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					                                                                                                                                            1818 H Street NW, Washington, DC
             Third International Roundtable
             Managing for Development Results
                                                                                       DRAFT AGENDA –                REV. 01-31                           Tel: +1 202 473 9793
                                                                                                                                                         Fax: +1 202 522 1630
                                                                                                                                                         E-mail:RT3@mfdr.org
             Hanoi, Vietnam – February 5-8 2007                                                                                                                 www.mfdr.org




         Day 1: February 5                                Day 2: February 6                         Day 3: February 7                       Day 4: February 8
        Results Marketplace                                The Big Picture                          Results in Practice                      Taking Action
        Country Exchanges
9.00      Breakfast hosted by the                 9.00    Official Opening                  9.00     Concurrent Breakout            9.00    Theme Leader Summaries
          “Friends of the Roundtable”                     (Plenary)                                  Sessions on practical tools            (Plenary)
          & Overview of the Third                 9.30    Keynote Speech –                           and methods:                   10:00   Break
          International Roundtable                        MfDR: Leadership and
          (Plenary)                                       Politics                                   •   Leadership &               10.30   Discussion in regional
                                                                                                         Accountability                     groups of results of MfDR
10.30     Launch of Results                               (Plenary)                                                                         country action planning
          Marketplace                                                                                •   Evaluation & Monitoring
                                                                                                     •   Mutual Accountability &            exercise
          (Plenary)                               10.30   Break                                          Partnerships
                                                  11.00   Current Trends in Building                 •   Planning & Budgeting       12.30   Lunch & Marketplace
11.00     Community of Practice:                          Country Capacity in MfDR                   •   Statistics                         Awards
          Asia                                            (Plenary)
          (working session for Asian                                                                                                14:00   Roundtable dialogue on
          participants)                                                                     11.00    Break                                  engaging in a Strategic
                                                  13.00   Lunch                                                                             National Action Planning
12.30     Lunch                                                                             11.30    Concurrent Breakout
                                                  14.30   Big Picture Breakout                                                              Process (SNAPPs) on MfDR
                                                                                                     Sessions on practical tools
12.45     Community of Practice:                          Sessions                                   and methods: (Con’t)                   (Plenary)
          Africa
          (working lunch for African
                                                          •   Leadership &
          participants)
                                                              Accountability                13.30    Lunch & Meeting of
14.00     Marketplace Country                             •   Evaluation & Monitoring                Rapporteurs
                                                                                                                                    16.00   Roundtable Closing:
          Presentations                                   •   Mutual Accountability &                                                       The Road to Ghana
                                                              Partnerships                  14.30    Guidance for MfDR country
                                                          •   Planning & Budgeting                   action planning exercise
16.30     COMPAS
                                                          •   Statistics                             (Plenary)
                                                                                                                                                   Legend
                                                                                            15.00    Working        Working
18.30     Reception & Dinner                      16.30   Consultation on the Second
                                                                                                     session for    session for
                                                                                                                                               Plenary Sessions
          (Friends of the Roundtable)                     Edition Sourcebook on                                                                Special Sessions
                                                          Managing for Development                   country        donors &
                                                          Results (Invitation only)                  delegations    other                      Big Picture Breakouts
                                                                                                                    organizations              Breakout slots 1&2
                                                  18.30   Dinner and Cultural Program
                                                          (Government of Vietnam)           19.00    Reception and Dinner                      Breakout slots 3&4
                                                                                                     (KPMG)                                    Meals & Breaks



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DRAFT AGENDA - REV. 01-31
Day 1: RESULTS MARKETPLACE AND COUNTRY EXCHANGES
9.00 - 10.30       Breakfast hosted by the Friends of the Roundtable                           Co-Chair: Laurent Msellati, Acting Country
                                                                                               Director, World Bank
                        •    Overview of the Third International Roundtable on MfDR            Co-Chair: Cao Viet Sinh, Deputy Minister,
                                                                                               Ministry of Planning and Investment,
                        •    Presentation and walk-through of Roundtable Agenda,               Government of Vietnam
                             administrative/logistical issues, introduction of Results         Speaker: Elizabeth Ashbourne, Chair,
                             Marketplace                                                       Roundtable Organizing Committee
                                                                                               MC: Phil Hay

                                                                                               Location:
                                                                                               Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom (Interpretation)
10.30 - 12.00      Launch of Results Marketplace                                               Speaker: Jim Adams, Vice President, World
                                                                                               Bank
                        •    Welcome remarks from World Bank and SAP, ribbon cutting           Speaker: Mike Mayer, Vice President, SAP
                             ceremony                                                          MC: Phil Hay
                        •    Marketplace posters highlighting the latest developments,
                             approaches, and tools in managing for development results will    Location:
                             be available for participants to view at their own pace
                                                                                               Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom (Interpretation)
11.00 – 12.30      Community of Practice – Asia                                                Chair: Juanita Amatong, Philippines
                   (working session for Asian country participants, other participants
                   welcome as observers)                                                       Location:
                                                                                               Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom 1 (Interpretation)
                   A community of practice (CoP) is an informal network – a group of people
                   who share a common sense of purpose and desire to exchange
                   knowledge and experiences in an area of shared interest. Though mutual
                   learning and sharing of information, the CoP aims to develop and
                   strengthen core competencies by:
                                  o Developing and spreading good practices
                                  o Connecting ‘islands of knowledge” into self-organizing
                                      networks of professionals
                                  o Fostering cross-functional collaboration
                        • Overview of the activities of the Asian Community of Practice
                             on MfDR
                        • Discussion of lessons learned with potential African CoP
                             members present
12.00 – 14.00      Lunch – voucher style
                                                                                               Location:
                                                                                               Melia Hotel – various restaurants
12.45 – 14.00      Community of Practice – Africa                                              Co-Chair: Peter Ssentongo, Uganda
                   (working lunch for African participants, other participants welcome as      Co-Chair: Rolando Tungpalan, Philippines
                   observers)
                                                                                               Location:
                       • Launch of the African CoP                                             Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom 1 (Interpretation)
14.00 – 17.30      Results Marketplace
                                                                                               Presentation Coordinators:
                   Country & Development Partner Presentations:                                Kjerstin Andreasen, OECD
                                                                                               Fernando Casado, UN
                        •    Marketplace posters highlighting the latest developments,
                             approaches, and tools in managing for development results will    Location:
                             be available for participants to view at their own pace
                                                                                               Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom foyer
                        •    Each country and development partner will have an opportunity
                             to present a 15-minute summary of their poster during this time


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                          period
16.30 – 18.00     COMPAS: Multilateral Development Bank (MDB) Common Performance               Chair: Arne Paulson, Inter-American
                  Assessment System (COMPAS)                                                   Development Bank

                       •    Overview presentation on COMPAS: A systematic framework            Speakers:
                            for collecting consistent information on how MDBs conduct          Per O. Bastoe, Principal Results Management
                            business and organize themselves to ensure that their              Specialist, Asian Development Bank
                            operations are geared towards results.                             Susan Stout, Manager of Results Secretariat,
                       •    Consultation on COMPAS 2006 report: a joint product of the         World Bank
                            African Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the
                            European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Inter-       Location:
                            American Development Bank, and the World Bank.                     Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom 1 (Interpretation)
18.30 – 20.00     Reception and Buffet Dinner: Hosted by the Friends of the                    Speakers:
                  Roundtable                                                                   Representative of the World Bank
                                                                                               Representative of the Government of Vietnam
                       •    Welcoming remarks from the co-chairs of the Friends of the         MC: Phil Hay
                            Roundtable Group
                       •    Performance by Vietnamese Dragon and Drum performers               Location:
                                                                                               Melia Hotel, Thang Long Ballroom




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DAY 2: THE BIG PICTURE
9.00 - 9.30       Official Opening                                                               MC: Phil Hay
                  (Plenary Session)
                                                                                                 Speaker: Deputy Prime Minister Pham Gia
                                                                                                 Khiem, Government of Vietnam

                                                                                                 Location:
                                                                                                 Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom (Interpretation)
9.30 - 10.30      Keynote Speech
                  (Plenary Session)                                                              Speaker: Xu Lin, Director General, Department
                                                                                                 of Fiscal and Financial Affairs, National
                  Managing for Development Results: Leadership and Politics                      Development and Reform Commission (NDRC),
                                                                                                 People’s Republic of China
                                                                                                 Introduction: C. Lawrence Greenwood, Vice
                                                                                                 President, Asian Development Bank

                                                                                                 Rapporteur: Jason Rush & Pat Rogers

                                                                                                 Location:
                                                                                                 Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom (Interpretation)
10.30 – 11.00     Coffee Break


11.00 – 13.00     Current Trends in Building Country Capacity to Manage for
                  Development Results                                                            Chair: Susan Stout, Manager of Results
                  (Plenary Session)                                                              Secretariat, World Bank
                                                                                                 Panelist: Kumi Naidoo, Secretary General,
                  The objective of this plenary session is to provide all participants with an   CIVICUS
                  overview of the evolution and current progress on the Results Agenda,          Panelist: Mario Marcel, Former Finance
                  focusing on the five principle themes of the Third International               Advisor to President of Chile
                  Roundtable.                                                                    Panelist: Tim Stiles, Global Grants Program,
                                                                                                 KPMG
                  The Plenary will be Chaired by Ms. Susan Stout, Manager of the Results         Panelist: Danny Leipziger VP & Head of
                  Secretariat at the World Bank who will provide the overview and a              Network, World Bank
                  summary of the Roundtable Themes. She will also introduce each of the          Facilitator: Phil Hay
                  speakers, who have been invited to represent the views of major
                  stakeholders in the effort to improve development effectiveness through        Rapporteur: Poonam Gupta
                  greater harmonization and focus on results.
                                                                                                 Location:
                                                                                                 Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom (Interpretation)
13.00 – 14.30     Lunch – voucher style
                                                                                    Location:
                                                                                    Melia Hotel – various restaurants
                                      BIG PICTURE BREAKOUTS: Concurrent sessions 14.30 – 16.30

14.30 – 16.30     Leadership & Accountability – Big Picture Breakout                             Chair: Gabriel-M Lessard, Canadian
                  Theme Leader: CIDA                                                             Ambassador to Vietnam

                  Creating a Culture of Results: From Rhetoric to Reality                        Facilitator: Susan Stout - Manager of Results
                                                                                                 Secretariat – World Bank
                  A panel of different leaders participating in the Third International Round-
                  Table will provide their own experience of using MfDR to improve their         Speakers:
                  accountability, their leadership (around these dimensions: vision and          Margaret Kakande, Ministry of Finance,
                  value, effectiveness and change) and experiences in creating a culture of      Uganda
                  results. They will also discuss the incentives required to create a culture    Cao Viet Sinh, Deputy Minister, MPI, Vietnam
                  of results.



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                                                                                                  Discussants:
                                                                                                  Tim Stiles, Global Grants Program, KPMG
                                                                                                  Hughette Akplogan Dossa, Social Watch,
                                                                                                  Bénin
                                                                                                  Maarten Brouwer, Director of Effectiveness &
                                                                                                  Quality, Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs

                                                                                                  Rapporteur: Sheila Daunt

                                                                                                  Location:
                                                                                                  Grand Ballroom 1 (Interpretation)
14.30 – 16.30     Evaluation & Monitoring – Big Picture Breakout                                  Chair: Vinod Thomas, Independent Evaluation
                  Theme Leader: Evalunet & AsDB                                                   Group, World Bank

                  The Roles and Functions of E&M: Why Bother?                                     Speakers:
                                                                                                  Peter Ssentongo, Assistant Commissioner for
                  Based on experiences in various country and organizational contexts this        Coordination and Monitoring, Office of the Prime
                  session will include a panel and plenary discussion on possibilities and        Minister, Uganda
                  limitations of monitoring and evaluation, how it has developed over time        Koshy Thomas, Deputy Under-secretary ,
                  and present some concrete monitoring and evaluation systems.                    Ministry of Finance, Malaysia
                                                                                                  Dwight Uylett, Principal Director for Standards,
                                                                                                  Government of Jamaica
                                                                                                  Larry Cooley, President, MSI

                                                                                                  Rapporteur: Mohamed Khatouri

                                                                                                  Location:
                                                                                                  Grand Ballroom 3
14.30 – 16.30     Planning & Budgeting – Big Picture Breakout                                     Chair: Danny Leipziger, Vice President,
                  Theme Leader: WB (PREM)                                                         PREM, World Bank

                  Linking policy, planning, and budgeting: Institutional Arrangements             Speakers:
                  for Linking Resources and Results                                               Mario Marcel, Director, Politeia Soluciones
                                                                                                  Publicas, Chile
                  The session aims to explore how well-integrated policy-making, planning,        Peter Brooke, Associate Director of DAI Europe
                  and budgeting processes can promote poverty reduction outcomes.                 Mugisha Gerase Kamugisha, MoF, Tanzania
                  There are generally two dimensions that determine to what extent these          (TBC) or Pedro Couto, Vice Minister, Ministry
                  processes are linked: (1) leadership (and political economy incentives),        of Finance, Mozambique (TBC)
                  and, (2) institutional capacity (technical skills, processes, organizations,    Kangho Lee, Director, Growth Strategy
                  information systems). A lot of attention has been on strengthening the          Division, Ministry of Planning and Budget, South
                  technical aspects of linking policies to plans and budgets (MTEFs,              Korea
                  results-based budgeting, IFMIS systems etc.). But reform processes are
                  complex and face challenges in terms of their proper sequencing, the            Rapporteur: Poonam Gupta
                  handling of cross-cutting issues, clarity of intended outcomes beyond
                  technical process change and the matching of existing capacity with             Location:
                  planned reforms. Also, relatively little attention has been given to the role
                  of political ownership and the way it may be affected through donor             Grand Ballroom 2
                  interventions.
14.30 – 16.30     Mutual Accountability & Partnerships – Big Picture Breakout
                  Theme Leader: DFID                                                              Co-Chair: Partner Country Representative -
                                                                                                  TBC
                  Mutual Accountability and Results: Who Does What, and How Will                  Co-Chair: Richard Manning, OECD-DAC
                  We Know?
                                                                                                  Speakers:
                  Different perspectives on the meaning of mutual accountability for partner      Mark Lowcock, DFID
                  countries, donors, and civil society, and how the concept can be used to        Kumi Naidoo, CIVICUS
                  drive results.                                                                  Salil Shetty, UN Millennium Campaign
                                                                                                  Partner Country Representative - TBC



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                                                                                                Rapporteur: Charles Clift, Gail Richardson &
                                                                                                Jeanette Murry

                                                                                                Location:
                                                                                                Function Room 1-2
14.30 – 16.30     Statistics – Big Picture Breakout
                  Theme Leader: PARIS21                                                         Chair: Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Former Minister
                                                                                                of Finance, Nigeria
                  Data for Results: Policy Needs – Quality In, Quality Out
                                                                                                Facilitator: Phil Hay, World Bank
                  This session will be a facilitated panel discussion, involving both policy
                  makers and statisticians. Case studies will be highlighted. It will examine   Speakers:
                  what data policy makers need to develop programs that reduce poverty          Jean-Baptiste Compaore, Minister of Finance,
                  and achieve development results. What decisions do they have to make,         Burkina Faso (TBC)
                  what are their policy choices, and to whom do they need to demonstrate        Anthony Kilele, Director, Central Bureau of
                  progress? What data are needed; how have statisticians responded?             Statistics, Kenya
                                                                                                Antonio Millán, Mexico
                                                                                                Pierre Jacquet, Chief Economist, Agence
                                                                                                française de développement (AFD)
                                                                                                Chris Scott, PARIS21

                                                                                                Rapporteur: Eric Swanson & Pedro Arizti

                                                                                                Location:
                                                                                                Thang Long Ballroom (Interpretation)
16.30 – 18.00     Sourcebook Consultation (Invitation Only)                                     Chair: Elizabeth Ashbourne, Chair,
                                                                                                Sourcebook Review Panel
                  The OECD/DAC and its development partners have selected, through a
                  competitive process, fourteen outstanding cases that demonstrate              Speakers:
                  country capacity to manage for development results (MfDR). These cases        Hannah Cooper, World Bank
                  have been combined into a working draft of the 2nd Edition of the             Jeffrey Balkind, World Bank
                  Sourcebook: Emerging Good Practice on MfDR – available for the first
                  time at the Third International Roundtable.                                   Location:
                  The consultation session will seek input on the working draft of the 2nd      Executive Boardroom
                  Edition Sourcebook on Managing for Development Results.

                  Participants will be asked to provide feedback on:
                            2nd Edition Content, including regional, sectoral, and
                            project/program distribution
                            Is the 2nd Edition successful in identifying and getting to the
                            heart of the issues?
                            Is it readable?
                            Does it provide good guidance and learning opportunities?

18.30 – 21.00
                                                                                                Host: Deputy Prime Minister Pham Gia
                                                                                                Khiem, Government of Vietnam
                  Reception and Dinner with Cultural Program
                                                                                                Location:
                                                                                                International Convention Center




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Day 3 : Results in Practice
                                      BREAKOUT SESSIONS 1 & 2 - Concurrent sessions 9.00 – 11.00

9.00 – 11.00      Leadership & Accountability – Breakout Session 1                               Chair: Edward Dua Agyeman, Auditor-
                  Theme Leader: CIDA                                                             General; Republic of Ghana

                  Leadership to Implement MfDR: Developing the Capacity to Lead for              Speakers:
                  Results                                                                        Moira Hart-Poliquin, World Bank Institute
                                                                                                 Henri Rabesahala, Director of Good
                  The objective of this session is to identify what can be done to strengthen    Governance, Office of the President,
                  leadership, to develop leadership capacity in order to manage for              Madagascar
                  development results and improve accountability.                                Augustine Kampayana, Director of Planning,
                                                                                                 community development and social affairs,
                                                                                                 Rwanda
                                                                                                 Abdellatif Bencherifa Wali, Governor of the
                                                                                                 Wilawa of the El Gharb-Chrarda-BeniHssen
                                                                                                 region and of the province of Kénitra, Morocco

                                                                                                 Rapporteur: Sheila Daunt & Hannah Cooper

                                                                                                 Location:
                                                                                                 Grand Ballroom 2

9.00 – 11.00      Evaluation & Monitoring – Breakout Session 1                                   Chair: Per O. Bastoe, Principal Results
                  Theme Leader: Evalunet & AsDB                                                  Management Specialist, Asian Development
                                                                                                 Bank
                  How can we Monitor and Evaluate? – Learning From Tried and True
                  Approaches                                                                     Speakers:
                                                                                                 Bui Ha, Director General, Department of
                  This session will present some of the relevant tools and approaches of         General economic issues, Ministry of Planning
                  monitoring and evaluation, based on actual experiences in partner              and Investment, Vietnam
                  countries. It will also highlight opportunities and barriers in applying the   Patric Isaac Donkar, Acting Director,
                  tools and implement the approaches.                                            Monitoring and Evaluation, National
                                                                                                 Development Planning Commission, Ghana
                                                                                                 Yingming Yang, Director, Ministry of Finance,
                                                                                                 Peoples Republic of China
                                                                                                 Mei Wang, Senior Economist, World Bank
                                                                                                 China Resident Mission
                                                                                                 Raza Ahmad, Governance and Capacity
                                                                                                 Development Specialist, Asian Development
                                                                                                 Bank

                                                                                                 Discussant: Terence D. Jones, Director,
                                                                                                 UNDP Bureau for Development Policy/Capacity
                                                                                                 Development Group

                                                                                                 Rapporteur: Mohamed Khatouri

                                                                                                 Location:
                                                                                                 Grand Ballroom 1 (Interpretation)
9.00 – 11.00      Evaluation & Monitoring – Breakout Session 2                                   Chair: Pierre Jacquet, Chair, DAC POVNET
                  Theme Leader: OECD-DAC POVNET                                                  and AfD, France

                  Improving Decision Making for Results                                          Speakers:
                                                                                                 Wolf Dio, Leader, POVNET Task Team on
                  The aim of this breakout session is to highlight and illustrate the            Poverty Impact Assessment and GTZ, Germany
                  contribution of ex ante analysis and assessments of poverty and social
                                                                                                 Rahul Sen, Independent Consultant, India


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                  impact for evidence-based decision making, joint interventions by partner      Louise Cord, World Bank
                  countries and donors, the design of policy reforms and effective               Srey Chanty, Independent Consultant,
                  management for development results. The session will focus on the              Cambodia
                  poverty and social impact analysis (PSIA) approach and the ex ante
                  poverty impact assessment (PIA) recently developed within the DAC              Discussant: Nguyen Thang, Vietnam
                  Network on Poverty Reduction (POVNET).                                         Academy for Social Sciences


                                                                                                 Rapporteur: Bill Nicol

                                                                                                 Location:
                                                                                                 Function Room 1-2
9.00 – 11.00      Planning & Budgeting - Breakout Session 1                                      Chair: Mario Marcel, Director, Politeia
                  Theme Leader: WB (PREM)                                                        Soluciones Publicas, Chile

                  Getting the “R” Word into Public Sector Budgets                                Overview: Geoff Dixon, Australia

                  There are numerous tools for introducing performance improvement into          Speakers:
                  the public sector, all about changing incentives and results. Reforms          Peter Ssentongo, Uganda
                  include performance-budgeting (among other names), performance                 Heng Ho Lee, South Korea
                  contracting, customer satisfaction surveys, performance monitoring and
                  evaluation. The session will explore some of the tools available, issues       Rapporteur: Poonam Gupta
                  and lessons of their application, and what practical steps might be taken
                  to introduce performance orientation into the public sector for improved       Location:
                  service delivery and efficiency.                                               Function Room 3
9.00 – 11.00      Planning & Budgeting - Breakout Session 2                                      Chair: Philip Krause (GTZ)
                  Theme Leader: WB (PREM)
                                                                                                 Overview: Vera Wilhelm (PRMPR)
                  Minding the Gaps: Linking PRS and Budgets for Results
                                                                                                 Speakers:
                  Existing efforts to link PRSs with the budget process have been flawed.        Pedro Couto, Vice Minister, Ministry of
                  Commonly identified reasons are the fragmentation of the budget process        Finance, Mozambique
                  in many developing countries and the lack of country ownership and             Tim Williamson, Overseas Development
                  prioritization in PRS. The session will review (i) the main challenges that    Institute
                  have arisen in countries trying to link their PRSs with the budget, and (ii)
                  how improving the linkages between PRSs and budget reporting could             Rapporteur: Isaac Matzner
                  help to increase domestic accountability for poverty reduction results.
                                                                                                 Location:
                                                                                                 Function Room 6-7
9.00 – 11.00      Mutual Accountability & Partnerships – Breakout Session 1                      Co-Chair:- Tran Manh Cuong, Deputy Director
                  Theme Leader: DFID                                                             General, Foreign Economic Relations
                                                                                                 Department, Government of Vietnam
                  Holding Donors Accountable: How Can They Do Better?                            Co-Chair: Maarten Brouwer, Director of
                                                                                                 Effectiveness & Quality, Netherlands Ministry of
                  Country-level initiatives for holding donors to account and managing for       Foreign Affairs
                  results. What works in different countries? What can be done to increase
                  the capacity of partner countries to manage aid more effectively and           Speakers:
                  boost mutual accountability? What could donors do better?                      Im Sour, Government of Cambodia
                                                                                                 Chou Heng, Government of Cambodia
                                                                                                 Momade Amisse Saide Ministry of Planning,
                                                                                                 Mozambique
                                                                                                 Simon Vanden Broeke, DFID

                                                                                                 Rapporteur: Charles Clift, Gail Richardson &
                                                                                                 Jeanette Murry

                                                                                                 Location:
                                                                                                 Thang Long Ballroom (Interpretation)


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9.00 – 11.00      Statistics – Breakout Session 2                                                  Chair: Antoine Simonpietri, Manager,
                  Theme Leader: PARIS21                                                            PARIS21

                  Building a Better Statistical System: Making Numbers Add Up to                   Speakers:
                  Success                                                                          Ridha Ferchiou, Tunisia
                                                                                                   Paul Cheung, Director of UN Statistics Division
                  This session will show how better systems can be developed to deliver            Bill Alexander, IMF
                  improved data and statistics for policy-makers and users interested in           Sally Stansfield, Health Metrics Network
                  getting better development results. The session will showcase new and            Donneth Edmondson, JAMSTATS, Jamaica
                  innovative approaches and best practices that are being applied in               Jean-Pierre Cling, DIAL
                  countries.
                                                                                                   Discussant: Siobhan Carey, Chief Statistician,
                                                                                                   DFID

                                                                                                   Rapporteur: Neil Fantom & Pedro Arizti

                                                                                                   Location:
                                                                                                   Grand Ballroom 3
11.00 – 11.30     Coffee Break

                                     BREAKOUT SESSIONS 3 & 4 - Concurrent sessions 11.30 – 13.30

11.30 – 13.30     Leadership & Accountability – Breakout Session 3                                 Co-Chair: Maarten Brouwer, Directorate
                  Theme Leader: CIDA                                                               General, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Netherlands
                                                                                                   Co-Chair: Kumi Naidoo, Secretary General,
                  Engaging Stakeholders: Results is Everyone’s Business                            CIVICUS

                  This session will identify the role of civil society and the private sector in   Speakers:
                  results identification (e.g. in PRSPs) and the tools and approaches to           Momade Amisse Saide, Ministry of Planning,
                  engage them and assess their achievements. Civil society and the                 Mozambique
                  private sector are well positioned to consider their interaction with public     Issa Doumbia, Mayor, Rural Commune of
                  institutions and the risks involved in order to produce results that matter to   Dioro, Ségou District, Ségou Region, Mali
                  citizens, validate and documents results information, provide legitimacy         Dirk Betke, Program Director, Local
                  (or not) to a government’s results focus and ensure that government              Government Support Program, GTZ
                  focus on the priorities of citizens. The participation of non-governmental       Debapriya Bhattachaya, Executive Director,
                  stakeholders in the results agenda will be explored through three major          Centre for Policy Dialogue, Bangladesh
                  questions:
                  • How do we assess the involvement of civil society and why is this              Rapporteur: Sheila Daunt & Hannah Cooper
                        assessment needed?
                  • How are the roles of CSOs determined, and how are they respected               Location:
                        and maintained?                                                            Function Room 4
                  • What arrangements and interactions should take place with civil
                        society actors?

11.30 – 13.30     Evaluation & Monitoring – Breakout Session 3                                     Chair - Hans Lundgren, OECD/Evalunet
                  Theme Leader: Evalunet & AsDB
                                                                                                   Speakers:
                  E&M Capacity Development: Creating Stronger Partnerships for a                   Cao Manh Cuong, Head of Division, Foreign
                  Better Tomorrow                                                                  Economic Relations Department, Ministry of
                                                                                                   Planning and Investment, Vietnam
                  This session will present and discuss how different collaborative efforts        John Fargher, Team Leader,
                  can develop capacity for monitoring and evaluation.                              Vietnam Australia Monitoring & Evaluation
                                                                                                   Strengthening Project
                                                                                                   Roberto Garcia Lopez, PRODEV coordinator,
                                                                                                   Inter-American Development Bank
                                                                                                   Oumoul Khayri Ba Tall, AfrEA Chairperson,
                                                                                                   African Evaluation Association
                                                                                                   Denis Jobin, Vice-President, IDEAS


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                                                                                                  Heidi Metcalf, Vice President, Geneva Global
                                                                                                  Philanthropy

                                                                                                  Discussant - Kiyo Kawabuchi, Deputy
                                                                                                  Director, Development Assistance Operations
                                                                                                  Evaluation Office, JBIC, Japan
                                                                                                  Discussant - Poul Engberg-Pedersen,
                                                                                                  Director General, Norad, Norway

                                                                                                  Rapporteur: Mohamed Khatouri

                                                                                                  Location:
                                                                                                  Grand Ballroom 1 (Interpretation)
11.30 – 13.30     Evaluation & Monitoring – Breakout Session 4                                    Chair: Pamela Johnson, Executive Vice
                  Theme Leader: Voxiva                                                            President, Voxiva

                  New Tools for Achieving Results: How Information Technology Can                 Moderator: TBC
                  Make a Difference
                                                                                                  Speakers:
                  This session will highlight innovative ways in practice of using information    Stephen Davenport, Development Gateway
                  and communications technology to achieve development results. The               Foundation
                  objective will be to stimulate interest in incorporating IT in country action   Matthew Holden, SAP
                  planning exercises. The panel will present innovative uses of IT for            Hal Le, Freebalance
                  MfDR.                                                                           Louis Munyakazi, National Institute of
                                                                                                  Statistics, Rwanda (TBC)

                                                                                                  Rapporteur: Andrea Iffland & Raiza Ahmad,
                                                                                                  ADB

                                                                                                  Location:
                                                                                                  Grand Ballroom 2
11.30 – 13.30     Planning & Budgeting - Breakout Session 3                                       Chair: TBC
                  Theme Leader: WB (PREM)
                                                                                                  Overview: Peter Brooke, Associate Director of
                  Supporting Country Institution Building: How Lessons from the Past              DAI Europe
                  Can Guide the Future
                                                                                                  Speakers:
                  Many public finance reforms undertaken to address capacity issues have          Odo Tevi, Governor, Central Bank of Vanuatu
                  not been as fruitful as originally hoped. Many lessons have been learned,       James Mulagushi, Director of Planning,
                  and the session would present global experience and lessons, as well as         Zambia (TBC)
                  a few country cases. For countries it is important to identify weaknesses       Nguyen Ba Toan, Deputy Director General,
                  and entry points in al areas of pubic financial management. For this it is      International Cooperation Department, Vietnam
                  important to monitor progress over time, and in this respect the June           (TBC)
                  2005 PEFA indicators provide a good tool. More importantly, lessons of
                  country leadership and donor coordination are increasingly seen as              Rapporteur: Isaac Matzner
                  cornerstones in sustained public financial management reform, as well as
                  peer-assisted learning. Finally, the issue of donor harmonization,              Location:
                  including around performance indicators, cannot be ignored.
                                                                                                  Function Room 3
11.30 – 13.30     Planning & Budgeting - Breakout Session 4                                       Co-Chair: Danny Leipziger, VP PREM, World
                  Theme Leader: WB (PREM)                                                         Bank
                                                                                                  Co-Chair: Rob de Vos, Deputy Director
                  Resources & Results                                                             General for International Cooperation,
                                                                                                  Netherlands
                  To discuss a proposal to strengthen results and resources processes at
                  the country level and get reactions from some key donors and country            Speakers:
                  officials.                                                                      Jean-Baptiste Marie Pascal Compaore,
                                                                                                  Minister of Finance, Burkina Faso (TBC)
                                                                                                  Mugisha Gerase Kamuguisha, Commissioner


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                                                                                                  for Policy Analysis, Ministry of Finance,
                                                                                                  Tanzania (TBC)
                                                                                                  Thierno Seydou Niane, PRSP Director,
                                                                                                  Senegal
                                                                                                  Mark Lowcock, Director General, Policy and
                                                                                                  International Division, DFID
                                                                                                  Bengt Ekman, SIDA

                                                                                                  Rapporteur: Poonam Gupta

                                                                                                  Location:
                                                                                                  Thang Long Ballroom (Interpretation)
11.30 – 13.30     Mutual Accountability & Partnerships – Breakout Session 3
                  Theme Leader: DFID                                                              Co-Chair: Salil Shetty, UN Millennium
                                                                                                  Campaign
                  Assessing Agency Effectiveness: What Works, What Doesn’t, and                   Co-Chair: Bruce Purdue, ADB
                  Why Does it Matter?
                                                                                                  Speakers:
                  What methodologies are relevant to countries and donors in assessing            Sarah Cooke, DFID
                  agency effectiveness in managing for results? How do partner countries          Matthew Martin, Debt Relief international
                  judge agency effectiveness? What needs to be done in future to take             Camille Gaskin-Reyes, IADB
                  forward work on the evaluation of agency effectiveness, at the country
                  level and internationally?                                                      Rapporteur: Charles Clift

                                                                                                  Location:
                                                                                                  Function Room 1-2

11.30 – 13.30     Mutual Accountability & Partnerships – Breakout Session 4
                  Theme Leader: Aid Effectiveness Group, The World Bank                           Co-Chair: Janet Entwistle, The World Bank
                                                                                                  Co- Chair: Terence D. Jones, Director, UNDP
                  Monitoring the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness: How do we                Bureau for Development Policy/Capacity
                  All Live Up to the Promises?                                                    Development Group

                  The purpose of this session is to provide an overview of efforts to monitor     Speakers:
                  implementation of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness, including         Pedro Couto, Vice Minister, Ministry of
                  through the Joint Venture on Monitoring the Paris Declaration, the Aid          Finance, Mozambique
                  Effectiveness Review and in-country mutual accountability frameworks. It        Chou Heng, Sr. Policy Specialist, Cambodian
                  will discuss capacity building initiatives toward fulfillment of the 56         Rehabilitation and Development Board/Council
                  "Partnership Commitments" in the Paris Declaration, as well as efforts          for the Development of Cambodia
                  toward strengthening in-country monitoring and self-assessment. It will         TBC - Government of Ghana
                  stimulate an open discussion on the planned 2008 round of monitoring,           Christopher Mwakasege, AFRODAD (TBC)
                  including how it might build on in-country monitoring frameworks
                  comprised of indicators to assess both government and partner progress
                                                                                                  Discussant: Chris Hall, The World Bank
                  toward country-tailored aid effectiveness goals. Looking toward the
                  Interim High Level Forum to be held in Ghana in 2008, the objective is to
                                                                                                  Rapporteur: Gail Richardson & Jeanette Murry
                  discuss actions to strengthen country ownership, increase mutual
                  accountability and improve results.
                                                                                                  Location:
                                                                                                  Function Room 6-7
11.30 – 13.30     Statistics – Breakout Session 3
                  Theme Leader: PARIS21                                                           Richard Manning, Chair, OECD-DAC

                  Accelerating Progress: Why We Need Better Data Now                              Speakers:
                                                                                                  Male-Makasa, Uganda Bureau of Statistics
                  This session will consider how countries can move forward and                   Nguyen Thi Tuan, Director, Department of
                  accelerate progress in using and producing better data for results, and         International Cooperation, Vietnam General
                  improving statistical capacity. It will also consider ways in which countries   Statistics Office.
                  can move from planning to implementation.                                       Shaida Badiee, World Bank
                                                                                                  James Whitworth, Eurostat
                                                                                                  Charles Lufumpa, African Development Bank

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                                                                                               Steven Davenport, Development Gateway
                                                                                               Foundation.

                                                                                               Discussant: Paul Cheung, Director of UN
                                                                                               Statistics Division



                                                                                               Rapporteur: Antoine Simonpietri & Pedro Arizti

                                                                                               Location:
                                                                                               Grand Ballroom 3
13.30 – 14.30     Lunch – voucher style
                                                                                               Location:
                                                                                               Melia Hotel – various restaurants
14.30 – 15.00     Instructions for MfDR country action planning exercise (Plenary
                  session)                                                                     MC: Phil Hay

                       •    Walk through of the country action planning exercise: a            Co-Chair: Herman Snelder, Netherlands
                            diagnostic of a country’s current capacity in MfDR, stakeholder    Co-Chair: Onno Ruhl, World Bank
                            involvement, resources available, current action plans under
                            implementation, and where they would like to be and what they      Location:
                            need – human, technical and financial resources - in 6 months,     Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom (Interpretation)
                            12 months, and 18 months.

15.00 – 17.30     Working session for country delegations on MfDR country action
                  planning exercise                                                            Roving Helpers:
                      • Country delegations meet individually to complete action               TBC
                           planning exercise and produce a power point presentation of
                           findings (template to be provided).                                 Location:
                                                                                               Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom
                       •    Each delegation to discuss the MfDR country action planning
                            exercise for their country and create a PowerPoint presentation
                            of their findings

15.00 – 17.30     Working session for development agencies and partners, CSOs, and
                  the private sector                                                           Facilitator: Larry Cooley, MSI

                       •    Focus will be on MfDR best practices and building country          Rapporteur: TBC
                            capacity in MfDR from the donor perspective
                                                                                               Location:
                                                                                               Melia Hotel, Thang Long Ballroom
                                                                                               (Interpretation)
19.00 – 21.00     KPMG Reception and Dinner
                                                                                               Location:
                                                                                               Vietnam Museum of Ethnology




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Day 4: TAKING ACTION
9.00 – 10.00      Theme Leader Summaries                                                       MC: Phil Hay

                       •    Representatives from each of the five Roundtable Themes will       Speakers:
                            summarize the major results and lessons learned from their         Margaret Kakande, Ministry of Finance,
                            breakout sessions on Day 2 and 3                                   Uganda - Leadership & Accountability
                                                                                               TBC – Evaluation & Monitoring
                       •    MC will outline the program for the remainder of the day           TBC – Planning & Budgeting
                                                                                               TBC – Mutual Accountability & Partnerships
                                                                                               TBC – Statistics

                                                                                               Rapporteur: Jason Rush & Pat Rogers

                                                                                               Location:
                                                                                               Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom (Interpretation)
10.00 – 10.30     Coffee Break

10.30 - 12.30     Regional discussion of MfDR country action planning exercise                 Asia
                                                                                               Facilitator: C. Lawrence Greenwood, Vice
                       •    Countries will meet in regional groupings to discuss the results   President, Asian Development Bank
                            of their MfDR country action planning from the previous day.       Rapporteur: TBC - ADB
                            Donors and development partners will be observers
                                                                                               Anglophone Africa
                                                                                               Facilitator: Herman Snelder, Netherlands
                                                                                               Rapporteur: TBC

                                                                                               Francophone Africa
                                                                                               Facilitator: Onno Ruhl, World Bank
                                                                                               Rapporteur: Hannah Cooper & Sheila Daunt

                                                                                               Latin America
                                                                                               Facilitator: Roberto García López, IADB
                                                                                               Rapporteur: Arne Paulson, IADB

                                                                                               Location:
                                                                                               Asia: Grand Ballroom 3
                                                                                               Anglophone Africa: Grand Ballroom 2
                                                                                               Francophone Africa: Grand Ballroom 1
                                                                                               (interpretation)
                                                                                               Latin American: Function 1-2 (interpretation)

12.30 - 14.00     Lunch                                                                        Location:
                      •     Announcement of Marketplace Awards                                 Melia Hotel, Thang Long Ballroom
                                                                                               (Interpretation)

12.30 – 14.00     Asian Regional Lunch (invitation only)                                       Location:
                      • A Lunch for representatives from Asia and the Pacific, hosted          Melia Hotel, Latino Bar
                           by the President of Asian Development Bank
14.00 – 16.00     Roundtable dialogue on engaging in a Strategic National Action
                  Planning Process (SNAPP) on MfDR                                             Facilitator: Phil Hay
                       •    Summary presentations from the regional and donor sessions         Rapporteur: Jason Rush & Pat Rogers
                            (one speaker per region, one donor speaker, one CSO
                            speaker)                                                           Location:
                       •    Discussion of opportunities, challenges, next steps, and
                                                                                               Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom (Interpretation)
                            resources ultimately required to engage in SNAPPs on MfDR
16.00 – 17.00     Roundtable Closing: The Road to Ghana                                        Richard Manning, Chair, OECD-DAC


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                                                                                               Haruhiko Kuroda, President, ADB
                       •    Provide closing thoughts on the Roundtable, confirm 6, 12, and     Jeffrey Gutman, Vice President, World Bank
                            18 month milestones to engage in SNAPPs by Ghana                   Cao Viet Sinh, Deputy Minister, Ministry of
                                                                                               Planning and Investment, Government of
                                                                                               Vietnam
                                                                                               Mary Chinery-Hesse, Advisor, Office of the
                                                                                               President, Ghana

                                                                                               MC: Phil Hay

                                                                                               Rapporteur: Jason Rush & Pat Rogers

                                                                                               Location:
                                                                                               Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom (Interpretation)

17.00-17.45       Closing Press Conference
                      • Media availability with high-level country, MDB, Bilateral, and        Location:
                           CSO representatives                                                 Melia Hotel, Grand Ballroom (Interpretation)




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