Standard Basic Framework Agreement (SBFA) is the legal agreement between the host Government and UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) outlining general conditions for UNDP cooperation under which all UNDP programme activities are carried out. The agreement applicable to UNDP activities in Serbia was initially signed by the Government (Federal Executive Council) of Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) in 1988. The Government of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY), as the legal successor state of SFRY reaffirmed the validity and applicability of this Agreement in 1992. Equally, legal successor states of FRY, namely State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, and the Republic of Serbia have also reaffirmed the validity and applicability of the SBFA originally signed in 1988.
United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) seeks to answer questions about the role to be played by the United Nations (UN) system and its agencies, funds and programmes in helping shape the future of Serbia. UNDAF also serves to ensure that the UN system development cooperation has greater long-term impact.
Country Programme Document (CPD): Dialogue with the government of Serbia resulted in the CPD for the programme cycle 2016-2020. The CPD is prepared by the Government in consultation with the UNDP Country Office in Serbia. This document identifies key goals and opportunities for UNDP support to national programmes and priorities, consistent with the development goals endorsed by the Executive Board of UNDP. The CPD is submitted to and approved by UNDP's Executive Board.
UNDP Strategic Plan: 2018–2021 Helping countries to achieve the simultaneous eradication of poverty and significant reduction of inequalities and exclusion.