Recent Years: Additionality Enabled by DFID and AFRITAC External Funding
1. Regional and AAf Project Countries’ Representation in the GDDS and SDDS
1. The AAf Project Phase I, November 2001–December 2006
2. TA Prioritization and Method of Delivery in Phase I of the Project
3. Selected Outputs Achieved in AAf Project Countries, 2002–06
4. Interviews with AAf Project Participants at End of Phase I
5. Experience with the National GDDSAwarenessWorkshops
6. An Experience with a Regional Event
7. Summary Findings of the Third Review of the
population data, and agriculture sector data.
GDDSawarenessworkshops have been particularly well received and have made a contribution to improved cross-agency communication.
It is harder to tell whether and how better data collection, analysis, and dissemination are contributing to planning and policymaking.
However, there is evidence that countries’ borrowing costs are reduced by 8 percent when signed up to the GDDS and up to 20 percent when the country meets the SDDS standard. 1/
This and other ‘purpose level’ impacts will be explored in greater detail in the