The Office of the Ombudsman for the United Nations Funds and Programmes (which serves employees of UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNOPS and UN-Women) has published a report covering its activities in 2015. Recently-appointed Ombuds, Giuseppe de Palo and Alayne Frankson-Wallace, report that their office handled 458 cases in the last calendar year, 80% of which came from field offices.
In addition to case data, De Palo and Frankson-Wallace also report on transition and outreach activities. They summarize a range of recommendations that cut across their five different organizations. (UNFP 2015 Ombuds Report.)
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