Process by which data (quantitative and qualitative) is studied to generate findings.
Methodology developed by MOPAN to assess multilateral organisation effectiveness.
Common Approach assessment
Annual process using MOPAN's new methodology, involving three phrases: planning, surveying and analysis and reporting.
Collective term describing the external (non-MOPAN) service providers involved in the Common Approach Assessment.
Independent authorities in national and international development, contracted to apply their recognised knowledge when analysing data and drafting reports.
Organisations that receive a direct transfer of finances or technical assistance from a multilateral organisation-national government departments, civil society organisations and private entities.
Process of data collection, including identification of respondents and follow up, during the time when the survey is open to respondents.
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
Measures used to help define organisational effectiveness. The Common Approach uses four KPIs-strategic, operational, relationship and knowledge.
Micro Indicators (MIs)
Seventy-six specified aspects of a multilateral organisation's effectiveness, assessed through the Common Approach, and which combine to provide an overall indication of organisation effectiveness.
MOPAN Country Lead and Country Co-Lead
Represent MOPAN in each Common Approach country.
liaising with Headquarter Focal Points as needed
liaising with focal points of the multilateral organisations at country level
building awareness of, and support for, MOPAN in-country, particularly with partner governments
supporting lead consultant to organise and supervise the Common Approach assessment at country level
leading country-level dialogue on MOPAN Common Approach findings
coordinating MOPAN member comments on the draft country reports
ensuring that the Common Approach supports local mutual accountability processes
contribute to peer review of country reports, as appropriate.
MOPAN Headquarters Focal Point
Representative of their respective ministries or government development agencies in MOPAN.
liaising with Country Leads and Country Co-Leads
ensuring support for MOPAN in their organisation, including relevant delegations and missions with multilateral organisations
organising and supervising the survey at headquarters level
supporting the survey process in Common Approach countries where their country is undertaking a lead or co-lead role
coordinating comments on the draft reports.
MOPAN Institutional Lead and Institutional Co-Lead
The key interface between MOPAN and the multilateral organisations under review.
Responsible for communicating with, and liaising between, MOPAN members and multilateral organisations at headquarters level, and with staff in MOPAN members' missions and delegations to multilateral organisations.
Structured set of questions designed to collect specific data. Common Assessment surveys will be customised for each multilateral organisation.
Process by which analysed findings are written in a report, including with graph.
The research partners provide administrative support for the Common Approach in-country.
Individuals within the sample frame who complete the survey.
The complete list of stakeholders invited to respond to the survey because they fit a specific definition.
Method used to collect data from respondents.
The web-based tool developed to collect and process data from respondents of the 2009 Common Approach.