E wo/pbc/23/3 original: english date: june 4, 2015 Program and Budget Committee Twenty-Third Session Geneva, July 13 to 17, 2015


STRATEGIC GOAL III FACILITATING THE USE OF IP FOR DEVELOPMENT



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STRATEGIC GOAL III FACILITATING THE USE OF IP FOR DEVELOPMENT


The goal of facilitating the use of IP for social, cultural and economic development drives WIPO’s multiple technical assistance and capacity building activities, which are delivered through programs in every sector of the Organization. Covering all these activities, the medium term focus of this crosscutting Strategic Goal is to assist developing countries, least developed countries and countries with economies in transition to make effective use of the IP system in their specific context.


The WIPO Development Agenda plays a central role in ensuring that all areas of WIPO’s activities contribute to this Strategic Goal.


Expected Results

Performance Indicators

Responsible Program(s)

III.1 National innovation and IP strategies and plans consistent with national development objectives

No. of countries which are in the process of formulating national IP strategies

Program 9




No. of countries which have adopted national innovation and IP strategies

Program 9




No. of countries which are in the process of implementing national innovation and IP strategies and IP development plans

Program 9




No. of countries having developed national IP strategies or IP plans, dovetailed with national development goals

Program 10



No. of national IP strategies that address the promotion of creativity including innovation


Program 30



III.2 Enhanced human resource capacities able to deal with the broad range of requirements for the effective use of IP for development in developing countries, LDCs and countries with economies in transition

No. of CMOs applying for TAG accreditation
% of participants that report positively on the collective management capacity building programs

Program 3

Program 3






No. of visits to the Portal on Copyright Infrastructure.

Program 3




No. of publishers signing ABC Charter for Accessible Publishing (“Charter”)

Program 3




No. of books in accessible formats loaned to persons who are print-disabled

Program 3




% of participants' positive rating of the usefulness of copyright and related rights capacity building meetings and workshops

Program 3




% of participants in copyright related capacity building workshops reporting practical use of knowledge nine months after the workshop

Program 3




% of participants with improved knowledge and skills in conducting training activities in their respective countries

Program 3




% of participants in WIPO activities who report enhanced capacity to understand and use IP principles, systems and tools for the protection of TK and TCEs and for addressing the interface between IP and GRs


Program 4




% of participants in WIPO events who express satisfaction with the content and organization of these events

Program 9




% of participants in WIPO workshops who apply the skills learned in their work/enterprise

Program 9




% of national and regional IP experts used as resource persons in WIPO events

Program 9




No. of countries in transition having established annual IP training programs and/or courses for IP Professionals

Program 10




% of trained IP professionals and IP Officials using upgraded skills in their work.

Program 10




% of trainees and supervisors who are satisfied with the training programs developed based on training needs assessment exercises

Program 11




% of participants using enhanced knowledge and skills in various IP areas

Program 11




No. of cooperation agreements and partnerships established in line with the Academy’s new vision

Program 11




No. of national start-up academies created under the project which have become sustainable

Program 11




New and improved IP courses and curricula in teaching institutions

Program 11




Enhanced balance in geographical distribution of summer schools

Program 11




% of trained participants reporting satisfaction with the usefulness and relevance of the training provided for the exercising of their professional duties

Program 17




No. of hosting arrangements for developing country scientists

Program 18




% of participants of the IP and Health DL module who affirm use of IP for development through transfer of knowledge and creation of skills

Program 18




% of policy makers, governments officials, IP practitioners and other targeted groups, including universities, CMOs, journalists, with enhanced understanding of IP policies, and how to effectively use IP development
% of trained IP professionals using upgraded skills in their work


Program 20
Program 30

III.3 Mainstreaming of the DA recommendations in the work of WIPO

Development principles included in the DA recommendations effectively integrated in the work of WIPO programs
Effective follow up to the implementation of the recommendations of the Independent Review of the DA

Program 8

Program 8







Improved mechanism for the development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation of and reporting on, new DA projects and activities

Program 8

III.4 Strengthened cooperation mechanisms and programs tailored to the needs of developing countries and LDCs


No. of national, sub regional and regional/ interregional cooperation agreements, projects, programs, and partnerships to promote the effective use of the IP systems through sharing of best practices.

Program 9




No. of established partnerships

Program 10

III.5 Enhanced understanding of the DA by Member States, IGOs, civil society and other stakeholders

Technical assistance activities undertaken by WIPO reflect the Development Agenda dimension and outcomes of DA projects.

Program 8




% of satisfied participants in events on the WIPO Development Agenda targeting Member States, Civil Society, IGOs and stakeholders

Program 8

III.6 Increased capacity of SMEs to successfully use IP to support innovation

% of participants in training programs targeting SME support institutions who express satisfaction with the content and organization of these events

Program 30




% of trained SMEs support institutions who provide information and advisory services on IP asset management

Program 30




No. of countries having established or improved IP training programs for SMEs


Program 30






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