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TIMOR-LESTE CASE-STUDY ON CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT FACILITY. UNDP Capacity Building Seminar 21-23 November 2005 Senec (Slovak Republic). Background. Indonesian personnel occupied a majority of positions in Government

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timor leste case study on capacity development facility

TIMOR-LESTE CASE-STUDY ON CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT FACILITY

UNDP Capacity Building Seminar

21-23 November 2005

Senec (Slovak Republic)

background
Background
  • Indonesian personnel occupied a majority of positions in Government
  • The departure of 7,000 Indonesian public servants created a vacuum in the public service.
  • The human resource base was therefore extremely weak
  • UNTAET dispatched qualified personnel to begin rebuilding Government and public service structures
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State Institutions
  • Systems &Processes
  • Skills &
  • Knowledge
  • Attitudes
  • & Behaviors

Planning and Design: From Individual to Institutional CD

Leadership

Management and administration skills

Communication and language skills

Core technical knowledge

  • Primary focus on individual capacity development through on-the-job training
      • CSG positions
      • Development posts
      • Sporadic bilateral contributions to training efforts
  • Institutional Capacity Development
      • Expansion of coverage from 1:1 to institution level with emphasis on training and a balanced focus on the three pillars
      • Enhanced monitoring and evaluation
      • Definition of exit strategies (sector-specific and cross-sectoral) programmes and strengthening CDCU to ensure sustainability

Source: UNDP

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Training

Legislative

Frameworks

Policy

Frameworks

Operating

systems

Manuals

SOME ACCOMPLISHMENTS TO DATE

  • On-the-job training by all advisors, where counterparts are in place
  • On-going formal training at the Justice Training Centre (9 public defenders, 12 prosecutors, 20 judges) and for 24 national interpreters and translators
  • Midwifery school curriculum

DEMONSTRATIVE EXAMPLES

  • Civil Service Act
  • Organic Laws for state institutions: FALINTIL, PNTL, MFAC, MSA, MoJ, MAFF, MoH, MoI
  • Policy frameworks for education, health, agriculture and Disaster Management
  • Foreign Assistance Coordination
  • ASYCUDA system for customs control
  • Free-balance accounting system in Treasury
  • Government web-site and data centre
  • National drug/ medical supplies monitoring and evaluation
  • Finance, accounting and Procurement teaching manual
  • Aquaculture site selection guidelines

Source: CSG and UNDP

needs assessment stability and development positions
May 2002

May 2004

Needs Assessment: Stability and Development Positions

Source: UNDP Timor-Leste; UNMISET Civilian Support Group

national framework for cd cont reasons for overlapping
National Framework for CD (Cont)- Reasons for Overlapping
  • Weaknesses of the organizations in charge of capacity development
  • Lack of clarity on the role of the institutions
  • Lack of recognition by national and international actors
coordination with other development partners
Coordination with Other Development Partners
  • Strengthening of CDCU
  • Shared assessments with bilateral partners
  • Participation in other partners formulation programmes
  • Flexible funding modalities
  • General use of common methodologies and models
practical benefits a long term approach
Practical Benefits a Long Term Approach
  • Development of the essential institutions
  • Maintenance of skills and processes initially developed
  • Improvement of efficiency and productivity of public administration
undp comparative advantages in capacity development in timor leste
UNDP Comparative Advantages in Capacity Development in Timor-Leste
  • Large network
  • Support by the government
  • Involvement in PMIS and the LAMP
  • Other donors do not want to go alone into this politically sensitive area of civil service reforms
  • Ideal partner of the government to make the shift towards enhanced national execution
concluding remarks
Concluding Remarks
  • The experience to date in Timor-Leste demonstrates that capacity development is a long-term process that requires substantial resources and coordination
  • National ownership throughout all phases of the process is essential
timor leste case study on capacity development facility thank you

TIMOR-LESTE CASE-STUDY ON CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT FACILITYTHANK YOU

UNDP Capacity Building Seminar

21-23 November 2005

Senec (Slovak Republic)

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