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Partnership skills . Knowledge Professional skills Personal skills and attitude. Partnership. formal relationships between two or more organisations or countries that work together because of having similar aims (Collins’ dictionary), or…. Partnership.

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Partnership skills

Knowledge

Professional skills

Personal skills and attitude

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Partnership

  • formal relationships between two or more organisations or countries that work together because of having similar aims (Collins’ dictionary),

  • or…...

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Partnership

  • A friendly but not necessarily formal relationship (american english)

  • or………?

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Partnership

  • What is partnership(not) for the donor?

  • What is it (not) for the recipient government?

  • Do we share the term partnership and explain what it means to us?

  • Do we really want it?

  • Do we act accordingly?

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Partnership

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Case: transport to go to the cocktail

  • Actors: who are going and have an interest to solve the question?

  • Factors: availability of transport facilities of different nature/quality; timing/co-ordination mechanisms, etc

  • Objective: clear/agreed upon?

  • What are relevant skills and attitude?

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Challenge for this training

  • Identify, on the basis of our own experiences

  • what the most important skills and attitude are

  • in order to foster partnerships

  • select some to work on!!

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Role play

Meeting, with on the agenda:

  • how to proceed to reach agreement on funding the education policy, in line with the PRSP

  • Players: minister of finance, minister of education, 2 donors and 1represen-tative of a large NGO

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Role play

Objective

  • experience which skills and attitude are important for fostering partnership

  • share your own experiences (informally) with other participants

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Role play

  • Observers: assignment

    1.Mention the skills and attitude you observed with your "counterpart". Do not judge. Refer to the skills and attitude mentioned on the posters (if possible)

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Role play

The actors :

2. How was your attitude towards the other participants in the meeting?

3. Mention one or two of your skills that you used quite well in the meeting.

4. Mention one or two skills you were not able to use although very important.

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Challenge for this training

  • Identify, on the basis of our own experiences

  • what the most important skills and attitude are

  • in order to foster partnerships

  • select some to work on!!

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Knowledge, skills and attitude

Knowledge + professional skills

Effective communication

Personal effectiveness Skills

Attitude

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Partnership

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Knowledge about…

More transparent government

Gvt increase funding in priority sector

Basket funding

Decentralisation

Use common ground as start

Ongoing dialogue and info sharing

Donors willing to co-ordinate

Good rapport between ministries and donors

Success factors in partnerships

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Insufficient time

Deceptive budgeting

Insufficient district finance capacity

Staff shortage embassy/MoF

Inflexible donor headquarters/parl.

Stakeholder co-ord.

Hidden agenda’s

Government has several voices

Partnership too person dependent

Different value base gvt-donor

Lack of partnership competence

Bottlenecks in partnerships

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Languages

East-Africa knowledge

Practical

Understand interests

Analytical skills

Political assessment capacity

Synthesising

Professional skills

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Communication (precise,concise,etc)

Capacity to listen

Team work

Social contacts

Influencing skills

Negotiating skills

Mediation/

harmonising

Tension reduction

Personal skills

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Trust

Appreciation and acknowledgement

Commitment to government ownership

Facilitating approach

Respect

Patience and perseverance

Sense of humor

Allowing time

Attitude and partnership

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Personal skills

Building alliances

Risk taking

Confronting

Assertiveness

Divide and rule

Diplomacy

Attitude

Polite/friendly

Open or defensive

Humble or aggressive

Focused ……

Sensitive

Persuasive/convincing

Results from the role play

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Learning from each other

1. Select a card you want to talk about

2. Explain why you want to discuss the issue(share experience, wants advice..)

3. Others subscribe to a group(5-8)

4. Explain, explore, analyse, conclude.

5. Present findings in plenary

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Poverty Reduction Strategy

Planning

Poverty analyses

Capacity intervention

Policy implemen-tation

Monitoring/ Reporting

Evaluation

PRSP policy cycle

Policy cycle

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Civil society participation

Poverty Reduction Strategy

Planning

Institutional development

Poverty analyses

Capacity intervention

Policy implemen-tation

Monitoring/ Reporting

Evaluation

Government procedures

Policy cycle

Poverty issues

Policy cycle, poverty issues

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Actor relations

Civil society

Donors

Government

Private Sector

The poor

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Ownership

Civil society

Donors

Government

Ownership

Private sector

The poor

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Partnership

Civil society

Donors

Government

Partnership

Private sector

The poor

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Civil society participation

Poverty Reduction Strategy

Planning

Institutional development

Poverty analyses

Capacity intervention

Policy implemen-tation

Monitoring/ Reporting

Evaluation

Government procedures

Policy cycle

Policy cycle, poverty issues, agency issues

Stance to poor governance

Restructure agency for poverty focus

HRM

Selection

Training

Incentives

Simplify disbursement

Poverty issues

Monitor agency performance pressure

Agency issues

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Leadership

Leadership

Civil society

Donors

Government

Private sector

The poor

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