Annex 2

Paris Declaration survey 2011: Data collection procedures and (provisional) timeline
Data collection

Indicators 3-10 of the Paris Declaration survey require that development partners enter information into the Cambodia ODA Database   this means that development partners are NOT required to directly complete the Donor Questionnaire provided by the OECD/DAC. Data will be exported from the ODA Database to complete the Country Spreadsheet and it will then be presented for validation. For indicators 10a and 10b, data collection will be through the Missions recording system (linked to ODA Database) in the first instance, supplemented with additional information as required. It is proposed that data to be collected and consolidated for the survey exercise as follows:

Paris Declaration

Indicator

Data collection modality

ODA Database

fields

Notes

Name of implementing partner / point of delivery

DPs enter information for each project record in ODA Database

3, 18a

The Paris Declaration survey methodology measures aid provided to the Government sector at the 'point of delivery' (i.e. by implementing partner) so this information is essential to complete the survey.

Indicator of disbursement to Government sector

DPs enter information for each project record in ODA Database

18b

1

Operational development strategy

Qualitative questionnaire validated by RGC and DPs

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World Bank to assess and score

2 a/b

PFM and procurement systems

World Bank CPIA and WP-EFF self-assessment monitors progress

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http://www.oecd.org/dac/effectiveness/procurement (2b)

3

Aid reported on budget

DPs enter information for each project record in ODA Database

14

CDC to calculate budget baseline based on data provided Nov 2009

4

Coordinated capacity development

DPs enter information for each project record in ODA Database

9, 14

New definition/test http://www.oecd.org/dac/pdsurvey 

5a

Use of country PFM systems

DPs enter information for each project record in ODA Database

14, 18 (PD 5a)

New definition/test http://www.oecd.org/dac/pdsurvey

5b

Use of country procurement systems

DPs enter information for each project record in ODA Database

14, 18 (PD 5b)

New definition/test http://www.oecd.org/dac/pdsurvey

6

Parallel PIUs

DPs enter information for each project record in ODA Database

18 (PD 6)

New definition/test http://www.oecd.org/dac/pdsurvey

7

In-year predictability

DPs enter information for each project record in ODA Database

14

CDCF figures will be used to proxy scheduled disbursements

8

Untied aid

DPs enter information for each project record in ODA Database

14, 18 (PD 8)

Data provided by OECD/DAC. Also recorded in ODA Database

9

Use of programme-based approaches

DPs enter information for each project record in ODA Database

9, 14

http://www.oecd.org/dac/pdsurvey

10a

Coordinated missions

DPs enter information for each project record in ODA Database

Mission database

Will need supplementing with development partner data

10b

Coordinated country analytical work

DPs enter information for each project record in ODA Database

Will need supplementing with development partner data

11

Results-oriented frameworks

Qualitative questionnaire validated by RGC and DPs

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World Bank to assess and score

12

Mutual accountability

RGC and DPs agree status of aid policy and mechanisms that mutually review progress (e.g. Declaration, SFDCM, JMIs, TWG)

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The first draft of the Country Report will provide a basis for discussion prior to the final endorsement meeting (18 March tbc)

Provisional Timeline for Conducting the 2011 Survey Exercise

Timing / Deadline

Activity

Lead responsibility

November 10-11 2010

National launch in conjunction with Regional Workshop (formation of sub-group to lead P+H TWG)

CRDB/CDC and DP focal points (UNDP & SIDA)

By end-2010

All DPs to update project records (except 2010 disbursements), especially questions 3, 9, 18

All DPs (with support provided by CRDB/CDC on request)

By end-2010

Survey sub-group to have prepared drafts of Indicator 1, 11 and 12 (qualitative assessments)

CRDB/CDC and sub-group

1 Jan 28 Feb 2011

DPs validate data in the ODA Database

All DPs (with support provided by CRDB/CDC on request)

31 January

List of missions and analytical work (Indicators 10a and 10b) to be submitted to CRDB/CDC by DP focal points

All DPs to provide information to CRDB/CDC

28 February

All DPs to have up-dated question 14 (disbursements) in ODA Database (2010 disbursements)

All DPs

11 March

Validation completed. First draft of Country Spreadsheet (all indicators) and draft Country Report

CRDB/CDC

18 March

Final national validation/endorsement meeting (P+H TWG)

CRDB/CDC

31 March

Submission of Country Spreadsheet and Country Report to OECD/DAC

CRDB/CDC

Note: The Survey sub-group established by the P+H TWG will meet as required under the leadership and direction of the TWG Chair.