||2.1 The PBF should ensure that each project funded has a clear communication strategy and plan in place in line with the recommendations of UN guidance on ‘Communicating as One’ (2014). In the guide, the United Nations underlines the importance of a joint communications strategy, which includes shared messaging in support of the One Programme, and the development of standard joint communication products, as well as shared crisis communications and a common established visual identity for joint UN products and communications.
2.2 Assess the knowledge and skills of the UN Women and OHCHR project in results-based management (RBM) and take action to strengthen their capacities through various actions, such as coaching, mentorship or additional training. In addition, UN Women and OHCHR should ensure that RBM is effectively applied in programming, budgeting, monitoring and reporting. All joint interventions must meet RBM requirements. This measure/action will be very helpful with regard to the observed turnover of M&E staff in the two implementing UN agencies.