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This Handbook on Results-Based Management (RBM) is the first manual and guide on strategic, programme and project planning, monitoring, reporting and evaluation in UN-Habitat. This document should be used in conjunction with the RBM Policy, the Project-Based Management Policy, the Evaluation Policy and the evaluation guidelines which together guide the implementation of RBM in UN-Habitat.
UN-Habitat has been implementing the results-based budgeting (RBB) approach in its programme planning, monitoring, reporting and evaluation since 2000, in line with Regulations and Rules G011erning Methods of Evaluation, ST/SGB/2000/8 of April 2000, which were updated in May 2016 with the Regulations and Rules Governing Methods of Evaluation, ST/SGB/2016/6. The organization adopted Results-Based Management as the management approach for Implementing and achieving the results of its six-year Medium-term Strategic and Institutional Plan (MTSIP) of 2008-2013, and more recently, its strategic plan for 2014-2019. Implementing Results-Based Management is in line with current international development expectations and practices, including the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development with its Sustainable Development Goals and the New Urban Agenda.