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UN-Habitat Handbook Preliminaries

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Figure 1: The Results Chain

Figure 1: The Results Chain

Figure 2: Example of Theory of Change diagram

Figure 2: Example of Theory of Change diagram

Figure 3: RBM Pillars

Figure 3: RBM Pillars

Figure 4: RBM cycle

Figure 4: RBM cycle

Figure 5: Main characteristics of RBM

Figure 5: Main characteristics of RBM

Figure 6: Challenges associated with the implementation of RBM in UN-Habitat

 

Figure 7: Expected benefits of RBM

Figure 7: Expected benefits of RBM

Figure 8: Why Plan?

Figure 8: Why planning?

Figure 9: Corporate Level Planning in UN-Habitat

Figure 9: Corporate Level Planning in UN-Habitat

Figure 10: Translating UN-Habitat mandates to results

Figure 11: Delivering the Strategic Plan

Figure 11: Delivering the Strategic Plan

Figure 12: Pyramid of strategic choice

Figure 12: Pyramid of strategic choice

Figure 13: Example of UN-Habitat’s results chain

Figure 13: Example of UN-Habitat’s results chain

Figure 14: Spheres of control, influence and concern

Figure 14: Spheres of control, influence and concern

Figure 15: Example ToC diagram, using National Urban Policies

Figure 15: Example ToC diagram, using National Urban Policies

Figure 16: Programme risk matrix

Figure 16: Programme risk matrix

Figure 17: Preparation of the strategic framework

Figure 17: Preparation of the strategic framework

Figure 18: Structure of the Strategic Framework

Figure 18: Structure of the Strategic Framework

Figure 19: Preparation of the work programme and budget

Figure 19: Preparation of the work programme and budget

Figure 20: Components of the work programme and budget

Figure 20: Components of the work programme and budget

Figure 21: General example of a results-chain

Figure 21: General example of a results-chain

Figure 22: Example of a results-chain using subprogramme1, Urban legislation, land and governance

Figure 22: Example of a results-chain using subprogramme 1, Urban legislation, land and governance

Figure 23: Preparation of the annual workplan

Figure 23: Preparation of the annual workplan

Figure 24: Link between project objectives and strategic results

Figure 24: Link between project objectives and strategic results

Figure 25: Delivering as One UN-Habitat: From Outputs to Expected Accomplishments

Figure 25: Delivering as One UN-Habitat: From Outputs to Expected Accomplishments

Figure 26: Example of a Vertical Project Results Chain

Figure 26: Example of a Vertical Project Results Chain

Figure 27: Logic Model as contained in the Concept note

Figure 27: Logic Model as contained in the Concept note

Figure 28: Risk assessment matrix

Figure 29: Categories of risk

Figure 29: Categories of risk

Figure 30: Basic Model (adapted from World Bank)

Figure 30: Basic Model (adapted from World Bank)

Figure 31: Levels of monitoring

Figure 31: Levels of monitoring

Figure 32: The Significance of Monitoring and Reporting
 

Figure 32: The Significance of Monitoring and Reporting

Figure 33: Linkages in the results chain within the IMDIS
 

Figure 34: Balancing reach, resources and results

Figure 34: Balancing reach, resources and results

Figure 35: Continuous performance monitoring and decision making

Figure 35: Continuous performance monitoring and decision making

Figure 36: A simple RBM Model

Figure 36: A simple RBM Model

Figure 37: Phases of evaluation

Figure 37: Phases of evaluation

Figure 38: The M&E Learning-Accountability Virtuous Triangle

Figure 38: The M&E Learning-Accountability Virtuous Triangle

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