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Development Effectiveness Experience sharing from the Czech National Platform for TRIALOG V strategy meeting Development Effectiveness Experience sharing from the Czech National Platform for TRIALOG V strategy meeting Vienna, Dec 4, 2012 Jana Miléřová, Fo. RS 1

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Code on Effectiveness 1. Grassroots knowledge 2. Transparency and accountability 3. Partnership 4. Respect Code on Effectiveness 1. Grassroots knowledge 2. Transparency and accountability 3. Partnership 4. Respect to human rights and gender equality 5. Accountability for impacts and their sustainability www. fors. cz/user_files/fors_code_on_effectiveness_en. pdf

Self-assessment 2012 44 % members and observers made self-assessment according to the Code in Self-assessment 2012 44 % members and observers made self-assessment according to the Code in 2012 Strongest areas of indicators by members: • Respect to Human Rights and Gender Equality • Accountability for Impacts and their Sustainability • Transparency and accountability Weakest areas: • Partnership – e. g. insufficient mutual information exchange among partners on cooperation with other stakeholders • Some aspects of grassroots knowledge

Actions to be taken forward What Fo. RS should to for members to improve Actions to be taken forward What Fo. RS should to for members to improve the areas: • Fo. RS Working groups on specific topic to experience sharing – set up general Terms of Reference and communication among WGs • „Summer School“ from members and other stakeholders on actual issues in development and CSOs • Further capacity building on evaluation, monitoring, participatory planning, Most Significant Change, evidencebased analysis etc.

Examples of actions in Dev. Eff. • How to make assessment more objective? • Examples of actions in Dev. Eff. • How to make assessment more objective? • How to build capacities of CSOs besides workshops? • How to enhance sharing expertise of the platform members? • How to involve small, volunteerbased organisations, with highly limited resources? • How to promote the guidelines beyond the platform? • … And how to do it with minimum costs? Development Coffee Peer Reviews

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Development. Coffee. org Themes: • How can NGOs and companies work together on poverty Development. Coffee. org Themes: • How can NGOs and companies work together on poverty reduction around the world? • What are the stereotypes in development cooperation? • How to ensure positive impacts of projects? • What are the new trends in development cooperation? (social media) Speakers: • Leading Czech development CSOs • Business Platform for Development Cooperation • Vodafone Foundation Czech Republic or • Globalisation Monitor from Hongkong 11

Development. Coffee. org Key features: • Democratic themes proposal and selection (crowdsourcing) • Use Development. Coffee. org Key features: • Democratic themes proposal and selection (crowdsourcing) • Use of social media, but regular meetings are essential • Different hosting organisations • Informal debate in an atmosphere of trust • Concrete stories of good / bad practice • Enhanced networking among CSOs, government officials, students, private sector Challenges: • Ownership of the process after both co-founders left • Need for outputs for wider dissemination • Need for evaluation of outcomes 12

Peer Reviews WG 1 Peer 1 Briefing To. R Peer 2 & report WG Peer Reviews WG 1 Peer 1 Briefing To. R Peer 2 & report WG 3 Peer 3 Interested Peers WG 2 Final workshop Fo. RS Code of Effectiveness Self-assessment 13

Peer Reviews Key features: • Concrete objectives • Based on a framework (Fo. RS Peer Reviews Key features: • Concrete objectives • Based on a framework (Fo. RS Code on Effectiveness) • But focusing on what the organisation is good at • Voluntary (focus, peers selection) • Trusted peers with versatile background • Platform facilitating the process and networking Challenges: • Realistic objectives • Buy-in and dedication across organisational hierarchy • Sufficient time to discuss the evidence of principles and reach set objectives. • „New“ priorities during the peer review process 14

Conclusions and Challenges CSOs (and others!) are interested in sharing and evaluating their effectiveness, Conclusions and Challenges CSOs (and others!) are interested in sharing and evaluating their effectiveness, provided they: • see benefits for their work, • have a clear framework with specific, meaningful indicators, • own the process, • have sufficient resources to reflect and • are systematically supported (Fo. RS Working Group and Secretariat). Development. Coffee. org and Peer Reviews • transform the Fo. RS Code to a capacity building rather than repression tool, • use the wide expertise of the Fo. RS membership, • use tools that are quick, easy & cheap to set-up and run, • use social media, but do not replace personal contacts, • are fully driven by target groups.

Thank you for your attention! Inka Píbilová inka@evaluace. com Jan Bohm honzabo@gmai. com Daniel Thank you for your attention! Inka Píbilová [email protected] com Jan Bohm [email protected] com Daniel Svoboda [email protected] cz Jana Miléřová jana. [email protected] cz