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FGG BE ToC 3: Improved Financial and Tax Systems

IATI Identifier: NL-KVK-41210098-FGG-ToC3
Published in IATI IATI
  • date_range Jan 01, 2016 - Dec 31, 2020
  • autorenew Implementation (Status)

Both ENDS will continue to analyse the role of development financial institutions (DFIs) as key sources of finance for financial sector reform in developing countries, in order to advocate with Southern partners, such as like Afrodad and Tax Justice Africa. Special attention will be given to access for local, female and young entrepreneurs, small-scale male and female food producers, poor clients, rural areas. The UN Sustainable Development Goals and the COP21 climate talks agreed upon by 2015 will serve as a basis to compare whether the roles the DFIs play in relation to the financial sector contribute to the agreed UN goals. Both ENDS will continue her working on climate finance, with a special focus on the Green Climate Fund in order to make sure the actions of the GCF will be in line with the interests of local communities (including their access to the fund, transparency and gender). As an official civil society observer, we try to empower and strengthen the capacities of southern CSOs to actively engage with and have access to climate finance (with a special focus on the Green Climate Fund and strengthen their access by attending board meetings, deliver inputs and comments, invite southern partners to work with them towards accreditation and funding). We also work on the role of tax havens in transactions supported by Atradius DSB and other private sector development support for Dutch corporations in sectors such as water management, coastal defence, port development and land reclamation, and off-shore infrastructure development. It will advocate due diligence procedures to require the exclusion of artificial constructions that result in tax evasion. Both ENDS will build on existing work on Dutch private sector finance (e.g. Dutch Good Growth Fund, FMO) and start monitoring recently introduced programmes like DRIVE and Develop2Build as well as the contributions of Atradius DSB. Both ENDS and partners will seek to influence and monitor the standards, policies and operations of development banks the Netherlands has a stake in (including the AIIB, FMO, World Bank) and Atradius DSB with the aim to strengthen them. In order to do so, Both ENDS will develop case studies and support local communities as advisors in developing and filing complaints where needed. Local partners will be involved in these case studies, allowing for joint advocacy activities aiming to address eventual social, environmental and/or human rights related concerns. Joint advocacy efforts will be elaborated to enhance the transparency and accountability of development banks and the Dutch ECA. Both ENDS will highlight the impacts of Atradius DSB support for transactions and IFI investments in the fossil fuel chain. The activities will contribute to mutual capacity building, so that Southern CSOs can closely observe the investment and policies of emerging DFIs and IFIs, and monitor public funding of the private sector in their countries. FGG members will also support these CSOs enabling them to participate in policy debates, present case studies and participate in international meetings. Cooperation with local organisations in the development of case studies and complaints will generate awareness and capacity for these CSOs to promote effective enforcement of standards and policies of development banks and ECAs. Both ENDS has long term experience applying the Negotiated Approach. A method for involving communities in participatory and climate proof integrated water management and in influencing water related investments. Both ENDS and selected partners from the AfriWater and IndoWater Communities of Practice will increase their knowledge and lobby capacity related to the key public institutions investing in the water sector in their country and region. These institutions invest both directly in specific water related projects and programmes, and indirectly by supporting key water governance institutions such as AMCOW, AMCEN or the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works. The selected partners will first study regional, country and (sub-) basin investment plans of the most relevant international financial institutions (e.g. 5-year country plans of the World Bank). Both ENDS will analyse relevant current or planned support of the Dutch government in the water sector (develop2build, DRIVE or ECA/FMO support to Dutch companies). Aforementioned studies and analysis will determine the selection of basins. Examples of basins with strong links to the Dutch Water sector and/or IFIs identified so far are Tana Delta in Kenya, Cotonou basin in Benin and Jakarta coastal area in Indonesia. The increased awareness and knowledge base will form the basis for further training for selected and potential partners and for a joint lobby and advocacy strategy for the coming years to be discussed with selected partners halfway 2016 in regional and country workshops in Africa and Indonesia respectively.

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Sectors:
  • Water sector policy and administrative management error
    Sector code:
    14010 - Water sector policy and administrative management
    Sector vocabulary:
    1 - OECD DAC CRS Purpose Codes (5 digit)
  • Public sector policy and administrative management error
    Sector code:
    15110 - Public sector policy and administrative management
    Sector vocabulary:
    1 - OECD DAC CRS Purpose Codes (5 digit)
  • Public finance management (PFM) error
    Sector code:
    15111 - Public finance management (PFM)
    Sector vocabulary:
    1 - OECD DAC CRS Purpose Codes (5 digit)
  • Democratic participation and civil society error
    Sector code:
    15150 - Democratic participation and civil society
    Sector vocabulary:
    1 - OECD DAC CRS Purpose Codes (5 digit)
  • Financial policy and administrative management error
    Sector code:
    24010 - Financial policy and administrative management
    Sector vocabulary:
    1 - OECD DAC CRS Purpose Codes (5 digit)
  • Multilateral trade negotiations error
    Sector code:
    33140 - Multilateral trade negotiations
    Sector vocabulary:
    1 - OECD DAC CRS Purpose Codes (5 digit)
  • Environmental policy and administrative management error
    Sector code:
    41010 - Environmental policy and administrative management
    Sector vocabulary:
    1 - OECD DAC CRS Purpose Codes (5 digit)
  • error
    Sector code:
    92030 -
    Sector vocabulary:
    1 - OECD DAC CRS Purpose Codes (5 digit)

Participating Organisations

Organisation Name Organisation Type Organisation Role
Not Available National NGO Funding
Not Available National NGO Accountable
Not Available Implementing

Transaction

Transaction Value Provider Receiver Type Date
228,502 EUR (Valued at Mar 31, 2020) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeMar 31, 2020
217,472 EUR (Valued at Dec 31, 2019) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeDec 31, 2019
238,146 EUR (Valued at Sep 30, 2019) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeSep 30, 2019
217,757 EUR (Valued at Jun 30, 2019) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeJun 30, 2019
1,250,690 EUR (Valued at Apr 17, 2019) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Incoming Funds date_rangeApr 17, 2019
178,385 EUR (Valued at Mar 31, 2019) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeMar 31, 2019
175,372 EUR (Valued at Dec 31, 2018) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeDec 31, 2018
254,075 EUR (Valued at Sep 30, 2018) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeSep 30, 2018
147,047 EUR (Valued at Jun 30, 2018) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeJun 30, 2018
135,016 EUR (Valued at Mar 31, 2018) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeMar 31, 2018
601,666 EUR (Valued at Mar 16, 2018) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Incoming Funds date_rangeMar 16, 2018
137,807 EUR (Valued at Dec 31, 2017) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeDec 31, 2017
208,117 EUR (Valued at Sep 30, 2017) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeSep 30, 2017
107,264 EUR (Valued at Jun 30, 2017) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeJun 30, 2017
601,666 EUR (Valued at Apr 20, 2017) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Incoming Funds date_rangeApr 20, 2017
161,946 EUR (Valued at Mar 31, 2017) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeMar 31, 2017
195,584 EUR (Valued at Dec 31, 2016) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeDec 31, 2016
370,687 EUR (Valued at Oct 31, 2016) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Incoming Funds date_rangeOct 31, 2016
97,079 EUR (Valued at Sep 30, 2016) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeSep 30, 2016
153,089 EUR (Valued at Jun 30, 2016) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeJun 30, 2016
114,617 EUR (Valued at Mar 31, 2016) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeMar 31, 2016
300,833 EUR (Valued at Jan 01, 2016) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Incoming Funds date_rangeJan 01, 2016

Budget

3,266,512 USD
3,008,330 EUR (Valued at Jan 01, 2016) date_range Jan 01, 2016 - Dec 31, 2020
access_timeUpdated on May 31, 2020 09:30:10
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