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UNDAF 2005-2009 annual review 2008, 19 December 2008

    UNDAF 2005-2009 ANNUAL REVIEW 2008




    1. Closing the gap for MDG 1 toward full achievement by 2015

    2. Closing the gap for MDG 7 toward full achievement


    1. In 2002 proportion of population below subsistence minimum comprised 24.2%; proportion of population with income below food basket cost 8.9%. 2. Proportion of land area covered by forest 4%; Ratio of area protected to maintain biological diversity to surface area 3%; per capita carbon dioxide emissions 12.2 tons (1996); proportion of population without sustainable access to improved water source, urban and rural 15% and 27% (2000). Source: MDGR, CCA

    Outcome Output Indicator(s) and Progress up to date Funds spent


    CP Outcome 1 CP Output 1.1 Indicator: Allocation CP Output 1.1 (UNDP): UNDP: $707,000

     (UNDP): Greater 1.1.1. Responding to the Ministry of Labour and Social from national budget to

    UNDP/UNICEF knowledge, skills and poverty alleviation Protection request UNDP provided support through

    The Government motivation of initiatives. awareness raising events and trainings, as well as

    is more capable of Baseline: In 2002, government officials to international and national expertise in drafting the law

    reducing poverty, formulate and despite impressive “On social services” and the concept paper on

    achieving MDG implement poverty economic growth, reforming social services provision system. In

    targets, and reduction strategies. public spending in the September 2008, joint UNDP/UNCEF and national

    monitoring its social sector remained stockholder‟s efforts resulted in submission of the draft

    progress to these low: healthcare was law to the Parliament for review and further adoption

    ends 1.9%, education was expected till the end of this year. The Government of

     3.2%, and social Kazakhstan has allocated 30.5 billions KZT for 3 years

     services were 5.4% of to implement newly developed social standards

     GDP. envisaged within the draft law “On social services”.

     1.1.2. UNDP together with UNICEF, UNV and UNFPA

     started a joint there-year programme "Enhancing

     Human Security in the Former Nuclear Test Site of

     Semipalatinsk" to promote positive changes among

     people and local authorities, social engagement, and

     to support economic recovery in a long term

     development perspective. In 2008, the agencies

     conducted 15 seminars on various medical, economic

     and social topics for totally of 345 beneficiaries of the

     project. UNDP has signed a grant agreement in the


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     amount of 200 000 USD at the attractive rate of 9.5%

     per year for micrlocrediting and microleasing

     programmes to be disbursed to rural entrepreneurs of

     the most vulnerable regions. As a successful result of

     UNDP and UNV work, four new NGOs were registered

     in the region. UNICEF has established one family

     support center for vulnerable families and UNFPA has

     opened one evidence based medicine resource center

     for gynaecologists.

     1.1.3. Private sector is increasingly seen as contributor

     not only in the economic growth of the country, but

     also in broader social development processes. Within

     its project on “Private Sector Development and

     Competitiveness of Kazakhstan‟s Economy” UNDP

     aims to facilitate better understanding on the scope

     and applicability of the concept of Corporate Social

     Responsibility (CSR) among public agencies,

     businesses, non-governmental organizations and

     mass-media. In 2008, project activities, including

     specialized research, training and knowledge sharing

     events, and publications resulted in wider membership

     of Kazakh companies in the UN Global Compact and

     increased number of social reports submitted to the

     UNGC headquarters.

    CP Output 1.2 CP Output 1.2 (UNDP): (UNDP): A number of 1. 2008 National Human Development Report

     in-depth analytical devoted to the issues of climate change

     reports on issues 2. Training materials for rural entrepreneurs on

     related to poverty and business planning and management

     MDGs prepared and 3. Joint UNDP/British Embassy publication on

     published. implementation of EITI initiative

     4. Annual Human Rights report

     5. CDs and brochures on election procedures

     6. Baseline study on current stage and prospects for

     future development of CSR in Kazakhstan

     7. Training materials for local maslikhats on results

     based budgeting

     8. Quarterly bulletins on parliamentary development

     9. Study on social and economic situation in Semei


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     region and prospects for UN intervention

     10. Inception reports for the future UNDP social

     inclusion project (repatriates)

     11. Situation analysis report on gender issues

CP Output 1.3 CP Output 1.3 (UNICEF): UNICEF: $90,863

    (UNICEF): Improved CF SP training module (RBM/RBB) was developed

     knowledge, skills and and covered the issues related to M&E of QoLA of

     motivation of the children. More than 150 civil servants were exposed to

     national and sub-training.

     national level

     authorities to identify

     and monitor the quality

     of life for all indicators

     based on the basic

     survival, development,

     protection and

     participation needs of


CP output (UNESCO): CP output (UNESCO): UNESCO: $6,000

     - Improved institutional Learning opportunities for life long learning provided

     capacity on local level though the network of CLCs in rural areas of

     to promote non-formal Kazakhstan.

     education for income

     generation, through Training of CLC focal points and decision makers

     Community Learning organized to create literate environment and women

     Centers (CLCs). empowerment in rural areas through non-formal


     Gender mainstreaming and HIV prevention through

    non-formal education integrated into CLCs livelihood


    Modes of cooperation defined and agreed among local

    decision makers

    CP Outcome 2 CP Output 2.1 Indicator: Number of CP Output 2.1 (UNICEF): UNICEF: $69,000

     (UNICEF): National national policies and 2.1.1. Reviews of the draft Code „On marriage and


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    UNICEF Policies and legislation legislation passed and family‟ and „Juvenile Justice‟ system undertaken;

    Vulnerable groups reflect implemented; advantages and disadvantages/gaps in this draft

    are better deinstitutionalized % of professionals legislation and approaches identified;

    protected approach to Child trained and practicing recommendations on legislation and practices

     Protection as well as the standards to improvement developed.

     childcare system (such ensure child protection 2.1.2. Draft concept on de-institutionalisation was

     as Juvenile Justice measures; developed and included key areas of intervention and

     system). % of cities using a M&E.

     system of identification,

    CP Output 2.2 CP Output 2.2 (UNICEF): UNICEF: $308,800 referral, rehabilitation

    (UNICEF): Standards of child victims of 2.2.1. Analysis of a Social Services draft legislation

     for services and abuse, neglect. was commissioned; recommendations were provided,

    Baseline: professionals are in many of which were incorporated to provide a legal

     place. Law on Medical and framework for the establishment of preventive child

     Social-Pedagogic and family support services. The Law went through 2

     Correctional Support to chambers of the parliament and is now awaiting the

     Children with Special signature of the president.

     Needs and

     Law on Rights of the 2.2.2. Social services needs assessment completed;

     Child approved by the data and analysis on social services needs for children

     Parliament (2002); and families obtained; recommendations on

     No established improvement of the social services system for

     standards for children/& families developed.

     community social work

     system (2002); 2.2.3. A set of (community based) social services

     % of cities and % standards for children with special needs developed by

     professionals baseline MLSP with UNICEF technical assistance

     will be established in

     2005. 2.2.4. 150 specialists from national and local levels

     (East Kazakhstan) are trained on the new social

     services standards and their implementation.

CP Output 2.3 CP Output 2.3 (UNICEF):

    (UNICEF): Systems for UNICEF: $37,500 2.3.1. Four regional models of child rights monitoring

     identification, referral system have been evaluated and presented in a

     and rehabilitation of resource package.

     children victims of

    UNICEF: $94,500 abuse, neglect, etc. are 2.3.2. Two regions (EKO and SKO) started reviewing

     in place. and improving the system of services‟ referrals, i.e. for

    children with special needs and children deprived of

    parental care.


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    CP Outcome 3 CP Output 3.1 Indicator: Number of CP Output 3.1 (UNFPA): Total on CP Outcome 3

     (UNFPA): Enhanced 3.1.1. Desk-review and national survey on social and ministerial UNFPA: $ 218,000 UNFPA institutional capacities development plans economical status of aged population in Kazakhstan Population and in formulation and incorporating (with participation of 1500 respondents) facilitated, CP Output 3.1 (UNFPA): development implementation of population concerns analytical report developed and circulated, $56,500 issues explicit population thoroughly. sensitization conference covering 40 members of mainstreamed in Baseline: policy as a part of Parliament, governmental officials and CSOs all development national development P&D concerns conducted, recommendations to government plans and agenda. articulated in long and developed and endorsed (Partner agencies: UNIFEM, programs medium terms National Commission for Women and Family and strategies Kazakhstan Gender Policy under President of Kazakhstan, CSO 2030 & 2010, National Centre for Civil Initiatives); 3.1.2. Two analytical reports on family status in Plan for Advancement of Women, National Kazakhstan based on survey and desk review with Programme on Poverty participation of international consultant developed, Eradication for 2003-published and circulated (Partner agencies: CSO 2007, National Centre for Civil Initiatives); Programme on CP Output 3.2 CP Output 3.2 (UNFPA): Counteracting AIDS (UNFPA): 3.2.1. The evaluation of pilot census performance Epidemic for 2001-CP Output 3.2 Strengthened national 2005 and respective aimed to insure its compliance to international (UNFPA): $101,000 capacity for population sectoral plans (military, standards provided through the involvement of & development data internal affairs, international expertise, the report with collection and analysis, education, recommendations developed and passed to the including conducting penitentiary), Concept government (Partner: Agency for Statistics of Republic research for policy Paper on National of Kazakhstan); 3.2.2. Technical assistance for the development of decision-making. Demographic and Migration Policy (draft), census questionnaire provided through mobilization of National Environmental international expertise, the related questionnaire taking Action Plan (2002). into account comments of UNFPA consultants produced and approved; 3.2.3.The instructive video film-manual for the census field staff regional trainings developed and passed to the Agency for Statistics; 3.2.4.Technical assistance for the mapping system development provided through the mission of international consultant; the appropriate report produced and passed to the government; 3.2.5. A national census focal point has been sensitised on internationally agreed principles of


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     census through participation in UNFPA sponsored

     UNECE-Eurostat workshop on Population and

     Housing Censuses;

     3.2.6. Ten national demography professionals were

     sensitised at consultation meeting on international

     approaches to development of curricula, textbooks and

     manuals to train students in demography.

    CP Output 3.3 CP Output 3.3 (UNFPA):

    (UNFPA): Increased CP Output 3.3 (UNFPA): 20 civil servants and 20 parliamentarians were trained

    $ 60,500 skills and knowledge of in demographical analysis and demographical policy

     civil servants and by international and national consultants (Partner:

    legislators on CSO Centre for Civil Initiatives).

    population and

    development issues,

    including gender, youth,

    HIV/AIDS and other

    related RH problems.

    CP Outcome 4 Output 4.1 (UNDP): Indicator: The Output 4.1 (UNDP): UNDP: $484,000

     Increased capacity of existence of a national The tailored training was offered to the officials from

    UNDP the National Council on strategy on sustainable Oblast and City Administrations from most of the

    A comprehensive Sustainable development (NSSD). Kazakhstan regions clustered around 4 subregions.

    approach to Baseline: A National Development to Training covered the policy development in sustainable

    sustainable implement priority Environmental Action development area, implementation overview of

    development is environmental Plan was developed Concept on transition to sustainable development,

    integrated into management initiatives. and approved in 1999. regional SD concepts, Environmental Code. The

    national At WSSD, Kazakhstan publication on Sustainable energy development is in

    development committed to preparing progress. The discussions were initiated on benefits

    planning and a national strategy on for Kazakhstan from participation in the voluntary

    linked to poverty sustainable carbon markets and non-Kyoto mechanisms. The

     development (NSSD). process of ratification of Kyoto protocol has been

     supported. Analytical reviews on losses from

     desertification and accession to WTO were prepared

     for SDC. SD indicators were analysed and

     methodology developed.

    Output 4.2 (UNDP): Output 4.2 (UNDP):

     Expanded The private sector project cooperation was

     collaboration between strengthened through local initiatives funded by Coca-

     government, Cola and Shell in Almaty and Mangystau Oblasts for

     donors, civil society and improved access to drinking water in rural settlements.


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     the private sector in the The project in Almaty oblast resulted in establishment

     area of environmental of water user cooperative, construction of water pump

     management and and distribution pipelines, improving access to

     sustainable sanitation at school and village medical center and

     development for nature providing training on hygiene and rational water use.

     and energy

     conservation. Cooperation with NGOs was strengthened through

     involvement of Eco-Forum network in operations of

     Biodiversity Trust Fund, preparatory work for regional

     conferences for Europe and CIS and Asia and the


CP Output (UNESCO): CP Output (UNESCO): UNESCO: $25,000

     “Education, Science Capacities of national ESD focal points reinforced in

    and Culture for data collection and analysis for ESD monitoring and

    Sustainable evaluation


    Networking of national ESD working groups

    established to expand of ESD education in educational

    institutions and teacher training institutes

    Resource materials developed to support ESD

    integration into education policies and practices with

    special focus on girls‟ and HIV prevention education &

    increase capacities of media outlets

    Good practices collected for ESD promotion within

    formal and non-formal education.

    ESD sub-regional and national meetings organized to

    capitalize on achievements and build partnership.

    National and local capacity for the management,

    preservation and conservation of the cultural and

    natural heritage and developing of tourism through the

    advancing the Silk Roads, Petroglyphs and West Tien-

    Shan transboundary nominations and helping make

    existing World Heritage sites sustainable.

    Competitiveness of Kazakhstani craft sector, as a

    strategic outlet for production, dissemination, income


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    creation and poverty eradication, enhanced; quality of

    traditional handicrafts improved through the Award of

    Excellence for Handicrafts programme and

    promotional partnerships.

CP Outcome 5 Output 5.1 (UNDP): Indicator: The amount Output 5.1 (UNDP): UNDP: $4,086,000

     5.1.1. Integrated conservation policies are introduced Integrated of energy produced

    UNDP conservation and through renewable at local level around wetlands areas. Tengiz-Livelihood development policies sources. Korgalzhyn lakes system is included to UNESCO opportunities for Baseline: In 1999, the based on successful World Heritage List. First National Report to Ramsar

    the poor are GEF projects in percent of energy Convention is drafted and submitted to administrative

    increased through biodiversity (wetlands, consumption from body. Due to the launch of the Wetlands Project

    expanded access mountain renewable resources Microcrediting Programme local people get an

    to natural agrobiodiversity) was 1.5% of total opportunity for co-financing alternative livelihood resources and and energy (energy consumption (or 527 activities (fish ponds, national crafts, ecotourism

    sustainable efficiency, renewable tons of oil equivalent). development) to decrease the load on wetlands

    energy energy) are in place. biodiversity. Establishment of "Ak-Zhayik" Natural

     Reserve is included into the state budget and work

     plan of the Government for 2009. The Project shared

     its experience on PA management plans, awareness

     programme and alterative livelihood with 3 protected

     areas of Kazakhstan. Two scientific and popular films

     about Alakol-Sasykkol and Tengiz-Korgalzhyn lakes

     systems are made. Automated meteostations are

     installed in two reserves to reveal the changes in a

     chemical water compound, water level and other

     influences of these changes on rich fauna.

     5.1.2. In Altay-Sayan project area, the feasibility and

     scientific studies prepared for expansion of the SPA to

     include critical biodiversity conservation areas.

     Management plans for 3 SPAs developed for approval

     by Government. Now the SPA are being linked through

     the Green corridors between existing and new SPAs.

     The local livelihoods are improved from the small

     grants programme developed for two project sites. The

     Draft agreement on transboundary SPA between

     Kazakhstan and Russia approved by RK and officially

     submitted to Russia. The social benefits assessment

     on Markakol conducted and it will serve as the basis

     for identification of measures for alternative livelihoods,


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     tourism development and BD conservation. The

     species monitoring capacity of SPAs ws strengthened

     through procured internet antennas and monitoring

     equipment. The Project site and interactive database

     are working. EUR1.9 mln attracted for adaptation to

     climate change and procurement started; 8 mln tenge

     attracted from Republican budget for establishment of

     the new SPA in Altay.

     5.1.3. In the Agrobiodiversity project, a Project

     Scientific Committee was established. The draft

     concept of Law on flora has been developed. The draft

     national conservation strategy for agrobiodiversity was

     developed. The wild fruit species inventory was

     conducted to improve understanding on value and

     location of agrobiodiversity. The scientific and

     economic feasibility studies to establish a new SPA

     were formally approved by the Government. The funds

     were allocated from the republican budget for

     construction of visit center. The SPA management was

     strengthened through development of management

     plans, fire management equipment. Through the

     Microcrediting programme prepared by the project, two

     loan applications have been prepared by local

     entrepreneurs. Training were provided for local

     businesses on honey making, milk products, felt crafts,

     medicinal plants, etc. Documentary was prepared for

     dissemination through local channels.

     5.1.4. Through the project on Wind Market

     development the Law on Renewable Energy Sources

     is under development for adoption in 2008. the

     national wind monitoring programme started its 3

     rd year of monitoring. The draft inputs for Wind Potential Atlas are collected. 8 wind masts are being relocated to new sites for enlarge the electronic database. The project is being revised to address key barriers such as legal framework development and institutional


    5.1.5. Through the Project on energy efficiency in hot


     water and heat supply, the draft law on energy saving

     and amendments to law on households have been UNDAF 2005-2009 annual review 2008, 19 December 2008 developed. The draft Strategy on Energy Efficiency

     and Renewable Energy is in progress. The rules and

     regulations on efficient use of energy contribute to

     strengthening of legal framework. The needs

     assessment report revealed a gap in capacity of

     Associations of Apartment Owners. Several public

     buildings have been audited for energy consumption in

     Almaty and Astana. The MOU between UNDP and

     Almaty Akimat was signed to establish a first in

     Kazakhstan Energy Saving Company. Project site has

     been open this year to improve awareness of general


    Output 5.2 (UNDP): Output 5.2 (UNDP):

    Improved capacities of A series of trainings on project development for

    NGOs and CBOs for communities were conducted in several regions (East,

    nature and energy South, and South-East) in partnership between full

    conservation. scale projects and Small Grant Program. Such

    proactive capacity building activity resulted in

    development for more than 70 project concepts for

    competitive selection. 23 NGO`s projects were

    supported by SGP on total sum US$570,000, mostly in

    land degradation, climate changes and biodiversity

    conversation themes. Cross-cutting CP output (UNESCO): Indicator: # of women CP output (UNESCO): UNESCO: $3,000

    CP Outcome 6 Enhanced institutional MPs; Gender equality is integrated into all activities as

     capacity to mainstream Male/female average cross-cutting platform to promote gender sensitive UNIFEM, UNDP, gender dimension into wage ratio. teaching/ learning opportunities. UNICEF, UNFPA Baseline: the development

    Legislative base and agenda. Proportion of seats Issues related to vulnerability of girls and women to

    policy for promotion held by women in HIV included into education and information materials of gender equality CP output (UNESCO): national parliament: for teachers within the framework of preventive

    and the advancement Improved institutional 11.2% (1999); education. of women capacity on local level Women‟s average

    strengthened to promote non-formal wage as percent of

     education for income men‟s comprised

     generation, through 61.4% (2000) and

    UNDP: Community Learning 58.8% (2001).

    Centres (CLCs). The National Action Through its project “Tomiris-2: equal opportunities


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