Beitrag zum OECD Development Assistance Committee Programme of Work and Budget 2013/14



Contract partner: Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development / Development Assistance Committee Country: Entwicklungsländer, unspezifisch Funding amount: € 375.000,00 Project start: 01.01.2013 End: 31.12.2014

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Overall goal


The Austrian Development Cooperation supports the "Programme of Work and Budget (PWB) 2013/14" of the OECD DAC with a voluntary contribution of EUR 375,000 for the next two years. The work programme 2013-1014 brings a clear set of thirteen priority outcomes the Committee seeks to achieve over the next two years. These priority outcomes, which were endorsed by members at the DAC Senior Level meeting on 3-4 April 2012, reflect the new era of development cooperation, characterised by a broadening agenda in terms of sources of development finance, challenges and actors.

• Modernising DAC core work on peer reviews(1) and statistics on development finance (2)

• Contributing to the Busan Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation: Implementation of the Busan Partneship Agreement (3)

• Moving towards a post-2015 development framework: Implications for ongoing and new DAC policy work:

-Re-imagining development and development cooperation post-2015 (4)

-Flexible and responsive policy support to develop innovative approaches to reduce poverty and gender inequality and to build resilience (gender equality, food security, Risk and resilience) (5)

-Effective governance, peacebuilding and statebuilding (INCAF, New Deal, International Dialogue) (6)

-Green growth, climate change and environment (7)

-Development architecture and global governance (8)

-Tax and development and addressing illicit financial flows (9)

-Development finance and the role of ODA (10)

-Managing for, measuring and evaluating results (11)

-DAC Global Relation Policy Dialogue (12)

• Collaborating with other policy communities and promoting PCD: the OECD Strategy for Development: Implementing the OECD Strategy for Development (13)

The contribution is therefore also a support of the networks and working parties Austria is actively involved in like Environet, Gendernet, INCAF, Green growth and poverty reduction, Food security, Statistics, Development Evaluation,...

project number 2295-08/2012
source of funding OEZA
sector Keinem spezifischen Sektor zuordenbar
tied
modality
marker
  • Policy marker: are used to identify, assess and facilitate the monitoring of activities in support of policy objectives concerning gender equality, aid to environment, participatory development/good governance, trade development and reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health. Activities targeting the objectives of the Rio Conventions include the identification of biodiversity, climate change mitigation, climate change adaptation, and desertification.
    • 1= policy is a significant objective of the activity
    • 2= policy is the principal objective of the activity
  • Donor/ source of funding: The ADA is not only implementing projects and programmes of the Austrian Development Cooperation , but also projects funded from other sources and donors such as
    • AKF - Foreign Disaster Fund of the Austrian federal government
    • BMLFUW - Federal Ministry for Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water
    • EU - Funds of the European Commission
    • Others - various other donors are listed in ADA’s annual business report.
  • Type of Aid – Aid modalities: classifies transfers from the donor to the first recipient of funds such as budget support, core contributions and pooled programmes and funds to CSOs and multilateral organisations, project-type interventions, experts and other technical assistance, scholarships and student costs in donor countries, debt relief, administrative costs and other in-donor expenditures.
  • Purpose/ sector code: classifies the specific area of the recipient’s economic or social structure, funded by a bilateral contribution.
  • Tied/Untied: Untied aid is defined as loans and grants whose proceeds are fully and freely available to finance procurement from all OECD countries and substantially all developing countries. Transactions are considered tied unless the donor has, at the time of the aid offer, clearly specified a range of countries eligible for procurement which meets the tests for “untied” aid.