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SUDAN: Multi Donor Trust Funds. Norway-World Bank Third Workshop Dialogue Washington, DC May 26, 2005. Overview. Key Principles Joint Assessment Mission (JAM) Governance Structure Implementing Entities Program/Project Cycle Bank’s Role. Sudan MDTFs.

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Sudan multi donor trust funds

SUDAN: Multi Donor Trust Funds

Norway-World Bank

Third Workshop Dialogue

Washington, DC

May 26, 2005


Overview
Overview

  • Key Principles

  • Joint Assessment Mission (JAM)

  • Governance Structure

  • Implementing Entities

  • Program/Project Cycle

  • Bank’s Role


Sudan mdtfs
Sudan MDTFs

  • Specified in Wealth Sharing Protocols

  • Two Funds:

    • National Government (NG) -- special focus on war affected and poor communities

    • Government of South Sudan (GoSS)

  • Implementation Arrangements specify World Bank as Administrator


Principles
Principles

  • Promote government ownership & leadership

  • Align assistance w/ national objectives within coherent budget

  • Reduce transaction costs

  • Build institutional capacity & deliver urgent needs

  • Promote transparency & mutual accountability

  • Support the peace process


Joint assessment mission
Joint Assessment Mission

  • Builds on the Peace Agreement

  • WB-UN coordinated w/ GoS, SPLM

  • Diagnostic assessment of needs ($$)

  • Policies & Programs to reach MDGs

  • Covers Interim Period with 2 broad phases

    • Immediate recovery & consolidation of peace (2005-2007)

    • Scaling-up for MDGs in Phase II (through 2011)

FRAMEWORK FOR SUSTAINED PEACE, DEVELOPMENT AND POVERTY ERADICATION


Jam policy priorities
JAM Policy Priorities

  • Consolidating peace

  • Expanding access to basic services

  • Growth of economic opportunities

  • Improving governance


Oslo donors conference april 11 12 2005
Oslo Donors ConferenceApril 11-12, 2005

  • JAM Framework presented as basis for pledging for reconstruction & development (2005-2007)

  • Total Pledged Oslo: $4.5 bn

  • Total Pledged Development: $2.0bn

  • MDTFs Pledged: $500 mn

  • “Pledges are good, cash is better” (UNSG)


Mdtf areas of support
MDTF Areas of Support

  • Programs structured around JAM Framework

  • Program revised annually based on budget

  • Sector wide programs & area-based interventions

  • Preference for co-financing government programs

  • Coordination w/ donors outside MDTFs

  • Not cover humanitarian & security costs


Sudan Consortium

Donors’ Group

Individual donor

contributions

Oversight Committee

NG/GoSS

Technical Secretariat

(WB as administrator and designated

agencies of NG and GoSS)

UN

Agencies

Implementing Entities

NGOs

NG/GoSS

entities

Private

sector

Monitoring Agent


Sudan consortium
Sudan Consortium

  • Meets semi-annually

  • Provides forum for consultations on development & economic policy

  • Facilitates aid management against program/benchmarks of JAM results matrix

  • Members include all Donors, NG/GoSS, UN, World Bank, CSO/NGO rep


Oversight committee oc
Oversight Committee (OC)

  • Sets strategic priorities

  • Sets criteria for allocation of funds

  • Exercises programmatic & allocational responsibility

  • Ensures consistency of MDTF w/ overall Framework

  • Members: WB, UN, Gov’t, Donors


Technical secretariat
Technical Secretariat

  • Under direction of World Bank

  • Receives & reviews proposals

  • Makes recommendations to OC

  • Ensures proposals are consistent w/ NG/GoSS program & meet criteria

  • Provides regular assessments to OC

  • Ensures fiduciary standards met in execution of funds (Monitoring Agent)


Implementing entities
Implementing Entities

  • Government Ministries & local government authorities

  • UN agencies & programs

  • NGOs

  • Private sector


MDTF Project Cycle

NG/GoSS set budget, sector policy and program priorities as per JAM

SECTOR POLICY/

PRIORITY

PROGRAMMING

PROJECT/

PROGRAM

APPROVAL

IMPLEMENTATION

SUPERVISION

REPORTING

Project Proposals get appropriate Government approval

Proposal submitted to Technical Secretariat (TS)

TS submits appraised project to Oversight Committee for approval

OC approves program/project

Procurement of goods & services (WB guidelines)

Technical Secretariat supervises

Monitoring Agent monitors procurement/disbursement

Implementing agency reports quarterly to TS


Criteria for project approval
Criteria for Project Approval

  • Conformity w/ Framework

  • Cost vs. benefit

  • Capacity building at national & local level

  • Demonstrated capacity of implementing agency

  • Balance tension: quick results (‘peace dividend’) & capacity building


Role of the world bank
Role of the World Bank

  • Sudan in arrears; restricts lending

  • Administer Multi-Donor Trust Funds

  • Coordinate donor efforts to minimize overlap, maximize leverage from scarce resources

  • Thru T/A & Analytical work: Initial strong focus capacity building and knowledge transfer (especially in South)


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