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Day 2 . Eastern Africa/IGAD/COMESA . Coordination, Harmonization and Alignment. 1. How do we know C/H/A is taking place? No. of common frameworks applying to goals, objectives, activities and results

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Eastern africa igad comesa

Day 2

Eastern Africa/IGAD/COMESA


Coordination harmonization and alignment
Coordination, Harmonization and Alignment

1. How do we know C/H/A is taking place?

  • No. of common frameworks applying to goals, objectives, activities and results

  • % of cooperating partners capital inflows into the national budget and pledged materialization

  • No. of joint consultations and participatory work plans

  • Institutionalization: Presence of MoU formalizing the structure for C/H/A


2. What specific action can be suggested to improve current C/H/A issues?

  • Comprehensive mapping exercise and common assessment frameworks (supported by MoUs and functional structures)

  • Knowledge sharing on best practices based on country specific context (Rwanda, Ethiopia, Tanzania)

  • Allocation of the required resources (technical and financial) to C/H/A


3. Country leadership in Coordination, Harmonization and Alignment (Govt., Private sector, Civil Societies)

Constraints:

National leadership:

  • Capacity gaps

  • Weak inclusiveness - Joint planning, financing and implementation

  • Various constituents

    Civil societies:

  • Diversity is a problem - who represents them?

  • Weak entry points for the private sector and civil societies

  • Capacity gaps (weak planning, financing and implementation)

  • Objectivity and neutrality of the agenda

  • Various constituents

    Private sector:

  • Lack of common interest and mismatch in financial schedules


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