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ONE YEAR AFTER BRUSSELS DONOR CONFERENCE. TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL GEORGIA 20 OCTOBER 2009. PLEDGED AID (1). TOTAL AMOUNT 4.55 BLD USD – 1,000 USD PER PERSON 38 COUNTRIES AND 15 INSTITUTIONS 95% PLEDGED BY 13 DONORS – 7 COUNTRIES AND 6 INSTITUTIONS. PLEDGED AID (2).

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One year after brussels donor conference

ONE YEAR AFTER BRUSSELS DONOR CONFERENCE

TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL

GEORGIA

20 OCTOBER 2009


Pledged aid 1
PLEDGED AID (1)

  • TOTAL AMOUNT 4.55 BLD USD – 1,000 USD PER PERSON

  • 38 COUNTRIES AND 15 INSTITUTIONS

  • 95% PLEDGED BY 13 DONORS – 7 COUNTRIES AND 6 INSTITUTIONS


Pledged aid 2
PLEDGED AID (2)

  • BIGGEST COUNTRY DONOR US – 1 BLN USD

  • BIGGEST INSTITUTION DONOR – EBRD 927 MLN USD

  • MORE THAN ½ LOANS - CONCESSIONAL


Pledged aid 3
PLEDGED AID (3)

  • SPENDING PRIORITIES:

    DIRECT BUDGET SUPPORT

    ENERGY

    ROADS

    MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE

    IDPS

    SOCIAL ASSISTANCE

    AGRICULTURE

    ENVIRONMENT

    BANKING SECTOR


Pledged aid 4
PLEDGED AID (4)

  • COMMITTED IN 2008: 795 MLN USD

    403 MLN USD DIRECT BUDGET SUPPORT

    MORE THAN HALF GRANTS

  • COMMITTED IN 2009: OVER 1.850 MLN USD

    143 MLN USD DIRECT BUDGET SUPPORT

    2/3 LOANS


Pledged aid 5
PLEDGED AID (5)

  • US FUNDING:

    250 MLN USD DIRECT BUDGET SUPPORT

    60 MLN USD MCC (REGIONAL ROAD)

    13 MLN USD (GAS STORAGE FACILITY)

    26 MLN USD (REG. INFRASTRUCTURE)

    100 MLN USD (STABILIZATION/RECONSTR)

    1 MLN USD MCC (ADMINISTRATIVE)

    53.3 MLN USD (ECONOMIC SUPPORT)

    242 MLN USD (ECONOMY, PEACE, GOVERN)

    176 MLN USD OPIC (BUSINESS SUPPORT)


Positive developments 1
POSITIVE DEVELOPMENTS (1)

  • ESSENTIAL SUPPORT: POLITICAL, FISCAL AND ECONOMIC (FDI DROP TO 20%)

  • 53% ALREADY COMMITTED

  • FUNDING HELPED TO MAINTAIN ECONOMIC ACTIVITY, REDUCE BUDGET DEFICIT, PAY SALARIES/PENSIONS, STRENGTHEN BANKING SECTOR


Positive developments 2
POSITIVE DEVELOPMENTS (2)

  • TRANSPARENT AID BREAKDOWN (MINISTRY OF FINANCE DATABASES POSTED ON INTERNET)

  • COOPERATION WITH THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE (REGULAR MEETINGS WITH GEORGIAN NGOS)

  • TRANSPARENT MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT FUND PROJECTS BREAKDOWN (ONE OF THE CHIEF IMPLEMENTORS)


Positive developments 3
POSITIVE DEVELOPMENTS (3)

  • SOME GOVERNMENT AGENCIES RESPONDING TO CRITICISM

  • NGOS AND MEDIA MONITORING AID

  • IDP ASSISTANCE MORE COMPREHENSIVE AND LONG-TERM


Concerns to date 1
CONCERNS TO DATE (1)

  • DOMINANCE OF POLITICS (OPPOSITION REFUSAL TO ENGAGE IN THE ANTI-CRISIS COUNCIL ACTIVITIES)

  • WEAK DEMOCRACY

  • LACK OF POLITICAL CONDITIONS

  • LACK OF PARTICIPATORY PROCESS OF AID DISTRIBUTION DECISION-MAKING


Concerns to date 2
CONCERNS TO DATE (2)

  • POOR PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE OF AND UNDERSTANDING OF SPENDING PRIORITIES

  • SPEEDY PROCESS AND INSUFFICIENT PLANNING

  • WEAK OVERSIGHT INSTITUTIONS

  • AID NOT ALWAYS TIED TO CAPACITY BUILDING


Concerns to date 3
CONCERNS TO DATE (3)

  • NOT ENOUGH EMPHASIS ON QUALITY AND IMPACT ASSESSMENT

  • INSUFFICIENT SUPPORT OF NGO MONITORING EFFORTS

  • LACK OF SUFFICIENT DONOR TRANSPARENCY


Concerns to date 4
CONCERNS TO DATE (4)

  • TWO-WAY COMMUNICATION

  • PROGRESS ASSESSMENT AND GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY

  • FORMALIZED PROCESS


Recommendations 1
RECOMMENDATIONS (1)

  • POLITICAL CONDITIONS: MEASURABLE AND PUBLIC

  • TRANSPARENCY OF FUNDING DECISION-MAKING / CLEAR JUSTIFICATION

  • COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF IMPLEMENTING AGENCIES AND OVERSIGHT MECHANISMS


Recommendations 2
RECOMMENDATIONS (2)

  • BETTER PLANNING AND COMMUNICATION

  • MORE EMPHASIS ON QUALITY ASSESSMENT

  • SUPPORTING MONITORING ACTIVITIES

  • INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS

  • BETTER DONOR TRANSPARENCY


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