Strategies to maintain momentum around the High Level Meeting (in English and French)

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  • Ruels of the house..mute your mic. If you want to speak please write on chat and we will unmute.
    Qeustions are welcomed at anytime..but pleas euse the chat
  • Ruels of the house..mute your mic. If you want to speak please write on chat and we will unmute.
    Qeustions are welcomed at anytime..but pleas euse the chat
  • The 2014 HLM was an unprecedented success, with Higher than ever level of attendees.
    “Countries made SMART commitments on bottlenecks the 3 priority areas of the partnership.”
  • The 2014 HLM was an unprecedented success, with Higher than ever level of attendees.
    “Countries made SMART commitments on bottlenecks the 3 priority areas of the partnership.”
  • “Countries make commitments on bottlenecks the 3 priority areas of the partnership.”
  • “Countries make commitments on bottlenecks the 3 priority areas of the partnership.”
  • - Before: peak role of HLM and very itnense , short term preparation process in country
  • - Before: peak role of HLM and very itnense , short term preparation process in country
  • - Before: peak role of HLM and very itnense , short term preparation process in country
  • - Before: peak role of HLM and very itnense , short term preparation process in country
  • Let us vote: how many of you are in situation 1… How many in 2 etcc
    Today we are going to focus on countries that fall in 3 and 4, as we received specific requests from partners.
    However, even in countries I gorups 1, 2 after a while the momentum falls, so it is important to touch base with political leaders in the run to the monitoring.
    Let us hear form the experiences of madagsascar and kenya, who are in situation 3 and 4.
  • Let us vote: how many of you are in situation 1… How many in 2 etcc
    Today we are going to focus on countries that fall in 3 and 4, as we received specific requests from partners.
    However, even in countries I gorups 1, 2 after a while the momentum falls, so it is important to touch base with political leaders in the run to the monitoring.
    Let us hear form the experiences of madagsascar and kenya, who are in situation 3 and 4.
  • Head of State? E.g. Commitment is about high kevel coordination
    MOF? E.g. commitment is about increased budget allocation
    WASH Ministers:? E.g. commitment about HR capacity
    Parlamentarians? E.g. approving increased allocation
    Country governors? Commitment about increased WASH budget in counties
     
    Who is can trigger support fro taking the commitmetns forward?
    You can use audience mapping tools to carry out this analysis… we will be circulating
  • Head of State? E.g. Commitment is about high kevel coordination
    MOF? E.g. commitment is about increased budget allocation
    WASH Ministers:? E.g. commitment about HR capacity
    Parlamentarians? E.g. approving increased allocation
    Country governors? Commitment about increased WASH budget in counties
     
    Who is can trigger support fro taking the commitmetns forward?
    You can use audience mapping tools to carry out this analysis… we will be circulating
  • Peer-to-peer: eg Madagascar used Minsiter of finance
    Top-down: sometimes difficult to trigger form within that ‘s why the secretariat tries to facilitate..example letters from Kufuor and DSG
  • Peer-to-peer: eg Madagascar used Minsiter of finance
    Top-down: sometimes difficult to trigger form within that ‘s why the secretariat tries to facilitate..example letters from Kufuor and DSG
  • You can use these events to advocate for the commitments, by organizing activities that involve high level decision makers (your targets).
    Book the agenda of your misniter very early!
  • You can use these events to advocate for the commitments, by organizing activities that involve high level decision makers (your targets).
    Book the agenda of your misniter very early!
  • This is key to addess perception of ministers of finance that our sector is frsagmented..
  • This is key to addess perception of ministers of finance that our sector is frsagmented..
  • Strategies to maintain momentum around the High Level Meeting (in English and French)

    1. 1. SWA Café - Strategies to maintain momentum 22 October 2014 Fiorella Polo, SWA Secretariat
    2. 2. “Café SWA” – Les stratégies visant à maintenir la dynamique. Fiorella Polo, SWA Secretariat
    3. 3. 3 Welcome to SWA Café WARNING: You are about to join a safe space where you can share ideas, successes and challenges… we are joining this space to learn as partners and not to judge!
    4. 4. 4 Welcome to SWA Café AVERTISSEMENT : Vous êtes sur le point de rejoindre un espace «sécurisé» pour partager des idées, des réussites et des défis ... nous nous joignons à cet espace d'apprentissage en tant que partenaires et ne jugeons pas!
    5. 5. 5 Agenda • Refresher on the High Level Commitments Dialogue • Strategies to maintain & rebuild momentum  Madagascar – rebuilding after a change in government  Kenya – rebuilding when the ministers did not attend the HLM  Ghana – SWA in countries preparing for Ebola  AFDB – banks’ perspective • Discussion • COFFEE • Wrap-up: check-list of upcoming opportunities
    6. 6. 6 Agenda • Rappel sur les engagements du Dialogue de haut niveau • Les stratégies visant à maintenir et à reconstruire la dynamique:  Madagascar: reconstruire après un changement gouvernemental  Kenya – reconstruire quand le ministre décide de ne pas assister à la Réunion de haut niveau (RHN)  Ghana: SWA dnasa les pays wui se preparent pour l’Ebola  BAD: La perspective d’une banqie • Discussion • Café • Conclusions: liste des opportunités à venir
    7. 7. 2014 SMART commitments: e.g. Strengthening National Processes 7 “Tanzania will ensure that water user groups, water user associations and private operators, operate with the level of autonomy required.” - Hon. Saada Mkuya Salum, Minister of Finance, Tanzania
    8. 8. Engagements intelligents de 2014. Ex: renforcer les processus nationaux 8 “La Tanzanie s’assurera que les usagers, les associations d’usagers et les opérateurs privés fonctionnent avec le niveau d'autonomie requis " . - Hon. Saada Mkuya Salum, Ministre des finance de la Tanzanie
    9. 9. 9 2014 SMART commitments: Increasing Political Prioritization “USAID will plan to reach six million additional individuals with sustainable access to improve sanitation by 2018.” - Dr Rajiv Shah, Administrator, USAID
    10. 10. Engagements intelligents de 2014. Ex: accroitre la priorité politique 10 “USAID vise à atteindre 6 millions d’individus supplémentaires avec un accès durable à l’assainissement d’ici 2018” - Dr Rajiv Shah, Administrateur, USAID
    11. 11. 11 In the Past... 2010 HLM 2012 HLM High Level Attention SWA has moved away from Meetings towards...
    12. 12. 12 Dans le passé 2010 RHN 2012 RHN Attention de haut niveau SWA est allé audelà de la Réunion de haut niveau (RHN) …
    13. 13. 2012 HLM 2014 HLM 13 Now and in the future... High Level Attention Monitoring Media campaigns Champions …more opportunities for political dialogue around commitments
    14. 14. 2012 RHN 2014 RHN Campagne Médiatique 14 A présent et dans le future... High Level Attention Suivi Champions Attention de haut niveau …pour accroitre les opportunités de dialogue politique autour des engagements
    15. 15. 15 The HLCD (High Level Commitments Dialogue) is a cycle HLCD in essence is: • Advocacy to trigger… • High-level accountability & support for… • Results on the ground!
    16. 16. 16 Le Dialogue de haut niveau sur les engagements (HLCD) est un cycle Le HLCD, c’est essentiellement: • Des actions de plaidoyer pour déclancher… • La responsabilité au plus au haut-niveau et le support envers • … les résultats sur le terrain!
    17. 17. 17 What happened after the HLM? Countries who tabled commitments fall into 4 groups: 1. Both Ministers of Finance and Sector Minister attended 2. Only the Sector Ministers attended 3. No Ministers attended (delegated down to technical) 4. The Ministers attended, but government changed right after Starting points are different (+ new situation: Ebola) Strategies for keeping/rebuilding momentum can/should be different
    18. 18. 18 Que se passe t-il après la RHN? Les pays qui ont pris des engagements se divisent en 4 catégories: 1. Le Ministre des Finance et le ministre sectoriel ont participé 2. Seul les ministres sectoriels ont participés 3. Aucun ministre n’a participé (delégué au niveau technique) 4. Les ministres ont participés mais il y a eu changement gouvernemental juste après Les points de départ sont différents (+ situation nouvelle: Ebola) Les stratégies pour conserver/reconstruire la dynamique sont différentes
    19. 19. SWA Café –Wrap-up 22 October 2014 Fiorella Polo, SWA Secretariat
    20. 20. “Café SWA” – Conclusions Fiorella Polo, SWA Secretariat
    21. 21. 21 Wrap-up: how do we develop strategies to keep momentum To proactively move the dialogue forward, it is helpful to ask yourself as a country team: 1. Who are our targets? 2. What actions/behaviours do we expect? 3. Which ‘pressure’ channels can we use? 4. Are there any ‘easy’ entry points? 5. Which activities are realistic? 6. Which messages should we prioritize?
    22. 22. 22 Conclusions: comment développer des stratégies pour conserver la dynamique Pour faire avancer le dialogue de manière proactive, il est utile de se demander en tant qu’équipe de pays : 1. Quelles sont nos cibles ? 2. Quels sont les actions / comportements auxquels nous nous attendons? 3. Quels canaux « de pression» peut-on utiliser? 4. Y at-il des points d'entrée «faciles» ? 5. Quelles sont les activités les plus efficaces ? 6. A Quels messages faut-il donner la priorité ?
    23. 23. 2. It depends on what action/support you are expecting TARGETS EXPECTED BEHAVIOUR E.g. Commitment is about high-level coordination - needs high-level decision 23 1. Who are our targets? Highlight of the 2012 HLM Heads of State Finance ministers & advisors Ministers responsible for sanitation and water Parliamentarians County governors Citizens E.g. Commitment is about increased budget allocations - needs approval
    24. 24. CIBLES CHANGEMENTS ATTENDUS Ex: L’engagement porte sur la coordination de haut niveau -> besoin de décision de haut niveau 24 1. Quelles sont nos cibles ? Highlight of the 2012 HLM 2. Quels sont les comportements attendus? Chefs d'Etat Ministres et conseillers des Finances Ministres responsables de l'assainissement et de l'eau Les parlementaires gouverneurs de comté Citoyens Ex: L’engagement porte sur l’augmentation des allocations budgétaires -> besoin d’approbation
    25. 25. 25 3. Which ‘pressure channels’ can we use? There are three main “directions” of pressure: 1. BOTTOM-UP: from technical staff or from CSOs 2. PEER-TO- PEER: from one minister to another (within country or internationally) 3. TOP-DOWN: from heads of state or other ‘high level’ influencers
    26. 26. 26 3. Quels canaux « de pression» peut-on utiliser? Il existe 3 principales «directions» pour faire pression : • BOTTOM -UP: partant du personnel technique ou des OSC • PEER - TO- PEER: partant d'un ministre à l'autre ( dans le pays ou à l'étranger ) • TOP -DOWN: partant des chefs d'Etat ou d'autres influenceurs «de haut niveau »
    27. 27. 27 4. Are there any ‘easy’ entry points? Be tactical: already planned events are a good start: National: • Word Toilet Day 19 Nov. 2014 • Joint Sector Reviews from Nov. to Jan. • Donors meeting ? • Consultations on post-2015 ? Regional: • Africasan May 2015 SWA: • Issue of Progress update Jun. 2015
    28. 28. 28 4. Y a t-il des points d'entrée «faciles» ? Soyez tactiques: Les évènements préexistants sont un bon point de départ: NATIONAL: • Journée Mondiale des toilettes 19 Nov. 2014 • Revue Sectorielle Conjointe De Nov. à Jan. • Réunions des bailleurs ? • Consultations post-2015 ? REGIONAL: • AfricaSan Mai 2015 SWA: • Sorti du rapport de Suivi Juin 2015
    29. 29. 29 4. Which activities are most effective? Be PCR (proactive, creative, but realistic). e.g. - Send bullet points to the cabinet to be included in the speech for event that the minister is attending - Send thank you note after the event with a reminder of HLM commitments.. - Request briefing in the cabinet of the minister before an event - Organize a press conference
    30. 30. 30 4. Which activities are most effective? Soyez proactifs, créatifs mais réalistes: Ex: • Envoyer des notes de synthèse «bullet point» à inclure dans les discours des évènements auxquels le ministre assiste • Envoyer des notes de remerciement après l'événement avec un rappel des engagements de HLM • Demander des «briefing» au près du cabinet du ministre avant un événement • Organiser une conférence de presse
    31. 31. 31 5. Which messages are effective? Be constructive - strike a balance between requests and recognition: • Thanks for attending the HLM & tabling commitments • Commitments keep us accountable (report back in March), however they are helpful to align our partners around national priorities (quote specific example) • This is what the technical sector (govt and partners) is doing to implement them.. • This is the support we need from you…
    32. 32. 32 5. Quelles sont les activités les plus efficaces ? Soyez constructifs - trouvez l’équilibre entre reconnaissance et demandes: • Merci d’avoir participer à la RHN et la prise d’engagements. Ces engagements nous tiennent responsables (un rapport de suivi sera a rendre en Mars) et sont utiles pour favoriser l’alignement de nos partenaires sur nos priorités nationales (donner un exemple spécifique). • Voilà ce que fait le secteur technique (gouvernement et partenaires) pour les mettre en oeuvre. Voici le soutien dont nous avons besoin de votre part…
    33. 33. “Alone we go fast, together we go far.” • Work as a sector – government, donors, development partners, civil society • Aim to speak with one sector voice • Highlight critical issues to be addressed • Demonstrate how the sector is working together more effectively
    34. 34. “Seul nous allons vite, ensemble nous allons loin” • Travailler comme un secteur uni - gouvernements, bailleurs de fonds, partenaires de développement et société civile • Viser à ce que le secteur parle d'une seule voix • Souligner les questions essentielles à résoudre • Montrer que quand le secteur travaille de concert, il est plus efficace.
    35. 35. 35 Next SWA Café: 6 November Topic: TRACKING COMMITMENTS: process, milestones and lessons learnt. We will hear the experiences and ideas of countries, CSOs and donors.
    36. 36. 36 Prochain “Café SWA” le 6 novembre Sujets: LE SUIVI DES ENGAGEMENTS: le processus, les étapes et les leçons apprises. Nous allons entendre les expériences et les idées des pays, des OSC et des bailleurs de fonds ...

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