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1 1 World Bank Support TFSCB STATCAP Monitoring systems / Core Welfare Indicators Questionnaire (CWIQ) Readiness Assessment

2 2 TFSCB F Multi-donor trust fund set up in 1999 F Closely coordinated with PARIS21 F Goal is to help reduce poverty by strengthening the evidence-base for decision making at all levels F Shared vision with PARIS21 - to develop effective and efficient national statistical systems and to promote a culture of evidence-based decision-making

3 3 Focus of Activities F Main objective is to strengthen national statistical systems F But also allows for regional and global actions where these are justified F Small grants, maximum of $400,000 with a maximum implementation period of three years

4 4 TFSCB funded activities can be F Country-specific –NSDS –Support for PRSP monitoring –Improvement in macro/or sectoral statistics; –Improvement of statistical infrastructure –Training F Regional –Workshops, seminars etc, regional coordination. F Global –Research, PARIS21 initiatives, etc

5 5 TFSCB Application Process Country Management Unit Task Team Leader Recipient Country TFSCB Administration Unit TFSCB Steering Committee Grant Agreement Supervision

6 6 Project Implementation F Preferred model is for country implementation F Statistical agencies gain experience in project management and implementation F Bank implementation is allowed, but must be justified F For some projects, spilt implementation has worked well

7 7 Some Outcomes F Leverage in projects: donor funds have been matched by other resources – including scarce resources from recipients F Follow-on investments: TFSCB has stimulated larger investment projects (e.g. Kenya, Burkina Faso, Nigeria) F Leadership: countries are often prepared to fund activities themselves, but look to PARIS21 and TFSCB for technical guidance

8 8 Some Lessons F Linkage of the Trust Fund with a strong global partnership is vital F With small grants, need to focus on those projects which leverage further investments F Need flexibility to respond to priority needs F Processes need to be streamlined but must still be rigorous F Need for a good advocacy strategy

9 9 STATCAP F National statistical systems under pressure –Under-investment and a vicious cycle of poor performance and inadequate resources F Need to focus on both demand and supply F Need for a long-term approach F But focus on results and outputs

10 10 How will STATCAP work? F A new WB lending instrument for statistical capacity building –System wide or focused on particular areas F An Adaptable Program Loan (APL), based on a sector wide approach –National projects will be phases of the APL –But projects may have several stages F Designed to be a simple, user-friendly lending facility

11 11 How will STATCAP work? F Based on a Project Appraisal Document (PAD). F PAD will be based on a Statistical Master Plan (SMP) for the country F The SMP will cover the entire national statistical system, even if the project is to finance SCB in only one area

12 12 Statistical Master Plan F Based on national strategies for statistical development –Identify strengths and weaknesses, –Propose an action plan F Includes –Statistical policy and the regulatory framework, management and organization –Statistical infrastructure –Statistical operations and procedures –Physical infrastructure and equipment.

13 13 What will StatCap finance? F Improving statistical policy and regulatory framework F Development of statistical infrastructure F Upgrading and developing statistical operations and procedures F Human resource development F Investment in physical infrastructure and equipment

14 14 Assessing progress F NSDS will set strategic objectives F Each stage of country project will have specific goals and targets F Make use of new assessment tools: –GDDS, DQAF and statistical capacity building indicators

15 15 WORLD BANK SUPPORT F More information

16 16 How does a country get started? Funding – CWIQ Trust Fund –Assistance for pilot & 2 annual national surveys –Part of annual household survey prog. –Covers pilot, TA, equip., dissemination –$400,000 limit Technical Assistance –Cadre of African consultants –Two regional training centres, EASTC & ENSEA Product Development –National light monitoring survey –Very large samples –Community of practice

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18 18 Monitoring Systems Information Collection Analysis Evidence based decision making

19 19 Monitoring systems Lessons learnt Institutional arrangements are the key but no blueprint System should be simple & flexible Build on existing processes Ultimate goal is to feed back into policy making M & E Action Plans for National Strategies

20 20 Readiness Assessment To set the context for the development of M&E Action Plans for National Strategies Incentives & Demands Roles & responsibilities Capacity building requirements

21 21 Readiness Assessment Further reading: 10 Steps to a Results-Based Monitoring & Evaluation System – Jody Kusek & Ray Rist


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