Nigerian Finance Minister and Global Partnership Co-Chair Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala writes on mobilising domestic resources to launch devcooperation.org blog
A jointly hosted panel discussion on private sectorengagement at the 2013 European Development Days.
Concrete examples from six countries showing how effective development co-operation builds better lives.
A review of Global Partnership country level impact inSeoul, Republic of Korea on 18-19 November 2013.
Malawi is using geospatial interactive maps to understand who is doing what work, where.
The fourth Global Partnership Steering Committeetook place on 10 and 11 October in Washington D.C.
Taking forward theGlobal Partnership Principles
Ministers from Indonesia, Nigeria and the UnitedKingdom lead the Global Partnership and advocate foreffective development cooperation across the globe.
admin, December 2, 2013
Nigerian Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala launched the new Effective Development Co-operation Blog, with a post on domestic resource mobilisation. The Global Partnership Co-chair said the blog at devcooperation.org will be a valuable platform to help the world move toward more effective development co-operation.
admin, November 20, 2013
Representatives from thirty governments, civil society and international organisations met in Seoul on 18-19 November to share experiences and challenges in implementing the Global Partnership principles of effective development co-operation in their countries.
admin, November 16, 2013
Here are concrete examples from six very different countries – including fragile and post-conflict states, and nations poised to become middle-income countries – showing how effective development co-operation is building better lives around the world.
admin, November 14, 2013
As part of its cloud-based Aid Management Platform, the government of Malawi is using geospatial interactive maps to better understand who is doing what development work and where. These data-driven, online maps correlate development activities by donor, type of work and poverty rates in Malawi’s 28 districts.
admin, October 23, 2013
A jointly hosted panel discussion will be held by the European Commission, the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Global Partnership during European Development Days 2013 to discuss the crucial role the private sector can play as a cooperation and development actor.
admin, October 14, 2013
On 1 October, the OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) and the UK’s DFID organised a workshop for providers of development assistance to discuss how providers could continue to make tangible improvements to the effectiveness of their development cooperation and use the Global Partnership to ensure real progress at country level.
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26-27 European Development Days "A decent life for all by 2030 – Building a consensus for a new development agenda.” Looking at post-2015 and building common European approach. Brussels
2-6 2nd Session Inter-governmental Committee of Experts on Sustainable Development Financing
2-3 A Global Forum on Using Country Systems to Manage Climate Change Finance, Incheon, South Korea
3-4 2nd Workshop of the Building Block “Managing Diversity and Reducing Fragmentation” Kampala, Uganda
4-5 Effective Institutions Building Block, Seoul, South Korea
9-13 Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals
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