April 2012|Bruno Versailles|Country Learning Notes,

This note describes how the Rwandan government and donors developed their own mutual accountability framework based on the Common Performance Assessment Framework (CPAF) and the Donor Performance Assessment Framework (DPAF).

Summary

  • Rwanda’s mutual accountability framework is a tool for the government and donors to hold each other accountable for development results. It is based on the Common Performance Assessment Framework (CPAF); and the Donor Performance Assessment Framework (DPAF).
  • The Common Performance Assessment Framework (CPAF) is a matrix of selected outcome indicators used by donors to assess the government’s performance. It is mainly used for Budget Support conditionality.
  • The Donor Performance Assessment Framework (DPAF) is the government’s framework for assessing and discussing the progress of donors relative to their commitments.

Download

 

The Country Learning Notes series is intended as a tool for policy makers and practitioners to learn from the experiences of other countries. Each note focuses on a specific country and a particular policy area, documenting the challenges faced and decisions taken to overcome them.

$permalink = the_permalink();