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BUILDING LOCAL GOVERNMENT CAPACITY FOR PARTNERSHIP IN DEVELOPMENT. Luke Danielson Cecilia Dalupan Sustainable Development Strategies Group. SDSG. Monitoring the Impact of Community Development Programs Linked to Extractive Industry (EI), World Bank, 05 December 2006.

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Building local government capacity for partnership in development

BUILDING LOCAL GOVERNMENT CAPACITY FOR PARTNERSHIP IN DEVELOPMENT

Luke Danielson

Cecilia Dalupan

Sustainable Development Strategies Group

SDSG

Monitoring the Impact of Community Development Programs Linked to Extractive Industry (EI), World Bank, 05 December 2006


Fundamental principles and issues

Fundamental Principles and Issues

  • THE PERSON IN THE POSITION TO DIRECT THE INCOME STREAM CAN DEMAND VERY SUBSTANTIAL COMPENSATION

  • IN OTHER CULTURES WE RARELY SEE ALL OF WHAT IS GOING ON

  • KEY ISSUES: DETERMINATION OF BENEFICIARY - “AFFECTED COMMUNITIES” – Who? How?

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How much truth to these perceptions

HOW MUCH TRUTH TO THESE PERCEPTIONS?

ØTHERE ARE TOO FEW PEOPLE SHARING IN THE BENEFITS

ØIN PART BECAUSE A SMALL NUMBER OF PEOPLE CONTROL ACCESS TO THE BENEFITS; AND

ØTHEY USE THAT CONTROL IN WAYS THAT ARE SEEN AS UNFAIR.

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Equity as a metric

EQUITY AS A METRIC?

  • A NECESSARY COMPONENT OF SUSTAINABLE FORMS OF DEVELOPMENT

  • BUT IN VERY POOR COMMUNITIES, IF ONLY SOME DO VERY WELL BUT THE MAJORITY RECEIVES VERY LITTLE, THERE IS LIKELY TO BE CONFLICT

  • INCREASED INEQUALITY AND CONFLICT ARE OFTEN UNAVOIDABLE BYPRODUCTS OF DEVELOPMENT

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Building local government capacity for partnership in development

  • NECESSARY CONDITIONS FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF BENEFITS:

    ØCAPABLE LOCAL GOVERNMENT

    ØAN ACCEPTED MEANS FOR SHARING REVENUES

  • THERE ARE STILL PROJECTS WHERE NONE OF THE REVENUE REACHES THE LOCAL LEVEL, AND COMPANIES, WITHOUT AN EFFECTIVE LOCAL GOVERNMENT PARTNER, TRY TO BEAR THE WHOLE BURDEN.

  • THIS SIMPLY DOESN’T WORK.

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Designing sustainable community development interventions

Designing Sustainable Community Development Interventions

ØBENEFITS REACH THE COMMUNITY THROUGH MANY DIVERSE CHANNELS, NOT A SINGLE SPIGOT;

ØMODEST BENEFITS REACH LARGE NUMBERS, IN PREFERENCE TO LARGE BENEFITS TO MODEST NUMBERS;

ØNATIONAL GOVERNMENT RECOGNITION OF THE NECESSITY THAT REVENUES REACH LOCAL GOVERNMENT; AND

ØCONCENTRATED EFFORT TO BUILD CAPACITY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT

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