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Round Table 7 Situations of Fragility and Conflict South Asia Consultation, 5 May 2008 Round Table 7 Situations of Fragility and Conflict South Asia Consultation, 5 May 2008

Support for the discussion Introduction: Afghanistan Key Issues: Mr. Corrado Scognamillo, OECD/DAC Facilitator: Mr. Support for the discussion Introduction: Afghanistan Key Issues: Mr. Corrado Scognamillo, OECD/DAC Facilitator: Mr. Aidan Cox, UNDP Regional Centre in Bangkok Detailed rapporteur: Mr. Shahid Zahid, Asian Development Bank

Agenda for RT 7 Working Group • Introductions 1. 30 • RT Key Issues Agenda for RT 7 Working Group • Introductions 1. 30 • RT Key Issues (and opportunities) – Corrado Scognamillo • Part 1: Obstacles & Actions – Introduction: Afghanistan – Obstacles & Actions • Pairs • Group Discussion 2. 20 • Part 2: RT 7 Commitments (AAA/Menu of Options) – Discussion – are these the right actions & commitments? 2. 45 • Part 3: Wrap Up – Country or multi-country follow up? – Take Away Messages: Corrado Scognamillo – Messages to be presented by Bangladesh to Plenary

Objectives of RT 7 • Debate the applicability of the Paris Agenda in situations Objectives of RT 7 • Debate the applicability of the Paris Agenda in situations of fragility and conflict • Establish a consensus among partner countries and donors for a set of peace and state-building objectives • Identify priority actions that : – Remove bottlenecks in aid delivery and impact aid effectiveness – Are relevant to partner countries and donors – Require ministerial commitment

Issues For Discussion • • • International objectives on state building and peace building Issues For Discussion • • • International objectives on state building and peace building Applying results and resources frameworks to focus efforts on key priority actions Improving the delivery of aid (predictability, speed of response, policy coherence) Tracking commitments made by donors in the DAC Principles on Fragile Situations Addressing cross-cutting issues, including gender equality, social exclusion, human rights

Draft AAA Commitments • Pursue the achievement of international objectives on state-building and peace-building Draft AAA Commitments • Pursue the achievement of international objectives on state-building and peace-building • Adopt a whole-of-government approach to development that integrates all relevant actors, both international and national, in the areas of diplomacy, development and defense. • Better aid allocation in terms of: – (i) more rapidly mobilizing staff; – (ii) making resource flows more predictable; – (iii) ensuring continued support for a sustained period of time; – (iv) ensuring that high quality staff are deployed to these situations.

Menu of options for the AAA 1. • Monitor implementation Donors and partners monitor Menu of options for the AAA 1. • Monitor implementation Donors and partners monitor implementation of the Principles of Good International Engagement in Fragile States and Situations and share the results. 2. • Joint assessments Donors and partners jointly conduct and share at country level conflict and fragility assessments and integrate these into programming design. 3. • International goals Donors and partners develop at the international level, a set of agreed goals on stateand peace building that brings together different policy communities including human rights. At country level they define a single set of limited prioritised state- and peace building objectives that would guide all donor strategies. • 4. • Pooled funding Donors establish arrangements across their government and/or with other donor governments for and pooled and complementary funding — including technical cooperation and stabilisation funds— in support of state and peace- building.

Wrap Out – Feedback to Plenary • Obstacles –A –B –C • Actions: –X Wrap Out – Feedback to Plenary • Obstacles –A –B –C • Actions: –X –Y –Z