Conditionality and Reporting Requirements

… a core concept used in Implementation and Delivery and Atlas107

Concept description

Wikipedia defines conditionality as “the use of conditions attached to the provision of benefits such as a loan, debt relief or bilateral aid.” A higher degree of conditionality usually leads to higher reporting requirements to the entity providing the benefits.

The degrees of conditionality and reporting requirements range from relatively low with grants to relatively high with contributions (see Grants and Contributions).

Concerns related to Incrementality and Fungibility press in the direction of increasing conditionality and reporting requirements, while efforts at Red Tape Reduction press in the opposite direction.

Atlas topic, subject, and course

Designing the Delivery Model (core topic) in Implementation and Delivery and Atlas107

Sources

Wikipedia, Conditionality, at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conditionality, accessed 12 October 2017.

Page created by: Ian Clark, last modified 12 October 2017.

Image: ecdpm, http://ecdpm.org/great-insights/trade-and-human-rights/political-conditionality-eus-dev-cooperation-broader-debate/, accessed 12 October 2017.