The UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (2021-2025) is the UN's multi-year strategic plan to guide the UN’s collective contribution to the realization of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals in Somalia.
Following the finalization of a number of key political milestones in Somalia, including the completion of the federalization map, landmark parliamentary and presidential elections, endorsement of the Somalia National Development Plan 2017-2019 (NDP) and expiry of the New Deal Compact and the UN’s Integrated Strategic Framework for Somalia 2014-2016, the UN has developed of a new UN system-wide planning framework.
The Integrated Strategic framework, which was signed in Mogadishu on 29 October 2014, is the first comprehensive plan of the United Nations in Somalia in over 20 years and marks a milestone in the partnership between Somalia and the UN. Spelling out the UN’s contribution to the implementation of the New Deal, the ISF is a clear expression of the UN’s commitment to support the Government and the Somali people in building a peaceful, stable and prosperous future.
United Nations General Assembly: Proposed resource requirements for the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia for the period of 1 January to 31 December 2014 [A/68/327/Add.7]