The Global Partnership is looking for examples of howmulti-stakeholder partnerships produced results at thecountry or local level.
Cambodia is using development co-operation principlesto increase impact on the ground.
Global Partnership Co-Chairs and Steering Committeemembers joined world leaders in New York at the 69thUN General Assembly.
Inclusiveness was key to August's Global Partnership Blog contributors - the Global Development Network, Asian Development Bank, CSO Partnership and Restless Development.
Better donor predictability and aid transparencyon national budget
Global Leaders pledge new action to boostdevelopment co-operation in Mexico.
Nations, civil society, organisations and foundationsreview global progress in development co-operation.
This 2014 report presents a first snapshot of thestate-of-play in effective development co-operationsince Busan.
Representatives from 30 Asia-Pacific countries met inSeoul in March 2014 to review progress andtackle challenges.
"We must seize the opportunity of the GlobalPartnership’s first High Level Meeting," saysthe Nigerian Finance Minister.
Ministers, leaders, development policy-makers andpractitioners from 50 African nations met in Abidjan,Ivory Coast on 24-26 February 2014
Concrete examples from six countries showing how effective development co-operation builds better lives.
Malawi is using geospatial interactive maps to understand who is doing what work, where.
Ministers from Malawi, Mexico and the Netherlands leadthe Global Partnership and advocate foreffective development cooperation across the globe.
admin, October 13, 2014
The Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation (Global Partnership) announces a call for Multi-stakeholder Partnerships Case Studies.
admin, October 12, 2014
Cambodia is using development co-operation principles to increase impact from the $100 per capita the country receives in development assistance each year.
admin, October 1, 2014
The 2014 Aid Transparency Index (ATI) will be released on 8 October 2014 and is the only independent measure of transparency among the world’s leading aid organizations.
What do the International Monetary Fund, WaterAid, Belgian Development Cooperation and the Mayor of Cameroon’s Bagangté Municipality all share in common?
Aside from their dedication on moving towards ever more effective development co-operation, all were contributors to the Global Partnership’s blog this September.
admin, September 15, 2014
Global Partnership Co-Chairs and several Steering Committee members will join world leaders in New York at the UN General Assembly starting 22 September 2014. As a key tool to turn the post-2015 development agenda into action, the Global Partnership will draw attention to the “how” of multi-stakeholder development partnerships and how they can be made more effective.
The three Co-Chairs of the Global Partnership met at the beginning of an intense week of discussions at the 69th session of the UN General Assembly in New York.
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