Strengthening the Comprehensive Development Framework (CDF) Implementation in the Kyrgyz Republic – Phase I and II

Project Overview

Project Title Strengthening the Comprehensive Development Framework (CDF) Implementation in the Kyrgyz Republic – Phase I and II
Project Number EuropeAid/121036/C/SER/KG and EuropeAid/113739/C/SER/KG
Country Kyrgyzstan
Overall Project Value(EUR) 1 000 001 - 2 000 000
Project Start – Project End January 1, 2003–July 31, 2007
Project Status Closed

Funding and Implementing Organizations

Origin of Funding European Union
Project Budget(EUR) 1685784
Implementing Organization / Consortium

- CAIConsulting - Lead
- British Council
- IBF International

Contact / Team Leader / Project Team
Beneficiary

Project Summary, Objectives and Results

Project Summary

The overall objective of this project of is to contribute to the efficient and effective implementation of the Country Development Framework for 2006-2010 and Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper.

The objective of the project regarding pilot oblasts is to increase the momentum of CDP/PRSP (Comprehensive Development Framework/National Poverty Redaction Strategy) activities and to contribute to optimizing it as a 1) poverty reduction measurement instrument and 2) a regional development strategy.

At the central level, a special attention will be paid to reinforcing CDF Secretariat and National Statistics Committee capacities to implement consistently CDF/PRSP monitoring and evaluation techniques and instruments.

Project Objectives

The goal of the Project was to strengthening implementation of the CDF in the Kyrgyz Republic:

– improve the capacity of Kyrgyz policy-makers in the area of medium and long-term economic analysis in support of the CDF (comprehensive development framework) and PRSP (poverty reduction strategy paper) process.

Immediate objectives:

– upgrade the analytical skills of staff of the Presidential Administration responsible for development and implementation of the CDF,
– improve the analytical capacity of the Ministry of Finance, including the Centre for Economic Research in macroeconomic forecasting and modelling in line with the priorities of the CDF/PSRP process,
– support effective communication between the governmental and non-governmental actors (Parliament, universities, media) involved in reviewing the CDF/PRSP process; strengthen the analytical capacity of these bodies where necessary.

Education Sector VET (IVET & CVET)
Components of the Education Process Education Policy Advice & Development, Institutional strengthening & capacity building, Quality assurance, Standards and curriculum development
Occupational Field Not applicable
Target Groups Politicians/decision-makers in economics, labour, employment & education policy, Developers of standards, programs, curricula etc., Standardisation, Certification, Accreditation Bodies
Related Projects
Activities
  • To develop and contribute to implementing CDF/PRSP (Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper) monitoring and evaluation techniques and instruments;
  • To reform Government and improve efficiency and transparency;
  • To enable an environment which will incentivize the private sector, civil society and foreign investors toward national renewal, accountability and eradicate corruption.
Project Results
  • Increased capacity of the CDF Secretariat to monitor and evaluate progress towards achievement of CDF program goal and purposes;
  • A CDF ‘policy resource unit’ that would service line ministries and other government agencies and would undertake training/awareness-raising on the analysis for policy-making and evaluation purposes of CDF/PRSP and M&E information;
  • A participatory model for monitoring CDF/PRSP implementation by oblast and rayon levels state administrations as well as local self-governments (ayil-okmotus).

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