Presentation on theme: "The Implications of Different Governance Models for Multi-stakeholder partnerships Jennifer Adams, USAID 19 November 2013."— Presentation transcript:
The Implications of Different Governance Models for Multi-stakeholder partnerships Jennifer Adams, USAID 19 November 2013
Key Components Of Multi-stakeholder Partnerships Informal, flexible Defined and structured Examples EITI Busan Treaty New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition Grand Challenges for Development Child Survival Call to Action USAID – AusAID partnership Walmart partnership agreement Global Partnership for Resilience (w\ Rockefeller) Purpose & Outcomes Share information Affirm relationships Visibility, public relations Innovate or achieve transformational change Mobilize new funding and concrete contributions Align efforts Coordinate existing funding and activities Build on existing relationships Financing Existing funds will be aligned to shared goals Existing funds continue to be maintained separately by participating stakeholders New funds obligated Funds from stakeholders put in a common trust or secretariat Specialized tool for aggregating funds (Grand Challenges for Development) No funds obligated Governance/ Accountability Leadership committee Advisory board Independent secretariat with staff and funding Agreed-upon metrics and reporting protocol Published/public accountability reports None Scope or Strategic Level Sector level Region level Multi sector Multi region Agency-wide or organization-wide Program level Country level Partnership components:
Governance structure: –Founding partners (range of partners includes SIDA, Gates Foundation, Duke Energy) form steering committee –Steering committee provides funding and technical advice, and chooses which innovators receive funding –Applicants include innovators from business, NGOs, universities Benefits far outweigh challenges –Aggregate and streamline funding –Share expertise –Leverage networks on the ground Challenges –Some coordination obstacles include stakeholders’ varying priorities, different metrics and funding cycles Grand Challenges for Development Structure
POWER AFRICA INITIATIVE Bilateral Donors Private Sector IFIsPartner Country Gov’ts US Government Partners Type of support Technical assistance Funding Technical assistance Funding Policy reform commitments Private investment USG will align and coordinate stakeholder resources to support the common goals of Power Africa, maintaining independent channels for delivery for each stakeholder Draft illustration of Power Africa partnership structure Technical assistance Funding Governance Terms of partnerships will be developed and maintained separately for each stakeholder. There will be no central governance structure. Example: MOU Letter of intentExample: MOU No Central Governance Mechanism of commitment
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