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  • Title: DAG Ethiopia
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Contact Us.. About DAG.. Aid Effectiveness.. Poverty Reduction Strategy.. News & Highlights.. Resources.. Upcoming DAG Events.. No events.. DAG relevant links & publications.. Ethiopia’s Aid Management Platform.. Profile of Development Partners in Ethiopia.. Declarations.. Rome.. (2003)/.. Paris.. (2005).. Accra Agenda for Action.. (2008).. Busan Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation.. (2011).. Aid Management and Utilisation Study.. Report on the use of country systems (OECD).. The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia: Staff Report for the 2012 Article IV Consultation.. GTP Annual Progress Report for 2011/12 Growth and Transformation Plan.. Protecting Basic Services, Phase II Government’s Implementation Completion Report.. Ethiopia related publications on OECD site.. International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI).. Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation.. DAG Annual Reports.. (.. 2011.. ,.. 2010.. ,.. 2009.. 2008.. 2007.. 2006.. 2005.. 2004.. ).. DAG Quarterly Newsletters.. June 2013.. December 2012.. December 2010.. August 2010.. March 2010.. December 2009.. September 2009.. To access more documents visit.. Resources/Available Documents.. Procurement Notices.. The Development Assistance Group (DAG) comprises 26 bilateral and multilateral development agencies providing assistance to Ethiopia.. The DAG was established in 2001 initially as a forum for donors to share and exchange information.. The day to day coordination of DAG is managed by a secretariat based within UNDP Ethiopia.. The main objective of the DAG is to ensure a more effective delivery and utilization of development assistance to Ethiopia.. DAG actively works to foster and catalyze policy dialogue and co-ordinate support in the preparation, monitoring and evaluation of the country’s Poverty Reduction Strategy (currently the Growth and Transformation Plan - 2010/11-2014/15) and the universal Millennium Development Goals.. The DAG works within the frameworks of global declarations and action plans such as the.. (2003) and.. (2005) Declarations, the.. (2008) and the.. The four-year DAG project, to improve the impact of development assistance to Ethiopia and support the government in the country’s efforts to reduce poverty, was finalized and signed off in July 2012.. The DAG Pooled Fund is estimated to cost some three million USD and has now entered its fourth phase.. The DAG will continue its focus on strengthening the harmonization of development partners’ support towards meeting the targets set in the national strategy (Growth and Transformation Plan) and global goals such as MDG.. Building on success and lessons learned from the previous three phases, special emphasis will put on improving the DAG-Government dialogue and coordination system as well as institutional capacity development.. Download project document.. News and Highlights.. Government Publishes Completion Report on PBS II.. The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MoFED) has made public the government's completion report on the second phase of the Protection of Basic Services (PBS), which covered the period 2009-2012, following the launch of PBS I in 2006.. The third phase, PBS III, commenced in January 2013 under the theme Promoting Basic Services and also runs for a five year term.. PBS II Govern.. More.. Improving Livelihoods and Enhancing Water Security in Ethiopia.. The AfDB has provided US $33 million in response to the Government’s request, to find a durable solution for a looming water and sanitation crisis in the historic and touristic town of Harar and the surrounding four towns.. The project, which sought to improve livelihoods and water security, is now fully operational and provides adequate water to about 250,000  ...   The Cost of Hunger in Ethiopia.. We need to make sure that all policy and decision makers understand that spending money on nutrition is one of the best investments that we can make in terms of human capital and economic growth Peter Salama, UNICEF Representative to Ethiopia told participants at the launch of the National launch of the Revised National Nutrition Programme (NNP), the latest Lancet Series and the Cost of Hunger.. USAID Launches New Land Administration to Nurture Development (LAND) Program for Ethiopia.. Ethiopian State Minister of Agriculture Sileshi Getahun and USAID Mission Director Ethiopia Dennis Weller officially launched a “Land Administration to Nurture Development” (LAND) program at a national meeting of land administration officials held in Addis Ababa on 27th June 2013.. LAND builds on previous USAID land administration and property rights projects from 2005-2013 and will operate in 6 regio.. Partners Come Together to Celebrate Five Years of Democratic Institutions Programme for Ethiopia.. Representatives of the Government of Ethiopia, heads of democratic institutions, development partners and the UNDP gathered to celebrate the success and mark the end of the Democratic Institution Programme (June 2008 –June 2013).. Representatives from Government and development partners lauded the programme for its contribution to the transformational process that is ongoing in Ethiopia and e.. Latest DAG Newsletter.. “Creating a new culture of self-reliance is needed to eradicate poverty”, H.. E.. Minster Mekuria Haile, Ministry of Urban Development and Construction (MoUDC) underlined as he joined UNDP Regional Bureau for Africa Director Mr.. Tegegnework Gettu to officially inaugurate the entrepreneurship development center (EDC) on Monday, 27th May 2013.. The EDC runs the new Entrepreneurship Development Programme tha.. Italy-Ethiopia Development Cooperation Framework.. Italy has launched its new development cooperation framework for Ethiopia (2013-2015), which is aligned to the objectives of the national Growth and Transformation Plan.. The two priority sectors will be agriculture and rural development, and provision of basic services (health, education and wash), with a specific focus on the cross-cutting issues of private sector development, gender and.. Ethiopia to Benefit from a new Agriculture Fast Track Fund.. Ethiopia is part of a six country New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition and will benefit from a recent USD 23 millionAgriculture Fast Track Fund launched by the African Development Bank, USAID and Sweden.. The New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition was launched by the United States’ President Barack Obama at the 2012 G-8 Summit and in addition to Ethiopia includes Burkina Faso, Côte d’.. AfDB Launches US$1.. 26B Ethiopia-Kenya Electricity Highway.. The African Development Bank today launched the 1,068-kilometre high-voltage electricity highway to be built between Ethiopia and Kenya.. The project is expected to be completed in less than five years, involves the construction of transmission lines of about 437 km in Ethiopia and about 631 km in Kenya and associated AC/DC converter stations at Wolayta-Sodo (Ethiopia) and Suswa (Kenya) substations.. Custom Link.. Multi Donor Programs.. Democratic Institution Programs (DIP).. Protection of Basic Services (PBS).. Productive Safety Net Program(PSNP).. Public Sector Capacity Building Programme (PSCAP).. Thematic Areas.. Education.. Gender Equality.. Governance.. Health Population And Nutrition.. HIV/AIDS.. Private Sector Development and Trade.. Rural Economic Development And Food Security.. Monitoring And Evaluation.. Transport.. Water.. E-mail:.. dagcommunications@undp.. org.. YOU ARE HERE.. Terms And Conditions.. Site Map.. Copyright 2013,The Development Assistance Group(DAG)..

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  • Title: Contact Us
    Descriptive info: Quick Links.. Aid Management Platform.. Improving governance and Public Financial Management through budget support: The experience of the African Development Bank.. (ECDPM discussion paper).. Signing ceremoney - UN Development Assistance Framework.. Ethiopian government signs financing agreement with the World Bank.. Ethiopia and Turkey sign MoU to promote trade,  ...   for replacement of Awash bridge.. Delivering Results: AfDB Management Reflects on Aid Effectiveness.. Contact Us.. Saturday, 30 January 2010 06:42.. Communication Officer.. Martha Mogus.. Te.. + 251 11 5 44 43 18.. Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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  • Title: Dag News
    Descriptive info: Dag News.. Government Publishes Completion Report on PBS II.. PBS II Government Completition Report (.. 1.. 6 MB.. Improving Livelihoods and Enhancing Water Security in Ethiopia.. Tuesday, 06 August 2013 13:17.. Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 August 2013 13:26.. Japan and UNDP Support Ethiopia's Peacekeeping Efforts.. Wednesday, 31 July 2013 08:59.. The Federal Ministry of Defence (MoD), the Ministry of Economic Development and Economic Affairs (MoFED) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have now signed an agreement for a one-year programme that supports the establishment of the EEIPKTC.. Japan’s support rests on commitments for continued support to Africa’s efforts on conflict prevention and resolution during made at the at fifth.. TICAD.. meeting held in Yokohama in June 2013.. Read More.. Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 July 2013 09:11.. IMF issues Statement following Mission on the 2013 Article IV Consultation with Ethiopia.. Wednesday, 31 July 2013 08:32.. An International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission visited Addis Ababa June 19-July 3 to conduct discussions for the 2013 Article IV.. Consultation.. The mission met with Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, Minister of Finance and Economic Development Sufian Ahmed, Governor of the National Bank of Ethiopia Teklewold Atnafu, Economic Advisor to the Prime Minister Newai Gebre-ab, other senior officials, as well representatives of the private sector, the international community, and civil society.. Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 July 2013 08:35.. Wednesday, 24 July 2013 07:41.. Addis Ababa is the venue for the third meeting of the Global Partnership Steering Committee, which will be hosted by the African Union Commission place from 25-26.. th.. July 2013.. The Steering Committee will evaluate progress made in the implementation of the Global Partnership Principles, build on previous committee meetings held this year in Indonesia and develop a vision and agenda for the first Global Partnership Ministerial-level meeting and a political vision for the Global Partnership within the broader context of the post-2015 development agenda.. download provisional agenda.. A High Level Africa Event will be held on the sidelines of the Committee meeting to look at Aid as Catalyst for Domestic Resource Mobilisation in Africa.. Panalists will include DAG Co-Chair, Lamin G.. Barrow representing the African Development Bank Who will be joined by Mr.. Romuald Pial Mezala(Regional  ...   on the federal level, and in collaboration with Ethiopian universities.. The program will bolster land administration capacity in the country and will expand land certification for smallholder farmers in Agriculture Growth Program woredas.. The new program will also work with pastoral communities on access to grazing land and water and to build resilience in drought-prone areas.. Date of Operation:.. 2013 – 2018.. Primary Implementing Partner:.. Tetra Tech ARD.. Other Implementing Partner(s):.. Federal Government of Ethiopia, Landessa, Winrock International, Haramaya University, Afar, Amhara, Harar, Oromia, SNNP, and Somali and Tigray regions, and Dire Dawa City Administration.. Regions of Operation:.. National and Afar, Amhara, Dire Dawa, Oromia, SNNP, Somali, Tigray.. Goal:.. Build on USAID's substantial past investments to improve land governance and land administration and strengthen land tenure rights in Ethiopia and thereby promote economic growth, increase agricultural productivity, reduce conflict and resource degradation and improve women’s rights to control and manage assets.. Project Objectives:.. Support national and regional governments to improve land administration and land use laws based on research findings and public needs.. Improve Government of Ethiopia’s land administration institutions efficiency in land use rights certification and transactions through trainings provided by higher educational institutions.. Encourage pastoral regions to introduce certification of communal land use rights and management of natural resources.. Description:.. LAND works at the national and regional levels of government to further improve the legal and regulatory framework related to land tenure and property rights and thereby support the Government of Ethiopia's and USAID's goal of increasing economic growth, particularly agricultural sector growth, improving rural resiliency, and improving governance.. LAND uses a variety of activities to strengthen capacity of land administration and land use institutions.. In addition, LAND supports activities focusing on securing rights to community lands, strengthening capacity of community members to manage their natural resource assets.. Expected Results:.. Appropriate land laws are prepared and enforced.. Regions are able to survey, map, register and certify rural parcels.. Linkages are created between higher education and land administration institutions.. Communal land use certifications are practiced in pastoral areas.. (SOURCE:.. http://ethiopia.. usaid.. gov/.. Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 July 2013 07:14.. More Articles.. Start.. Prev.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. Next.. End.. Page 1 of 6.. News Highlights..

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  • Title: Aid Management and Utilisation in Ethiopia: A study in response to allegations of distortion in donor-supported development programmes
    Descriptive info: Aid Management and Utilisation in Ethiopia: A study in response to allegations of distortion in donor-supported development programmes.. Development and aid in Ethiopia.. Ethiopia has made impressive development progress in recent years.. Since 2000, Ethiopia has recorded the second fastest improvement in human development in the world (UNDP Human Development Report).. Economic growth has accelerated on a sustained basis from around 2003, despite the global economic crisis.. Significant progress is being made towards the Millennium Development Goals, with Ethiopia on track to meet Goal 1 (eradicate extreme poverty and hunger), Goal 2 (achieve universal primary education), Goal 6 (combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases) and Goal 8 (develop a global partnership for development).. Good progress is also being made towards Goal 4 (reduce child mortality) and Goal 7 (ensure environmental sustainability).. External aid has played a significant role in helping to deliver this development progress and growth, saving lives and improving livelihoods.. These achievements are an important measure by which donors assess the overall effectiveness of their support to Ethiopia.. Allegations of distortion in donor-supported development programmes.. In January 2010, in response to allegations that some donor-supported programmes in Ethiopia were being used for political gain – with aid allocated according to political affiliation, rather than solely need – the Development Assistance Group (DAG) commissioned a study to assess the rigour of the programme systems and safeguards that are designed to ensure that aid is spent effectively.. The main allegations, reported by the Ethiopian opposition, international NGOs and the media, were that targeting of beneficiaries and recruitment of public service employees within a number of donor-supported programmes were being influenced by considerations of political affiliation; in short, that aid allocations were subject to political distortion..  ...   part of a potential second phase.. At the same time, given the importance of external aid in a resource scarce country like Ethiopia, the DAG was keen to make sure that programmes with a track record of development impact were not thrown off course without due cause.. The Government of Ethiopia shares the responsibility for ensuring aid spent through government programmes is spent effectively and reaches its intended beneficiaries and, moreover, has the lead responsibility to investigate specific allegations through appropriate administrative and legal channels where this is justified.. The study included a thorough review of the existing systems and safeguards for each programme, and consultation with development partners, civil society and the Government of Ethiopia.. The study found that all four programmes have accountability systems in place that provide checks on distortion, including distortion for political gain, but that all four programmes should be further strengthened by giving more attention to transparency (through the generation and dissemination of information), independent monitoring, and the incentives which drive performance.. Next steps.. The Government of Ethiopia has followed the progress of the DAG study with interest, and from the start has signalled its intent to work with Development Partners to act on any recommendations to improve the systems and safeguards in the programmes concerned, including investigating where appropriate.. The DAG is now working with the Government to act on the recommendations for continued strengthening of safeguards, ultimately to maximise the developmental impact of all donor-supported programmes in Ethiopia.. To read the full report of the DAG study, please follow this.. link.. Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 October 2010 09:39.. Aid Management and Utilisation in Ethiopia: A study in response to allegations of distortion in donor-supported development programmes..

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  • Title: Downloads
    Descriptive info: Downloads Home.. Search Document.. Categories.. Files.. 168.. General Documents.. 12.. Multi-Donor Programmes.. 111.. Thematic Area.. Documents related to the 11 thematic areas (education; gender equality; governance; Health Population And Nutrition; HIV/AIDS; Private Sector Development and Trade; Public Finance Managment ; Rural Economic Development And Food Security; Monitoring And Evaluation; Transport; Water).. Resources.. Available Documents..

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  • Title: Government Publishes Completion Report on PBS II
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  • Title: Improving Livelihoods and Enhancing Water Security in Ethiopia
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  • Title: Japan and UNDP Support Ethiopia's Peacekeeping Efforts
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  • Title: IMF issues Statement following Mission on the 2013 Article IV Consultation with Ethiopia
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  • Title: Addis Hosts Global Partnership Meeting
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  • Title: Ethiopia signs Grant Agreement with European Commission
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