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Evaluating the Comprehensive Development Framework : Ownership and Participation

FOCUS GROUPS LIVING STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE PARTICIPANTS PARTICIPATIONS CONSULTATION CIVIL SERVANTS INTENDED BENEFICIARIES LAWS COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT CIVIL SOCIETIES GOVERNMENT DEMOCRATIC COUNTRIES GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS STRATEGIES PREPARATION POLITICAL ECONOMY NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT MINISTER INCENTIVES CAPACITY BUILDING AID AGENCIES VARIABLES PROJECTS PRIORITIES DEVELOPMENT POLICIES PARLIAMENT INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OWNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT GOALS CORRUPTION BENEFICIARIES DEVELOPMENT PROCESS MOBILIZATION CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION CREDIBILITY POVERTY REDUCTION COLLABORATION POLITICAL PLURALISM DEVELOPMENT AID TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AID CONDITIONALITY COSTS PARTICIPATORY PROCESSES ACTIVE INVOLVEMENT DEVELOPMENT PLANNING RELEVANCE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES CIVIL SOCIETY POLITICAL POWER DEMOCRACY INITIATIVE VIOLENCE STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION NEEDS ORGANIZATIONS LOCAL GOVERNMENT CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACCESS CIVIL SOCIETY GROUPS NEGOTIATIONS REPRESENTATIVES MEDIUM PARLIAMENTS GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY MARGINALIZED GROUPS ECONOMIC RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL AID POLITICAL SYSTEM BANKS AID PROGRAMS AID DEPENDENCY POLITICAL ECONOMY OF REFORM INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INITIATIVES PARLIAMENTARIANS ELECTIONS CONSULTATION PROCESSES CONSENSUS BUILDING ACCOUNTABILITY POLICIES PARTICIPATION SURVEY DEVELOPMENT BANKS BANK ACCOUNTABILITIES STAKEHOLDERS FLEXIBILITY CONSULTATIONS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENTS DEVELOPMENT ISSUES DECISIONMAKING CIVIL SOCIETY PARTICIPATION INTEREST GROUPS PARTICIPATORY PROCESS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS DEVELOPMENT AID TRADE UNIONS CONSTITUENCIES POLICY DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES POLITICAL PARTIES MEDIA GOVERNANCE CONSENSUS THEORY COMPLAINTS ORGANIZATION FREE SPEECH BILATERAL AID COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK DECENTRALIZATION COMPLAINT STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATORY’ PROCESSES LEADERSHIP GOVERNORS DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS GOVERNMENTS OUTCOMES AID FLOWS OBJECTIVES DEBT RELIEF
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa
2016-04-21T16:35:14Z | 2016-04-21T16:35:14Z | 2003-09-01

Country ownership is the linchpin of the Comprehensive Development Framework (CDF), according to a recent World Bank report on the CDF. This evaluation of the role of ownership and participation in the CDF will examine these issues by addressing five specific questions: (1) has the CDF been successful in reflecting the new development consensus, in particular, the emphasis on ownership and participation?; (2) to what extent have aid agencies and organizations adopted ownership and participation as central to their operations?; (3) has the existence of the Comprehensive Development Framework led to the emphasis on ownership and participation among aid agencies?; (4) to what extent have governments receiving aid ‘owned’ the aid and sought the participation of their bureaucracies, parliaments and civil societies in planning and implementing the aid-funded activities?; (5) has better ownership led to better-designed and implemented policies and fewer policy rollbacks?; The following sections will first introduce the concept of ownership and participation and their incorporation in the CDF; then examine the role of ownership and participation in the activities of aid donors; third, examine ownership and participation in the work of aid recipients and finally, the extent to which the CDF has been put into use and has helped internalize/operationalize the concept of ownership and participation.

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