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The CMI • The CMI was formally launched in October 2009 as a Multi-Partner Cooperative Arrangement between Egypt, France, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia • Mandate – Facilitate access to best knowledge and practices – Enhance sustainable development and converge policies to support transformation – Enhance integration in the Mediterranean Region 2


Partners

CMI Governance and Operations

Trust Fund

Operations Unit Oversight Activities

CMI MoU

Annual Meeting

Partners EIB, France, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco & Tunisia. Represented by Oversight Committee

Multi-Donor Trust Fund

Programs

Manages

Contributions

Transfers

Reports to

Oversight Committee (OC)

Oversight

The World Bank

Coordination Unit Administrative cost 3


Mediterranean Challenges and CMI Response • CMI increasingly recognized as a regional institution devoted to integration and development • However, major changes underway in MENA and limited external aid generate pressure to deliver knowledge products that generate new and transformative policy choices. • But also new possibilities: We can now include a broad range of stakeholders across civil society whose voices were less accessible under earlier regimes

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Three Core Themes

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Knowledge Products

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High-Level Dialogue

November 2012: “Employment and Social Protection Across the Southern Mediterranean” December 2012: “Building Vigorous and Integrated Economies in Times of Transition: Lessons from the Golden Growth Report” April 2013: “The Transforming Arab City: Local Empowerment and Urban Governance” May 2013: “Justice Sector Services Across the Mediterranean: Access for All” 7


Strengthening Stakeholder Support • In January 2013, a workshop was held in Germany on Labor Mobility, in partnership with GIZ • March 2013 also witnessed increased multipartner and upstream project support, with an Urbanization Knowledge Exchange event to support MENA Stakeholders with Municipal Finance • July and November 2013 also saw the launch of the Arab Youth Participation platform, supported by both the League of Arab States and Microsoft. 8


CMI Budget FY10-13 USD from the World Bank Budget.

Allocations FY10-13 (in USD) World Bank BB

MDTF

Partner Contribution

Total

Integrated Economies

2,816,536

1,475,555

1,205,000

5,497,091

Sustainable Growth

1,079,768

1,257,686

6,865,200

9,202,654

Participatory Governance

1,814,340

1,618,932

7,142,000

10,575,272

Cross-cutting program support

1,809,609

1,357,074

n/a

3,166,683

Total Allocation to programs

7,520,253

5,709,247

15,212,200

28,441,700

CMI Administration

4,983,221

694,036

n/a

5,677,257

Total

12,503,474

6,403,283

15,212,200

34,118,957

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Expected MDTF Revenues FY14-16 (in US$'000)

Revenues EIB MOFA MINEFI AFD CDC Tunisia Other receipts & fees Total Revenues

Actual Revenues FY10-13 1,170 3,980 300 780 390 0 -270 6,350

FY14 780 tbc tbc 260 130 50 -112 1,108

Expected Revenues FY15

FY16

390 tbc tbc 130 130

130

-32 618

-7 123

Expected MDTF Allocations FY14-16 MDTF Expected Allocations

Proposals & projected allocations

MDTF Actual Allocations FY10-13

FY14

FY15

FY16

Integrated Economies

1,476

49O

490

490

Sustainable Growth

1,258

420

420

420

Participatory Governance

1,618

540

540

540

1,357

450

450

450

363

120

120

120

6,072 n/a

2,020 2,430

2,020 2,910

2,020 3,490

Thematic Events & Program Support CMI Administration Low High

Financing Gap FY14

FY15

FY16

Base case scenario

-920

-1,400

-1,900

High case scenario

-1,320

-2,290

-3,370 10


Moving Forward How Do you See CMI Evolving? 1.

Growth in Capacity, Additional Resources – – –

2. 3.

Broaden partnership; Energetic fund raising; Emphasis on the "additional" nature of MDTF funding and necessity to leverage funding from other sources; Stronger Platform for Policy Dialogue: Stronger presence of CMI as "platform for ideas and dialogue around key regional issues";

Programs with more Powerful Impact – Greater alignment of programs with the CMI's original mandate – i.e emphasis on crosssectoral and integrative approaches; – Greater selectivity, with priority to demand-driven and partnership building programs; – Result-focus: identify added value across CMI programs and improve communicate

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Greater attention to evolving demand –

More frequent consultation with OC and Members on priorities for MDTF allocation and regular updates on progress and results of programs ; Reinforce program contributions to crucial policy areas such as: Job Creation; Social Protection; Science, Technology and Innovation.

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