Aid Management Platform (AMP). DPs’ Induction course Court Yard Hotel, 21 October 2013. Outline. Introduction Achievement Challenges and Way forward. Introduction.
Aid Management Platform (AMP). DPs’ Induction course Court Yard Hotel, 21 October 2013
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Aid Management Platform (AMP).DPs’ Induction courseCourt Yard Hotel, 21 October 2013
Before 2008, Tanzania managed ODA information in Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, due to inadequate of spreadsheet to meet different demands of stakeholders, the GoURT in collaboration with DGF by support of UNDP and Government of Switzerland adopted the AMP in 2008 which then officially launched in Aug 2010.
Is a web based data base designed to enable better management and coordination of development assistance;
Started with Version 1.16 and In March 2013 upgraded to Version 2.3
MoF- Ext Finance Department is a responsible for the Management of AMP whereby its effective working depends on collaborative efforts of all Development Stakeholders includes GoURT, DPs and NSAs.
It used in planning, recording, tracking and reporting of development assistance flows in Tanzania.
It is customized to suit Tanzania country needs (MKUKUTA/ MKUZA) clusters and goals and monitoring and evaluation of external resources.
As it helps to manage development assistance according to national priorities and measure impact in line with the FYDP, MKUKUTA/MKUZA and MDGs as well as to support progress toward JAST/Paris Declaration/DAF/Busan objectives;
Achievements of AMP
Since the start of implementation of AMP, Annually and Monthly reports have been generated and published.
Accessibility of data is now easy since data are online.
The customizing of AMP to Public Workspace were enabled.
100% 0f GBS&BF data for MTEF used for planning/budgeting are being provided.
26 Ministries and all DPs focal point staffs have trained on AMP.
AMP Guidance Notes have been developed for AMP Users to use and follow their roles and responsibilities in order to ensure the sustainable use of the system.
Not all Users entering Aid information (Disbursement and Commitments) on time.
Linking AMP with other database (EPICA, IAT,IFMS and Debt Management Databases).
Aid Predictability particularly project funds (A 3 years MTEF projection) are not 100% provided.
Capturing of D- funds and NSAs have been still a challenge
Resources availability challenge to roll out AMP to LGAs and other stakeholders.
Though data are online but the system depends much internet availability, which is not reliable.
Find more financial resources to roll out AMP to all stakeholders and make sure they started to use it according to the authorized Guidance Note.(Engage a broad participation of actors in AMP as agreed in Busan)
Continue with Data cleaning and validation exercise to ensure reliable data in the AMP.
Continue Producing monthly and annual performance reports, the 3nd Annual report will be produced in this FY.
Integrating AMP with other systems to enhance transparency and mutual accountability