HIGH LEVEL FORUM ON AID EFFECTIVENESS, BUSAN How EU has performed in aid effectiveness commitments and how it has strengthened their implementation.

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HIGH LEVEL FORUM ON AID
EFFECTIVENESS, BUSAN
How EU has performed in aid effectiveness
commitments and how it has strengthened their
implementation
Post Accra: From Commitments to
Implementation
At EU level
• Common response to AAA through action plans;
• Monitoring Division of Labour - EU DG’s initiative and Fast Track Initiative
• Operational Framework on Division of Labour,
Use of Country Systems Technical Cooperation and Accountability and
Transparency
• Annual monitoring and reporting to Council: Accountability Report
• EU studies- benefits of an EU Approach; EU donor Atlas
EU Strengthened implementation
EU Operational Framework on Aid Effectiveness:
Council Conclusions November 2009
Focus on achieving concrete results
Three main themes:
• Division of Labour
• Use of country systems
• Technical cooperation
Council Conclusions June 2010
Council Conclusions on Cross-country division of labour adopted;
Council Conclusions December 2010
Adoption of a 4th chapter in the EU Operational Framework on Aid
Effectiveness.
SESSION II : QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION

What the Busan outcome document should be?

With regard to previous commitments (Paris and Accra), should these
commitments be reconfirmed as such?; Should they be refocused and
simplified on the basis of experience?

What kind of instruments do we need to enhance implementation?

Does the Busan outcome document have to add future decisions with
regard implementation and monitoring?
HIGH LEVEL FORUM ON AID
EFFECTIVENESS, BUSAN
How to ensure implementation of
aid effectiveness commitments after
Busan
CURRENT WP-EFF STRUCTURE
CHAIRS
Vice Chairs
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (26 members)
WORKING PARTY PLENARY (80 participants)
A Ownership &
Accountability
 Broad-based
Ownership
 Donor support to
domestic
Accountability
(Govnet)
 Mutual
Accountability at
country level and
international
Accountability
 CSO and aid
effectiveness
B Use of
Country Systems
 Support
implementation of
commitments.
C Transparent
& Responsible
aid
 Aid
transparency
 Strengthen
capacity &
performance.
 Predictability
 Improve
transparency on
use of country
systems
 International
division of labour
 In-country
division of labour
 Conditionality
D
Assessing
Progress
 Monitor
implementation of
PD & AAA.
 Evaluate
implementation
 Document
progress
 Monitoring the
fragile states
principles
E
Managing
for
Development
Results
 Communities
of Practice
 Capacity
development
 Incentives
 Results
Reporting in
Donor
Agencies
Work-streams: TT-SSC, TT-Health as a Tracer Sector, Private Sector, Capacity Development…
GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE AFTER BUSAN
• Focus at the country level; agree on arrangements
that strengthen demand-driven implementation
and partner country ownership
• Downsize global governance structure and
bureaucracy; decide on the future role of the WPEFF and DAC
• Enhance collaboration between different
organisations working on aid effectiveness
AID EFFECTIVENESS MONITORING
AFTER BUSAN
•
Issues to be considered in the future monitoring
framework:
 How monitoring can support country level
policy-making?
 How monitoring can contribute to the global
level development policy processes?
 How monitor potential differentiated
commitments in differentiated country
contexts?
SESSION II: QUESTIONS FOR
DICUSSIONS
•
How to ensure that the future aid effectiveness
implementation is well anchored at the country
level?
•
How should future WP-EFF look like? What
should be its major tasks?
•
How to arrange monitoring that can take into
account differentiated commitments? How can
monitoring feed into development policy decisionmaking?