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Regional Programme Framework

 

Programme Structure based on
UNODC Mandates

The Regional Programme Framework (RPF) supports two thematic areas:

Rule of Law: The rule of law thematic area will focus on three specific pillars: (1) illicit trafficking, (2) governance, and (3) criminal justice. The rule of law thematic area will focus on three specific pillars: (1) illicit trafficking, (2) governance, and (3) criminal justice.

Health and development: In promoting health and development, the second thematic area will focus on the following three pillars: (4) drug demand reduction, (5) HIV/AIDS among injecting drug users, prisoners and other vulnerable groups, and (6) sustainable livelihoods. In promoting health and development, the second thematic area will focus on the following three pillars: (4) drug demand reduction, (5) HIV/AIDS among injecting drug users, prisoners and other vulnerable groups, and (6) sustainable livelihoods.

The RPF foresees UNODC engaging in collaboration with partner countries, international organizations as well as other UN agencies in support of the Millennium Development Goals and in pursuit of the UN's "delivering as one".

The RPF document outlines the human security impact which UNODC hopes to contribute towards in the plan period (2009-2012). It contains specific outcomes and outputs which will be measured to assess progress made by Member States in addressing human security challenges, as well as the effectiveness of UNODC's contribution. It also provides information on how UNODC will manage its support to this broad programme of work.