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Institutional Development and Capacity Building. Vivek Srivastava Somalia JNA Workshop Nairobi, November 25 2005. Defining the Cluster. A matter of choice and convenience No hard rules Group subjects that have some synergy and natural affinity Some choices are more obvious than others

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institutional development and capacity building

Institutional Development and Capacity Building

Vivek Srivastava

Somalia JNA Workshop

Nairobi, November 25 2005

defining the cluster
Defining the Cluster
  • A matter of choice and convenience
  • No hard rules
  • Group subjects that have some synergy and natural affinity
  • Some choices are more obvious than others
  • Local conditions
example 1 liberia nam
Example 1: Liberia NAM
  • GOVERNANCE, DEMOCRATIC DEVELOPMENT AND RULE OF LAW
      • Public Sector Capacity
      • Local Government
      • The Judiciary
      • Police
      • Prisons
      • Civil Society
  • ECONOMIC POLICY AND DEVT. STRATEGY
      • Financial Management And Audit
      • Development Strategy, Budget And Statistical System
      • Public Sector Procurement
      • Public Enterprises
      • Forestry, Extractive Industries And Natural Resources Management
      • Managing,, Monitoring And Evaluating The Implementation Of The Transition Framework
example 2 sudan jam
Example 2: Sudan JAM
  • CAPACITY BUILDING AND INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    • Public Sector Reform
    • Decentralization and local government
    • Public Financial Management
    • Public Procurement
    • Anti-corruption
    • Aid management
example 2 sudan jam1
Example 2: Sudan JAM
  • GOVERNANCE AND RULE OF LAW
    • Constitutional and electoral reform
    • Judiciary and legal reform
    • Law enforcement
    • Land Policy
    • Civil Society
    • Media
    • Culture
    • Human Rights
example 2 sudan jam2
Example 2: Sudan JAM
  • ECONOMIC POLICY
    • Poverty Eradication Strategy
    • Oil Sector and Transparency
    • External Debt Management
    • Central Banking and Financial System
cross cutting issues
Cross-cutting Issues
  • Gender, HIV AIDS:
    • These are cross-cutting in the sense of being pervasive – all clusters must take cognizance of these and address them
  • Structure and Organization and Systems of Government:
    • Has an influence and relevance on most other sectors
defining capacity building
Defining Capacity Building
  • Institutional development ("improving the rules");
  • Organizational development ("improving the structures");
  • Information development ("improving communication"); and
  • People development (improving skills through training).
core capacity and sector capacity needs
Core capacity and sector capacity needs
  • Useful to distinguish the core capacity needs of government (at various levels) and those of sectors; this is important for:
    • Purposes of training
    • Size of public service
    • Issues related to decentralization and service delivery
  • Critical to coordinate across sectors
  • Need think outside of “project” boxes