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Monitoring the Global Partnership agreement. Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation. Busan – a new world of development. Diversity of actors. Diversity of forms of co-operation. Complementarity rather than competing with other resources for development

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Monitoring the global partnership agreement

Monitoring the Global Partnership agreement

Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation.


Busan a new world of development

Busan – a new world of development

  • Diversity of actors.

  • Diversity of forms of co-operation.

  • Complementarity rather than competing with other resources for development

  • Catalytic role of co-operation.

  • Unique value and nature of South-South

    co-operation.


Who s in

Who’s in?

  • 160 countries and territories

  • 45 international organizations

  • Developing countries

  • South-South co-operation providers

  • ‘Traditional’ donors

  • Private sector

  • Civil Society Organizations

  • Parliamentary organizations decentralized Entities, etc.


Monitoring the global partnership agreement

5 new indicators

Country level

data

collection

10 Global indicators


Overall data

Overall data

TOTAL ODA captured 2012/13

Submissions from

DPG: AfDB, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, EU, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, UN, UK, USG and WB.

Other providers: GAVI and the Global Fund.

Reached out to: Abu Dhabi Fund, ABEDA, OPEC Fund, Saudi Fund, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, OPEC Fund for International Development and the BRICS.

  • Total ODA for Tanzania: USD 2,9 Bn.

  • Total for GoT:USD 2,2 Bn

  • Total MTEFs 2012/13:USD 2 Bn.

  • Total through other providers:USD 94 mil.


Indicator 5 more predictable d evelopment co operation

Indicator 5:More Predictable Development Co-operation

Increased ownership over development policies and reforms

  • More accurate recording of development co-operation funding in national systems

  • Better planning and allocation of resources within and across sectors

  • Better implementation of national development strategies over the medium term

  • Greater transparency and accountability


Indicator 5a annual predictability

Indicator 5a:Annual Predictability

DP data submission

Annualpredictability

2012/13: 81.7%

2005-2010:


Indicator 5b more predictable d evelopment co operation

Indicator 5b:More Predictable Development Co-operation

  • Medium term predictability

    • 86% for 2013/14

    • 64% for 2014/15

    • 50% for 2015/16

GoT data submission


Indicator 6 aid on budget

Indicator 6:Aid on Budget

GoT and DP data submission

  • Better ownership, alignment and accountability

  • Better knowledge of aid flows

  • Better alignment with priorities as outlined in the budget

  • More accurate and comprehensive budget reports

  • Greater transparency in reporting by providers

  • Parliaments have occasions to examine the aid modalities, activities and achievements

    Aid on budget 2012/13: 92.5%

    DP Average: 56%


Indicator 9 use of country systems

Indicator 9:Use of Country Systems

DP data submission

  • 71.3% of ODA for GoT uses national systems. The percentage for the 4 sub-questions:

    • Use of national budget execution systems: 75%

    • Use of national financial reporting systems: 71%

    • Use of national audit systems: 81%

    • Use of national procurement procedures: 58%


Timeframe

Timeframe

  • Early Oct: data cleaning and verification

  • Oct 17/10 at 11.00: Validation meeting ANSAF

  • Oct 31: Global deadline for submission


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