Stage 4: What, who, when

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Explore the headings for a summary of what happens in Stage 4.

What: After the Partnership Plan is agreed, the In-Country Facilitator and Focal Points (FPs) make sure that each stakeholder delivers on tasks and progresses on their action items (as identified in the Plan).

Who: Member country FPs; In-Country Facilitator.

When: As determined in the Partnership Plan.

What: The Focal Points (FPs) and In-Country Facilitator organize a discussion on suitable tracking systems, using existing implementing partner tracking matrices and data collection systems to identify major trends. Tracking systems should emphasize NDC implementation actions that promote gender equality. This information also goes to the Support Unit (SU). The SU puts it into the Knowledge Management System, from where they take major lessons-learned, key takeaways, or best practices to share across the wider global network of the Partnership.

Who: FPs; In-Country Facilitator; IPs; Support Unit.

When: As determined in the Partnership Plan.

What: The In-Country Facilitator regularly communicates results and progress toward Plan goals to the Support Unit (SU). The SU records and archives this information into the Partnership's Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) framework and data collection systems. 

Who: FPs; In-Country Facilitator; IPs; Support Unit.

When: As determined in the Partnership Plan.

What: Each year, the FPs and partners determine whether the Partnership Plan should be revised to address changing conditions or opportunities for increased ambition. To inform their decision, they use M&E results and progress reports. 

Who: FPs; In-Country Facilitator; IPs; Support Unit.

When: As determined in the Partnership Plan.