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2008 Survey on Monitoring the Paris Declaration: Purpose and Process . 21-22 January 2008, Bangkok . Misaki WATANABE Aid Effectiveness Division Development Cooperation Directorate. CONTENT. 1. Why monitor? . 2. How is the survey set up? . 3. How to manage the survey? .

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2008 survey on monitoring the paris declaration purpose and process

2008 Survey on Monitoring the Paris Declaration:Purpose and Process

21-22 January 2008, Bangkok

Misaki WATANABEAid Effectiveness DivisionDevelopment Cooperation Directorate

content
CONTENT

1. Why monitor?

2. How is the survey set up?

3. How to manage the survey?

4. How to get help and FAQs?

why monitor
WHY MONITOR?

Making aid work better

  • Knowing where we are today…
    • Accurate picture of aid practices
  • …and moving to where we want to be.
    • Stimulate dialogue
    • Share understanding
    • Track progress
    • Get action
outputs
OUTPUTS
  • Two reports
    • Country chapters
    • Overview of Results
  • Results of the survey: One of the key documents for HLF 3
content1
CONTENT

1. Why monitor?

2. How is the survey set up?

3. How to manage the survey?

4. How to get help and FAQs?

improvements from the 2006 survey
Improvements from the 2006 Survey
  • Clearer Definitions & Guidance
  • Space for qualitative information
  • Increased support for National Coordinators
  • High-level communication to donors
  • Real-time support
roles responsibilities
ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
  • National Coordinator:
    • Manage the survey
    • Ensure relevant stakeholders are informed of the survey
    • Convene and chair meetings needed to complete the survey
    • Ensure quality control and consistency of data

Submit Results to hlfsurvey@oecd.org

roles and responsibilities
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Donor Focal Point
    • Support the National Coordinator
    • Collect questionnaire from donors in a timely manner
    • Consolidate donor questionnaire data in the Country Spreadsheet
    • Identify additional support.
survey tools
SURVEY TOOLS
  • Explanatory Note
  • Donor Questionnaire
  • Government Questionnaire
  • Country Spreadsheet
  • Country Report
  • Definitions and Guidance

www.oecd.org/dac/hlfsurvey

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CONTENT

1. Why monitor?

2. How is the survey set up?

3. How to manage the survey?

4. How to get help and FAQs?

1 data collection
1. DATA COLLECTION
  • Agree on the process
  • Donor questionnaires are distributed to all donors providing ODA in the country.
  • Government questionnaire is prepared by coordinating inputs from all parts of government managing ODA.
  • Definitions and Guidance used for definitions and criteria.
2 data consolidation
2. DATA CONSOLIDATION
  • Donor Questionnaires are returned to the Donor Focal Point;
  • Donor questionnaire returns are consolidated into the Country Spreadsheet
  • Government questionnaire results consolidated into the Country Spreadsheet
3 validation dialogue
3. VALIDATION & DIALOGUE
  • Review Country Spreadsheet;
  • Prepare Qualitative assessment of the survey
  • Meeting with donors, government, and CSOs to finalise and validate documents
  • Survey results (one Country Spreadsheet and one Country Report) submitted to hlfsurvey@oecd.org by 31 March
4 analysis
4. ANALYSIS
  • Country chapters will be prepared by OECD;
  • First draft of the country chapters shared with national coordinators for comments between May – Sept.
  • The Overview of Results finalised
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CONTENT

1. Why monitor?

2. How is the survey set up?

3. How to manage the survey?

4. How to get help and FAQs?

how to get help
HOW TO GET HELP?
  • UNDP survey orientation workshops
  • Help Desk (hlfsurvey@oecd.org)
who takes part in the survey
Who takes part in the survey?

Broad-based dialogue

completing the questionnaires
Completing the questionnaires

Who does?

Governments

Official Donors (bilateral & multilateral)

Who does not?

CSOs

Private companies

recording aid
Recording aid

What is recorded? ODA

  • Aid provided by official donors
  • Aid for development & concessional (loans).
  • Aid disbursed at country level.

What is not recorded?

  • Private flows (CSOs, Gates foundation)
  • Debt cancellation & rescheduling.
  • Humanitarian assistance.
  • Regional programmes.
aid for the government sector
Aid for the government sector

Definition:

Aid disbursed in the context of an agreement with administrations (ministries, departments, agencies or municipalities)…

….authorised to receive revenue or undertake expenditures on behalf of central government.

Can aid provided by a donor to an NGO/Private Company count as aid for the government sector?

Yes… as long as the NGO/Private company is implemeting a development programme on behalf of government.

delegated cooperation
Delegated cooperation

Example:

Japangives $ 1 million to Unicef for a development programme in Vietnam.

Whocompletes the questionnaire? Japan or Unicef?

Unicefshouldcomplete the questionnaire (not Japan).

Why?

Survey measures effective aiddelivery.

Not ‘efforts’ made by donors.

thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention!

www.oecd.org/dac/hlfsurvey