Presentation on theme: "MoCS Trade Cooperation Division (WTO Division) National Implementation Unit, Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF) Ministry of Commerce & Supplies Government."— Presentation transcript:
MoCS Trade Cooperation Division (WTO Division) National Implementation Unit, Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF) Ministry of Commerce & Supplies Government of Nepal MoCS Trade Cooperation Division (WTO Division) National Implementation Unit, Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF) Ministry of Commerce & Supplies Government of Nepal Supporting Nepal’s WTO Accession (WTO-SP) GIZ German Agency for international Cooperation Supporting Nepal’s WTO Accession (WTO-SP) WTO Focal Point Meeting Kathmandu 26 January 2011 Chaired by: Supported by: OJK 24 Jan 2011
WTO Focal Point Meeting Kathmandu 26 January 2011 Agenda 1 - Official opening 2 - Introduction of GIZ 3 - Introduction of participants 4 - Presentation of program organization Tea break 5 - Presentation of key bottlenecks and solutions 6 - Operational planning and next steps 7 - Formal closing Lunch
German Agency for International Cooperation GIZ at a glance
Established on 1 January 2011, GIZ brings together under one roof the long-standing expertise of 3 implementation agencies DED, GTZ und InWEnt. Our registered offices are in Bonn and Eschborn, Germany. Working efficiently, effectively and in a spirit of partnership, we support people and societies in developing, transition and industrialised countries in shaping their own futures and improving living conditions. German Agency for International Cooperation
German Agency for International Cooperation Purpose of the organization GIZ’s purpose is to promote international cooperation for sustainable development and international education work. As a 100% federally owned, public- benefit enterprise, we support the German Government in achieving its development policy goals.
German Agency for International Cooperation GIZ operates in more than 130 countries worldwide. GIZ employs approximately 17,000 staff members worldwide, more than 60% of whom are local personnel. In Addition GIZ provides: 1,135 technical advisors 750 integrated / 324 returning experts 700 local experts in partner organisations 850 weltwärts volunteers GIZ worldwide
German Agency for International Cooperation Mr. Philipp Kruschel - Team Leader - Mr. Rup Kumar BK - Program Officer Ms. Himadri Palikhe - Program Officer Mr. O.J. Krueck - Consultant – Mrs. Sushmita Pradhan - Senior Program Officer - GIZ Team for WTO-SP
Name of government authority Precise mandate in regard to WTO Name of representative Introduction of participants and stakeholder matrix
WTO-SP MoCS 1 1 2 2 3 3 5 5 4 4 GIZ 123 4 Capacity Development (HRD/OD) M+E - Mechanism WTO Commitments NTIS Implementation Sector 1 Sector 2 Technical Standards AP 2 Support to Private Sector Activities Ind 3 AP 1 Support to Government Activities Ind 2 Ind 1 Public-Private Dialogue Platform (1) Stakeholder Platform (NBF Working Group Export Promotion) (2) WTO Advocacy Platform for general public Ind 4 Expected Outputs and Performance Indicators: 1. Mechanism to monitor and coordinate implementation of WTO commitments 2. Action Plan (AP 1) to implement pending WTO commitments with government stakeholders 3. Action Plan (AP 2) to implement sector approach for value chain of 2 priority products of NTIS 4. Public-private dialogue platform to ensure regular consultation between government and private sector Overall Objective: To strategically enhance the capacities of government, private sector, and service providing organizations and enable them to implement WTO commitments in an efficient business environment.
Results chain of WTO-SP InputoutputOutcome (program objective) use of output impacthighly aggregated impact