The ‘Delivering as One’ (DaO) initiative brings together the expertise, experience and capacities of UN agencies in Viet Nam to provide more coordinated and effective assistance. Through greater harmonization of its work and alignment with Viet Nam’s development priorities, the UN is achieving more coherence, better results and greater impact – for the benefit of all people in Viet Nam.
As Viet Nam continues to experience rapid social, economic and demographic change, the UN in Viet Nam aims to support the country to ensure balanced, equitable and sustainable development so that no-one is left behind. With Viet Nam changing, the UN must also evolve with it. The UN needs to provide relevant support to the Government and people of Viet Nam to address the challenges ahead and continue to progress towards higher levels of human development. To that effect, the UN is continuing to focus more on providing upstream policy advice to the Government, is speaking with One Voice on key policy issues, and is strengthening its focus on the most vulnerable and disadvantaged.
The 2011 Annual Report for the United Nations in Viet Nam provides an overview of key development results achieved in 2011 with UN support. The report highlights how the UN is contributing to a better life for the people of Viet Nam by helping to address issues such as inequality and inequity, creating decent jobs, enhancing social protection, improving the quality of education and health services, and effectively responding to climate change and natural disasters. The UN is supporting Viet Nam in several ways, from providing global expertise and policy advice to technical assistance and capacity development in key priority areas.
This document, the Social and Economic Development Policies PCG Results Matrix for 2011, is one of the eight PCG Results Matrices on which the 2011 Annual Report for the UN in Viet Nam is based.
A full list of all the matrices is provided below:
This document details the One Plan Expenditure by Output in 2011 for the UN in Viet Nam.
Ha Long city, Quang Ninh Province, Viet Nam, October 2011— According to the 2009 Population and Housing Census, young people aged between 10 to 24 years account for nearly 30 percent of the population. Young people in Viet Nam are the most mobile group, as many leave home for further studies, while others migrate seasonally or permanently for better job opportunities. Sexual and reproductive health norms and behavior are changing rapidly among young people in Viet Nam. One-third of young people still face barriers when trying to access reproductive health information or services they require and deserve.
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