Foreign Aid and LDC Administration. Comparative and Multilateral Aid: The Intersection of Policy, Projects and Implementation . Five Page Proposal/Overveiw. Introduction and Project Statement Literature Review Major Hypotheses Methodology Due: November 18, 2009.
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Comparative and Multilateral Aid:
The Intersection of Policy, Projects and Implementation
Due: November 18, 2009
In May 1967 an organization known as CORDS—Civil Operations and Revolutionary Development Support—was formed to coordinate the U.S. civil and military pacification programs. A unique hybrid civil-military structure directly under general William C. Westmoreland, the COMUSMACV, CORDS was headed by a civilian, Ambassador Robert W. Komer, who was appointed as Westmoreland’s deputy.
Current Version: COINS- Counter-Insurgency Strategy, the “Three D’s” or Whole of Government Approach to Foreign aid.
THE PROJECT CYCLE:
What will you be doing two years from now?
1. Get a cup of coffee (If you drink it)
Global Sector Strategies
Programming INFORMATION Management Reports
Implementation SYSTEM External Needs
Program Support Data Bank (CPDB, PAIS, DIS, ESDB)
Personnel Administration Support Database for Future Decisions, Policy
Networks display performance plans over time
Evaluations assess performance against plans and analyze causal linkages
Progress indicators and formats for communicating project information
Practical Concepts, Incorporated
Concept Paper (Sector:
Country Context Paper
Project Identification Document (PID)
Project Paper (PP)
Program AgreementPreparation of Documents: Donor – USAID-A Paper Mill
Means of Verification (MOV)
Hierarchy of Objectives
Sources of information
Method for data collection
Agency responsible for data collection, analysis, and dissemination (information producer)
Method for analysis of data
Application (expected uses)
Reporting format (letter, written report, oral presentation, etc.)
Circulation (expected information users)