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UNICEF Executive Board

Country programme documents

First regular session (6-8 February 2018)


In accordance with Executive Board decision 2014/1, country programme documents (CPDs) are considered and approved in one session, on a no-objection basis.

The draft common country programme document (CCPD) (UNDP, UNFPA, UNOPS and UNICEF) for Cabo Verde listed on this web page, along with the costed evaluation plan (CEP) is presented to the Executive Board for review from 30 October to 17 November 2017. The comment period for UNICEF Executive Board members is aligned with that of UNDP/UNFP/UNOPS.

The UNICEF draft CPDs for Ghana, Jordan and Mauritania listed on this web page, along with the respective CEPs, are presented to the Executive Board for review from 13 November to 1 December 2017.

Delegations are encouraged to share their comments in formal statements as follows:

• Cabo Verde: by Friday, 17 November 2017, or earlier
• Ghana, Jordan and Mauritania: by Friday, 1 December 2017, or earlier

Comments should be shared, preferably as an email attachment, with the Office of the Secretary of the Executive Board (OSEB), at oseb@unicef.org with the CCPD/CPD name in the subject heading. Statements will be posted to this web page under the relevant CCPD/CPD.

All statements will be:

     • made public on the Executive Board website;
     • discussed with the concerned Government and UNICEF regional and country offices; and
     • incorporated, as appropriate, into the final CCPD/CPD.

The final documents will be posted to the Executive Board web page in English six weeks ahead of the 2018 first regular session and in the other designated languages four weeks ahead of the session, in accordance with established practice.

Submit statements to OSEB:
The commenting period is closed.


Middle East and North Africa




Statements: DenmarkNetherlandsNorwaySweden

West and Central Africa

Cabo Verde (common country programme document)



Statements: United States












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