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Stakeholders of the MDG agenda. Karolina Mzyk, UNDP Poland Vilnius, 20-22 January 2003. Preparations of the report. Submitted to a research institute (NGO) In consultations with the UN Country Team The Government (Committee for European Integration) Roundtable discussions ( 7 months )

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Stakeholders of the mdg agenda

Stakeholders of the MDG agenda

Karolina Mzyk, UNDP Poland

Vilnius, 20-22 January 2003


Preparations of the report
Preparations of the report

  • Submitted to a research institute (NGO)

  • In consultations with the UN Country Team

  • The Government (Committee for European Integration)

  • Roundtable discussions (7 months)

  • Descriptive / action-oriented document which identifies key-development challenges for Poland


Mobilize for action
Mobilize for action

  • Project ( goal 1&8) Poverty and Environment

  • Objectives: link poverty and environment

    • Ministry of Economy, Labour and Social Policy

    • Ministry of Environment

    • Research Institutes: University of Warsaw, Gdanski Institute for Market Economy

    • GEF

    • Polish private bank

    • NGO

    • Local social leaders


Partnership approach
Partnership approach

  • Tool

  • Informal structure (memo of understanding)

  • Driven by diversity of partners ( different core competencies ) and common goals

  • Principles: equity, accountability, mutual benefit

  • Horizontal structure

  • Learning by doing


Advantages
Advantages

  • Mobilizing broad based stakeholder group

  • Division of roles: efficient way to transfer ownership

  • Joint product greater than sum of all parts

  • Great learning tool ( discussing development )

  • Valuable as a process itself

  • Open to new partners ( eg. Discussing WB participation )

  • Relatively low cost ( recognizing value of non financial contributions )


Disadvantages
Disadvantages

  • Time consuming process

  • No fully working mechanisms to ensure accountability

  • Sometimes conflict between partnership group member and represented institution

  • Difficult to institutionalise

  • Communication challenges


Public campaign 2
Public campaign 2

  • Stakeholder group: local authorities (gmina, powiat)

  • Objectives:

    • Increase awareness on MDGs on the local level

    • Make MDGs a simple and easy tool of monitoring, evaluation and self-assessment of development for local self-governments


Public campaign 2 assessing level of implementation of mdgs on local level c nued
Public campaign 2: Assessing level of implementation of MDGs on local level (c’nued)

  • Benefits: appealing tool for measuring/reporting on development, attractive presentation of an area in the ‘global’ context

  • Building on successful UNDP project ( including experiences accumulated from poverty & environment )

  • Role for UNDP: developing suitable indicators, aggregating data from the local level and accumulating/synthesising on the regional level


Mdgs in undp
MDGs in UNDP

  • Fundamental for UNDP programming 2003-2007 ( legitimacy)

  • Slowly captures minds of our partners

    • Private sector (Orlen)

    • Gender

    • Supporting local administration ( new )