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About APCoP-MfDR

(Download the latest CoP-MfDR Brochure for more information)

  • The APCop-MfDR was created in 2006 by 11 countries, and has since grown to 26 countries in 2009.
  • As of December 2009, it is comprised of 26 countries: Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, the People’s Republic of China, Cook Islands, Fiji Islands, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, Vanuatu, and Viet Nam. (Open to all ADB's developing member countries)
  • It has about 680 members; with about 100 considered active
  • APCoP-MfDR gives members access to good practices, tools, training opportunities on MfDR though peer-to-peer learning activities.
  • It is managed by a Coordinating Committee consisted of six members from Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Philippines, and Sri Lanka.
  • ADB is the secretariat and finances and supports its operation.

» History/Background

Results management practitioners from 11 countries in the region came together on 22–23 March 2006 to launch the CoP-MfDR. Participants identified some key trends that had occurred in the Asia and Pacific region that would impact development results. They articulated the need and strategy for such a community over the next few years, and discussed an action plan for its pilot period. By 2005, several countries in the region began introducing MfDR approaches in public sector management. As these experiences were still evolving, countries expressed their desire to learn more about good practices and tools for advancing the MfDR process. APCoP-MfDR was created to meet this demand. ADB finances and supports the operation of APCoP-MfDR, and serves as its Secretariat.

The success of APCoP-MfDR influenced the creation of the Latin American and Caribbean CoP and the African CoP. The OECD-DAC recently reaffirmed regional CoPs as essential hubs for learning and promoting MfDR-based country systems.

» Vision

To contribute to MfDR capacity enhancement among developing countries in the Asia and Pacific region.

» Mission

In keeping with the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness, to assist countries in the region with the development or improvement of transparent and monitorable performance assessment frameworks to assess progress against (a) national development strategies and (b) sector programs, and to contribute to the reduction of that proportion of countries without transparent and monitorable performance assessment frameworks, by:

To promote learning and knowledge exchange among public sector managers, organizations, executing agencies, and practitioners on managing better for development results

» Objectives

  • Increase dialogue and information sharing for the dissemination of good practices and expertise among practitioners on MfDR;
  • Facilitate demand-driven advice and problem-solving assistance from international experts on MfDR, particularly for practical hands-on issues;
  • Introduce a range of self-directed learning opportunities, products, tools, and support services; and
  • Create a knowledge base of good practices that will help CoP members improve their understanding and skills in MfDR.

» Partners

APCoP-MfDR works with various institutions to attain its objectives of increasing regional dialogue and information dissemination, as well as introducing learning opportunities on MfDR. Its partners include the World Bank, Department for International Development (DfID) of the United Kingdom, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development-Development Assistance Committee (OECD-DAC), and the governments of the People's Republic of China and Singapore.

» Leadership

The CoP-MfDR is owned by its developing member countries. As such, it is also led by a five-member Coordinating Committee that provides guidance on the objectives and activities of the group. ADB serves as its Secretariat.

Coordinating Committee

Mr. Koshy Thomas, Chair
(Koshy)

Head, OBB Project Team
6th Floor, South Block
Ministry of Finance Complex
Precinct 2, 62592 Putrajaya, Malaysia
koshy.thomas@treasury.gov.my


Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy, Vice-Chair
(Siva)

Secretary
Ministry of Traditional Industries and
Small Enterprise Development,
No. 780, Maradana Road, Colombo 10, Sri Lanka
Tel.: 2669280, 2669301
secofficetised@sltnet.lk


Mr. Rolando G. Tungpalan
(Rolly)

Deputy Director General
National Economic Development Authority
5/F 12 Escriva Drive, Ortigas Center
Pasig City,  1605 Philippines
Tel/Fax:  (632) 631-2186
rgtungpalan@neda.gov.ph


Mr. Teertha Dhakal
(Teertha)

Joint Secretary and Head of Monitoring and
Evaluation National Planning Commission Secretariat
Singhadurbar, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Tel.: 977-1-4211022
teerthadhakal@yahoo.com


Ms. Juanita Amatong
(Nitz)

Monetary Board Member
Office of the Monetary Board
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
BSP Complex, A. Mabini St. Malate 1006, Manila
Tel.: (632) 512-4773
jamatong@bsp.gov.ph


Mr. Jargalsaikhan Dambadarjaa
(Jargal)

Board Member, Open Society Forum
Jamiyan Gun Street-5/1, Sukhbaatar District,
Ulaanbaatar-48, Mongolia
Tel.:  (976-11)-318261     Fax.: (976-11) 315491
djargal@yahoo.com
www.forum.mn

Secretariat

Ms. Farzana Ahmed
(Farzana)

Lead Results Management Specialist and
APCoP Principal Coordinator
Results Management Unit
Asian Development Bank
Tel.: (632) 632-5165
fahmed@adb.org