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Suivi des transferts monétaires

Nous nous sommes engagé·es à renforcer l’échelle et la qualité des transferts monétaires, mais nous devons nous accorder sur une approche partagée de collecte et d’analyse des données si nous voulons mesurer nos progrès.

Les signataires du Grand Bargain se sont engagés à accroître leur utilisation des transferts monétaires, et à utiliser des marqueurs communs pour mesurer cette tendance. Bien que le volume de transferts monétaires commence à être suivi plus efficacement, des difficultés techniques et stratégiques persistent. Ces difficultés incluent :

  • la définition des données à collecter et de la raison de le faire ;
  • l’utilisation constante des catégories de données et des systèmes ;
  • la prise en charge des lacunes des systèmes de reporting en place, souvent non conçus pour inclure ou ventiler transferts monétaires, coupons et autres modalités ;
  • le passage d’un accord à propos des catégories standard pour le reporting, afin d’éviter toute lacune ou incohérence au niveau des données.

Priorités actuelles

De 2017 à 2019, le CALP Network a co-piloté le chantier auxiliaire du Grand Bargain sur le suivi des transferts monétaires avec la DG ECHO, dans l’optique principalement de convenir d’exigences minimales pour le suivi des transferts monétaires. Ces exigences incluent l’intégration des transferts monétaires dans les principaux systèmes et plateformes de reporting inter-organisations, à savoir le Financial Tracking Service (FTS) de l’OCHA, le module des projets du HPC, la norme relative à l’utilisation des données de l’Initiative internationale pour la transparence de l’aide et le reporting portant sur les 3W (Who does What, Where). Le chantier auxiliaire du Grand Bargain sur le suivi des transferts monétaires a maintenant été fusionné avec le chantier auxiliaire sur l’efficience, l’efficacité et l’optimisation des ressources, que le CALP Network va continuer à co-piloter.

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