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    Adjustment of the costing tool of evaluation of needs to national planning and budgeting instruments: A methodological proposal from Bolivia Adjustment of the costing tool of evaluation of needs to national planning and budgeting instruments: A methodological proposal from Bolivia Presentation Transcript

    • Adjustment of the costing tool of evaluation of needs to national planning and budgeting instruments: A methodological proposal from Bolivia VICE-MINISTRY OF EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES (VIO) COLECTIVO CABILDEO ONU MUJERES Silvia Fernández BOLIVIA,September 2013
    • 2 *Construction of the Plurinational State. *The proposal of a new economic model under the “Living Well” paradigm: Political Constitution (CPE), National Development Plan (PND), Plural Economy and new laws and regulations. *Advancements in regulations in terms of the rights of women and gender equality in the CPE. *The National Plan of Gender Equality (PIO ): decolonization &depatriachalization, but outside the national planning and budgeting processes. *Scarce allocation of public budget for gender equality (Analysis of GRB - reports). *Demand for the fulfillment and the protection of the right of women to a life free from violence. *Strengthening of women institutions and organizations working for women’s rights, intercultural issues and GRB.
    • 3 *The theoretical-political framework of the “living well” paradigm, decolonization, depatriarchalization and feminist economy. *Public administration in the Plurinational State: inclusion of gender equality in planning and budgeting processes and tools taking into consideration entities’ competencies. *Assuming “Costing” as an instrument that contributes to the reduction of inequalities, considering poverty indicators, gender gaps and categories of investment in gender equality. OBJECTIVE: To achieve changes in fiscal policy trough the reorientation of the expenses policy.
    • 4 * • Identification of gaps, definition of priorities for interventions and interpellation to instances responsible of making viable the incorporation of gender equality measures in planning and budgeting processes of the entity. STAGE 1: 2010 and 2011 - Costing of pre-investment of concurrent interventions of the core components of the PIO. Especially the Productive Economic Component. • Identification and construction of possible alternatives to be incorporated in the planning and budgeting processes and/or research of external resources. • Alignment with national objectives and strategies, identification of priorities, gaps, goals, indicators, stakeholders: Matrix of coherence and priorities. STAGE 2: 2012 - Economic Productive Component Inclusion of costed interventions in planning and budgeting processes of the Vice-Ministry of Micro and Small Industry (MDP and EP). Adjustment of the costing methodology and tool. • Influence in fiscal policy (expenses) trough a gender analysis of the budget, the definition of the cost of gender equality regulations for the allocation of resources. • Adjustment and complementation of the costing methodology and tool at a competency level (territory level) – Costing of the Violence Component. STAGE 3: 2013: Adjustment and complementation of the costing methodology and tool at a competency level (territory level) - Costing of the Violence Component.
    • 5 1st Stage *Pre-investment for the execution of the Economic Productive Component of the PIO. Strategic orientation of economic issue, the discussion about the resources redistribution mechanisms. 2nd Stage *Two interventions for rural women and the consolidation of the Gender Directorate of the Ministry of Productive Development and Plural Economy: Integration of regulations for gender equality in planning and budgeting processes of the ministry. 3rd Stage *Violence Component of the PIO and the implementation of 2 services for the attention, prevention and protection under the Law Against Violence - institutionalization of regulations and services for a life free of violence based on competencies-: Demand of the fulfillment and the protection of the right of being free form violence and approval of the Law. *Field of application: National, defined by the PIO (Plan of Equal Opportunities) and the Law 348/13, population according to IDH allocations.
    • * 500000,000000 500000,000000 700000,000000 700000,000000 900000,000000 900000,000000 1100000,000000 1100000,000000 1300000,000000 1300000,000000 1500000,000000 1500000,000000 1700000,000000 1700000,000000 30000 ,000000 30000,000000 330000 ,000000 330000,000000 630000 ,000000 630000,000000 930000 ,000000 930000,000000 1230000 ,000000 1230000,000000 1530000 ,000000 1530000,000000 1830000 ,000000 1830000,000000 Bolivia_327Municip_Final NIVEL IDH Medio Alto Medio Medio Medio Bajo Bajo PRESUPUESTO <all other values> PRESU_2 <Null> A B C D E F G H I J 0 110.000 220.000 330.000 440.00055.000 Meters Medium – High IDH = 0,70-0,77 (21 cases); Medium – Medium IDH = 0,60- 0,69 (108 cases); Medium – Low IDH = 0,50-0,59 142(cases) Low IDH = <0,50 (56 cases).
    • * 500000,000000 500000,000000 700000,000000 700000,000000 900000,000000 900000,000000 1100000,000000 1100000,000000 1300000,000000 1300000,000000 1500000,000000 1500000,000000 1700000,000000 1700000,000000 30000 ,000000 30000,000000 330000 ,000000 330000,000000 630000 ,000000 630000,000000 930000 ,000000 930000,000000 1230000 ,000000 1230000,000000 1530000 ,000000 1530000,000000 1830000 ,000000 1830000,000000 500000,000000 500000,000000 700000,000000 700000,000000 900000,000000 900000,000000 1100000,000000 1100000,000000 1300000,000000 1300000,000000 1500000,000000 1500000,000000 1700000,000000 1700000,000000 30000 ,000000 30000,000000 330000 ,000000 330000,000000 630000 ,000000 630000,000000 930000 ,000000 930000,000000 1230000 ,000000 1230000,000000 1530000 ,000000 1530000,000000 0 110.000 220.000 330.000 440.00055.000 Meters . Legend SLIM <all other values> EXISTENCIA_SLIM Sin SLIM Con SLIM <Null> . 0 100 200 300 40050 Miles EXISTENCIA_SER_ATENCIO VIF TOT MUJ Sin Registro VRG Con Registro VRG
    • 8 *Who carried out the costing exercise? Which were the key strategic alliances? 1st Stage Human Rights Commission of the Parliament, Vice-Ministry of Equal Opportunities (VIO) and UN Women – Technical Costing Committee; economic area ministries, NGOs that work with issues related to gender equality. 2nd Stage VIO – Ministry of Productive Development and Plural Economy, UN Women – National Teamwork of Gender Responsive Budgets (MNT- GRB) - FCC, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Labor. 3rd Stage VIO, National Service of Autonomies and ColectivoCabildeo (Technical Committee) Ministries of: de Autonomies, Justice, Productive Development and Plural Economy, Communications, Transparency, Economy and Public Finances and Planning, MNT-GRB and UN Women.
    • 9 * IDENTIFYED PROBLEMS GENDER GAPS INDICATORS VARIABLE (*) ENTITY COMPETENCIE COHERENCE OF POLITICAL ACTIONS BASELINE (PUBLIC POLICY) GENDER EQUALITY REGULATIONS GOAL IMPACT INDICATOR (**) OBJETIVO DE GESTON DEL PEI GENDER EQUALITY POLICIES CONCURRENT ACTIONS
    • 10 * ANALYSIS AND POSSITIONING SENSIBILIZATION AND CREATION OF THE COSTING COMMITTEE CONCEPTS AND ARGUMENTATIO N AGREEMENTS: ACTIONS AND INTERVENTIONS CONSTRUCTION: TYPOLOGIES AND STANDARDS TECHNICAL AND POLITICAL VALIDATION GATHERING OF INFORMATION COSTING AND PRODUCTIO N OF REPORTS SOCIALIZATION AND VAIDATION OF FINAL RESULTS
    • 11 *How were the sources of possible financing identified? 1. Analysis of National Budget – Sources of public financing. 2. Analysis of Annual Operating Plans (POA) – Budget of 6 ministries of the productive economic component area. 3. Presentation to the international cooperation. 4. Analysis of competencies by territorial government levels (national, departmental and municipal).
    • 12 What was achieved trough the use of the results of the costing exercise (e.g. Influence in regulations, policies and budgets, etc.)? *Instructive order from the Ministry of the Presidency to allocate budgets to entities for different costed actions of the PIO. *Appropriation of the costing methodology and tool by the National Service of Autonomies (SEA), continuity and expansion of costing exercises. *Cost of the pre-investment of the PIO. *2 costed programs and mainstreaming of gender in the planning process and the implementation of the Gender Directorate of the Ministry of Productive Development. *Attention, prevention and protection services costed at a territorial level. *Program for the institutionalization of the attention, prevention and eradication of violence has been costed.
    • 13 2. How was the process and its results documented and/or systematized? Guidelines of the process and costing tool. Document outlining the results. 3. How was it disseminated? “Collectivization” – socialization in special workshops and dissemination through the UN Women Bolivia website.
    • 14 1.Main difficulties and issues that hinder the implementation of the tool or methodology and how where they sort out. Weaknesses and absence of updated information, mainly regarding gaps in gender related issue like violence. Limited institutional capacity of the Vice ministry of Equal Opportunities (VIO) and limited budget. High level of staff rotation in the public sector. Mechanisms and tools of public administration not to flexible in terms of gender equality. 2. Main technical challenges in the methodological process. *Increase strategic alliances among stakeholders. *Strengthening of the capacities of influence and accountability of women’s organizations.
    • 15 1. Lessons learned and recommendations to increase financing for gender equality for the National Government and the International Cooperation. The Country: *Establishment of process and capacities to identify priorities in the reduction of gender gaps and promote the inclusion of gender issues in planning and budgeting systems. *Permanent update of information and public registry systems. *International Cooperation: support and strengthening of the integration of costing processes and tools as part of public budgeting exercises. *Strengthening of the the capacities for the elaboration of proposals, influence and accountability of women’s organizations.
    • Silvia Fernández 16 *