Committee on Program, Budget and Evaluation

CIDI has three permanent committees that are open to the participation of all member states: the Committee on Partnership for Development Policies, the Committee on Program, Budget and Evaluation and the Committee on Migration Issues. Each committee has a chair who is elected at the second regular CIDI meeting following each OAS General Assembly. The chairs and vice chairs will remain in office until the election of their successors.

Current Authorities (2017-2018)
    Chair:  Jesús Schucry Giacoman Zapata, Alternate Representative of Mexico (Elected by CIDI during its LXXI regular meeting held August 22, 2017)
   
Vice-Chair:  

Former Authorities
 

Orders of Business

Documents

Informative

2017

2017

2017

The Committee on Program, Budget and Evaluation is a CIDI organ established under Chapter VIII of the Rules of Procedure for the CIDI Regular and Special Meetings. This Committee was initially established under the Permanent Executive Committee of CEDI (ECOCIDE) and for over a decade was inactive, however, in 2017 the General Assembly through resolution AG/RES. 2904 (XLVII-O/17) instructed it to examine and make recommendations to CIDI regarding all matters in the Organization’s program-budget having to do with partnership for development that are necessary to fulfill the mandates pertaining to the Integral Development Pillar and the Comprehensive Strategic Plan of the Organization, as envisaged in Article 57 of the Rules of Procedure for Regular and Special Meetings of the Inter-American Council for Integral Development. The Committee has the following functions:

  • To analyze the budget execution of partnership-for-development activities approved by the governing bodies and monitor the results, impact, and sustainability of those activities on the basis of the reports submitted by the General Secretariat and the IACD Management Board;
  • When appropriate, to identify and propose to regular meetings of CIDI arrangements, procedures, and sources of financing for programs approved by the member states;
  • To examine and make recommendations to regular meetings of CIDI regarding all matters in the Organization’s program-budget having to do with partnership for development;
  • To take up other matters within its sphere of competence that regular or special meetings of CIDI assign to it.