2022 Report of the Chair of the UNSDG on the Development Coordination Office
Four years ago, Member States agreed on a comprehensive reform to unite the UN development system behind our collective commitment to advance the 2030 Agenda. Despite a complex global context, the returns on investments in coordination are tangible. Programme countries, contributing countries and the UN development system (UNDS) at large acknowledge the value of reforms, with the pivotal role of the reinvigorated Resident Coordinator (RC) system leading a new generation of United Nations Country Teams (UNCTs). The positive impact is also backed by the General Assembly’s (GA) review of the RC system in 2021.
This report provides an overview of both achievements and challenges of the Development Coordination Office (DCO) and the RC system, and complements the 2022 Secretary-General’s Quadrennial Comprehensive Policy Review (QCPR) report.
To view the interactive version of the report, visit the 2022 UNSDG Chair Report on DCO online report.