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1. Documents to be considered at the 2010 operational activities segment

1.a. Follow-up to policy recommendations of the General Assembly and the Council

  • Report of the Secretary-General on results achieved and measures and processes implemented in follow-up to General Assembly resolution 62/208 on the triennial comprehensive policy review of operational activities for development of the United Nations (E/2010/70)
  • Report of the Secretary -General on comprehensive statistical analysis of the financing of operational activities for development of the United Nations system for 2008 (A/65/79-E/2010/76)
  • Report of the Secretary -General on the functioning of the resident coordinator system, including costs and benefits (E/2010/53)
  • Report of the Secretary-General on actions taken by the Executive Boards and Governing Bodies of the United Nations funds, programmes and specialized agencies in the area of simplification and harmonization of the United Nations development system (E/2010/52) 
  • Letter dated 3 December 2009 from the Permanent Representative of Rwanda to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General (A/64/578)

1.b. Reports of the Executive Boards of the United Nations Development Programme/United Nations Population Fund, the United Nations Children’s Fund and the World Food Programme

  • Report of the Executive Board of the United Nations Development Programme/United Nations Population Fund on its work during 2009 (E/2009/35(SUPP))
  • Annual report of the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme and the Executive Director of the United Nations Population Fund for 2009 (E/2010/5)
  • Report of the Executive Board of the United Nations Children’s Fund on its first, second and annual sessions of 2009 (E/2009/34/Rev.1- E/ICEF/2009/7/Rev.1)
  • Report of the Executive Board of the United Nations Children’s Fund on the work of its first regular session (E/2010/34 (Part I)–E/ICEF/2010/7 (Part I))
  • Report of the Executive Board of the United Nations Children’s Fund on the work of its 2010 first regular session: Addendum: Joint meeting of the Executive Boards of the UNDP/UNFPA, UNICEF and WFP (E/2010/34 (Part I)/Add.1–E/ICEF/2010/7 (Part I)/Add.1)
  • Annual report of the Executive Director of the United Nations Children’s Fund for 2009 (E/2010/6–E/ICEF/2010/3)
  • Report of the Executive Board of the World Food Programme on its 2009 sessions (E/2010/36)
  • Annual report of the World Food Programme for 2009 (E/2010/14)

1.c. South-South cooperation for development

  • Report of the High-level Committee on South-South Cooperation on its sixteenth session (A/65/39, Supp. No. 39) 

2. Other relevant documents

2.a. Mandate

  • Triennial comprehensive policy review of operational activities for development of the United Nations system (A/RES/62/208)
  • System-wide coherence (A/RES/62/277)
  • Operational activities for development (A/RES/63/232)
  • System-wide coherence (A/RES/63/311)
  • Progress in the implementation of General Assembly resolution 62/208 on the triennial comprehensive policy review of operational activities for development of the United Nations system (ECOSOC Resolution 2008/2)
  • Progress in the implementation of General Assembly resolution 62/208 on the triennial comprehensive policy review of operational activities for development of the United Nations system (ECOSOC Resolution 2009/1)

2.b. Relevant reports

  • Report of the Secretary-General on the management process for the implementation of General Assembly resolution 62/208 on the triennial comprehensive policy review of operational activities for development of the United Nations system (E/2008/49)
  • Report of the Secretary-General on the functioning of the resident coordinator system, including costs and benefits (E/2008/60)
  • Report of the Secretary-General on the functioning of the resident coordinator system, including costs and benefits (E/2009/76)
  • Report of the Secretary-General on the human resources challenges within the United Nations development system at the country level (E/2009/75)

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