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close this bookJobs for Africa - Towards a Programme of Action - Report of the ILO/UNDP Programme on Employment Generation and Poverty Reduction (ILO - UNDP, 1997, 107 p.)
close this folderAnnex
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Open this folder and view contentsPart 1: Context
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View the documentPart 4: Development Objective
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View the documentPart 6: Benchmarks for Success
View the documentPart 7: Inputs
View the documentPart 8: Risks
View the documentPart 9: Prior Obligations and Prerequisites
View the documentPart 10: Project Reviews, Reporting and Evaluation
View the documentPart 11: Legal Context
View the documentPart 12: Budgets
View the documentAnnex I: Typical sequences of Project activities at National level
View the documentAnnex II: Schedule of Project
View the documentAnnex III: Job Descriptions Project Manager/CTA

Part 11: Legal Context

11.1 The project document shall be the instrument referred to as such in Article I, paragraph 1, of the Standard Basic Assistance Agreement between the United Nations Development Programme and the Governments of those countries which have signed such an agreement.

11.2 The following types of revisions may be made to this project document with the signature of the Chief of the Division for Regional Programmes (DRP) of the Regional Bureau for Africa (RBA) provided that he/she is assured that the other signatories of the project document have no objection to the proposed changes:

11.2.1 · Revisions which do not involve significant changes in the immediate objectives or activities of the project but are caused by rearrangement of inputs already agreed to or by cost increases due to inflation;

11.2.2 · Mandatory annual revisions which rephase the delivery of agreed project inputs, or reflect increased expert or other costs due to inflation, or take into account agency expenditure flexibility.