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Joint Evaluation of General Budget Support Progress Report to 3 rd meeting of DAC Joint Evaluation of General Budget Support Progress Report to 3 rd meeting of DAC Network on Development Evaluation, Paris, June 2 nd 2005 Mike Hammond, SG Chair (UK) Kate Tench, MG Chair (UK)

Presentation Outline 1. Process Progress 2. Evaluation progress since last DAC Network meeting 3. Presentation Outline 1. Process Progress 2. Evaluation progress since last DAC Network meeting 3. Final Inception Report 4. Causality Map & Evaluation Questions 5. Next steps

1. Process progress Review panel: Geske Dijkstra and Mushtaq Khan Communication strategy: GBS domain 1. Process progress Review panel: Geske Dijkstra and Mushtaq Khan Communication strategy: GBS domain within DAC website Thematic studies postponed SECO study on PAFs Belgium joins MG

2. Evaluation progress since Nov 04 Oct – Dec ’ 04 Burkina Faso, Malawi, 2. Evaluation progress since Nov 04 Oct – Dec ’ 04 Burkina Faso, Malawi, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Rwanda, Uganda, Vietnam 1 – 2 Feb ’ 05 Brighton, UK Inception visits => interim country reports + draft inception report (IR) SG meeting on IR => rejection + request for stronger team 15 March ’ 05 Submission of IR 2 26 – 27 April ’ 05 Field preparation workshop => causality map + key evaluation questions Birmingham, UK 20 May ’ 05 Approval of Final IR by MG => Publication

3. Final Inception Report MG confident that IR is now basis for strong evaluation 3. Final Inception Report MG confident that IR is now basis for strong evaluation Causality map: (guide to inquiry) Reflecting main causality hypotheses 9 Key evaluation questions Work plan for the remainder of the study

Causality Map – coverage of questions EQ 6 EQ 3 -5 EQ 7 EQ Causality Map – coverage of questions EQ 6 EQ 3 -5 EQ 7 EQ 2 EQ 1 EQ 8

Key Evaluation Questions 1 Responsiveness to country conditions, government and donor priorities 2 Contribution Key Evaluation Questions 1 Responsiveness to country conditions, government and donor priorities 2 Contribution to harmonisation and alignment 3 How efficient, effective and sustainable has been the contribution of PGBS to: 3. PEM performance 4. Government ownership, capacity, and accountability 5. Public policy processes 6. Macroeconomic performance 7. Public service delivery performance

Key Evaluation Questions (continued) 8 Government impact on poverty 9 Process sustainability 10 Cross Key Evaluation Questions (continued) 8 Government impact on poverty 9 Process sustainability 10 Cross cutting issues: • Gender, Environment, HIV/AIDS, Democracy/Human Rights • Themes – capacity building, private sector, TC, corruption, etc

6. Next Steps May – July ’ 05 Field visits - Country Reports (CRs) 6. Next Steps May – July ’ 05 Field visits - Country Reports (CRs) 12 Sept ’ 05 Submission of CRs and SN to SG W/C 3 Oct ’ 05 SG meeting on CRs & SN W/C 12 Dec ’ 05 SG meeting on SR 14 – 15 March ’ 06 International Dissemination Conference - Presentation of final results

Thank you… Any questions… …Reflections on Cape Town BS Forum Mike Hammond Thank you… Any questions… …Reflections on Cape Town BS Forum Mike Hammond