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Official development assistance in central europe odace

Canadian International Development Agency

Agence canadienne de développementinternational

Official Development Assistancein Central Europe (ODACE)

Lessons Learnt


Odace basics

Canadian International Development Agency

Agence canadienne de développementinternational

ODACE -Basics

  • Project duration: Nov 2001-2007

  • Project budget: $12 Million

  • Partner Countries (PCs): Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia

  • Two integrated project components: capacity-building (2001-05) and trilateral cooperation (2004-07)

    GOALS:

  • A contribution to donor harmonization and alignment

  • Increasing the net quantity of international aid available to the developing world


Capacity building for oda

Canadian International Development Agency

Agence canadienne de développementinternational

Capacity Building for ODA

  • Constructing the institutional infrastructure (MFAs, Dev. Centers)

  • Developing the strategic and policy frameworks (IDPs, Country Strategy Papers)

  • Enhancing the skill base (training staff)

  • Generating political and public support (Working with different constituencies: MPs, Platforms, Academia)

  • Creating programming and funding mechanisms

  • Enhancing delivery capacity (working with NGDOs)


Trilateral programming action learning

Canadian International Development Agency

Agence canadienne de développementinternational

Trilateral Programming – Action Learning

  • Projects in third countries that are funded on a matching basis by CIDA and the PC

  • Projects that are approved by the PC and endorsed by CIDA

  • 43 projects approved

    - 25 with Slovakia - 8 with Hungary

    • 2 with Lithuania - 4 with Czech Republic

    • 4 with Latvia


Odace what worked

Canadian International Development Agency

Agence canadienne de développementinternational

ODACE: What Worked?

  • Assisting Platforms as the „neutral” partner

  • Improving statistical reporting – a critically important step towards political support for ODA

  • Creating support among different constituencies through the involvement in the program

  • Through the tri-lateral mechanism, create more transparent, open project mechanisms


Odace challenges

Canadian International Development Agency

Agence canadienne de développementinternational

ODACE: Challenges

  • Managing different demands from 8 countries flexibly and fast enough

  • Differences in legal frameworks and maneuvering within the possibilities

  • Speeding up change in the absence of pioneers

  • Making the transition from project to program thinking

  • Helping NMS create large enough institutions to manage turnover

  • Creating true tri-lateral project cooperation in third countries


Conclusion what next

Canadian International Development Agency

Agence canadienne de développementinternational

Conclusion- What Next?

  • Romania and Bulgaria next?

  • USAID looking at the ODACE model

  • Doing Tri-Lateral not as a project but as a donor mechanism


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