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The Results Agenda Demystified Module 1: Introduction & Context Cape Town, February 2 – 5, 2008 Module 1: Introduction & Context Why Do we need a Results Workshop? International Context Managing for results is an emerging practice in development community. Its objective is to improve Aid effectiveness 2000: Millennium Development Goals 2002: The Monterrey Conference on Financing for Development 2004: Global Action Plan on Managing for Development Results (Marrakech international round table) 2005: Paris Declaration on Donor Harmonization 2007: Hanoi Third Round Table for MfDR 2008: Accra High level Forum for Aid Effectivenss Module 1: Introduction & Context Why Do we need a Results Workshop? Country Context Results based management is part of country public-sector reforms for improving the effectiveness of public services delivery Civil society increasing demand for greater transparency and accountability for the use of public resources Regular measurement of performance, especially program results and service quality, is currently a highly visible topic and priority in several countries. Module 1: Introduction & Context Why Do we need a Results Workshop? World Bank Context • 2003: World Bankd Adopted the Resulst Agenda Action plan. Seeks to encourage Managing for Development Results at all levels: Country, Bank, & Global. • 2005: International Development Association (IDA) . As part of IDA- 14/IDA15, the Bank is committed to intensifying its focus on development outcomes and introducing a more rigorous results measurement system • 2005: Africa Action Plan (AAP). The AAP is an outcome-oriented framework to guide the World Bank Group’s contribution to development results in Africa Module 1: Introduction & Context IDA15- Tier 1 Indicators at a Glance Growth & 1. Proportion of population below $1/day poverty line Poverety 2. GDP per capita Reduction 3. Public expenditure management Public Financial 4. Formal cost required for business start-up Mgt & Investment 5. Time required for business start-up Infrastructure 6. Proportion of population with sustainable access to an improved water source 7. Fixed lines and mobile telephone per 1,000 inhabitants 8. Access of rural population to an all-season roads 9. Household electrification rate Human 10. Under-5 child mortality rate Development 11. HIV prevalence rate of women aged 15-24 12. Proportion of births attended by skilled health personnel 13. Primary school completion rate 14. Ratio of girls to boys in primary and secondary education Module 1: Introduction & Context IDA15- Tier 2 Requirements at a Glance Country Level Quality of CAS Results Framework CAS Completion Report ratings Project level % of Projects with satisfactory quality at entry (well defined results framework, available information on Quality at Entry baselines, & M&E arrangements in place) % projects whose outcome indicators cover key aspects of the PDO Percent of ISRs with satisfactory outcome baseline data Quality of Percent of first ISRs with adequate baseline data for key Supervision outcome indicators Percent of projects with satisfactory outcome ratings (IEG) Quality at Exit % implementation completion reports that report on key outputs and outcomes from the results framework Aggregate outputs Progress on selected aggregate project outputs in four sectors: health, education, transport, and water Why Do we need a Results Workshop? Project Context Outcome % Sat (IEG Rating) Percent of 100 Completed 90 Projects 80 Rated Percent (%) 70 Bank Satisfactory 60 50 by IEG 40 (FY1980- 30 2007) 20 10 0 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98 00 02 04 06 FY FY FY FY FY FY FY FY FY FY FY FY FY FY Fiscal Year AFR Rest of the Bank Bank The outcomes of completed projects in the Africa Region (AFR have been consistently below Bank-wide averages. Decline in AFR ratings from a high of 70 percent in FY05 to 65 percent in FY06 and 57 percent FY07. 7 Why Do we need a Results Workshop? Project Context Figure 1. Quality of Results Framework in the Africa FY08 Operations (AFTRL) HU/U, 21% Assessment of Quality of Project M&E Systems S/HS, 34% (IEG) Good MU, 21% Poor MS, 23% Good , 34% Figure 2. Quality of PDOs, Indicators & Baseline Availability in the Africa FY08 Operations (AFTRL) Poor , 67% 100% 80% % Projects Meeting 60% Quality Criteria 40% NO 20% PARTIAL 0% YES PDO Indicators Baselines Module 1: Introduction & Context Project Context Need to improve the understanding of concepts and approaches of managing for development results: Linkage of country-level and operation-level results and linkage of different levels of the results chain Need to focus on results in the early stages of project and program design Need to focus more on the use of M&E to improve project and program implementation rather than only on measurement of indicators