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SPCC-KY   Strengthen Prevention and Combating of Corruption in Kyrgyz Republic (SPCC-KY)
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Narrative (Work Plan)
01/08/2016 - 31/07/2018
JP Active  
Coordinating DG:
Directorate General of Human Rights and Rule of Law
555 556
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    Intervention Logic Performance Indicators Sources of Verification Assumptions
    Overall Objectives Provide support to the Kyrgyz institutions in preventing and combatting corruption notably in the judiciary section, with a special focus on the adherence, implementation and the institutionalisation of the anti-corruption provisions of the CoE conventions/treaty law by the Kyrgyz republic.
     

     

     
    Project Purpose 0      2016/DG I/JP/3511   Strengthen Prevention and Combating of Corruption in Kyrgyz Republic (PSPCC-KY) 555 556 
    (1 Activity) Narrative
    Support the Institutions in the Kyrgyz Republic in preventing and combatting corruption notably in the judiciary sector, with a special focus on the adherence, implementation and institutionalisation of anti-corruption provisions of the Council of Europe instruments (conventions, recommendations and resolutions) against corruption in the Kyrgyz Republic
    Proposed policies to decrease the level of corruption and confidence in the institutions are adopted by authorities.

    Recommendations for strengthening the AC Strategy available.
    The anti-corruption legislative framework is aligned with International and CoE standards

    A training manual on code of ethics and prevention of conflict of interest is available and members of judiciary prosecution and law enforcement trained.
     
    Surveys on corruption and rule of law by international organizations (Transparency International; World Bank; OECD etc).

    Media response
     
    Political will and support from national authorities; No political interefernace

    Authorities make use of the outputs of the project

    Adequate representation/participation of institutions in the project activities



     
    Expected Result 0.1 Enhanced adherence of the Kyrgyz Republic to the European and Internaitonal anti-corruption standards
    Improved understanding by authorities of the CoE anti-corruption standards;
    Improved Anti-corruption legislation in line with International and CoE standards;
    Stronger legislative framework for the protection of whistleblowers;

    -Project progress and activity reports
    -Number of stakeholders and potential multipliers reached by awareness events
    -Level of awareness within policy makers on International and CoE standards anti-corruption standards;
    -Quality and scope of proposals available and taken on board by policymakers

     
    -Willingness of authorities to take action in relation to the recommendations for legislative change

    - Readiness of institutions to fully participate in project activities and implement recommendations resulting from legal opinions/technical papers.

    -Sufficient absorption capacity of stakeholders to be fully involved in project activities

    -Appropriate selection of participants in project activities and their retention by the institutions in the long-term.
    Expected Result 0.2 Enhanced capacities to design and implement effective anti-corruption strategies and policies
    Reviewed/updated State Strategy on AC policy.

    Improved methodologies on corruption risk-assessments are available;

    Available recommendations following the corruption risk-assessment on regulatory and institutional obstacles concerning public services;

    Developed operational guidelines and methodologies for designing and implementing Anti-corruption policies;

    -Project progress and activity reports
    -Quality and scope of technical papers
    -Recommendations available and taken on board by policymakers.
    -Number of public servants trained
    -Level of adoption and use of methodologies on corruption risk assessment developed by the project
     
    -Willingness of authorities to take action in relation to the recommendations for legislative change

    -Readiness of institutions to fully participate in project activities and implement recommendations resulting from legal opinions/technical papers and risk assessments

    -ufficient absorption capacity of stakeholders to be fully involved in project activities

    -Appropriate selection of participants in project activities.
    Expected Result 0.3 Strengthened capacities and skills of judiciary, prosecutorial and law enforcement agencies to efficiently address corruption
    Reviewed the investigation methodologies and operational procedures on corruption related offences and provided recommendations for their strengthening, aiming the increasing their efficiency;

    Review the current codes of ethics and conflict of interest in the judicial sector, prosecution and law enforcement and provide recommendations for improvement;

    Trained at least 30 staff from judiciary, prosecution and law enforcement on the application of the code of ethics and prevention of conflict of interest

    -Project progress and activity reports
    -Quality and scope of proposals/recommendations available and taken on board by policymakers
    -Quality and scope of training materials
    -Training statistics
    -Level of preparedness of trainees to hold trainings on independently
     
    - Willingness of authorities to take action in relation to the recommendations for legislative change

    -Readiness of institutions to fully participate in project activities and implement recommendations resulting from legal opinions/technical papers and risk assessments

    -Sufficient absorption capacity of stakeholders to be fully involved in project activities

    -Appropriate selection of participants and trainees and their retention by the institutions in the long-term.



     
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