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1 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2012 – All rights reserved © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Regional Development Plan (RDP) for Africa Methodological approach Abdel Ilah Bousseta – Director of Development Cooperation (Arusha, 21 and 22 February 2013)

2 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Presentation 1 RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

3 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Plan 1Reminder of process 2Regional tables 3Data on areas covered by level-one priorities 4Expected results 5Funding and level-three priorities RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

4 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Doha Postal Strategy (DPS) Table of regional priorities Regionalization RDP process Resolution C 63/2012 Reminder of process Development of RDP Step 1 Validation/ communication of RDP Formulation of projects Implementation of projects Reports Evaluation/ review Step 3Step 4Step 6Step 5Step 2

5 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Regional development plans (RDPs) Integrated postal reform and development plans (IPDPs) Key regional projects (KRPs) Multi-year integrated projects (MIPs) Trainpost Quality of Service Fund (QSF) Emergency and Solidarity Fund (ESF) UPU presence in the field Reporting and evaluation system (RES) Country Country IPDP QSF projects ESF KRP RDPRDP MIP Presence in the field RES TRAINPOST Cooperation policy implementation tools

6 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved 5 CA/POC April 2013: RDP APPROVAL, LAUNCH OF KEY PROJECTS : RDP FORMULATION OF KEY PROJECTS 3 CA/POC February 2012: FINAL APPROVAL OF REGIONAL TABLES CA: FINAL APPROVAL OF REGIONAL TABLES 1 ROUND TABLES: CREATION OF REGIONAL TABLES Timeline for implementing the RDP

7 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Key projects Funding through development cooperation resources (70% or more, mainly from UPU budget) Projects of limited scope Funding through DCDEV and other sources (up to 30%) Projects included in the RDP but funded through resources other than those earmarked for cooperation (100% external funding) Regional priorities defined by countries on three levels RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

8 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Doha Postal Strategy 2013–2016 RDP AFRICA ARUSHA FEV 2013 Goal 1Goal 2Goal 3Goal 4 Improve the interoperability of the international postal networks Provide technical knowledge and expertise related to the postal sector Promote innovative products and services (developing the 3-D network) Foster sustainable development of the postal sector Programmes 1.1 Enhance quality of service, reliability and efficiency of the postal networks 2.1 Increase awareness of the role of the postal sector 3.1 Modernize and diversify postal products and services 4.1 Improve remuneration systems between designated postal operators 1.2 Increase postal integrity and security and facilitate customs processes 2.2 Strengthen members capacity to implement and manage their universal service 3.2 Stimulate market growth through the use of new technologies 4.2 Strengthen the UPU's capacity to respond appropriately to changing needs in the market 1.3 Develop adequate standards and regulations 2.3 Provide market and sectoral research in response to customer and stakeholder needs 3.3 Facilitate international e-commerce 4.3 Stimulate the inclusion of all segments of the population through greater and/or targeted access to postal services 1.4 Stimulate the use of information and communication technologies to improve access and performance 2.4 Develop statistical and analytical/cost accounting procedures 3.4 Continue development of postal networks along three dimensions 4.4 Promote environmental awareness and social responsibility 1.5 Promote addressing in national postal systems 2.5 Provide information and expertise to foster cooperation among stakeholders

9 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved African regional table Goal 1 Improve the interoperability of the international postal networks Goal 2 Provide technical knowledge and expertise relating to the postal sector Goal 3 Promote innovative products and services (develop the 3-D network) Goal 4 Foster sustainable development of the postal sector P1.1 Improve the quality of service of international and domestic mail – Promote the use of the QSF P2.2 Train managers in statistics and postal market research to meet customer needs P2.4 Continue the development and modernization of electronic money transfers P2.5 Raise awareness of sustainable development and social responsibility through suitable strategies and activities P2.1 Achieve the universal quality of service standard (J+5 for 80% of mail) – Increase the use of UPU monitoring tools and of the Global Monitoring System P2.3 Develop economic models for determining costs and setting prices P1.2 Stimulate growth of designated postal operators by developing e- commerce, and parcel and small packet services P2.6 Establish systems of good governance, and ensure cost and price transparency as well as quality of service P3.1 Improve postal security and eliminate the possibility of using the postal network to send dangerous goods P3.3 Publicize postal activities to promote new services P3.6 Continue the development of postal networks along three dimensions, to diversify products and services P3.9 Promote social dialogue and ensure sustainable development on an international scale P3.2 Promote addressing systems and the use of postcodes P3.4 Promote cooperation among designated postal operators P3.7 Advocate state guarantees and public funding for the development of postal infrastructure P3.5 Develop appropriate strategies to strengthen staff skills P3.8 Develop financial inclusion across the postal financial services Level I : Key projects (funding through cooperation resources and other sources) Level II : Projects of limited scope (funding through cooperation resources and other sources) Level III : Projects included in the RDP but funded through resources other than those earmarked for cooperation

10 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Presentation 2 – Introduction to workshop 1 RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

11 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved P1 Level-one priority P1.1 Improve the quality of service of international and domestic mail – Promote the use of the QSF Key projects P1.1 Component 1 Component 2 Component 3 Component 4 P2 Level-two priorities P2.1 Achieve universal quality of service standard (J+5 for 80% of mail) – Increase the use of UPU monitoring tools and of GMS P3 Level-three priorities P3.1 Improve postal security and eliminate the possibility of using the postal network to send dangerous goods Transforming the table into projects

12 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

13 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Evolution of QS 2009–2011 Delivery time % J %31.80%28.10% Delivery time % J %32.30%44.00% Delivery time % J %68.30%70.60% Delivery time % J %40.70%39.50% Delivery time % J %46.70%33.30% Delivery time % J %29.90%22.90% French-speaking Africa to industrialized countries Industrialized countries to English-speaking AfricaIndustrialized countries to French-speaking Africa Between French-speaking African countries English-speaking Africa to industrialized countries Between English-speaking African countries Source: DOT/Letter Post RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

14 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Estimate based on figures provided by countries that replied to IB questionnaires over at least 4 years (18 countries) Post offices connected to an elecronic network in Africa Countries using PTC solutions Post offices and electronic solutions RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

15 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved RDP 2013 – 2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21 – 22 FEB 2013

16 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Ordinary postal parcels Ordinary postal parcels (worldwide estimates, 2011) Worldwide ordinary postal parcels have almost doubled since 1990 The international parcel-post service has seen a sharp rise Base, 1990= – – – 2011 Domestic service3.9%2.8%2.1% International service-2.8%3.4%3.5% Average annual variation RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

17 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Evolution of parcel-post traffic in Africa 1980–2011 RDP 2013 – 2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21 – 22 FEB 2013

18 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Ordinary postal parcels Ordinary postal parcels (worldwide estimates, 2011) Total traffic: 6,402 million items 2010–2011: +2.1% 6,344 million items (99.1% of total traffic) Domestic service 2010 – 2011: +2.1 % 58 million items (0.9% of total traffic) International service 2010–2011: +3.5% RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

19 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Parcel post, domestic service Parcel post, domestic service (estimates by region, 2011) Growth in 45.3% of countries of world (50.3% in 2010) Variation 2010–2011 % of countries experiencing growth Africa-7.5%58.6% Latin America and Caribbean21.7%28.0% Asia-Pacific3.8%55.6% Europe and CIS0.3%37.9% Arab countries2.1%46.7% Industrialized countries1.8%44.4% RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

20 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Growth in 51.7% of countries of world (60.3% in 2010) Variation 2010–2011 % of countries experiencing growth Africa3.9%35.7% Latin America and Caribbean0.5%61.0% Asia-Pacific3.7%45.7% Europe and CIS10.0%72.4% Arab countries4.2%28.6% Industrialized countries3.2%64.1% UPU, Berne, September 2012 Parcel post, international service Parcel post, international service (estimates by region, 2011)

21 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved World average in 2011: 909 RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013 Number of postal parcels posted per 1,000 inhabitants, 2011

22 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved UPU e-commerce framework.post Import PostExport PostShipper/e-shopCustomer UPU Trusted website Global.post Certificate E-commerce payment COMPAS & clearing system global track & trace Prepare payment order Customs Declaration System Postal Export Guide Confirm payment Buy Offer Follow shipment/payment Lodge declaration submit declaration Transport goods Identify/sign security info Trigger payment Trigger export respond POST*CODE Check address RDP 2013 – 2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21 – 22 FEB 2013

23 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013 KPIs performance expected GlobalAfrica Delivery on time 95% % Transmission on time 98% % Inbound scanning 98% % Delivery scanning 98% % Customer service response on time 98% % Quality of service - African countries' achievements in December 2012 Number of countries African EMS members40 Users exchanging EDI38 Users of Rugby36

24 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved RDP 2013 – 2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21 – 22 FEB 2013 EMS - Quality of service trend 2012

25 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Outcomes expected Key strategic projects (Level-one priorities) Regional projects (Level-two priorities) Workshops 1 and 2 RDP 2013 – 2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21 – 22 FEB 2013

26 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Plenary introduction to discussions on: -Financing -Level-three priorities RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

27 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Main sources of project funding Union budget (cooperation and other programme and unit sources) Special Fund QSF National contributions Contributions from partners Funding RDP 2013 – 2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21 – 22 FEB 2013

28 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Estimate of UPU budget resources – Allocation for 2013–2016 (CHF) RDP programming and deployment process RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

29 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved QSF resources available at (USD) RDP 2013 – 2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21 – 22 FEB QSF funds available to African countries at 31 December 2012 total over 8,000,000 USD 2Three countries hold over 50% of the funds 3Fifteen countries hold over 80% of the funds 4Nineteen countries hold more than 100,000 USD RDP programming and deployment process

30 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Level-3 projects RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013 Project ownerThe project needs to be "owned" by a specific structure: –IB –PAPU –RUs –Other shareholders Project documentExistence of a bankable project file (IB can help) FundingAn organization willing to fund Requirements

31 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Outcomes expected Funding Projects (level-three priorities) Plenary (funding and level-three priorities) RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

32 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

33 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Populations access to electricity Electricity consumption per inhabitant (kWh) RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013

34 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved Results of survey on electrification of post offices RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013 Countries where all post offices have electricity Countries where some post offices have no electricity Number of countries1419 Availability of electricity in post offices – Global situation

35 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013 Post offices with electricity Post offices without electricity Total number of post offices Number of post offices 4,0441,0015,045 Results of survey on electrification of post offices

36 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013 Availability of electricity in countries with non-electrified offices – Global situation Countries where over 50% of offices have no electricity Countries where number of offices without electricity > 15% and 50% Countries where number of offices without electricity 15% Number of countries866 Results of survey on electrification of post offices

37 © UPU 2012 – Tous droits réservés © UPU 2013 – All rights reserved RDP 2013–2016 AFRICA ARUSHA 21–22 FEB 2013


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