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Inputting joint workplan information into UN INFO


  • Organization: UNV - United Nations Volunteers
  • Location: Beirut
  • Grade: Level not specified - Level not specified
  • Occupational Groups:
  • Closing Date: Closed


Mission and objectives

A United Nations Resident Coordinator is one of the highest United Nations official in Lebanon. The Resident Coordinator is the designated representative of the UN Secretary General and leader of United Nations Country Team comprised of UN Agencies, Funds and Programmes present in country, of which Lebanon has 27. In a times of crisis, the Resident Coordinator is also the Humanitarian Coordinator. The Resident Coordinator in Lebanon aims to bring together the different UN agencies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of operational activities at the country level. The RC seeks to promote effective dialogue and interaction of the UN system with multilateral, bilateral and non-governmental organizations active in development cooperation for national development. The UN Country Team develops, in close cooperation with the Government of Lebanon, a coherent frame of reference for cooperation and assistance by the UN system. The UN Resident Coordinator’s Office (UNRCO) supports the UN Resident Coordinator in his roles and functions. The UNRCO in Lebanon provides inter-agency coordination support to the UN Country Team and its various sub-groups. The support includes strategic planning, programme and operations management, policy guidance, as well as knowledge management, advocacy and communications, all seeking to enhance UN coherence and improve overall programme impact to better achieve results.


The UN in Lebanon is finalizing its 2023 Joint workplan for the UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF). The joint workplan is split into 4 main priorities: People, Prosperity, Peace and Governance, and Planet. The UN in Lebanon will be using UN INFO, a reporting system, for the first time. The UN in Lebanon has been working offline with excel sheets to gather the majority of the information required in the Joint workplan, and now plans to add the missing information in UN INFO. The Online Volunteers would be adding the existing information into UN INFO for the agencies to finalize adding the missing information. There are about 140 indicators in the joint workplan and about 150+ entries of project that would need to be added online, which will be split amongst the two volunteers.

Task description

The Online Volunteers will be inputting information from excel sheets into the UN INFO system ( for the 2023 Joint Workplan. The kind of M&E information to be inputted is: indicator name, units, baselines, targets, name/baseline/targets of disaggregation, UN agency, means of verification, and any comments, if any. The kind of project information to be inputted is: project name, start/end date, status, UN agencies, SDG targets, contributing partners (donors), required funding, available funding, response plan, joint programme, other partners. All the information to be inputted will come from different excel sheets, one for M&E information, and potentially two others for the project information.

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