AID EFFECTIVENESS: Implications for Emerging Donors. Presentation by George Carner Vice Chair and U.S. Representative to the OECD’s Development Assistance Committee. OUTLINE. The Paris Commitments Plans for Monitoring Progress Early Baseline Survey Observations
Presentationby George Carner
Vice Chair and
U.S. Representative to the OECD’s Development Assistance Committee
Donors develop own plans and programs.
Dispersed effort, suboptimal use of resources
Countries cannot handle these demands.
Limited country leadership and capacity to plan and implement programs
Too little coordination among donors
Too many projects with different procedures.
Result: sub-optimal impact.
Aim: To encourage and track improvements and behaviour change
(A summary baseline report will be submitted to the DAC SLM and the final report will be ready by March 07 for HLM and other fora).
(as input for HLF3 in Ghana in 2008)
(supplemented by cross- country evaluation, peer reviews, global monitoring).
--For example, favor aligned projects with sector programs over free standing projects
--Try some sector budget support.