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With the Government’s conduit of its 25 years review of progress and challenges since the election of its first democratically elected government, it is timely and appropriate that the UNDP also reassesses its work and support of the Government. This is especially important and pertinent given the development of the Government’s new five years implementation plan 2020-24 and the UNDP’s Country Programme Document 2020-24 (CPD) and the UN’s wider programme of support, the Strategic Development Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF) 2020 -2024. All these programme documents are anchored and aligned to the National Development Plan, Vison 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals, Agenda 2030 and the African Union’s Agenda 2063. With the implementation of the SDGs and in adherence to the principles of Leave No One Behind, it is crucial that the UNDP takes stock of its work in South Africa. UNDP Country Office in South Africa will conduct a study to examine and documents the strides it has made in aligning with the Government and in supporting the implementation of the national priorities.
UNDP is seeking for services of a firm/ Instittion which needs to consolidate and summarize project performance data and outcomes sourced from evaluation material and present it in a slimline online report with high quality infographics, that can be adapted for circulation on various online platforms.