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Report
The Islamic Development Bank Group
“Together We Build a Better Future”
OIC Workshop on
“Country Partnership
Models with Central Asia”
1
No COUNTRY
MAY
1999
FEB
2012
Approved in
2010
Approved in
2011
Approved in
2012
1
AZERBAIJAN
62.87
1,205.3
(57)
351.22 (11)
265.2 (4)
-
2
KAZAKHSTAN
22.73
857.5
(45)
274.15(5)
0
-
3
KYRGYZ REPUB
45.61
177.8
(37)
1.0 (1)
23.08 (1)
-
4
TAJIKISTAN
23.42
239.5
(44)
10.2 (2)
19.0 (1)
5
TURKMENISTAN
26.62
647.7
(22)
218.6 (3)
121.48 (2)
-
6
UZBEKISTAN*
0
617.8
(36)
180.4(3)
95.0(1)
-
217.44
3,745.9
(241)
1,035.6 (25)
523.7 (9)
GRAND TOTAL
(Number) Number of projects
*Since joining to the IDB (2003)
17.35 (1)
17.35 (1)
No
IDB GROUP
MAY
1999
FEB 2012
Approved in
2010
Approved in
2011
Approved in
2012
1
ORDINARY
216.18
3,307,3
891.9
523.7
17.35
2
ICD
0.0
221.9
68.1
0
0
3
ITFC
0.0
207.9
75.5
90
0
4
Trust Fund
0.0
2.2
2.2
0
0
5
SAO
1.25
6.65
0
0
0
217.44
3,745.9
1,037.5
613.7
17.35
GRAND TOTAL
No
COUNTRY
Operations
Complex*
ICD
ITFC
Trust
Fund
SAO
TOTAL
1
AZERBAIJAN
1,051.1
113.3
38.9
0.0
1.990
1,205.3
2
KAZAKHSTAN
695.11
15.5
145.0
0.0
1.937
857.5
3
KYRGYZ REPUB
157.6
18.4
0.0
1.2
1.884
177.2
4
TAJIKISTAN
212.1
12.5
14.0
0.0
0.844
239.5
5
TURKMENISTAN
637.7
0.0
10.0
0.0
0.325
648.0
6
UZBEKISTAN
553.72
62.2
0.0
1.0
1.873
617.8
TOTAL
3,307.3
221.9
207.9
2.2
8.84
3,745.9
88.3%
5.9%
5.5%
0.1%
0.2%
100%
Percentage, %
*financing under Operations Complex includes loans and ordinary operations
N
o
COUNTRY
LOAN
1
AZERBAIJAN
93.13 (10)
31.03 (3)
370.6 (3)
552.79 (7)
0
3.52 (13)
2
KAZAKHSTAN
36.04 (4)
17.40 (3)
0
423.71 (4)
214.7 (9)
3.26 (13)
3
KYRGYZ REPUB
133.94 (13)
18.50 (2)
0
0
0
4.49 (13)
4
TAJIKISTAN
207.31 (21)
0
0
0
0
4.83 (16)
5
TURKMENISTAN
29.57 (3)
81.51 (6)
0
524.91 (5)
0
1.42 (5)
6
UZBEKISTAN
33.0 (3)
53.72 (3)
122.72 (4)
297.22 (4)
45.0 (3)
2.07 (6)
532.9 (54)
202.16 (17)
493.32 (7) 1,798.63 (20)
259.7
(12)
19.59 (66)
16.0%
6.1%
7.9%
0.5%
TOTAL
Percentage, %
IN.SALE
LEASING
15.0%
(Number) Number of
Projects
% - According to the amount of the Mode of Financing
ISTISNA’A
LoF
54.7%
TA
(Grant)
 ICD`s Special Economic Zones Trusty Fund & SME
Development Fund
 TA for Development of Islamic Finance in CIS
 TA for Capacity Building Program for WTO related issues
 STATCAP – Building Capacity of Statistical Agencies
 Alliance of Avoidable blindness
 VOLIP – Vocation Literacy Program
 ITAP – Investment for Technical Assistance Program
 TCPP – Technical Cooperation and Promotion Program
 TACP – Technical Assistance Cooperation Program
(New Vice Presidency complex with focusing on Cooperation
& Capacity Development
 IDB Scholarship Program & others
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 Issue: Less focused interventions by different providers
(too many cooperation areas of TA), sometimes creating
duplications/repetitions;
 Solution: Closer partnership and harmonization among
OIC sister institutions and other organizations
 Issue: Donor –Recipient/North-South relationship,
creating unbalanced distribution of benefits of TA
activities at expenses of Member Countries. Central Asia –
recipient region in terms of TA;
 Solution: Promoting South-South Cooperation (Triangular
relationship MC-Facilitator-MC). Central Asia – provider of
TA
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 Issue: Process-oriented Technical Cooperation/TA
activities, with minimal consideration of
outcome/impact
 Solution: Design Results-oriented activities based on
comprehensive Results-Matrix (with measurable
KPIs, detailed targets, outcome evaluation and
impact assessment)
 Issue: Lack of Ownership and Sustainability of
targeted activity
 Solution: MC should ensure proper medium to long
term budget allocation for subject activity
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 Member Country Partnership Strategy (MCPS)
Introduced in 2010 (Turkey, Kazakhstan in the
Region),before 3-Year Work Program Formulation
Consultation
Consultations
Government
Development Partners
Civil Society
Private Sector
Academia
Research Institute
Seeks Common Grounds
Country National
Development
Strategy
MCPS and
Results
Framework
IDB Vision 1440H
and Results
Framework
Diagnosis
Knowledge Repository
inputs
Diagnostic and Analytical Papers
Sector and Thematic Assessments
Sector Road Maps
Self and Independent Assessments
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How Do We Develop an MCPS?
1.
“In House”
Start with …
Leading to …
Consultations
Diagnostic studies
(CEW, SW) / desk
reviews
Concept Note
(pre-MCPS)
preparation
Operations
Committee
review
Bank-wide “Core
& Multidisciplinary
Team” formation
Internal
Committee`s
review/clearance
Guidance by
Management on
key policy &
operational issues
How Do We Develop an MCPS? – Consultation with Client/
Stakeholders
2.
Consultations
MCPS Field
Mission
“In Country”
“Consensus” on
areas of
engagement
Back to Office
With
Government
Finalization
Active Players
incl. OIC
institutions, Coordination
Group and
other MDBs
Approval of
Management
Board for
Information
What is Unique about the MCPS? - Reverse
Linkage
IDB Group’s Strategic Thrust (#8): “Facilitate integration of IDB
Member Country economies among themselves and with the world”
Interventions to
strengthen
cooperation
Sharing Knowledge,
Positive
Experiences and
Know-How
Strategic cooperation
leading to Economic
Integration
RLs are mechanisms where a MC, based on its competitive advantage, can offer
its expertise, knowledge and know-how to another MC with the IDB Group
serving as an “enabler” in a mutually beneficial (win-win) process facilitating
strategic alignments between the IDB Group and the MCs
Progress on MCPS Initiative (End Year 1432H)
Completed and
Under
Implementation
Nearing
Completion
Indonesia
Kazakhstan
Mali
Mauritania
Turkey
Malaysia
Bahrain
Egypt
GCC Regional
Kuwait
Morocco
Uganda
Pakistan
Under
Preparation
Senegal
Niger
Syria
Tunisia
*An MCPS for Fragile/Post-Conflict LDMCs is also under planning
 Pillar 1: Increasing Competitiveness (Transport and
Energy Infrastructure)
 Pillar 2: Economic Diversification (Non-extracting
industry, agriculture and rural development)
 Pillar 3: Financial sector deepening (Islamic Finance
and Banking Advancement)
 Pillar 4: Regional Integration (Cross – Border
Cooperation &Trade) – OIC Food Security Fund,
 IDBG Financing Envelope: USD 1.2 billion for 2012-
2014 MCPS duration
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 Prospective areas of technical cooperation: Trade &




Transport Facilitation, Renewable Energy, CommunityDriven Development, Islamic Finance and Promotion of
Employment Generation in the region
Regional Strategic Approach – Central Asia & Caucasus
Development Program is being prepared (covering all
Muslim CIS countries and Muslim Communities in nonmember CIS countries)
Uzbekistan: 2nd MCPS in the Region and CEW by the end
2012
To include (i) Azerbaijan, being OIC MC, in the Action Plan
of OIC for Central Asia and (ii) Muslim communities in
non MCs of the Region
Advancement of Triangular/South-South Cooperation
through New IDBG Initiative “Reverse Linkage”
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Thank You
“Together We Build a Better Future”

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