Presentation on theme: "Busan High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness An opportunity to forge a new consensus on aid and development? Aid Effectiveness Division Development Cooperation."— Presentation transcript:
Busan High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness An opportunity to forge a new consensus on aid and development? Aid Effectiveness Division Development Cooperation Directorate, OECD March 2011
Table of Contents 1.The Aid Effectiveness Journey 2.Facts on Busan HLF-4 and Main Objectives 3.Busan – A Unique Opportunity 4.Busan – An Evidence-Based Process 5.Emerging Areas for Political Outcomes 6.Raising Partner Country Voice : Partner Country Contact Group 7.Next Milestones
Busan HLF 4: The aid effectiveness journey… Rome Declaration on Harmonisation Accra Action Agenda Busan 29 Nov – 1Dec Monterrey Consensus HLF-1 HLF-2 Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness Bogota Declaration on SSC Dili Declaration on Fragile States Istanbul principles on CSO effectiveness HLF-3 HLF-4
Who? Where? When? A political event that attracts ministerial attendance, with decisive outcomes Busan, Korea. Host: Government of Korea 29 November to 1 December 2011.
Busan HLF 4: Main Objective Draw conclusions on the Paris/Accra process and reaffirm commitments Draw on evidence to develop aid quality framework towards 2015 (MDGs) Address impact and role of aid in the broader development agenda – 2005 – 2006 – 2007 – 2008 – 2009 – 2010 – 2011 – 2012 – 2013 – 2014 – 2015 – 2016 –
Busan HLF-4: A Unique Opportunity Forging a new consensus on aid and development? – Last and best chance to realise the global commitment towards the MDGs; – Refresh and reaffirm Paris / Accra principles; – Recognise the role of aid as contributor and catalyst for development results; – Improve the quality of partnerships through embracing partner country leadership, diversity and mutual respect; – Seek convergence based on complementary strengths and differentiated responsibilities; – First time to be held in Asia – lessons from economic transformation.
Busan HLF 4: An Evidence-Based Process Evidence on what worked and what didnt work Working Party on Aid Effectiveness Clusters and Task Teams PD Evaluation (22 partner countries, 18 donors) PD Monitoring Survey (90 countries, incl. 14 fragile states) Regional & Sectoral consultations First draft of the Busan Outcome Document will be available in July 2011, drawing on evidence
Emerging Areas for Political Outcomes – Results and transparency for better accountability – Ownership and Leadership – Human and institutional capacity development – Diversity at country level – fragile states, middle income countries, LDCs – Recognise all forms of partnerships (SSC, PPPs…) – Role of CSOs, Parliaments and local government
First Narrative of Busan Outcomes I.PREAMBLE II.CONCLUSIONS ON AID EFFECTIVENESS PROGRESS III.ROLE OF AID AS CONTRIBUTOR / CATALYST FOR DEVELOPMENT RESULTS IV.LIST OF COMMITMENS TO ENHANCE THE AID EFFECTIVENESS AGENDA V.AGENDA ON OTHER DEVELOPMENT RESULTS VI.FOLLOW UP ON GOVERNANCE SYSTEM AND MONITORING FRAMEWORK I.PREAMBLE II.CONCLUSIONS ON AID EFFECTIVENESS PROGRESS III.ROLE OF AID AS CONTRIBUTOR / CATALYST FOR DEVELOPMENT RESULTS IV.LIST OF COMMITMENS TO ENHANCE THE AID EFFECTIVENESS AGENDA V.AGENDA ON OTHER DEVELOPMENT RESULTS VI.FOLLOW UP ON GOVERNANCE SYSTEM AND MONITORING FRAMEWORK Written comments by 3 April
Partner Country Contact Group – Objectives Candid assessment of progress at the country level Identify issues with limited / no progress, determine reasons why Consult on national priorities for future domestic and international actions Contribute to a common Position Paper on common and differentiated positions on actionable outcomes and building blocks to be presented at Busan Engage senior (ministerial) level political support / endorsement Partner Country Position Paper by July 2011 WP-EFF
Partner Country Contact Group – Composition Co-ordinated by WP-EFF Partner Country Co-Chair Constituted by WP-EFF partner country representatives; Supplemented by ad-hoc meetings of the PCCG at ministerial level (for example, to engage with donors at this level) Position Paper to be drafted by drafting team. RegionsConfirmed Countries (as of 7 March) AfricaCameroon, Egypt, Ghana, Mali, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Uganda (CSO) Asia-PacificNepal, Philippines, Timor-Leste, Vietnam Latin America & Caribbean CARICOM, Colombia, Honduras,
Road to Busan – Africas engagement 44 African countries (out of total 90 countries) taking part in the 2011 Survey on Monitoring the Paris Declaration 9 African countries (out of 22) taking part in Phase II of the Paris Declaration Evaluation African countries will be the main source of evidence for Busan.
Key milestones in 2011 Working Party on Aid Effectiveness Meetings and Key EventsHLF4 EvidenceConsultations Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 4 th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness 29 November – 1st December, Busan, Korea 1st draft outcome document Monitoring Survey: country level data collection Evidence for Progress Since Paris Deadlines: 31 March Regional and stakeholder consultations Evaluation: Synthesis report (April 2011) Monitoring Survey: preliminary results 1 st draft Progress since Paris (July 2011) Report finalisation (September 2011) Themes for Busan Deadline: January Preliminary Menu of Options WP-EFF EXCOM (9-10 March) WP-EFF + ExCOM (7-9 July) WP-EFF + ExCOM (5-7 Oct) 2 nd draft outcome document DAC SLM (6-7 April) WB/IMF Spring Meeting (16-17 April) Other key events WP-EFF co-chairs First Narrative Outline for Outcome Document (comments by 3 April)