Results-focused programming: The SDGs constitute the frame of reference for formulating and implementing the Cooperation Framework. Therefore, SDG targets should be reflected in priority outcomes that represent changes in institutional and behavioural capacities for development. Using results-based management, the UN development system ensures that resources are directed towards improving development conditions for target populations. This requires the identification of critical assumptions about the programming environment, and a consideration of relevant risks and management measures. Indicators to monitor progress and measure the achievement of outcomes are defined, with attention given to data, evidence generation, and support for national statistical and information systems. Accountabilities are clearly stipulated and backed by strong reporting mechanisms. The focus on results should be maintained throughout the entire Cooperation Framework cycle, including during monitoring and evaluation.

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