Box 1: RBM in the UN reform




Box 2: Effective organizations




Box 3: UN-Habitat’s Vision Statement




Box 4: UN-Habitat’s Mission Statement




Box 5: UN-Habitat’s Philosophy Statement




Box 6: UN-Habitat’s Goal




Box 7: UN-Habitat Programme Level Strategic Result




Box 8: Some examples of actors responsible for data collection/validation




Box 9: Selecting appropriate Data Collection Methods




Box 10: Some Examples of Data Sources




Box 11: Developing Strong Targets




Box 12: Role of the RBM in preparing the biennial strategic framework




Box 13: Role of Branches in preparing the biennial strategic framework




Box 14: Role of the MOD (Quality Assurance Unit & Finance and budget Unit) in preparing the biennial WP&B




Box 15: Role of Branches in preparing WP&B




Box 16: Questions to ask yourself when drawing or assessing a result statement




Box 17: Useful Definitions




Box 18: Example of a project objective




Box 19: Example of activities and outputs




Box 20: Example of sub-expected accomplishments and expected accomplishments




Box 21: Example of a qualitative performance indicator




Box 22: Examples of external assumptions




Box 23: Useful Risk Terminology




Box 24: Why engage stakeholders?




Box 25: Contents of the TOR




Box 26: Resources for identifying external evaluators




Box 27: List of documents to be made available to the evaluation team




Box 28: A few reminders




Box 29: Components of RBM sustainability