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Galina Kurlyandskaya Overview of CFP Work on OSI/LGI FDI Projects in Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia and Tajikistan Istanbul, November 29, 2006. The Framework of Programs with CFP Involvement. Policy Forums

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Galina Kurlyandskaya

Overview of CFP Work on OSI/LGI FDI Projects in Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Armeniaand Tajikistan

Istanbul, November 29, 2006

the framework of programs with cfp involvement
The Framework of Programs with CFP Involvement
  • Policy Forums
    • National forum onfiscal decentralization: challenges for the Republic of MoldovaChisinau, Moldova,9-10 March, 2006
    • Delegated and own local self-government functions in the Kyrgyz Republic – legal, administrative and fiscal aspect and impact on intergovernmental transfersBishkek, Kyrgyz Republic, June 29-30, 2006
  • Technical Assistance
    • Reform of the intergovernmental relation system in Moldova: Technical Assistance to the Ministry of Finance November 2005-September 2006
    • Development of Financial Equalization Mechanism in ArmeniaApril 2006, September 2006
    • Financing Education in TajikistanOctober 2006
  • Training
    • Fiscal equalisation in theCaucasusBodrum, Turkey,15-18 June, 2005
major goals
Major Goals
  • Involvement of local stakeholders into the decentralization process
  • Clear and fair delineation of revenue and spending responsibilities between central and local governments
  • Introduction of formalized procedure for allocation of equalizing transfers
  • Policy support in financing education
major activities and achievements
Major Activities and Achievements
  • Policy Forums
  • Communicating the necessity of decentralization to major stakeholders
  • Sharing international experience with local partners
  • Revealing the various approaches to the problem by stakeholders
  • Development of road map to decentralization designed by all stakeholders together
  • Technical Assistance
  • Analysis of the current situation in quantitative terms
  • Simulation of different revenue and spending allocation scenarios
  • Assistance to local stakeholders in decisions making
  • Assistance in developing the equalization formula
  • Development of recommendations re efficient government spending on education
positive features of osi lgi fdi projects
Positive Features of OSI/LGI FDI Projects
  • Involvement of all the stakeholders into discussions and decision making
  • Systematicefforts to coordinate all donor activities in the field
  • Short term response to client’s needs and timeliness of projects
some internal difficulties
Some Internal Difficulties
  • Involvement of various stakeholders into the Project makes it more difficult:
    • to distribute and coordinate work
    • to produce results in due time
    • to come to commonly agreed decisions
some external difficulties
Some External Difficulties
  • Lack of coordination of technical assistance sponsored by different donors and difficulties in its coordination (Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan,)
  • Poor articulation of national laws (Kyrgyzstan)
  • Insufficientstatistical and budgetary data (Kyrgyzstan)
  • Low qualification of government employees (Moldova, Kyrgyzstan)
  • Artificial enforcement of reforms (Moldova, Kyrgyzstan)
  • Designing reforms in a rush (Moldova)
recommendations for future osi lgi fdi plans
Recommendations for Future OSI/LGI FDIPlans
  • After the transfer formula is developed: assistance in its legislative approval and making sure it works
  • Assistance in development of proper reporting and monitoring systems at local level
  • Assistance in local data generation and collection
  • Shifting technical assistance in public finance management to municipal level
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