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1 KEMENTERIAN PERENCANAAN PEMBANGUNAN NASIONAL/ BADAN PERENCANAAN PEMBANGUNAN NASIONAL Overview On Knowledge Sharing And How To Foster More Efficient Ways Of Sharing Knowledge For Development With Emphasis On Tailoring Knowledge To Demand In Partners Countries From The South Tb. A Choesni Director for International Development Cooperation/Bappenas Asia Pacific Regional Consultation of GPEDC – Plenary 3 Seoul, 10 March 2014

2 Background 2

3 Changing Paradigm 3 Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) (2012) 1.Governance: Steering Committee (15 members: Countries, IO, CSO, Parliament, private sector); Co-chairs (Indonesia, UK, Nigeria); Members (160 countries, 45 IOs/CSO/Philanthropy Orgz.) 2.Substance: Knowledge Sharing (Indonesia), MIC & SSTC (Mexico), Domestic Resource Mobilization (Nigeria), Private Sector Involvement (UK), Progress since Busan (EU, US, Korea) PARIS DECLARATION (2005) 12 INDICATORS OF PROGRESS BUSAN OUTCOME DOCUMENT (2011) 10 BUSAN INDICATORS AID EFFECTIVENESS DEVELOPMENT EFFECTIVENESS

4 Indicators of Development Cooperation 4 PARIS DECLARATION (2005) 12 INDICATORS OF PROGRESS: Ownership, Alignment (reliable country system, aligned on national priorities, strengthen capacity, use of PFM, use of procurement systems, avoid parallel structure, aid is predictable and untied), Harmonization (common procedures, share analysis) Managing Results, Mutual Accountability. BUSAN OUTCOME DOCUMENT (2011) 10 BUSAN INDICATORS: Focus on Results, CSO engage to development, contribution of private sector, transparency, development cooperation is predictable, aid is on budget subject to parliamentary scrutiny, mutual accountability, gender equality, effective institutions, aid is untied. Evidence Based Beyond Aid Innovative Financing Modalities: DRM; private sector involvement. Knowledge Sharing for Development Means of Implementation: South-South and Triangular Cooperation; role of MIC

5 KNOWLEDGE SHARING IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION FRAMEWORK 5 Knowledge Sharing Country Led Knowledge Hub and C.O.P. Global Dev. Agenda (MDGs & Post 2015 agenda) Implementation of Activities Global Development Cooperation Agenda From Aid to Development Effectiveness Mandate: Knowledge Sharing ie. GPEDC, G-20, UNDCF DEMAND SUPPLY Substance thematic areas – Post 2015 (country Comparative Advantage- eg. Poverty reduction, macro- economic management, disaster management) Brokerage Mechanism (Existing platforms) CLKH Infrastructure (toolkit, capacity building, etc) Funding activities – optimizing existing funding (eg. Aid, Philanthropy org, Private Sector, Trust Fund) SSTC Abbreviation: GPEDC: Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation CLKH: Country Led Knowledge Hub SSTC: South-South and Triangular Cooperation

6 How To Foster More Efficient Ways Of Sharing Knowledge For Development With Emphasis On Tailoring Knowledge To Demand In Partners Countries From The South: Community of Practitioners (COP) Country Led Knowledge Hub (CLKH) 6

7 Community of Practitioners 7

8 Community 4 Development Purpose of COP for Knowledge Hub is to support member organizations learning from existing country led knowledge hubs and from each other on how countries manage institutionalizing of knowledge exchange, and make better capture and reuse of their operational experiences. Knowledge Hubs COP has established as one stop shop for the ‘how to’ of knowledge exchange. Since March 2013, membership cover 200 members from 25 countries. Activities in the COP including peer learning activities through webinars and Q&A, blogs, and document sharing. The COP also hosted online discussion (e-discussion forums) on specific themes. 8

9 Country Led Knowledge Hub High Level Meeting “Towards CLKH”: – 1 st HLM, Bali, July 2012 Opened by the Vice President of Indonesia 300 decision makers from 46 countries and Ios – 2 nd HLM, Seoul, June

10 Knowledge Hubs: Components 10

11 GOI Framework 11

12 12 Development Effectiveness Improve quality of Planning and Budget Allocation POLICY OF DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION Investment Leverage to Private Sector Development and strengthen the Development Cooperation Policy Traditional loans and Grants ( Technology & Knowledge Transfer ) International Cooperation incl. South-South and Triangular Cooperation Knowledge Product (lessons learned) Beyond Aid: Knowledge Sharing/ hub International Development Agenda (MDG & Post 2015) National Development Agenda DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION FRAMEWORK

13 13 Development of Knowledge Center /Country Led Knowledge hub (e- learning) Lesson Learned from International Fora Utilization of Lesson Learned between Central and Regional Government Achievement of National Development Target Identifying the implementation of Development Program (Challenge, Success, and process) Knowledge Sharing Framework to Improve National Policy

14 COP and Thematic Interlink 14 GOI Central Agency (NCT) Country ABC Central Agency National Disaster Agency (BNPB) Other Agencies National Disaster Agency Other Thematic Agencies

15 감사합니다 (GAMSAHABNIDA) THANK YOU 15


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