The main purpose of the CoP-MfDR is to address the challenges of implementing MfDR in DMCs and help them to improve results-based management in the public sector. The regional technical assistance (RETA) will continue supporting the CoP-MfDR to make it useful and sustainable in strengthening MfDR demand and capacity in DMCs.
Over time, the CoP-MfDR, facilitated by ADB and supported financially through RETA funding, should lead to (i) enhanced demand and capacity for MfDR in DMCs, (ii) identification and dissemination of good practices, and (iii) development of a mutual learning network that will help CoP members improve their own skills in results management.
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|Community of Practice on Managing for Development Results - Phase II||Dec 2011|
|Community of Practice on Managing for Development Results -- Phase II||Dec 2006|
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