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Annex A. UNSDF Results & Resources Framework, 2018-2022

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STRATEGIC PRIORITY 1: Strengthened Institutions



National Development Priorities or Goals:

Jordan Vision 2025 – Efficient and Effective Government; Safe and Stable Society

Sustainable Development Goals:

All 17 SDGs

Outcome



Indicators


Baseline



Targets



Means of Verification/ Data Source



Potential Partners



Medium Term Common Budgetary Framework (USD $)



TOTAL (c)



Projected to be available (A)



To be mobilized (funding gap) (B)



Outcome 1

Institutions in Jordan at national and local levels are more responsive, inclusive, accountable, transparent and resilient.

1.1 Proportion of population satisfied with the last experience of public services

25%

(based on Independent Republican Institute survey)


28%

Perception Survey supported by UNDP

Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation (MOPIC); Ministry of Agriculture (MoA); Ministry of Water and Irrigation (MoWI); Ministry of Environment (MoEn);

Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Ministry of Labour;

Ministry of Social Development (MSD); Ministry of Youth (MoY); Ministry of Interior (MOI); Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs (MOIA) - Ifta’a Department;

Ministry of Finance (MOF); Ministry of Municipal Affairs (MOMA); Ministry of Culture (MOC); Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities (MOTA); Ministry of Education (MOE); Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MOHE); Ministry of Health (MOH),; Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MOPWH); Ministry of Justice (MOJ)

NCARE, General Corporation for Cooperatives (GCC); Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST); National TB Programme and National HIV Programme; Jordanian Armed Forces, Counter Trafficking Unit; Department of Statistics; Jordan National Commission on Women; JOHUD; Princess Basma Youth Centers; Information and Research Center of the King Hussein Foundation, AWLN, JWU; NCHR;
Independent Elections Commission;

Integrity and Anti-Corruption Commission;

Inter-Ministerial Committees for Decentralization;
Department of Antiquities; Petra Archaeological Park; Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority;
Institute of Family Health (IFH); JHASI; NCFA; SRAD;
High Health Council, Higher Population Council; Public Security Directorate; National Aid Fund; Zakat Fund;
Judicial Council; MoI/ PSD along with other relevant Security and Border Institutions and Customs
Parliament; Parliamentary Women’s Caucus; Governorate Councils; Municipalities; Greater Amman Municipality;
Private sector;

NGOs;


INGOs;

USAID




 


1.2 Existence of functional systems to track and make public allocations for gender equality and women’s empowerment

System exists to track at national level

System exists to track at decentralized (governorate) level

Ministry of Finance/General Budget Department Circular

1.3 Ranking of Jordan on the corruption perception index and the open budget system

Corruption- 57/176

(2016)



Maintain at 57

Corruption Perceptions Index

1.4 Existence of national and local disaster risk reduction strategies

0 - only an early draft strategy exists and will be considerably reviewed and modified

3- One national strategy and Two local strategies

National Disaster Commission

1.5 Number of laws and policies which are adopted and/or modified in line with international/UN standards and conventions

2 laws (Juvenile Law & Domestic Violence Law); 6 Bylaws (Juvenile Law)

Additional 1 law (childhood law & penal code), 8 bylaws (4 domestic violence law & 4 childhood law)

UNICEF on CRC


Labour ministerial level decrees (7 within last 12 months)

TBD

ILO on Labour conventions


2 - Memorandum of Understanding between the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the UNHCR in 1998 and amended in 2014
Administrative instructions from the Ministry of Interior

3-

National legislation addressing the status of refugees and asylum seekers in Jordan


UNHCR on Convention on Status of Refugees



3 Laws and by-laws -(Amendments of Penal Code, Domestic Violence Protection Law, Flexible working hours by-law)

5- (Domestic Violence Law, Protection Order bylaw, Penal Code, Citizenship Law and Personal Status Law)

UN Women on CEDAW



1- (Law on Anti-human trafficking; Law nr. 9, 2009. In line with the Palermo protocol, adopted in 2009 and currently under revision)

Ratification and translation into national law of the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families

IOM on International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families



Public Health Law

Mental Health articles of public health law modified

Tobacco Control articles of public health law modified


Health Security articles of public health law modified

Mental Health convention, UN Convention for the Right of People with Disability (UNCRPD) (Jordan signed the convention on 2007 and ratified on 2008)
Framework Convention of Tobacco Control (Jordan signed the convention on 2004 and ratified on 2005)

International Health Regulations (IHR) (Jordan adopted in 2005)



STRATEGIC PRIORITY 2: Empowered People



National Development Priorities or Goals:

Jordan Vision 2025 – Active Citizens with a Sense of Belonging; Safe and Stable Society

Sustainable Development Goals:



  • SDG 1: End poverty in all its forms.]

  • SDG2: End hunger, achieve food security and improve nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture

  • SDG3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

  • SDG4: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all

  • SDG 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls

  • SDG 6: Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all

  • SDG 10: Reduce inequality within and among countries

  • SDG 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns

Outcome



Indicators


Baseline



Targets



Means of Verification/ Data Source



Potential Partners



Medium Term Common Budgetary Framework (USD)



TOTAL (c)



Projected to be available (A)



To be mobilized (funding gap) (B)



Outcome 2:

People especially the vulnerable proactively claim their rights and fulfil their responsibilities for improved human security and resilience.


2.1 Youth Development Index



0.586 ranking as the 114th

TBD

Global Youth Development Index and Report

MOPIC, MoA; MoWI; MoEn;

MOI


MOSD;

MOH, MOL; MoI;


JNCW; ARDD; REACH; ASK; Jordan Education for Employment, Galaxy Foundation; Business Development Center;

Network for CHW and Mobile Team; GCC; JUST; Institute of Family Health (IFH); JHASI, HPC; NCFA; NCHR; Higher Population Council;

Department of Statistics;

Vocational Training Corporations (VTC); National Employment and Training Company (NET);


Municipalities;

Governorates;

Parliament;

NGOs; INGOs;

Private Sector;

Academia;

USAID


 

 

2.2 Women’s labour force participation

14% (2017)

18%

Human Development ReportDepartment of Statistics (DOS)

2.3 Life expectancy

73.2

75

DOS Annual Statistical Report

2.4 Early marriage rate

3.7% of 13-17 year old girls; 2% of Jordanian girls; 13% of Syrian girls in the age group (2015 census)

TBD

Department of Statistics

2.5 Child labor rate

75,982 children are engaged in economic activities (2016)

TBD

National Child Labor Survey

2.6 Maximum number of refugees benefitting from partners’ programmes

-

TBD

UNHCR database

2.7 Perception of people (including refugees) that domestic violence is acceptable

Target to be set according to 2017 baseline data soon available (2017 data to be available)

TBD

Jordan Population and Family Health Survey
To be included in M&E Plan (UNICEF, UN Women, and UNFPA to support)

STRATEGIC PRIORITY 3: Enhanced Opportunities



National Development Priorities or Goals:

Jordan Vision 2025-Dynamic and Globally Competitive Private Sector; Active Citizens with A Sense of Belonging

Sustainable Development Goals:



  • SDG 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls

  • SDG 8: Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment

  • SDG 9: Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovations

  • SDG 13: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts

  • SDG 16: Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels

Outcome



Indicators


Baseline



Targets



Means of Verification/ Data Source



Potential Partners



Medium Term Common Budgetary Framework (USD)



TOTAL (c)



Projected to be available (A)



To be mobilized (funding gap) (B)



Outcome 3:

Enhanced opportunities for inclusive engagement of all people living in Jordan within the social, economic, environmental, and political spheres.

3.1 Proportion of seats held by women in national parliament and locally elected councils.

 2016 Parliamentary elections- 15.4%
2016 Municipal and Governorate elections: Women elected to Mayoral positions: 0%

Women elected to Governorate Councils: 10.8%

Women elected to Local Councils: 12.9%

Women holding seats on Municipal Councils: 41.8%



2020 Parliamentary elections- 30%
2020 Municipal and Governorate elections: Women elected to Mayoral positions: 30%

Women elected to Governorate Councils: 30%

Women elected to Local Councils: 30%

Women holding seats on Municipal Councils: 50%



Independent Election Commission

MOPIC; MoA, MoWI, MoEn; MOL; MOSD; MOI; MOIT; MOENV; MOE; MOMA; MOC; MOH; MOPWH; MOL; MOMA; MOTA; MOC

Jordan National Commission for Women; Institute of Family Health (IFH); JHASI; HPC; Department of Statistics; Jordan Education for Employment; Galaxy Foundation; Business Development Center; NCFA,Garment design and training services center; JEDCO; GCC; JUST;

Parliament;

Municipalities;

Local Councils;
Private sector;

NGOs; INGOs;

USAID


 

3.2 Voter turnout in national and local elections

2016 Parliamentary

elections: 36.1% of registered voters.

Turnout by women: 32.7% of registered women voters

Turnout by young: 37.9% of registered voters aged 18-24

2017 local elections:

Total Turnout: 31.7% of registered voters.

Turnout by women: 28.7% of registered women voters

Turnout by youth: 33.3% of registered voters aged 18-24


2020 Parliamentary

elections: 45% of registered voters.

Turnout by women: 38% of registered women voters

Turnout by young: 42% of registered voters aged 18-24


2021 local elections:

Total Turnout: 39% of registered voters.

Turnout by women:

35% of registered women voters

Turnout by youth:

38% of registered voters aged 18-24


Independent Election Commission, Department of Statistics

3.3 Press Freedom Index

138/180 (2017)

TBD

World Press Freedom Index

3.4 Employment rate

30.5% (2016)
Women above the age of 15: 10%
Share of youth: 16.7%

35%
Women – 15%

Youth – 18%



Department of Statistics

3.4 The Proportion of Youth Not in Employment, Education, or Training (NEET)

21.65% (2016)

17%

Department of Statistics Employment and Unemployment Survey


3.5 Number of Collective Bargaining Agreements at Sector Level

6

12

Ministry of Labour


3.6 % of registered Syrian youth refugees that are NEET

TBD

TBD

Labour Force Survey


3.7 Number of beneficiaries of the Jordan Compact initiatives

TBD

TBD

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