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Kiribati Trade Capacity Development and Institutional Strengthening Project Evaluation
Commissioning Unit: Fiji
Evaluation Plan: 2018-2022
Evaluation Type: Project
Completion Date: 01/2020
Unit Responsible for providing Management Response: Fiji
Documents Related to overall Management Response:
 
1. Recommendation:

The implementation of future projects should take into account the AWP so as to ensure that the level of resourcing and implementation timeframe are better aligned with the objectives and scope of the Project. Also, the Project should install a Project Management System by incorporating project accounting, procurement, asset management, and grant disbursement. The system should be connected to MFED and UNDP to avoid delay in reconciliation and approval

Management Response: [Added: 2020/02/09]

Installation of Project Management system which incorporates project accounting, procurement, asset management and grant disbursement connected to MFED and UNDP is very important in avoiding delays. 

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Installation of Project Management system which incorporates project accounting, procurement, asset management and grant disbursement connected to MFED and UNDP is very important in avoiding delays.
[Added: 2020/02/09] [Last Updated: 2020/04/02]
Ruci and Srijana 2020/03 No Longer Applicable [Justification: This will be applicable when new project is designed. New Project Design has started ]
This will be applicable when new project is designed. History
2. Recommendation:

The Project should give high priority to fully implement all key outputs that have been delivered but have not yet been implemented, particularly the TPF, in order to enhance the impact of the Project.

Management Response: [Added: 2020/02/09]

This is well noted for designing of EIF Tier 1 Phase 2 project proposal as well as EIF Tier 2 project proposal.

 

It must be noted TPF is also implemented by the Trade division as part of their 2020 work plan.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
In designing of EIF Tier 1 Phase 2 project proposal as well as EIF Tier 2 project proposal - to be considered
[Added: 2020/02/09] [Last Updated: 2020/10/04]
Ruci and Srijana 2020/10 Completed Next prodo is ready and comments has been addressed History
3. Recommendation:

For not losing the benefits from the project interventions to date, UNDP should start working with MFED, MCIC, EIF and other potential partners to start designing and sourcing a Phase 2 Project. The Phase 2 Project should focus on implementing the major outputs of Phase 1 – particularly TPF, Foreign Investment Act 2018, Foreign investment Regulations 2019, and etc. The Phase 2 Project should continue to work on the activities not completed in Phase 1, such as E-Transaction Act, DTIS Update, and etc. In addition, the Phase 2 Project could seek novel and innovative financing modalities, for example, partnering between UNDP, MCIC, EIF and other financiers to demonstrate best practice projects such as fishery industry development project and tourism development project for expert and import. There is a clear need for a Phase 2 Project – with a focus on finalizing and fully implementing the major outputs delivered by the Project (Phase 1 Project).

Management Response: [Added: 2020/02/09]

This is very important and noted well.  The designing of the Tier 1 Phase 2 is underway and is focused mainly on mainstreaming of  trade based on approved trade policies, legislation  and policies.

 

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
The designing of the Tier 1 Phase 2 is underway and is focused mainly on mainstreaming of trade based on approved trade policies, legislation and policies
[Added: 2020/02/09] [Last Updated: 2020/11/05]
Ruci Yavoli and Srijana Rana 2020/10 Completed Phase 2 has been designed and comments incorporated History

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