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  1. Resource Mobilization in SEC From Headquarters To the Country Level Presenter’s name

  2. FAO’s new RMMS and its relation to SEC As seen in the previous presentation, Goal of RM strategy: Adequate, more predictable and sustainable voluntary contributions which fully support achievement of FAO’s objectives at the global, regional, sub-regional and country levels • Proposed outcomes: • Consolidation, diversification and expansion of FAO’s resource partnerships • Strengthened awareness among partners and member countries about FAO’s comparative advantage through effective communication • Develop capacity for staff to mobilize resources • Ensure that resources are effectively managed for results to report them internally (to governing bodies) and externally (to partners and donors).

  3. 1. Consolidation, diversification and expansion of FAO’s resource partnerships • What is HQ doing? • Facilitating the expansion of new modalities such as UTFs, SSC, private sector partnership • Push towards decentralization will result in an increased effort to align global programmes to country priorities, meaning countries could have access to funds they might not have known about in the past • New corporate tools such as ADAM enable new donors to be identified

  4. 1. Consolidation, diversification and expansion of FAO’s resource partnerships • How does this relate to SEC? • Traditional resource partners such as the EU, the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank have been returning to agriculture in the last years. • Possibilities with new partners: Turkish Trust Fund already due for a second phase, while Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan can be conceived of as new potential donors. • The private sector presents enormous potential, but currently the capacity and the training do not exist so as to exploit it. • Multilateral and new institutions (such as GEF) are already being tapped into as possible funding sources

  5. 2. Improved communication for RM • What is HQ doing? • The RM website, launched last year, brings visibility for areas where FAO requires resources www.fao.org/tc/rm • The Impact launch is repackaging the way FAO presents its technical programmes to make them more eye-grabbing to partners • A series of biennial informal meetings for resource partners are helping to better advertise funding needs alongside FAO success stories, meeting with great approval from participants so far

  6. 2. Improved communication for RM • How does this relate to SEC? • SEC can work on advocacy tools (concept notes, project proposals, brochures, presentations, websites) • FAO’s Impact initiative can help SEC to package their communications in an attractive and consistent manner • The RM website, launched last year, can also help with communication, through the Partnerships in Action section. • www.fao.org/tc/rm

  7. 3. Capacity development for RM • How can HQ support SEC? • RM Guide developed for FAO staff • Intranet platform developed in an effort to equip all FAO staff with the info they need at a finger tip • ECP has now trained staff in seven sub-regions • Increased training focus on communication, negotiation and new modalities and new donors • TCSR reorientating itself to be increasingly on-hand to support DOs

  8. 4. Reporting and Management of Resources • How can HQ support SEC? • The Field Programme Support Network can help project officers to overcome difficulties • The reports unit is being revitalized so as to make terminal reports more attractive to resource partners, therefore increasing the likelihood of further funding • FAO now reporting more visibly on its funding needs to Members and donors, meaning funding gaps have more chance of being bridged

  9. 4. Reporting and Management of Resources • How does this relate to SEC? • Develop …

  10. Delivery by SEC Office(Emergency and Non-Emergency, 2010-2012)

  11. External RM Challenges and Opportunities: The Route Ahead

  12. Thank you!