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  1. Delivering results from development cooperationGetting and demonstrating results Antonio Tujan Jr. IBON International Betteraid

  2. Are results important? Results agenda for aid effectiveness • Why results fundamental to aid quality reform • Reciprocal relationship between results framework/agenda and aid effectiveness principles – Ownership; Accountability; Managing for results • For development partners – assuming and managing risks for genuine results agenda • Components of results agenda • United around country targets and strategies in programming and planning • Efficient management for low cost delivery • Incorporating mechanisms to ensure results in inclusive program management • Monitoring and evaluation to demonstrate clear outputs and outcomes

  3. Dangers of donor-driven “results agenda” - Are we being distracted from development? • Donor “Value for money” – an investor framework averse to risk? • Excessive focus on quantifiable short term development outcomes captures the development objective and process • M & E transformed into fetish for measuring outcome indicators • Disregard of the development process and local actors • Disregard of unquantifiable or difficult complex processes such as capacity development - (“not everything that can be measured is important and not everything important can be measured” – Albert Einstein) • Diminution of human rights approach in development • The PBF – the big push forward a response from IDS against the narrowing of what is valued and how value is measured

  4. What results, how to get results • Development - Quality of life, opportunities for human potential • Broad country ownership the start to determining: What results are meaningful to country needs and strategies for development? • Aid effectiveness – • What processes to negotiate national development strategies and results for aid assisted programs • What mechanisms to incorporate rights-based approaches (such as empowerment, consultation and participatory components) in aid assisted programs and projects • What affirmative mechanisms to ensure participation and benefit fo women and other marginalized sectors • What mechanisms for monitoring and evaluation for affirmative and inclusive participation, coverage and effective attribution for development results in monitoring and evaluation?

  5. Development effectiveness – results focus for people’s development • Development effectiveness deepens and strengthens effectiveness and results agenda to people’s development – how development cooperation empowers the people especially the excluded to claim their rights and strengthens governance mechanisms to uphold and defend people’s rights • Development cooperation mechanisms that are based on human rights agenda to ensure development results - empowerment, affirmative approaches, capacity development • Development trajectories premised on people’s economic participation, welfare and benefit • Difficulties and benefits

  6. Monitoring and Evaluation • M&E as inclusive country owned process • Philippines national platform on M & E • Factors for LDCs • capacity of state and institutions for leadership • Champions among donors • Readiness to engage inclusively • Capacity of civil society and parliament for sustained constructive participation M & E process