The 2013 Harmonized Results Report outlines UNRWA’s year to date achievements against its human development goals. The report describes the Agency’s main common and field-specific results under its regular budget, the General Fund. It also provides qualitative and quantitative analysis for selected key indicators outlining results by field of operation. Over the past biennium, the Agency has taken steps towards a more integrated and transparent methodology of monitoring performance. Monitoring of achievements takes place on a regular basis and at two levels, on a quarterly basis at the field level through quarterly management reviews, and on semi-annual and annual bases at the Agency-wide level through mid-year and annual results reviews. In these regular events, UNRWA focuses on reviewing how assistance has been used, what results have been achieved and how these changes are progressing towards achieving human development goals. The Agency relies on the RBM system to facilitate strategic results monitoring. The system allows field offices and headquarters (HQ) departments to systematically capture and assess progress towards set targets. The RBM system hosts monitoring structures such as Emergency Appeals, Projects and other frameworks set out by the Agency and, wherever possible, establishes linkages between them.