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  1. The three year rolling (2010-2012) work programme and 2010 budget of the Office of Evaluation Fifty-Ninth Evaluation Committee Session 9 October 2009

  2. Main comments from EC and EB • Sequencing of evaluation work programme (CLEs) with IFAD replenishment commitments • A more balanced presentation • Linking OE work programme to the delivery of corporate management results • Request for more details on human and financial resources

  3. Responses to comments • Undertake 2 key CLEs in 2010: • CLE on IFAD’s approaches and results in promoting gender equity and women’s empowerment • CLE on IFAD’s Private sector development and Partnership strategy • Postpone CPE Haiti to 2012 • Remove the planned CPE China from the work programme and provide inputs to the self-evaluation of the country programme in China by management • Devote more space to the 2010 Work Programme in the document • Link OE priorities to the delivery of specific corporate management results • Provide more details on OE human and financial resources

  4. Work Programme 2010-2012 A. Conduct CLEs, CPEs and PEs Contribute towards achieving selected IFAD corporate management results, e.g. CMRs 1 and 2 B. Specific evaluation work required by EP C. Evaluation outreach and partnership D. OE effectiveness and methodology

  5. A. Conduct CLEs, CPEs & PEs • Complete the outreach activities related to the JAE. • Complete the CLE on efforts and approaches to promoting gender equity and women’s empowerment in IFAD operations in December 2010. • Undertake the CLE on IFAD’s Private Sector Development and Partnership, to be completed in April 2011. • Three further CLEs are included in the forward programme: (i) A review of the efficiency of IFAD operations, to be initiated in 2011; (ii) IFAD’s Policy dialogue approaches and results, to be initiated in 2012; and (iii) IFAD’s Supervision Policy, to be initiated in 2013. • Finalize CPEs in Argentina, Kenya, Niger and Yemen. Undertake CPEs in Ghana, Rwanda and Vietnam in 2010. CPEs in Burkina Faso, Haiti, Jordan and Madagascar are included in the forward programme. • Undertake PEs in Brazil, Ghana, Laos, Rwanda, and Tanzania in 2010. Others are also provisionally included in the rolling work programme.

  6. B. Specific evaluation work required by Evaluation Policy • ARRI. • Three year rolling work programme and annual budget. • Four regular sessions of EC, additional ad-hoc and country visit each year (Mozambique in 2010, Yemen in 2011 and Ghana in 2012 as decided by the EC in July). • Comments on PRISMA, RIDE. • Comments on IFAD management policy proposals, as required.

  7. C. Evaluation outreach and partnership • Continue organization of in-country learning workshops at the end of each evaluation, dissemination of evaluation reports, profiles and insights; development of ARRI learning themes, and updating of the OE internet sub-site. • Participate in internal platforms (e.g. OSC, CPMT) to strengthen learning and knowledge management. • Continue to participate actively in the discussions of ECG, and UNEG. • Continue involvement in ECD, commensurate with priorities and resource availability.

  8. D. OE Effectiveness and methodology • Continue the application of the evaluation manual, and internal OE peer review activities. • Implement the recommendations of the external peer review of OE.

  9. 2010 Resource issues • Same levels of human resources as in 2009. • Around 2.3% real decrease in 2010 budget. • After mandatory increases over which OE has no control (inflation factor, and staff cost), OE’s budget proposal for 2010 is around USD 5.9 million (0.74% of IFAD programme of work for 2010 – down from 0.88% in 2009). • In addition, the EB in September decided that OE should include a one time below the line allocation of USD 50 000 for the completion of the external peer review of OE and IFAD’s evaluation function.

  10. 2010 OE Evaluation Budget (US$)

  11. 2010 OE revised Evaluation Budget (US$) Note: OE has just been informed by FS that the final exchange rate of USD at 0.722 will be used by IFAD for requesting the 2010 budget. At this new exchange rate, the staff cost will be USD 3 620 204 for the same level of human resources required for 2010), bringing OE’s total proposed budget to USD 6 220 204.

  12. 2010 OE Human resource requirements

  13. Next Steps • The OE WPB will be discussed at the Audit Committee in November. • Finally, the OE WPB will be submitted to the EB in December for approval.

  14. Cost of evaluation work

  15. OE Human Resources Note: OE also benefits from the services of 1 APO from Germany.