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  1. Capacity Building Presentation to the WTO 7th November 2002 By Joe Kelly HM Customs and Excise International Assistance

  2. Content • Our background and development • The building blocks needed • What and how we will support • How to measure success

  3. 1989 Customs role and structure MANAGEMENT BOARD Revenue Collection Law enforcement

  4. The 90’s • Needs Analysis • Diagnostic studies • Training and Technical assistance projects • Practical experience • Caribbean • Central and South East Asia • PHARE and TACIS • Western and Southern Africa

  5. Review of Activity • UK Assistance was not working • Well received but not sustained • Wrong or isolated people • Duplication or wrong timing • A more strategic and co-ordinated approach needed

  6. 2002

  7. Aspects of organisational development. • Environmental • Organisational • Technical

  8. Building blocks • Context • Strategic Priorities • Strategic Organisation • Planning • Management • Systems • Performance

  9. Context Strategic Priority Strategic Organisation Planning Government has focus on trade Trade facilitation/ Trade development Legal framework Ethics framework Risk Management Financial, training, Informatics Valuation Agreement

  10. Management Systems Performance Performance/impact. Compliance/quality Cargo management Information management Operational Management, Feedback, Transparency Valuation Agreement

  11. Key elements in placing support • Local organisation support is top down not bottom up. • Is there a plan for managing assistance and the private sector. • Long term not short term and sustainable commitment

  12. Key elements in placing support • Partnership • External ( World Bank, IMF, Private sector) if we do not lead we still must be part of a bigger picture) • Internal (Trade, government, public) • Agreed exit strategy with local capacity built and sustainable.

  13. Measuring success • Working on a project management basis • Using Logical frameworks. • Sets up both the measurement and means of measurement at the start of the project. • Including a project change management process. • Deals with the evitable variations that long term projects in changing environments require

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