Paying for results - what kind of aid is that?
När: Torsdagen den 8 oktober
Plats: Hörsalen, SIDA, Valhallavägen 199 Stockholm
What happens when a donor pays after a certain result is achieved instead of paying upfront for certain activities? Does it lead to more ownership, flexibility, enhanced entrepreneurship and efficiency? Or does it mean that only interventions with measurable results will be implemented?
9.00 – 12.30 8th October 2015, please see the agenda below.
Hörsalen, Sida headquarters, Valhallavägen 199 Stockholm
For participation, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
New approaches to development cooperation are growing in use, but many challenges remain to be addressed. The purpose of this seminar is to inform about recent developments within Results Based Financing Approaches (RBFA) and to exchange ideas and experiences. The seminar will assemble international expertise to introduce the methodology, discuss design-questions and give the latest update on lessons learnt from current interventions.
Among the speakers we are proud to introduce Dr William Savedoff from Center for Global Development, one of the leading experts on the theoretical framework of RBFA. We will also listen to representatives from the organisation Cordaid, who works with the civil society in fragile states such as the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic. Sida’s head of Communications, Mr Joachim Beijmo, will facilitate the discussion. Please see the agenda below.
Afternoon workshop: During the afternoon, 13.30 – 15.30, you are welcome to join a workshop where representatives from donors, NGOs, think-tanks and others with a particular interest in RBFA methodology will discuss key issues of specific interest. If you want to participate in this workshop, please contact email@example.com. The places are limited.
Tentative Seminar Agenda:
8.30 – 9.00 Check-in and registration
9.00 Welcome address and opening remarks
Ms Charlotte Petri Gornitzka, Director-General, Sida
9.20 RBFA in the ideal world – the theoretical framework
Dr William Savedoff, Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development
9.50 Mobilizing private finance – the success of the solar panel project in Bangladesh
Mr S M Monirul Islam, Chief Financial Officer IDCOL, introduction by WB Catherine O’Farell Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid
10.20 Coffee and sandwich
10.40 Working through NGOs – does it work? Examples from fragile states
Mr Ernest Schoffelen, Cordaid
11.20 A study on results-based payment approaches in the governance sector
Mr Jake Allen, Itad
11.50 Panel discussion and questions from the audience.
12.30 The seminar ends
Please note that this agenda is preliminary and may change, both with regards to the issues presented and the speakers.