulnerable rural under five thand urban population Kyrgyzstan's ranking in Increase in ranking Last place in ranking (67) PISA, national MLA benefits from international assessment on studies improved social learning achievement (PISA) protection: increase in food security; Secondary school completion 93% 78% School drop out equitable access and rate study; MICS use of quality % of eligible families with 80% of extreme poor 60% of extreme poor National Household sustainable MCH/RH children benefiting from households benefit from households don't benefit Survey, Social services and level of poverty targeted cash poverty targeted cash from poverty targeted Protection nutrition; Increased transfers transfer cash transfer Administrative equal access to records inclusive and quality % of increase of targeted 80% (tentative, final target 52% WFP/Government education HHs with borderline and tbd) food security throughout the life adequate Food Consumption monitoring system cycle; access and Score usage to quality

    HIV/TB/STI services; % of most-at-risk populations 80% 52% UNGASS data, AIDS access to quality, (MARPS) who received an Center, Surveys integrated and non-HIV test in the last 12 months discriminatory social and who know their results protection services

    and benefits % of estimated HIV-positive 80% 52% UNGASS data incident TB cases that

    received treatment for TB and




    Outcomes Indicators Targets Baseline Means of Roles of Partners Indicative

    verification Resources Outcome 1: % of workers operating in Increasing % of people Number of employment in Official data and By the end of 2016 formal economy, out of which employed in the formal formal sector 60% out of reports of the youth, women and 50% are women economy labor force (Data National

    vulnerable groups of National Statistical Statistical Committee benefit from Committee 2008)

    inclusive growth and

    improved access to

    resources, markets,

    decent and % of people living below Decreasing % of people Poverty ratio constituted Official data and productive poverty line living below poverty line - 31,7% in accordance with reports of the employment, and MDG target is 12,9% methodology of National National food security reached by end of 2015. Statistical Committee. Statistical Committee

    Currently National

    Statistical Committee

    does not provide data

    lower than level of


    Labour productivity measured Increase in ratio GDP/number of Employed Data of National

    as GDP per worker GDP/number of Employed Statistical

    Committee/There is

    need for a study on

    Potentials for

    improvement of


    Productivity and then

    Target and Baselines

    could be properly


    % of workers with earnings at Decreasing % of workers There is need for carrying National Study and

    or below the national poverty with earnings at or below the out a study in 2011 official sources/ There

    line national poverty line is need for carrying

    out a study in 2011

    Outcome 2: % of people with equitable Ecosystem approach Absence of eco system Official data and By end of 2016 access to eco systems promoting resilience to approach in strategic reports of ministries, sustainable services resilient to climate climate change is planning at the national agencies and local management of change integrated/reflected into and local levels authorities

    energy, environment national and sub-national

    and natural development strategies.


    resources practices % of water use efficiency for Effectiveness of irrigation Water losses in the Annual reports of the operationalized agricultural and energy water use is improved irrigation system from the re-established State

    production water source to Committee on

    destination range from 20-Melioration and

    40% on average Irrigation under the

    Ministry of


    # of increase of agricultural Access of households to According to the II Official data and

    production for markets and climate change adaptation National Communication reports of the

    households (HH) techniques/tools is Report on Climate National

    increased to enhance the Change, agricultural Statistical Committee

    volume of agricultural sector in the country has

    production been recognized as the

    most prone to climate

    change impacts, which in

    turn affects country's food


    % reduction in consumption 10% reduction by 2015 Current consumption is 4 Ozone Action

    of HCFCs- ODS tons per year Secretariat, UNEP


     % of population benefiting Increase in the sphere of non carbon sources of Official data and

    from non carbon energy non carbon energy sources energy represent about reports of the Ministry

    sources 1 % out of total energy of Energy, RES

    produced in the country Directorate as well as

    reports of SHP/RES


    Outcome 3: # of functional components of Disaster preparedness & 1) Coordination Official data of the By 2016, DRM disaster preparedness and response coordination mechanism between MES, NALSG & framework in response coordination mechanism between Kyrgyz Kyrgyz Government & DRCU (Disaster compliance with mechanism established and Government & international international agencies & Response international operating between the Kyrgyz agencies & local local organizations in Coordination Unit.) standards Government, international organizations further nascent stage established and and local organizations strengthened 2) Kyrgyzstan's

    effectively commitment to implement operationalized at the Hyogo Framework for national and local Action



     % of Local Self Governments 1) Monitoring of disaster Official data and with DRR and adaptation to risks is not an established reports on disaster climate change integrated in regular practice in risk management local development plans decision making by local plans prepared by Integrated DRR & self-governments Local Self-adaptation to climate change 2) DRR & climate change Governments, MES monitoring system risks and opportunities are & NALSG established and not mutually correlated in operationalized with decision making respective intuitional & 3) Data & information technical framework exchange between levels

    of administration &

    agencies insufficient

    % of disaster prone Clear roles of communities 1) Unclear roles of Official data and communities with reduced in DRM are established & communities & their reports of the MES, vulnerability coping capacities sustained structures in DRM NALSG & the State

    2) Absence of tools, skills Agency on

    & knowledge of Environmental

    communities for effective Protection (on climate

    DRM change issues)

    % of educational institutions The capacities of 1) Poor knowledge on Official data and with reduced vulnerability to stakeholders in education DRR and inadequate reports of the Ministry natural disasters strengthened. Government capacity to effectively deal of Education, Ministry

    has made changes in the with DRR issues.2) of Emergency

    curricula to incorporate DRR Education curricula does Situations, UN reports

    agenda. not adequately and evaluations.

    incorporate DRR and

    Education functionaries do

    not apply policy in practice


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