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GIFT-MENA PROGRESS IN 2013 AND THE WAY FORWARD
Rola Darwish on Behalf of Sabine Hatem, Secretary of the Network
28 January 2014, Kuwait
In 2010: 120 participants 16 pays 7 Reg & Intl Org.
31 participants 9 pays 7 Reg & Intl Org.
39 participants 11 pays 3 Reg & Intl Org.
95 participants 19 pays 10 Reg & Intl Org.
85 participants 14 pays 9. Reg & Intl Org.
465 Participants to the Annual Meetings and Conf.
In 2009: 31 participants 9 pays 5 Reg & Intl Org.
In 2011: 65 participants 14 pays 7 Reg & Intl Org.
Egypt Saudi Arabia
1) Institut des Finances, ENA, Ministry of Public Sector Modernization
2) ENA, Institute for the Development of Human Resources, Ministry of Finance, Institut d'Economie Douanière et Fiscale
3) ENF, ENA, Prime Ministry, IFID, Centre National d'Innovation Pédagogique et de Recherches en Education
4) Ministry of Finance, Institute of Planning, Institute of Banking and Financial Studies
5) Central Agency for Organization and Administration, National Management Institute, Ministry of State for Administrative Development
6) Ministry of Finance, Central Bank 7) Institut des Finances Basil Fuleihan, Central Bank Institute of
Training and Development, ENA 8) Ministry of Finance, PFI, National Institute for Administration,
General Personnel Council, Palestinian Banking Institute 9) Higher Institute for Administrative Development, National
Institute of Administration 10) Public Finance Training Center, National Institute for
Training 11) Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Finance of Kurdistan,
National Center for Consultancy and Management Development
12) Ministry of Finance
13) Institute of Public Administration 14) Mohamad Bin Rachid School of Government, Institute of Administrative Development 15) Ministry of Finance, Institute of Administrative Development 16) Ministry of Finance, BIPA 17) Ministry of Economic Affairs 18) Ministry of Finance, Finance Institute 19) Institute of Public Administration
48 Institutional Members
16 Associate Members (Partners)
The 2012 Network Meeting
Main Outcomes and Recommendations:
1. New elected steering committee (2012-2014): BIPA Bahrain, PFTC Jordan, IOF Lebanon, MOF Palestine and ENA Tunisia
2. Promote among policy-makers and the donor community GIFT- MENA as a successful model of South-South cooperation
3. Work on institutional development and financial sustainability 4. Lobby for training as a right in the public sector in our
respective countries 5. Mutualise learning resources and professionalize training
delivery 6. Finalize the GIFT-MENA website development
30 Participants: • 26 participants from 11 Arab
• 4 international organizations
Objectives: 1. Take stock of the network progress and achievements since the
last meeting held in November 2010 in Beirut; 2. Present and discuss the most recent developments and initiatives
pertaining to capacity development initiatives in MENA countries; 3. Meet new members and built partnerships; 4. Elect a new steering committee for the period 2012-2014.
The 2012 Conference - Training and Cooperation for Change in the MENA region
80 Participants: • 53 participants from 12 Arab countries • 13 participants from 8 European institutions • 10 participants from international
organizations: OECD, SIGMA, WB, ITC-ILO, RESP
• 5 participants from regional organizations API, ESCWA, METAC, CEF-IMF
Objective: Offer a space for dialogue, experience-sharing and peer-to-peer learning on the issues of:
1. Building Capacities in Times of Crises: Has the crisis modified our vision of the civil service? What approaches and strategies in post-conflict countries for recruitment and training? What are the current challenges of human capacity development?
2. Institutional Cooperation: Are national training institutions able to collaborate and create synergies to improve the delivery and impact of training programs at a national level?
3. Development Cooperation: How can development cooperation and aid better cope with emerging challenges in MENA countries? Will synergies between technical assistance and training be created? What is the scope and prospects of South-South cooperation in the area of capacity development and knowledge transfer?
WORK PROGRAM 2013
1-Partnerships and Networking A. More South-South exchange through
study tours and institutional visits (host countries / institutions)
B. 7 MOUs signed between Member Institutions
Signature of the Beirut Declaration (Nov. 2009)
D. Active Participation to more than 31 Intl. Meetings and Conferences since 2006
Morocco ITC-ILO CEF Slovenia
C. Sustained collaboration with donors/partners
2-Capacity Building (1/2)
A. Our regional Training Offer 6 modules 70 participants (3 programs organized) 10 countries
B. Regional Meetings and Seminars 7 seminars in Lebanon, Morocco and Jordan 206 participants 14 countries 10 Reg. and Intl Org.
C. One e-learning module
2-Capacity Building (2/2)
A. Study visits, including: 4 regional study visits (NISPACEE Slovakia, CEF Slovenia, Ministry of Finance of Morocco and the ITC-ILO)
Bilateral visits among institutional members 46 participants 10 countries
B. Exchange of modules and trainers 28 trainers 8 training modules 185 participants
A. Trilingual web platform B. New publications C. Regular newsletter
Research Papers / National Reports on priority issues for the region (civil service, recruitment, PFM, etc.)
Launch of MENAPAR by BIPA in May 2013
Policy briefs and knowledge tools for policy-makers
More than 17,000 publications printed and distributed 5,000 copies of conferences' proceedings
1,000 copies of the Directory 11,000 copies of reports and guides
2013 in summary
MORE BILATERAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND COOPERATION
MORE SOUTH-SOUTH EXCHANGE
SUBSTANTIVE CONTRIBUTION TO INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL EVENTS
MENAPAR LAUNCHED BY BIPA, MAY 2013
INTRODUCING THE NETWORK TO ARAB PARTNERS AND THE IASIA
Resource mobilization and financial sustainability
The involvement of Arab Funds for Development
Create synergies with existing international and regional initiatives
Promote national dialogue around the issues of capacity development and State modernization, and create national networks
• Keep the network demand-driven
• Reinforce bilateral cooperation
• Showcase GIFT-MENA as a successful initiative of multilateral cooperation that has originated from the South, and enjoys Southern ownership and leadership
• Rally Arab development funds to the network
• Work with donors that are interested in State building and modernization initiatives in the region
• Be part of the regional dialogue and global thinking about the future of capacity development in public administration
THE WAY FORWARD
Activity Proposed Date Host country
ADETEF international Symposium - Cooperation for State building and state reforming
March 18, 2014 France
MENAPAR Conference on Research in PA in MENA 23-24 April 2014 Bahrain
Certified Course in Public Procurement May 2014 Tunis
Regional seminar on "Upgrading the Profiles of Trainers" June 2014 2015
Regional Conference on “Promoting Economic and Financial Education”
September 2014 Lebanon
Study visit to Morocco on Modernizing the Civil Service October 2014 Morocco
Study/Knowledge visits Institut des Finances Basil Fuleihan
December 2014 Lebanon
GIFT-MENA Annual Conference February 2015 Morocco
Participation to the Learning Link 2015 Italy
Regional Training Program on “Audit and Control” TBD
Regional seminar on "Managing International Technical Assistance"