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A practical approach to develop and use a result framework at sector level for inclusive development

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Frame of Image asp the various dimensions of performance and avoid biased approach
 Grasp crosscutting issues and avoid silo approach
 Differentiate:  The situation of various groups in society: poor/non poor, gender, age group, region, urban/rural, ethnic group, etc.  Effects of public policies, programs and projects on those groups
But a Qualified Yes!
 Is it useful to monitor so many indicators?
Is it realistic to monitor so many indicators
 Cases: Mexico – SEDESOL, USA, SDGs ???
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Results Framework at Sector Level for Inclusive Development
1. How Comprehensive a Framework
2. 7 Good Practices to Design and Use a Results Framework at Sector Level
Good practice 1: Use a participatory approach to identify most relevant PIs for given sector, country, and government
 Demand driven
 Take into account the needs and capacities of each country and sector
Good practice 2: Distinguish Performance Indicators for monitoring and evaluation
 PIs for monitoring: KPIs with targets to provide focus and measure effectiveness
 PIs for evaluation: in depth understanding of Theory of Change: go beyond OECD/DAC criteria
Good practice 3: Consider PIs for various time horizons to avoid fireman decision-making
 Long run: end of National Development Plan and Long term prospective study
 Medium run: for each year of Medium Term Expenditure Framework
 Short term: within the yearly work plan and budget  Consider scenarios
Good practice 4: Articulate indicators at various planning levels
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Title A practical approach to develop and use a result framework at sector level for inclusive development
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Martin, Frederic

Publisher

[Quebec, Canada]:Laval University

Date 2016-07
Event

Management for Development Results

Pages 14
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Economic Administration
Official Aid < Development Assistance
Holding Laval University