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LAC MIC++ Program Working with Middle-Income Countries : New Approaches . World Bank. Latin American and Caribbean Institute for Economic and Social Planning (ILPES ) Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). Marianela Armijo. ILPES June 25, 2009. Topics.

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lac mic program working with middle income countries new approaches world bank

LAC MIC++ ProgramWorkingwithMiddle-IncomeCountries: New Approaches. World Bank

Latin American and Caribbean Institute for Economic and Social Planning (ILPES) Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).

Marianela Armijo.

ILPES

June 25, 2009

topics
Topics
  • BudgetPolicies and Public Management
  • Regional Policies and Local Management
  • Management of training
budget policies and public management main areas
BudgetPolicies and Public Management : MainAreas
  • Training Government agencies. Public Manager of Ministry, Plannig, Budget Office, National and Local Level
    • StrategicPlanning, Performance Budgeting, Performance Indicadors, Logical Framework, TaxEstimates, ProgrammEvaluation, Management Projects
  • Networking: ASIP, Fiscal Policy International Seminar, IDDEA, Euro Social, etc
  • SupporttoGovernment of Latin American and Caribbean. TechnicalStreghteningtoSeniors Manager and midlelevel .
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BudgetPolicies and Public Management: MainResultsand Challenges, workingthecountries in Latin American
  • Cooperation South-South, in theconntext of Fiscal Policy Regional Seminar (20 years)
  • TechnicalAssistanceto: México (CONEVAL, SHCP) Costa Rica (FinanceMinistry) República Dominicana, Paraguay, Brasil, Ecuador…..etc..
  • Interchange of experiences of Planning and Management forResults: Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador.
  • Research and Publications in Budgeting, Fiscal Policy, Programm and PoliticsEvaluation, etc.
tendences and challenges
Tendences and Challenges
  • Interest in lessons learned:
    • Planning and Budget, linkages
    • Monitoring and Evaluation System and Decisions
    • Economic Policies and Governance….
  • Measuring the impact of training and support
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Movingtowardsknowledgemanagement

  • The training isnotenough
  • Strengthening capacities in publics organizations (Involvement of managers, others powers, and decisional level, regional, local..)
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Red IDEEA-ODMsRed de Intercambio y Difusión de Experiencias Exitosas para Alcanzar los Objetivos del Milenio

DEVELOPMENT ACCOUNT,

5th TRANCHE, PROJECT G

Eduardo Aldunate

Experto

Área de Políticas Presupuestarias y Gestión Pública

ILPES/CEPAL

eduardo.aldunate@cepal.org

el proyecto
El proyecto
  • Strengthening the capacity of Latin American and Caribbean countries to achieve the Millennium Development Goals by sharing information about successful initiatives through a regional network.
  • Bienios 2006 - 2007 y 2008 - 2009
  • Desarrollado por ILPES/CEPAL
  • Participarán ECA - ESCWA
objetivo
Objetivo
  • Aumentar los conocimientos de los funcionarios públicos y los profesionales del desarrollo de los países de América Latina y el Caribe sobre métodos eficaces y eficientes para contribuir al logro de los objetivos de desarrollo del Milenio.
la estrategia
La estrategia
  • Crear un medio que permita la operación de una red de intercambio de información y la difusión de las experiencias exitosas.
  • Integrar a la red a instituciones de todos los países de América Latina y El Caribe.
  • Generar una masa crítica de experiencias exitosas y difundir esta información.
experiencias exitosas
Experiencias exitosas
  • Políticas, Programas o Proyectos
  • Efectivos y Eficientes.
  • Impactos sostenibles en el tiempo.
  • Evaluados positivamente por todos los involucrados.
logros a la fecha
Logros a la fecha
  • Sistema de información creado
  • 17 países con experiencias registradas
  • 37 instituciones integradas a la red
  • 112 experiencias registradas
    • Públicas 88
    • En proceso 24
experiencias por pa s p blicas
Argentina 5

Bolivia 5

Brasil 14

Chile 1

Colombia 5

Costa Rica 5

Cuba 6

Rep. Dominicana 5

Ecuador 6

Guatemala 5

Haití 7

México 5

Perú 9

Paraguay 6

Uruguay 6

Total 88

Experiencias por país (públicas)

Primer lugar, ciclo 2005-2006, concurso

Experiencias en innovación social. Iniciativa de la CEPAL con el apoyo de la Fundación W.K. Kellogg.

experiencias por odm a que contribuyen
1. Erradicar la pobreza extrema y el hambre.

2. Lograr la enseñanza primaria universal.

3. Promover la igualdad entre los géneros y la autonomía de la mujer.

4. Reducir la mortalidad infantil

5. Mejorar la salud materna

6. Combatir el VIH/SIDA, el paludismo y otras enfermedades.

7. Garantizar la sostenibilidad del medio ambiente.

8. Fomentar una asociación mundial para el desarrollo.

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Experiencias por ODM a que contribuyen