Presentation on theme: "Implementing M4P? HR and Flexibility: Katalyst Perspective Manish Pandey Making Markets Work for the Poor Workshop Bangkok, Thailand November 26, 2008."— Presentation transcript:
Implementing M4P? HR and Flexibility: Katalyst Perspective Manish Pandey Making Markets Work for the Poor Workshop Bangkok, Thailand November 26, 2008
Katalyst-Bangladesh Phase IPhase II Donors DFID SDC SIDA DFID SDC CIDA The Netherlands Implementers Swisscontact GTZ-International Services Swisscontact GTZ-International Services Duration Oct ’02 –15 Mar ’08 16 Mar ’08 – 15 Mar ’13 Budget US$ 20 million US$ 45 million Line Ministry Ministry of Commerce
K Portfolio-E.g. ’ Vegetables MaizePoultry FlowersFisheryAgro-export Rural Economy: Agriculture and secondary towns - Rural Marketing AgricultureSmall enterprises in secondary towns Leasing ’ Seeds Compost Fertilizer ICT Services around Haats Mass Media Policy advocacy
Challenges, Responses Working through others Replication Outreach Internal structures and processes Project size Divisional methodologies Silo structures Coordination Capacity building of co-facilitators Replication and scale through private sector government Manageable span of control, flexibility Knowledge management Uniform methodology with wider definitions Meetings, planning
Challenges, Responses Institutional setting Government “ownership” Donor coordination, harmonization Time horizon 5 years Early impact Improved over time, consortium Built on trust and empathy
Lessons Design and Monitoring Methodology and approach take time to evolve Agree on impact logic & indicators Clarify institutional setting Invest in knowledge mgmt Evolutionary path of the project Donor harmonization through consortium Implementation Project led at private sector’s pace Portfolio includes success and failure Slow start, “burn rate” Limited capacity of co- facilitators High costs of frequent reviews & adjustments Internal communication needs of donors
Flexibility with rigor Project Identity? What are you? The “field” Methodology and approach Where is the impact? How do you measure? Impact logic, LFA M&E Activities Service Markets Development Enterprise Competitiveness Poverty Alleviation Donors Project M&IA Manual 3 rd Party Impact Assessment?
What is it all about? Capacity Orientation Business attitude Academic rigor Result orientation
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