Year End Report 2006

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Year End report 2006: 

Year End report 2006 Diciembre, 2005 Av. Callao 25, 1° • C1022AAA Buenos Aires, Argentina - Tel: (54 11) 4384-9009 • Fax: (54 11) 4371-1221 • infocippec@cippec.org • www.cippec.org

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I Index Achievements Pending projects and goals Nation-wide coverage Institutional Relations Organizational Management Financial Resources Human Resources Special acknowledgements

Achievements : 

Achievements

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We collaborated with the elaboration of the project for the National Education Law. We had influence on the national policy for extending the School Working Day. We monitored the fulfillment of the Law of Educational Funding Media Source: Missions On Line Date: 14/10/2006

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We participated on a preliminary law project regarding the reform of the Military Justice. We leaded the creation of the central network by Latin American Civil Society Alliances Program. We promoted the creation of a Congressional Budgetary Office Media Source: El Cronista Date: 07/09/2006 Media Source: Page 12 Date: 28/07/2006

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We strengthened the Primary Health Care Centers at the Alderetes Municipality (Tucumán). Our Health program won at a global competition organized by the Global Development Network, competing with more than 700 papers. Our project about the allocation of Primary Health Care Centers is now being considered for becoming law. Through the “Municipal Leaders Program”, a network of 50 town councilors was built. We trained 26 political leaders from different parties.

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We elaborated the first Public Subsidies Data Base We designed the first Emergency and Necessity Decree public database in the country. In order to improve public access to information, we continued monitoring the implementation of norms at the national level, but also extended the reach of our work towards local, provincial and international spheres . We edited for the fourth time the Legislative Directory. Media Source: Clarín Date: 13/10/2006

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We started to transfer to the local governments of Tafí Viejo and Gral. Pico those Legal Aid Centers that were installed in 2005. We have been electoral observers for all the electronic vote pilot tests in Argentina. We managed to build the first consortium of companies and organizations to strengthen the provincial Ministries of Education . We worked with local organizations in the provinces for strengthening their capacity of incidence and monitoring regarding budget, access to information and education.

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We developed the project “Education on Human Rights and Democracy” in which 480 professionals and students from public schools in Moreno (Buenos Aires) were trained. We participated in the Reform of the Organic Letter of UCR. We strengthened our bonds with the Coparticipation Committee and got further commitment to host the Annual Seminar of Fiscal Federalism for second year.

Pending projects, initiatives and goals : 

Pending projects, initiatives and goals

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Projects and activities that were included in the Work Plan 2006 and could not be carried out: Project “Productive Development in Tartagal”. Due to climate adversities on the first place and because of a decision made by the consortium, its launch was postponed for the year 2007. Project “Strategic planning for the province of Santa Cruz”. We started to work on the project but, due to differences with public officials and political authorities, we had to limit our participation. Project “National Executive Branch Authorities Directory”. Lack of financial resources and different points of view inside the organization prevented us from carrying out this project. Project “Political Parties Directory”. Lack of funds again impeded our goal. Project “Strengthening of the Civil Society Organizations in order to influence on provincial institutions.” It was carried out in Mendoza, but not in the Province of Buenos Aires due to scarce partnerships. Project “Proposal for the strengthening of a Social Responsibility Program in Tucumán”. It was not achieved this year because of the lack of coordination with donors and local partners.

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Non achievement of institutional objectives that were planned beforehand: We didn´t collect the projected amount for our Anti-cyclical Fund (CIPPEC’s budget keeps growing at a higher rate than its savings). We were not able to solve infrastructure problems (lack of space, telephone problems, among others). We neither advanced as desired in the implementation of processes and organizational policies. We did not reach the goal of having part time directors dedicate more time at CIPPEC.

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Nation-wide Coverage

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CIPPEC has worked throughout the year 2006 in 13 districts. Chaco: Fiscal, Transparency Autonomous city of Buenos Aires: Local Public Management, Justice, ProLid, Political Institutions, Transparency, Fiscal, Incidence, Education Cordoba: Transparency, Education Corrientes: Education Jujuy: Education, Health La Pampa: Justice Mendoza: Education, Local Public Management, Transparency Misiones: Education, Political Institutions, Fiscal Buenos Aires Province: Local Public Management, Political Institutions, Health, Transparency, Justice Salta: Health Santa Cruz: Local Public Management Santa Fe: Education Tucumán: Education, Health, Justice, Fiscal

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Institutional Improvements

Relationship with Politicians: 

Relationship with Politicians We strengthened our link with the National Education and Defense ministries, and with two subsecretaries from the Chief of Cabinet of the Ministries. On the contrary, we were not able to develop a stronger relationship with the Justice and Interior ministries. We increased our contact with Ministers and Provincial Secretaries of State, through the Health, Education and Justice programs, as well as with majors and town councilors from all over the country thanks to the Local Public Management team work. We made a testimonial video in which 25 known political leaders give their opinion about CIPPEC and its work.

Relationship with politicians: 

Relationship with politicians We launched the Civil Society Influence Program, aimed at strengthening our capacities for articulating efforts with politicians. We also developed (and continue updating in a monthly basis) a Map of Politicians with CIPPEC’s principal contacts. We held more than 30 meetings with politicians through the “Training Program of Public Leaders for the Democracy” (ProLid) with the participation of E. Carrió, H.Binner, J. Nun, R. López Murphy, J.M. Urtubey, among others.

Relationship with the media: 

Relationship with the media We reinforced our image as referents, receiving 3 daily consults from journalists and close to 1000 per year. We strengthened our relationship with the main national newspapers: Clarín, La Nación and El Cronista. We offered 2 trainings on budget and parliamentary processes, demanded by recognized journalists accredited by the Deputy Chamber. For first time, CIPPEC’s name appeared in the title of an article. A workshop about Journalism for Influencing was organized for CIPPEC’s staff. Media source: La Nación date: 02/08/2006

Presence in the media: 

Presence in the media 2004 67 articles in local and national newspapers (14 editorials and 17 opinion columns) 8 front-page articles in national newspapers 84 interviews in radio and TV; provincial as well as national and international 1 note in an international newspaper 2005 506 articles in provincial newspapers, nationals and internationals (11 editorials and 24 opinion columns) 19 front-page articles in national newspapers 193 interviews for radio and provincial, national and international TV 8 notes in newspapers and international agencies. 2006 415 articles in local and national newspapers (22 editorials and 25 opinion columns) 7 front-page articles in national newspapers 71 interviews for radio and local, national and international TV 3 notes published in international newspapers (The Economist, The Washington Post y The Miami Herald)

Publications: 

Publications Edition of 12 public policy briefs: seven regarding analysis and five, recommendations. A report about the Budget for 2007 was sent to legislators and journalists. Publication of a book concerning the creation of a Congress Budget Office and another one about Coparticipation. Also, the fourth edition of the Legislative Directory, and The Right and Justice Manuals: for me, for you, for everyone; and How do you analize the budget concerning childhood and adolescence?, done in partnership with Razonar and Unicef. CIPPEC’s Institutional Report 2000-2005, a testimonial publication that includes relevant data of the first six years of the organization.

Main events : 

Main events We held the Ninth Seminar about Fiscal Federalism in the Senate. We organized “The challenges of Justice 2006” (with Clarin), and one of the three meetings of the year of “Cycle of educative debates open to society: the education and the future of Argentineans.” We organized “Human Traffic: the fight against modern slavery”, first International Seminar about Traffic and People’s care, organized with the Bicameral Committee of Fiscalization and Inteligence Activities (CBI). We participated in the CIVICUS Global Meeting, together with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI). We generated meetings with businessmen and public officials in order to discuss the paper “Under suspicion: business lobby in Argentina”. We held the first meeting: “Towards a new link between State and Civil Society”, among officials, politicians and leaders from the civil society.

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Organizational Management

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Projections for the end of 2006 show equilibrium: incomes of $3.4 millions and outcomes of $3.2 millions (real data from October 2006 with estimations for the last two months). We strengthened the Project Management team: trainings and the incorporation of one more member. This allowed a better monitoring on CIPPEC’s projects, regarding its activities and budgets. Throughout the year, a great progress was made on the annual planning and budgeting system for the year 2007. We advanced in the direction of the establishment of internal policies and formalization of draft copies of some of the first critic processes.

General economic results: 

General economic results 2006 Non audited amounts – includes estimations for November and December (*)In hundreds of pesos

Income per objectives: 

Income per objectives 2006 Non audited amounts – includes estimations for November and December (*) In hundreds of pesos (Individuals; Companies) (Projects and International Cooperation)

Expenses per type: 

Expenses per type 2006 Non audited amounts – includes estimations for November and December (General Services, direct expenditure projects)

Amount of people per area: 

Amount of people per area Note: Volunteers from different areas are not included. Last Updated 29/11/2006.

Distribution per charge: 

Distribution per charge Note: Volunteers from different areas are not included. Updated November 29th. 2006

Distribution of Human Resources 2006 : 

Distribution of Human Resources 2006 Almost 65% CIPPEC’s staff is involved or, has carried out, postgraduate studies.

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Special Acknowledgments

International cooperation : 

International cooperation Global Bank British Council Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) Center for the Civil Society of the London School of Economics Geneva Centre for the Armed Forces Democratic Control Embassy of Australia Embassy of Canada Embassy of Finland Switzerland Embassy Netherlands Embassy Ford Foundation Friedrich Naumann Stiftung Carolina Foundation Global Development Network (GDN) Global Opportunities Fund (GOF) –British Embassy Buenos Aires Global Transparency Initiative (GTI) Inter-American Foundation (IAF) Intered – La Caixa de Galicia International Budget Project (IBP) International Development Group – Ministry of Justice at Canada International Development Research Center (IDRC) Konrad Adenauer Stiftung National Endowment for Democracy (NED) Overseas Development Institute (ODI) Public Administration Strategic Solutions (PASS) SETEM – Amurrio City Council, Spain Tinker Foundation Inc. Transparency International UNICEF University of Warwick

Companies and Institutions: 

Companies and Institutions 33 Flores S.A. ABA Accenture S.R.L Acindar S.A. AEA Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 S.A. AES Energy LTD. Ángel Estrada y Cía. S.A. Arcor S.A.I.C. Apernet S.A. Banco Galicia S.A. Banco Hipotecario S.A. Banco Río de la Plata S.A. Bodega Lagarde S.A. CAEME Cámara de Comercio de los EE.UU. CILFA Coca Cola Daimler Chrysler Argentina S.A. Dell Computer Argentina Deloitte & Touche S.A. Dolphin Fund Management S.A. Edenor S.A. Edesur S.A. Ediciones Santillana S.A. Editorial Fondo de Cultura Económica S.A. Equipos MORI Argentina Estancia El Sol S.A. Estudio Garrido & Asociados Estudio Ramos Farmacity S.A. Fundación Benito Roggio Fundación Exportar Fundación Navarro Viola Fundación Por Pilar Fundación Roberto Noble Fundación UNPA Gas Natural Ban S.A.

Companies and Institutions: 

Companies and Institutions General Electric Argentina Grimoldi S.A. Grupo Managers S.A. IBM Argentina S.A. S.A. Importadora y Exportadora de la Patagonia IMPSA S.A. La Caja de Ahorro y Seguros S.A. Ledesma S.A.A.I. Llerena & Asociados Abogados S.A. Marval, O ' Farrel & Mairal Massalin Particulares S.A. Metrogas S.A. Metrovías S.A. Microsoft Argentina S.A. Molinos Río de la Plata S.A. Muchnik, Alurralde, Jasper & Asoc. Oracle Argentina S.A. Pan American Energy L.L.C. Petrobras Energía S.A. Productos Roche S.A.Q. e I. Quickfood S.A. Repsol YPF S.A. Roemmers S.A.I.C.F. San Miguel S.A. Shell C.A.P.S.A. SIDUS S.A. Telecom Argentina S.A. Telefónica de Argentina S.A. Terminal Zarate S.A. The Value Brand Company de Arg. S.A Total Austral S.A. Transistema S.A. Unilever Argentina S.A. Unión Industrial Argentina Universidad Argentina de La Empresa Urban Press Valuar S.R.L. Zurich Argentina Cía. de Seguros S.A.

Volunteers: 

Volunteers Volunteers 2006: people who donate their time and work, contributing effort, creativity and disposition for the organization’s needs. For all this, ¡thanks! Comunication: Lucía Buceta, Andrea Molinari, Ariana Loker, Cynthia Schifman, Kezia McKeague, Robbie MacRory, Natalia Kostoff, John Jester Institutional Development: Magdalena Dormal Executive Direction: Jonathan Berger, Antonia Silva, Florence Cheung Education: Gabriela Mammi, Paula Jurado, Darío Franchini, Bárbara Tzenko, Magalí Coppo Local Public Management: Diego Mazzoccone, Evgenia Peeva Political Institutions: Brendan Duke, Pablo Lozada Castro, María Eugenia Bauer, Florence Cheung Justice: Alyson Wright Fiscal Policy: Yamila Simonovsky Health: Hilary Finucane Transparency: Aadhithi Padmanabhan, John Jester ProLid: Marcos Emilio Pérez, Lucía Aboud, Luna Miguens We are specially grateful with those universities that formally agreed with to participate in our internships program: Columbia University, Harvard University, Princeton University and Yale University.

Special thanks: Administration Council: 

Special thanks: Administration Council Our work would have been impossible to achieve without the time, experience and effort offered by our Administrate Board members. Thanks for improving our work!!! The members are: President: Jorge Mandelbaum Vicepresident: Ana María Mustapic Secretary: Diego Garrido Prosecretary: Pablo De Lafuente Treasurer: Alejandro Frenkel Protreasurer: Santiago Bilinkis Member: Marcelo Podestá Member: Sebastián Popik Member: Diego Valenzuela Member: Enrique Valiente Noailles

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And this is how we have finished, up-side-down after working hard all year long. Again, thanks for accompanying us! Until 2007!