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MDTF Progress Report. Guiding Principles for MDTF. Recognition of govt. ownership and leadership in context of the JAM. Full transparency and openness. Mutual accountability between govt. and the donors. Recognition of urgent need to build capacity of govt. Effective donor coordination.

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guiding principles for mdtf
Guiding Principles for MDTF
  • Recognition of govt. ownership and leadership in context of the JAM.
  • Full transparency and openness.
  • Mutual accountability between govt. and the donors.
  • Recognition of urgent need to build capacity of govt.
  • Effective donor coordination.
  • Support peace process through econ./social programs.
  • Solid financial management and accountability standards.
the mdtf national strategy
The MDTF-National Strategy
  • Two central goals – consolidation of peace and pro-poor growth, to help reach the MDGs and to make peace sustainable.
  • Guiding principles for prioritization:
    • Support priority national investments to consolidate peace
    • Support state- and locality-level investment programs sp. in war affected zones
    • Focus onpro-poor rural development
    • Make decentralization work
    • Lay the groundwork forgood governance -- private sector; civil society, support to media and rule of law
  • Key priorities: Three Areas, other war affected areas in Northern States, marginalized urban areas, the East, and, once peace is established, Darfur.
the mdtf south strategy
The MDTF-South Strategy
  • Special emphasis on:
    • ownership and capacity building
    • enabling GOSS to prioritize recovery and development needs
    • Harmonizing development assistance
  • Guiding principles for prioritization:
    • effective core of public sector administration – core capacity to plan/ finance GOSS programs with key accountability mechanisms in place
    • access to basic services – consolidate peace and generate social capital through rapid scale-up of education/health programs
    • priority sector programs in place, including basic infrastructure (roads, electricity, water)
    • transition from subsistence-based livelihoods to development-oriented economy -- support to agriculture and private sector devt.
  • Cross-cutting strategic objectives:
    • explicit recognition of the regional dimension in all programs
    • importance of transparency and accountability
    • avoid crowding out the nascent local private sector and civil society
mdtf n portfolio at a glance
MDTF-N portfolio at a glance
  • Support priority national investments to consolidate peace
    • Census, DDR, New currency, Emergency National Infrastructure
  • Support state- and locality-level investment programs
    • Community Development Fund, Recovery and Development in Three areas
  • Focus onpro-poor rural development
    • Ag. reform, Pro-poor PSD, rural water and sanitation
  • Making decentralization work
    • CB for decentralization, CB for H and E
  • Lay the groundwork forgood governance
    • Rule of Law project: Capacity Building for the Judiciary
  • Technical Assistance Facility

Legend: GA signed; FPP approved; IPP approved; under prep.

mdtf n challenges
MDTF-N: challenges
  • MDTF small relative to GNU budget: key is to influence pro-poor reforms
  • Implementation difficulties: coordination; reforms
  • Size of potential portfolio large relative to resources available
  • Three areas and other war affected areas require stronger focus
  • Darfur?
mdtf s portfolio at a glance
MDTF-S: portfolio at a glance
  • Sector Programs with MDTF
    • Education
    • Umbrella Health
    • Transport and Infrastructure program
    • Water and Sanitation
    • Rural development (Agriculture, Livestock)
  • Investment Projects under MDTF
    • CB for Public Services; other CB initiatives
    • Rapid Impact Emergency Project
    • Core Fiduciary Services
    • Census, DDR, currency
    • Rule of Law (including Police Institutions)

Legend: GA signed; FPP approved; IPP approved; under prep.

mdtf s portfolio challenges
MDTF-S Portfolio: Challenges
  • CB program remains fragmented
    • Procurement, external audit agents; Institutions and HR; Capacity for ten states; Rule of law
  • Portfolio spread wide but unavoidable
  • Challenges of implementation in GoSS large in the ST
  • Tensions between goals of CB/quick wins, and recovery/ sustainability of programs
  • Are recovery programs sufficiently funded, esp. IDPs?
  • Co-financing sector programs promising
    • TA; Fiduciary standards; Harmonization of donors
  • Size of portfolio about right
available funding national mdtf
Available Funding – National MDTF

* Pledge for 2005 was about USD61 m.

** 2007 Figures are indicative only, actual funds requirements/disbursements will be spread out over additional years of implementation.

available funding south mdtf
Available Funding – South MDTF

* Pledge for 2005 was about USD104 m.

** 2007 figures are indicative only, actual funds requirements/disbursements will be spread out over additional years of implementation.

the way forward
The way forward
  • Agreement on process from IOC to OC
  • Strategies/pipelines to be refined at next OC in light of finance available + SC recommendations
  • Stronger TS for implementation, esp. in Juba
  • Urgent attention to WB-UN contracting
  • Improve coordination wt donors (incl. Arab, Asia)
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