Knowledge for Development Management

What is the project about?

The K4DM Programme, a joint initiative of the GoB and UNDP Bangladesh is being undertaken in the context of the UNDAF Action Plan during the period 2014-16. In the context of declining ODA and increased emphasis on results, the project aims to a) simplify programming procedures and improve knowledge management, b) promote new knowledge and resource partnerships under the canopy of South-South and Triangular as well as Public-Private Partnership modality and c) support a common expert pool, strategic knowledge generation and innovative programming. It also plans to initiate a National HDR with appropriate national partners. The project aims to work in conjunction with UNDP supported ‘Aid Effectiveness’ project at the ERD and UNDP supported project at the GED titled ‘Support to Sustainable and Inclusive Planning’ to achieve its objectives. The project will be mainly anchored in the UN wing of ERD but will seek to reach out to all Implementing Partners including line ministries, ‘for-profit’ and ‘not-for-profit’ entities, civil society and think tanks, academia, eminent personnel and grassroots and ultimately create an inclusive ecosystem to enable attainment of results stipulated in the UNDAF, especially in the area of UNDP supported results.

What have we accomplished so far?

Who finances it?



Donor

Amount

Year

UNDP

$ 500000

2015

 

$ 29000

2014

Delivery in previous fiscal years

Year

Amount 

2015

$ 93665.83

2014

$ 8664.7

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