The 2022 Annual Operational Report (AOR) describes Agency progress towards the attainment of the strategic outcomes set out in the UNRWA MTS. Building on efforts to harmonize results reporting and consistent with Grand Bargain14 and Funding Compact15 commitments and principles enshrined under the 2005 Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness,16 the AOR provides a holistic view of programming implemented by the Agency and consolidates the 2022 Report of the Commissioner-General to the General Assembly and UNRWA annual reports in relation to the 2022 oPt EA and the 2022 Syria, Lebanon and Jordan EA. It also contains an analysis of progress achieved against programmatic and resource mobilization targets set out under the MTS common monitoring matrix (CMM) and the Agency’s Resource Mobilization Strategy 2019- 22 (RMS). In addition, the AOR details achievements and areas where targets have not been met. A series of annexes include results frameworks and key statistics.
Results reporting is derived from the UNRWA Results- Based Monitoring (RBM) system which enables data collection and analysis against MTS strategic outcomes. The system also hosts monitoring structures for EAs, projects and other results frameworks used by the Agency. Data is collected and analysed on a quarterly basis and on a semi-annual basis through UNRWA-wide results reviews.