23 November, 2016

81 Monitoring Profiles Now Released

By Global Partnership

This week the last batch of 16 Monitoring Profiles were released, marking the successful conclusion of the Second Monitoring Round of the Global Partnership. Prepared by the UNDP-OECD Joint Support Team, the profiles complement the Making Development Co-operation More Effective: 2016 Progress Report. The 81 Monitoring Profiles (available here) will provide country and territory level evidence base for discussions at the High-Level Meeting (HLM2) of the Global Partnership on 28 November – 1 December.

Based on data collected from governments and development partners, public and private, each profile provides a snapshot of a country’s progress in achieving more effective development co-operation. It highlights specific country context and the monitoring results of indicators attached to effectiveness principles, alongside analysis, trends and policy recommendations.

Read the last batch of 16 profiles in English and French below:

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Kosovo1
  3. Mexico2
  4. Benin (FR)
  5. Burkina Faso (FR)
  6. Cameroon (FR)
  7. Central African Republic (FR)
  8. Chad (FR)
  9. Comoros (FR)
  10. Congo (FR)
  11. Côte d’Ivoire (FR)
  12. Gabon (FR)
  13. Guinea (FR)
  14. Mauritania (FR)
  15. Sao Tome and Principe (FR)
  16. Senegal (FR)

Click here to explore all 81 Monitoring Profiles.

To find out more about the Global Partnership monitoring framework, participating countries and organisations, monitoring data and how to participate, please click here.

 

All references to Kosovo on this website should be understood to be in the context of Security Council Resolution 1244 (1999).

The Mexico monitoring profile is based on an ad hoc report by Mexico that examines Mexico’s progress in implementing the effective development co-operation principles, especially as a dual country and in South-South Co-operation.

DISCLAIMER: This blog is a forum for sharing the diverse views of its varied contributors on important and emerging issues of Effective Development Co-operation. The posts do not necessarily reflect the view of the Global Partnership, its Co-Chairs, Steering Committee members, or of the joint UNDP/OECD support team.