Many innovations have been introduced in the performance review and assessment of implementation system (PRAIS) by decisions taken at COP 10. Other differences in the 2012-2013 reporting are related to decisions taken previously by Parties but which are to be implemented only in 2012-2013.
Following the on-line consultations with Parties, the secretariat has finalized and published the revised reporting templates for affected (ACP) and developed country Parties (DCP) in the six UN official languages, as well as the other reporting tools (the reporting manual and the glossary).
Download the last updated version of the ACP and DCP templates, as well as the other reporting tools, from the right side banner, the box on the lower right bottom on this page.
The publication on the UNCCD website of the first version of the ACP and DCP templates marks the starting of the 2012-2013 reporting and review process. The Bureau of the COP, at its meeting in Bonn on 5-6 November 2012, after having reviewed the status of the reporting process and the outcomes of the GEF funding for enabling activities, decided that all reports received by 30 October 2012 will be considered for the preliminary analysis and the CRIC review.
The preliminary analysis documents for CRIC 11 have been prepared by the secretariat and the Global Mechanism from December 2012 to mid-January 2013. The analyses will follow the guidelines agreed upon by Parties by decision 14/COP.10
According to the decision taken by the Bureau of the COP, CRIC 11 will take place in Bonn from 15-19 April 2013.
The timeframe below contains more detailed information on specific actions, milestones and relevant deadlines. As per decision 14/COP.10, the timetable is made available on the UNCCD website.