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Lessons Applied: Donor Coordination in Post-Conflict Sudan. Norwegian Minister of International Development, Hilde F. Johnson. 3 major challenges. The complexity of the peace agreement The complexity of the country The poverty levels. Presence on the ground: Joint offices.

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Lessons applied donor coordination in post conflict sudan

Lessons Applied:Donor Coordination inPost-Conflict Sudan

Norwegian Minister of International Development, Hilde F. Johnson


3 major challenges

3 major challenges

  • The complexity of the peace agreement

  • The complexity of the country

  • The poverty levels


Presence on the ground joint offices

Presence on the ground:Joint offices

  • South: A joint office, and joint operations!

  • North: A joint office for those without representation in Khartoum?


The basis for donor support the plans of the gos northern and southern govt s

The basis for donor support:The plans of the GOS/Northern and Southern govt.’s

  • Joint national PRSP/PES (Poverty Eradication Strategy)

  • Operational Action Plans for the South, for the North, and the Government of National Unity (hum/security/dev.ment)

  • Sector plans


Financial mechanisms multidonor trust funds

Financial mechanisms:Multidonor Trust Funds

  • National Multidonor Trust Fund

    • Board of governance

    • Project Management Unit (ref. Implementing agencies)

  • MDTF for Southern Sudan;

  • Capacity Building Trust Fund for the South (UNICEF) and Trust Fund for the Interim Period for Northern Sudan (UNDP);


Financial mechanisms multidonor trust funds cont d

Financial mechanisms:Multidonor Trust Funds (cont’d)

  • ‘Soft windows’ for different sectors in the Trust Funds (no earmarking)?

  • Multi-year commitments from donors


Multidonor trust fund

Multidonor Trust Fund

Donors

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Trust Fund

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Multidonor trust fund cont d

Multidonor Trust Fund (cont’d)

Donors

$

$

Trust Fund

$

$


Donor circus

Donor Circus

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Donors

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Multidonor trust fund cont d1

Multidonor Trust Fund (cont’d)

Donors

$

$

$

$

Trust Fund

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Mechanisms of donor coordination

Mechanisms of donor coordination

  • The national and southern govt.'s must be in the driver’s seat:Chair of the donor-group

  • Sector-wide donor groups (Thematic Groups chaired by the relevant ministry)


Sector coordination

Minister

Multi 2

Bilat. 1

Bilat. 2

NGO 1

Sector Plan

Multi 1

NGO 2

Bilat. 3

Bilat. 4

Sector coordination


Lessons applied donor coordination in post conflict sudan

Mechanisms of donor coordination (cont’d)

  • Lead-donor arrangements

  • Division of labour between donors:maximum rule of 3 sectors per donor?

  • Thresholds for donor-participation to sit at “the table” (either above X USD or above X fair of total USD-contribution)


Making it happen implementing agencies

Making it happen:Implementing agencies

  • Implementation partnerships with selected development agencies and companies (by the government’s project management unit)

  • Rules of procurement and tendering that are transparent and accountable (and preferably the same for external and domestic funds)

  • Implementing partnerships on services with multilateral agencies and NGOs - becoming “operators” for the Government (South)


Monitoring performance checking that it is happening

Monitoring performance:Checking that it is happening

  • Establish indicators to monitor performance

  • A baseline survey

  • Mechanisms that can monitor implementation and track progress jointly

  • Part of the work of the Assessment and Evaluation Commission?


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