Translating Busan and the EU Agenda into practice. Emerging trends and operational challenges Presentation of the Issues Paper prepared by ECDPM. How to remain relevant in a changing context? . Translating Busan’s commitments into practice raises many questions…. .
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Emerging trends and operational challenges
Presentation of the Issues Paper prepared by ECDPM
Are we ready to become facilitators of partner-led change?
Can we reconcile the results and risk agenda with country ownership?
Are we well equipped to do this and are the right institutional incentives in place?
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Can we support home grown reform processes through the right mix of aid modalities?
What does a more political approach to cooperation mean?
Will the use of country systems be compatible with more demanding eligibility criteria (in budget support)?
Differentiation = sophistication in risk taking and indicator setting
Move forward with PCD, what role can development agencies usefully play?
Enhanced focus on policy and political dialogue, but how will it work out in practice?
EU Agenda for change in practice
Take joint EU action further… yes but what is being done to address current constraints and disincentives?
Engage with private sector, but are we and the private sector equipped?
Integrating development instruments in new global agenda, but how can development agencies join hands with emerging economies, multinationals, banks and private sector?
Busan and the EU Agenda for Change are a tall order…. What are your deepest fears? Are you equipped to address the challenges?What can you usefully do to reconcile the new political commitments into practices that work on the ground?