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Investing in People 2007 - 2013. Purpose of thematic programme. Supplementary instrument to country programmes for EC development assistance in the area of human and social development

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    1. Investing in People2007 - 2013

    2. Purpose of thematic programme • Supplementary instrument to country programmes for EC development assistance in the area of human and social development • To support activities at the regional and global levels, through partnerships, innovative and catalytic measures and other development measures to the benefit of countries with most critical MDGs • Based on the DCI regulation (Art. 12); thematic strategy provides multi-annual guidance (2007 – 2013) and is subject to the MTR

    3. Thematic areas • Determined by policy frameworks and strategies developed or in the process of being developed • Good health for all • Education, knowledge and skills • Gender equality • Other aspects of human and social development

    4. Thematic areas - health • Most crucial areas, where additional assistance is required to reach the MDGs • Human resource crisis in health – limits the ability of developing countries to deliver health care services; other HSS thematic areas • Leading poverty-related diseases – undermine overall development efforts; non-communicable diseases • Sexual and reproductive health and rights

    5. Thematic areas - education • Two track approach focusing on: • Increasing enrolment rates and promoting equal access to quality education among boys and girls • Creating conditions for better access to vocational and skills training • Additional financing for national strategies; policy dialogue at regional level

    6. Thematic areas – gender equality • Supplements activities pursued under the other area of the thematic programme (gender equality = cross cutting issues) • Mainly support of advocacy, policy development, capacity building, support and monitoring activities • Specific themes to be elaborated in annual action programmes (e.g. women’s property rights, FGM, etc.)

    7. Thematic areas – other areas • Covers wide area of additional development areas, where strategic and policy frameworks will be completed in 2007 • Decent work, employment and social cohesion • Children and youth • Culture

    8. Financial allocation2007 - 2013 • DCI perspective 2007 – 2013 = € 1.060 billion • Health (55%); Education (12%); Gender (5 %); Other (21%); Contingency and Administration (7%)

    9. Comparison with 2003 - 2006 • Shift from focusing almost exclusively on health agenda to pursuing much broader approach to human and social development • Reduction in health by 23% (crucial issues, EC credibility/value added, strategic partnerships) • Education financing increased 15 times • Gender equality financing triples (on top of heavy cross cutting under all areas) • 1/5 of all financing for new policy areas

    10. Implementation • Stronger focus on strategic interventions (global and strategic partnerships – involvement in governance) • Calls for proposals reserved for areas where civil society participation is crucial • MDG based – focus on countries with worst MDG indicators (except for ENPI) • More specific details to be presented in annual action programmes

    11. 90 80 70 60 Direct agreements (mil. 50 EUR) Calls for proposals (mil. 40 EUR) 30 20 10 0 07 08 09 10 Implementation modalities2007 - 2010

    12. Examples of programmes (2009) • Direct agreements – GFATM, FTI, GAVI • Calls for proposals • Supporting civil society organisations in their efforts to fight adult women's illiteracy and promoting women's property ownership • Capacity Development and Advocacy on sexual and reproductive health and rights policies • Accès à la culture locale, protection et promotion de la diversité culturelle

    13. MTR: Goals • Determine whether priorities should be modified • Determine whether value added can be strengthened • Determine whether impact and visibility can be increased • Develop MIP 2011 – 2013 State of play: approval process

    14. Policy developments & implications • Range of thematically focused policies (HRH, Rights of Child, Gender equality, Culture) • Broad aid effectiveness policies (budget support, division of labour, joint programming) • Implications for IIP’s contribution – principles for action in two areas: • Contribution to global and regional initiatives • Strengthening of civil society at country level (links with regional and global networks)

    15. Implementation: Lessons Learned • Merging funding to achieve visible impact; focusing on limited number of priorities per year • ENPI countries – earmarking without separate action (unless desirable) • Complementarity with other financing instruments and MSs (joint programming with MS)

    16. Programming priorities 2011 - 2013 • To follow the existing strategy with new policy development and implementation experience in mind • Health (HRH and other areas of HSS, Communicable diseases, SRHR, neglected and non-communicable diseases; access to medicines = intra-ACP) • Education (basic and TVET; higher = intra-ACP); proposal for funding increase • Gender = cross-cutting issue (mainstreaming) + additional action (women’s rights, economic and social empowerment); proposal for funding increase • Other aspects of human and social development (employment, children, culture)