The new generation Common Country Analysis (CCA) refers not only to a document/report, but rather to the ongoing analytical function of the United Nations system in programme countries. The CCA is being updated to identify actual or anticipated shifts in national development landscape. It serves to provide an updated public analysis by the UN to stakeholders and partners, helping the UN and partners in identifying course corrections that might be needed in the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF). The regularly updated analysis will also equip the UNCT to engage with government and other relevant stakeholders in policy dialogue and advocacy about pathways towards achieving the SDGs.
In 2022, the UN Country Team presents the findings of Country Analysis as the combination of the following evidence products:
• Country Situation Update providing developmental trends and gaps in SDG financing structured around 5P (People, Prosperity, Planet, Peace and Partnerships) dimensions;
• Results Groups Factsheets covering five outcomes of the UNSDCF for 2021-2025 to facilitate the discussions of the joint results and work plans around SDG acceleration areas.
• Policy Briefs to inform policy dialogue and joint proposals for SDG financing.
Following the 2030 Agenda LNOB principle, thecurrent package of thePolicy Briefs use the advantage of the new data from the two recent surveys (on Persons with Disabilities and Women’s Health and Family Status) allowing to cover the situation of the groups most at risk of being left behind as defined in the initial CCA.
Some changes in data and indicators are possible after receiving the feedback from the government following the UN Country Team presentations at the Results Groups and the UNSDCF Steering Committee.