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Policy Implications of the 2020 Biennial Review Report: A focus on Mutual Accountability - Malabo Policy Learning Event 2020

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A presentation by Greenwell Matchaya, ReSAKSS-Southern Africa Coordinator, at the Malabo Policy Learning Event 2020

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Policy Implications of the 2020 Biennial Review Report: A focus on Mutual Accountability - Malabo Policy Learning Event 2020

  1. 1. Photo:DavidBrazier/IWMIPhoto:TomvanCakenberghe/IWMIPhoto:DavidBrazier/IWMIPhoto:DavidBrazier/IWMI A water-secure world www.iwmi.org Policy Implications of The 2020 Biennial Review Report: A focus on Mutual Accountability Greenwell Matchaya, PhD Senior Researcher- Economics/ReSAKSS-SA Coordinator, IWMI Presented at Malabo Policy Learning Event Online 08/12/2020
  2. 2. www.iwmi.org A water-secure world Theme 1- CAADP process – Three indicators • 1-1 Commitment to CAADP Process, CAADPPro • 1-2 Existence of, and Quality of multi-sectorial and multi-stakeholder coordination body, Qc • 1-3 Evidence-based policies, supportive institutions and corresponding human resources, EIP • WHAT WORKED – Good number of countries reported and performed well. 23 countries are not on track while 4 countries did not report. – No data issues for indicators on CAADP and Evidence based policies
  3. 3. www.iwmi.org A water-secure world Theme 1- CAADP process II What did not Work – Indicator 1-2 on existence of multi-stakeholder coordinating body: Countries scoring more than 100% out of 100. – This signifies a computational problem (or) as well as challenges with collection of data for parameters – Parameters are data demanding and cumbersome to track eg meetings, What we can do (Implications) – Advocate for improving meetings data gathering at country level/ – Improve the planning process. A training to this extent is needed. – Strengthen country and regional validation of data to improve quality – Put up systems for recording meetings, leveraging on ICT – Complete the CAADP process- political will needed here
  4. 4. www.iwmi.org A water-secure world Theme 7- Mutual Accountability Three indicators – 7-1 Index of capacity to generate and use agriculture statistical data and information, ASCI – 7-2 Existence of inclusive institutionalized mechanisms and platforms for mutual accountability, ECI – 7-3 Country Biennial Report submission, BR What Worked – There was nothing unusual in terms of data patterns – But
  5. 5. www.iwmi.org A water-secure world Theme 7- Mutual Accountability II What did not Work Well – Frequency of data generation at source is a problem for 7-1 on index of capacity to generate ag stats – as this is externally generated source. http://www.gsars.org/wpcontent/uploads/2014/09/Guidelines_Country- Assessment_FINAL.pdf – For indicator 7-3 on country biennial report submission, the entry is supposed to be completed at the country, regional and AUC level- often RECs did not enter. What we can do (Implications) – eBR team, RECs, ReSAKSS/experts should work together to fill EC7-3 – 7-3 action, should trigger action upon completing other steps- eg once a country sends eBR, let an alert be generated to ensure the REC acts, etc – Provide training to RECs on filling their parts of the reporting template
  6. 6. www.iwmi.org A water-secure world Theme 7- Mutual Accountability III What we can do (Implications for country action) – At the country level such weaknesses in Mutual accountability signify underfunding, absence of organized human capacity, and weak M&E – Countries should increase funding allocated to M&E, data and analysis – There is a need to strengthen capacities of the Planning departments through trainings designed to improve the collection, analysis and use of data in decisions – Develop country programs that focus specifically on the issues of M&E improvements – Explore public-private partnerships in the area of data generation, analysis , R&D, etc – and M&E and the need to use evidence must not be an after thought in NAIP implementation
  7. 7. www.iwmi.org A water-secure world Theme 7- Mutual Accountability IV – Ensure adherence to mutual accountability principles • i) Shared vision, objectives and strategies; ii) Agreed performance indicators • iii) Evidence-based analysis; iv) Inclusive of key stakeholders; v) Transparent dialogue • vi) Commitment to implement recommendation from review – Strengthen/develop a mutual accountability mechanism and platform  where the review process follows the twelve (12) best practices (TBP) of a robust review mechanism available within JSR guidelines  https://www.resakss.org/sites/default/files/JSR-Best-Practices/JSR%20Best%20Practices%20Matrix%20(March%202014).pdf – Coverage of agricultural review report: ensure what is assessed covers 6 key Areas of Assessment(KAA): the six key areas: • i) Development results, ii) Agriculture sector performance, iii) Financial and non-financial commitments, including by NSAs, iv) Policy implementation, v) Assessment of linkages, vi) Review recommendations and action plan
  8. 8. www.iwmi.org A water-secure world – Thank You – Je vous remercie – Muito obrigado

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