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1 Country monitoring of International Development Goals - the case of Tanzania Presentation at the PARIS21 Workshop for East Africa and the Great Horn, 23 July 2001

2 Layout of the presentation 4 Tanzanias progress report on the IDTs/MDGs 4 Tanzanias comprehensive Poverty Monitoring System 4 Support by development partners for the monitoring system

3 Tanzania Progress Report on IDTs/MDGs Background 4 UN Global Conferences of the 1990s defined a large number of goals/targets 4 These were summarised in the International Development Targets under the OECD/DAC umbrella 4 September 2000: about 180 countries formally agree on an augmented set of Millennium Declaration (Development) Goals 4 United Nations Development Group (UNDG) tasked with monitoring and reporting

4 Tanzania Progress Report on IDTs/MDGs Background 4 Prepared by the UN System in Tanzania, in close collaboration with the Government 4 First presented at Child Poverty meeting in London, February 2001 4 Tanzania report to serve as model for global roll- out of progress reports 4 Some copies of report available, or access Tanzania Online (www.tzonline.org)

5 Purpose of Progress Reports 4 Monitoring progress 4 Highlighting development challenges 4 Describing and analysing policy environment 4 Providing focus for external assistance 4 Highlighting data needs and capacity requirements

6 Tanzania Progress Report on IDTs/MDGs Contents For each goal: 4 Status and trends (including graphics) 4 Overview of challenges to achieving the goal 4 Analysis of the supportive environment 4 Priorities for development assistance 4 Analysis of the M&E environment

7 Outstanding issues 4 Further work to be done on targets, definitions, relationship between IDTs and MDGs 4 Need to define categories for supportive environment, M&E environment

8 Take note ! IDT/MDG reporting should not be a stand-alone exercise, but should be firmly embedded in a national statistical system and in the national decision making process.

9 Tanzanias Poverty Monitoring System 4 Developed over the past year, based on strong foundations laid before that 4 Developed in the context of the PRSP 4 Draft Poverty Monitoring Master Plan out for review 4 Master Plan contains: –detailed work programme (3 year outlook) –budget –capacity building provisions

10 Tanzanias Poverty Monitoring System Key components of the Master Plan: 4 Surveys and Census Programme 4 Routine Data Programme 4 Research and Analysis Programme 4 Dissemination Programme

11 Tanzanias Poverty Monitoring System Poverty Monitoring Master Plan documents: 4 agreement on indicators 4 institutional framework for poverty monitoring 4 Tanzania Socio-Economic Database (TSED) is the heart of the Poverty Monitoring System 4 IDT/MDG progress reporting will be a function of the system

12 External support for poverty monitoring 4 A strong group of closely collaborating development partners supports poverty monitoring in Tanzania: DFID, JICA, Netherlands, UN System 4 Working on joint support programme for the poverty monitoring system 4 Within UN - poverty monitoring seen as a system- wide initiative and a strategic objective under the UNDAF


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