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Simone quatrini gm coordinator policy investment analysis

Monitoring and Evaluation of Financial Flows under the UNCCD: Standard Financial Annex (SFA)Programme / Project Sheet (PPS)

Simone Quatrini, GMCoordinator, Policy & Investment Analysis


Agenda

Agenda

  • 2008-2018  how resource mobilization objectives will be measured

  • Financial data why it is important and for what

  • Financial reporting guidelines  how to present financial data in UNCCD reports


Unccd strategic plan 2008 2018

UNCCD Strategic Plan 2008-2018

Strategic Objectives:

SO1: improve living conditions of affected populations

SO2: improve conditions of affected ecosystems

SO3: generate global benefits

SO4: mobilize financial resources through partnerships


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Performance and Impact Indicators

SO4 Expected Impacts

Expected Impact 4.1

Increased financial, technical and technological resources are made available to affected developing country Parties, and where appropriate Central and Eastern European countries, to implement the Convention.

Expected Impact 4.2

Enabling policy environments are improved for UNCCD implementation at all levels.


So4 impact indicators

SO4 Impact Indicators


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PerformanceIndicators

OO1 - awareness raisingOO2 - policy advocacyOO3 - science & technologyOO4 - capacity buildingOO5 - resource mobilization


Targets

Targets


Indicator based reporting prais

PRAIS

FIELD

www.unccd.int/prais/

www.gmfield.info

Indicator-based Reporting (PRAIS)

  • REPORTING TOOLS: guidelines for the collection and interpretation of data to inform the performance/impact indicators, and for compiling the SFA / PPS

  • TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE: trainings through sub-regional centres; assistance in the elaboration of reports; standard templates and e-tools to facilitate reporting; catalytic funding for the preparation of national reports

    3.PRAIS Portal: A KM System available online and off-line for monitoring, evaluating, and disseminating information


Prais project timeframe

11/09 12/09 01/10 02/10 03/10 04/10 05/10 06/10 07/10 08/10 09/10 10/10 11/10 12/10 01/11 02/11

PRAIS Project Timeframe

Project Formul./Approval

Engagement RCs

Reporting Tools : Develop/Transl

PRAIS Portal Dev / Testing

TOT

Trainings to NFPs

Compilation Reports – PRAIS input

Synthesis by GM+CCDSEC

UNOG translation

CRIC9


Agenda1

Agenda

  • 2008-2018  how resource mobilization objectives will be measured

  • Financial data why it is important and for what

  • Financial reporting guidelines  how to present financial data in UNCCD reports


Financial data requirements

inputs

outputs

Financial Data Requirements

what?

what for?

  • Financial commitments

  • Sources / Recipients

  • Funding / Spending Modalities

  • Relevance for UNCCD

  • Investments

  • Activities / Components

  • Beneficiaries / Users

  • Objectives / NAP / 10YSP

  • Funding sources/mechanisms

  • Amounts invested and trends

  • Funding available/opportunities

  • Planned/Achieved Results

  • Returns on Investment

  • Outcomes/Impacts


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financial commitments

To be annexed to the report

investment portfolio

To be annexed to the report

10-yr Strategy

SO4 – OO5 Financial Indicators

  • Resources made available and enabling environment

  • IIF, adequacy, predictability, timeliness, multi-stakeholder

Funding for Programmes/Projects

INPUTS

Contributions to Organizations

Allocations to relevant Initiatives

Project 1

Project 2

Project 3

OUTPUTS

Programme A

Programme B

Initiative X


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Source: OECD/DAC “Measuring aid targeting the Rio Conventions” May 2009


Agenda2

Agenda

  • 2008-2018  how resource mobilization objectives will be measured

  • Financial data why it is important and for what

  • Financial reporting guidelines  how to present financial data in UNCCD reports


Standard financial annex sfa

Standard Financial Annex – SFA

  • Focus: INPUTS

  • Objective: for each country Party and other reporting entities to inform the CRIC/COP of the financial resources it has allocated in the reporting period for activities related to the implementation of the Convention

  • Contents: the SFA is to be used to list all relevant financial commitments made by the reporting country/organization during the reporting period (e.g. in support of institutions, programmes, projects, as well as other relevant initiatives undertaken at national or international level for the implementation of the Convention)

  • Data requirements: for each financial commitment, the following data is required:

    • A.Identification (i.e. reporting country/entity, funding source, activity financed)

    • B.Basic data on the financial allocation (i.e. amount, type of spending, recipient, timeframe)

    • C.Classification of the activity financed (i.e. degree of relevance, type of remedies)


Rio markers

UNCCD only

Rio Markers

indicators of relevance of an activity for the objectives of a Rio Convention

www.oecd.org/dac/stats/rioconventions


Relevant activity codes racs

Relevant Activity Codes – RACs

typical remedies against desertification, land degradation and drought

5 Broad Categories:

  • Monitoring and research

  • Capacity development and planning

  • Resource management

  • Mitigation and recovery

  • Emergency response

    www.global-mechanism.org/RACs/


Sfa template part a

IFAD

IFAD

Participatory Irrigation Development Programme

IFAD511

SFA template – Part A


Sfa template part b

Tanzania

Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives

Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives

08/09/1999

SFA template – Part B


Cont d

USD

17 176 432

Loan

18/02/2000

30/09/2006

79

Cont’d

SFA template – Part B (cont’d)


Sfa template part c

3.2.7 Water Conservation3.1.1 Agriculture2.2.2 Community Development

IFAD Portfolio Review 1999-2005. Loan Summary Report. May 2006

SFA template – Part C


Programme project sheet pps

Programme / Project Sheet – PPS

  • Focus:OUTPUTS

  • Objective: for each reporting country/organization to inform the CRIC/COP about the activities related to the implementation of the Convention in which it has been involved during the reporting period, either as a funder, implementer or beneficiary

  • Contents: PPS are to be used to list all relevant ongoing or completed programme or projects, as well as those in the pipeline (e.g. project proposals submitted for funding)

  • Data requirements: emphasis in the PPS must be put on the characteristics of the operations or investments, with a view to provide a harmonized description of:

    • the overall financing structure

    • intended objectives

    • purpose/sectors

    • linkages/synergies with other Rio Conventions

    • results expected/achieved

  • Note: it is recommended that reporting countries/organizations involved in the same programme or project collaborate in the elaboration of the PPS in order to ensure consistency in the information submitted to the UNCCD


  • Purpose codes

    Purpose Codes

    • standard categories developed by OECD/DAC used to indicate the economic sectorthat is benefiting from a given funding or activity

    • specifically developed to track aid flows and to permit measuring the share of each sector, e.g. health, energy, agriculture

    • 26 main sectors

      www.oecd.org/dac/stats/crs/directives


    Pps template

    Participatory Irrigation Development Programme

    Vice-President Office,The United Republic of Tanzania

    Recipient

    20 Savings and credit associations (SACCOs)

    PPS template >>


    Pps template1

    Tanzania

    7840

    N.A.

    15700 smallholder farm families

    78500

    >> PPS Template >>


    Pps template2

    IFAD511

    18/02/2000

    30/09/2006

    >> PPS Template >>


    Simone quatrini gm coordinator policy investment analysis

    IFADUSD17 176 472GovernmentUSD3 117 000Ireland DCIUSD848 000WFPUSD3 561 000

    >>

    >> PPS Template >>


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    31140 Agriculture Water Resources43040 Rural Development

    Irrigation developmentUSD10000000 1 Water Cons.Agricultural developmentUSD5000000 1 AgricultureCapacity building of farmersUSD102580001 Comm. Dev.

    >>

    >> PPS Template >>


    Pps template3

    The strategic goal of the programme is sustainable improvement in smallholder incomes and household food-security. Its purpose is to enhance the institutional, organizational and technical capacities of farmers, the private sector, NGOs, civil-society organizations and government institutions, to construct, develop and sustain small-scale irrigation systems throughout the marginal areas of the United Republic of Tanzania.

    IFAD Portfolio Review 1999-2005. Loan Summary Report. May 2006

    >> PPS Template


    Simone quatrini gm coordinator policy investment analysis

    thank you


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