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Session 3: Setting priorities – Comparative advantage and options analysis. Where we are at ? . Objectives. Options analysis. How to select objectives ?. Prioritization process - Criteria. Preferably emerge from a dialogue with the national stakeholders

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Session 3: Settingpriorities– Comparative advantage and optionsanalysis


Where we are at
Where we are at ?

Objectives

Options analysis



Prioritization process criteria
Prioritization process - Criteria

  • Preferably emerge from a dialogue with the national stakeholders

  • Not imposed, yet some suggested for consideration

  • High priority – key strategic areas

  • High priority, although low likelihood for RM

  • Moderate priority – not Gvt priority

  • Low priority – no CA, no capacity

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  • Enabling conditions and capacities for achieving the results

  • Likelihood of sustainability

  • Ability to produce the highest level of impact

  • Contribution to the MDGs/IADGs


Comparative advantages
Comparative Advantages

FAO Global Goals

FAO Strategic Objectives/ORs

Mandate to act

Core Functions

  • KEY QUESTIONS?

    • Does it contribute FAO global goals?

    • Does it fall under the areas that the members want FAO to focus on SO and ORs that FAO committed to achieve?

    • Does it require application of FAOs core functions which are recognized FAO comparative advantages?


Comparative advantages1
Comparative Advantages

FAO Global Goals

Mandate to act

FAO Strategic Objectives/ORs

Core Functions

Actual CA at country level

Capacity to act

Position to act

Revealed CA

Perceived CA

Gaps


Comparative advantages2

Tip: Use this methodology and results to discuss comparative advantages with UNCT in UNDAF process

Comparative Advantages

FAO Global Goals

Mandate to act

FAO Strategic Objectives/ORs

Core Functions

Actual CA at country level

Position to act

Capacity to act

Revealed CA

Resources

Perceived CA

Influence

Partnerships

Gaps


Assessing fao positioning in the country portfolio review
Assessing FAO positioning in the country – Portfolio review

To assess FAO positioning in the country, identify areas of performance and draw forward looking lessons on how to improve FAO delivery in country.

  • Portfolio analysis : analysis of the information on the status and evolution/ trend of FAO portfolio. ( number of projects, amount of budget, delivery, breakdown by source of funds, by resources partners). (from FPMIS)

  • Analysis of the performance in terms of status of implementation and achievements of expected key results of the completed and on-going projects, lessons learned. (from progress reports, evaluation reports).

    • Comparison vs other partners involved in the same areas of intervention of FAO : size and type and performance of FAO intervention vs other partners ) (from ADAM – resource partners matrix, profiles, government reports, partners reports, other) -

  • Partners feed back on FAO country performance (surveys, external country assessment)


Comparative advantages3
Comparative Advantages review

FAO Global Goals

Mandate to act

FAO Strategic Objectives/ORs

Core Functions

Actual CA at country level

Capacity to act

Position to act

Revealed CA

Resources

Perceived CA

Influence

Partnerships

Gaps


Options review Analysis

Use objective criteria to analyse which objectives ‘root’ to prioritise

  • Degree of fit with higher plans/Core Functions

  • What are others doing?

  • FAO comparative advantage and capacity?

  • Alignment with FAO ORs

  • Alignment with country priorities?

  • Risks and assumptions? Who is at risk?

  • Feasibility?

  • Social criteria

  • Technical

  • Institutional

  • Economic & Financial

  • Environmental

Increased Agricultural Productivity

Increase Access to Value Chains and Technologies

Build capacity of Extension Workers

Support Evidence Based Policy

Build Knowledge of Farmers on Marketing

Reduce Soil Erosion

Land Tenure Regularization

Provide Access to Finance

Improve Statistics System

Inject into Govt. Revenue


Questions so far
Questions review so far ...


Activity selecting the objectives
Activity: Selecting the objectives review

Task: Assess if the following documents provide you quality information to help you prioritize:

  • ADAM report

  • FPMIS report



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