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Development co-operation policy:

Policy for Overseas Development Assistance 2013

  • Strategy: To establish approaches to managing the development assistance such that benefits are maximized for all stakeholders (individuals, communities, organizations and governments).
  • Main requirements for ODA coordination between national and state governments:
    • Representation by all participating FSM governments on steering committees for nation-wide ODA activities
    • Written consent from state governments prior to national government making financial commitments on behalf of states and vice versa
    • Timely sharing of ODA agreements for nation-wide activities with state governments
    • Timely sharing of ODA opportunities between FSM governments
    • Timely sharing of accurate ODA information and data between state and national governments

 

Presidential Order on Streamlining the functional duties and effective supervision and monitoring of the ODA Office and the Office of Compact

Pohnpei State Government Policy for ODA

 

Aid Information Management System (AIMS): 

N.A.

 

Development co-operation reports: 

N.A.

 

Development cooperation mechanisms: 

MechanismLevel and ActorsObjectives and Related Policies
A platform on official ODA priorities

National level

  • Governments (ODA offices)
  • All stakeholders
ODA offices established throughout national and state governments are responsible for facilitating, coordinating and supporting the processes described in the Policy for ODA, within their respective jurisdictions. Official ODA priorities are reviewed every two years.