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					  MODALITIES OF THE AFRICAN
     DEVELOPMENT BANK
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)

                      Workshop

“Improving Cooperation with Multilateral Organizations”

                   Maputo, Mozambique
                   November 30 2010




                                                          1
    How does the AfDB develop country
     strategies, programmes and projects?

                   Concept (CSP CN at strategy
                    level, PCN at project level)


Completion (CSP-CR at strategy   Design (CSP at strategy level, PAR
   level, PCRs of projects)         at project level, both with
                                    stakeholder participation)

                Implementation (CSP MTR, Project
                 Progress Reports, Project MTR,
                             CPPR)

                                                                      2
   Management for results (Mozambique)
                                                                           Age relative to
            Status             Sector         # of Projects   % achieved
                                                                             Appraisal
                             Agriculture           4             61%            0.96
                               Finance             1             58%            0.83
        Ongoing (based       Multi-Sector          1             81%            0.99
        on PIU reports –        Power              2             76%            1.30
         end of second          Social             2             24%            0.69
            quarter)          Transport            1            100%            3.85
                           Water Sup/Sanit.        1            161%            1.22
                              Median                            68%             0.99
                             Agriculture           2             70%            6.16
         Exited Projects
                               Social              4            108%            1.79
           2006-2010
        (based on PCR) Water Sup/Sanit.            2            156%            1.49
                              Median                            98%             1.66
                                                                                             3
   Performance review and accountability (Mozambique)
                                                          Procurement           Activities and Works   Output
                            Financial performance
       Project Name                                       performance               performance        performance
                                                                                                                     Q1       Q2   Q3
                             Q1      Q2      Q3     Q1        Q2        Q3      Q1      Q2      Q3        Q2
Artisanal Fisheries         12      18      41      41        30        60      81       70      58       71         45       47   53
Family Farming              50       0      13      63        29        45      59       56      29       50         52       34   29
Massingir Dam Supp          60      30      83      N/A       N/A        0      N/A      33      75       N/A        77       32   53
Massingir Dam Emerg.        N/A     N/A     N/A     N/A       38        21      50      100      50       N/A        50       69   36
Rural Finance               70      80      30       7         0        58      48       33      62       N/A        42       38   50
Financial Sector TA         25      20      62      19        23        19      54       60      80       N/A        33       34   53
Inst. Support For Public
                             83      25      73     9         78        36      57      39       46       100        50       61   52
Sector Reform
Electricity IV              N/A      0      100      73        35        64     50      68       32       N/A        61       34    65
Energy Reform - EDM          0      83      N/A     N/A       N/A       N/A     25      33      100       N/A        13       58   100
Energy Reform - ME          65       5       10     100        32       100     50      N/A     100       N/A        72       18    70
Electricity III             N/A      0      100      80        69        80     50      73       71       100        65       47    84
Women's Entrepr.            13       0        0      26        30        93     74      81       75       N/A        38       47    59
Montepuez-Lichinga Road     N/A      0        0       0       100       N/A      0      88      100       N/A         0       63    50
Nacala Road Corridor        N/A     N/A     N/A      20        18        75     33      25       59       N/A        27       22    67
Niassa Water & Sanitation   N/A     N/A     N/A     48        68        49      44      44      100       80         46       56   75
           Total             38      23      44     31        42        50      56      58       65       80         42       51   55
          Average                    35                       41                        60                 80                 49

                                                                    Rating system:
                                                          Unsatisfactory                                                <70%
                                                          Satisfactory                                               70%≤x<90%
                                                          Highly satisfactory                                          ≥90%
                                                                                                                                         4
   What is the division of labor between the
    Field Office and headquarters?
    o   Decentralization Road Map (being reviewed by Board)
    o   In 2009 FOs were responsible for little more that 10% of
        the main tasks in the work program, 15% of projects
        under implementation and less than 10% of projects
        under preparation
    o   Increasing trend to delegate more responsibility to Field:
          o Mozambique Field Office (MZFO) specialists are now
            Task Managers for 28% of the projects in the portfolio
            compared to none in 2008
          o Country Strategy Paper Completion Report-Country
            Portfolio Performance Report 2010 lead by MZFO

                                                                 5
o   Cross-departmental Country Teams play a central
    role in country programming and portfolio
    management issues.
o   World Bank: 15 Regional Directors in their regions
    in Africa, and three regional hubs (Kenya, Senegal
    and RSA). ADB: 0
o   The target is that 590 staff in field by 2015.
o   Proposal to establish Regional Service Centers (i.e.
    in RSA)
o   Key for success of decentralisation in sister
    institutions: greater autonomy for Field Offices
    matched by greater accountability.




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   What are the AfDB’s roles in policy dialogue
    with governments?
    ◦   Country Strategy Paper
    ◦   Economic and Sector Work
    ◦   Joint Review
    ◦   Active participation in G19 Working Groups
    ◦   Country Performance Review (CPPR)
    ◦   Quarterly portfolio review meetings with MPD




                                                       7
   To what extent does the AfDB mobilise
    resources at the country level?
    ◦ Co-financing (UA158 million in Mozambique portfolio)
    ◦ Parallel financing (i.e. Sida for Montepuez-Lichinga Road)
    ◦ Counterpart funding (in the past the rule has been 10%,
      now countries can request waiver to exclude counterpart
      funding). Portfolio in Mozambique: UA92 million expected
      in counterpart funding
    ◦ Bilateral trust funds (i.e. Portuguese Trust Fund, FAPA for
      economic and sector work)
    ◦ Private sector – Bankwide there has been a substantial
      increase in private sector operations (US$500 million in
      2006 to US$2 billion in 2010). In Mozambique only MOMA
      Mining Project is ongoing (still making repayments)


                                                                    8
Ongoing Projects in Mozambique    Co-Financier      UA
         Education IV                OPEC          5,861,515
         Electricity III             OPEC          4,396,136
         Rural finance                IFAD         6,660,000
                                 IDA/DfID/SIDA     7,830,000
    Financial Sector - FSTAP
                                    GTZ/KfW        2,510,000
                                   World Bank     30,610,000
     Energy Reform – ERAP              GEF         2,210,000
                                      NDF          4,360,000
   Montepuez-Lichinga Road            JICA        25,612,811
        Rehabilitation                SIDA        16,840,000
     Nacala Road Corridor             JICA        51,830,000
                     TOTAL                       158,720,462




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                                           Trends in Cofinanced ADF Projects, 2002-2008 (Bankwide)

                     7000                                                                                                          7.0

                     6000                                                                                                          6.0




                                                                                                                                           Multiplier Coefficient
Cost (UA millions)




                     5000                                                                                                          5.0

                     4000                                                                                                          4.0

                     3000                                                                                                          3.0

                     2000                                                                                                          2.0

                     1000                                                                                                          1.0

                       0                                                                                                           0.0
                            2002           2003            2004         2005            2006             2007          2008

                                                                        Year
                              ADF Contribution to Cofinanced Projects   External Contribution to Cofinanced Projects   Multiplier Coefficient




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       What are the funding modalities at the global
        vs country level?

.
         STATUTORY               NON STATUTORY

              ADB                      COFINANCING


                                        TRUST FUND
               ADF

                                 BILATERAL     MULTIDONOR
               NTF

                                  OTHER SPECIAL FUNDS


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          ADF: Concessional Resources
               40 LICs Eligible
           US$ 9.6 billion (ADF-12)


Regional Operations                       Enhanced Support to
      (20%)                               Fragile States (13%)


        ADB: Non-Concessional Resources
       200% Capital Increase in 2010
 US$ 52 billion (UA 33.5b) total usable capital

                                       Private Sector Lending
 Sovereign Lending
                                           (MICs, LIcs &
      13 MICs
                                       Regional/Multinational)
              Partnerships & Cooperation Unit (ORRU)              12
                                                                 12
            Total ODA to ADF Countries                                                                        ADF Funding

   2%               1%            2%             2%                                   1%            0%            1%
                                                                                                                               5%           7%
                                                                                                                 12%
                                                                                      19%                                      9%           4%
                                                                                                    22%
  29%              33%                                        ODA        ADF
                                 36%             38%                                                                                        15%
                                                                                                                 18%
                                                             INFRASTRUCTURE                                                    22%
                                                                                                                                            8%
                                                             decrease    increase     24%           23%
  14%
                   11%
                                 11%            10%
                                                                                                                 28%

                                                              SOCIAL SECTORS
                                                                                      26%           25%
  35%              36%           32%             27%          increase   decrease
                                                                                                                               65%          66%


                                                                                                                 40%
                                                                                      30%           29%
  20%                             20%            23%
                   18%


1999-2001        2002-2004     2005-2007         2008                               1999-2001     2002-2004    2005-2007     2008-2010    2011-2013
                                                                                      ADF-8        ADF-9        ADF-10        ADF-11       ADF-12
                                                                                                                                         prospective
Infrastructure       Infrastructure in Agriculture      Multisector      Agriculture & Industry      Social Sectors        Environment




                                                                                                                                                   13
           The Performance Based Allocation Formula



    Ai          =      (CPA*)i 4    x    (GNI/P)i -0.125        x           Pi

                    Country
 Allocation         Performance         Gross National Income          Population
for country i       Assessment          per capita

                                                           Needs




CPA*i =         0.26 x CPIAA-C      +   0.58 x GRD       +      0.16 x CPPR

                Country Policy            Country               Country Portfolio
                and Institutional        Governance             Performance
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                Assessment                 Rating               Rating
In Mozambique:
 ADF XI (2008-2010): Original PBA 2009 (UA131
  million), Final PBA 2011 (UA164 million)
 ADF XI approvals: 40% GBS, 60% project based

 ADF XII (2011-2013): PBA yet to be officially
                            Share of but is amount by Sector
  communicated to Governments approvedexpected to in
                                 Share of Approved Amount by sector
  be similar to ADF XI             Water & Mozambique

 18 ongoing operations
                                    Sanit.
                                                           Agriculture
                                     19%
                                                              26%

  (UA317 million)
 9 Non ADF activities       Transport
                               10%                             Finance

  (2.6 million UA)
                                                                  2%
                                  Social
                                        4%
                                                           Multi-
                                             Power         Sector
                                              17%           22%
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   How does the AfDB collaborate and coordinate
    with governments, civil society and donors?
    ◦ 140 MoUs with 71 partners (Bankwide)
    ◦ Country Strategy Paper (aligned with country
      priorities, strategies and programs)
    ◦ Working Groups (HoM, HoC, Econ/Sector WG Mozambique)
    ◦ Independent Review Mechanism
    ◦ Beneficiary assessments (water sector Mozambique)
      Co-financing/parallel financing arrangements
    ◦ Government participates in annual MZFO Retreat
    ◦ Joint missions (20% in Mozambique, 2009)
    ◦ Coordinated Analytical Work and Technical
      Assistance (i.e. EITI, PEFA in Mozambique).

                                                         16
   How does the AfDB coordinate with other MOs?
    ◦ G19: Head of Mission and Head of Cooperation
      Groups in Mozambique
    ◦ G19: Economist-Sector Working Groups Mozambique
    ◦ Harmonization of procurement rules (WB-AfDB)
    ◦ Harmonization of Results Management Framework
    ◦ Joint missions/co-financing (i.e. ERAP, Pilot Program
      Climate Resiliance with World Bank in Mozambique)
    ◦ Periodic high-level coordination and consultations
      between MDBs
    ◦ In some countries Joint Assistance Strategies
    ◦ Coordinated analytical work (EITI, PEFA Mozambique)

                                                              17
   What are the comparative advantages of the
    AfDB and what are possible synergies
    between the AfDB and bilateral aid agencies?
    ◦ African-based development bank (ownership)
    ◦ Focus and experience in regional integration
    ◦ Non-political (independent)
    ◦ Relatively high levels of funding, with focus on
      infrastructure
    ◦ Possible synergies include: co-financing and
      parallel financing opportunities, technical
      assistance, joint economic and sector work
    ◦ 13 Thematic Funds and 21 bilateral Trust Funds
      (Bankwide)

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