A communications strategy prepared for the Cooperation Framework should help the UN development system convey very simply and concretely what the UN development system is doing to help a country achieve the SDGs. It should reflect: (a) the vision for the country in 2030; (b) how the Cooperation Framework expects to contribute to the “five P’s” and priority pathways to achieve the SDGs; (c) the UN development system’s focus, contributions and measurement of results in line with the Cooperation Framework Guiding Principles; (d) who is responsible for delivering on what, by when and by what means; and (e) how these activities are linked to national development, human rights, humanitarian and peace frameworks. Dissemination of this information should be in an accessible language and format, and consider issues such as disability, language, literacy levels and cultural background.

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