29 August, 2017

Global Partnership Invites Stakeholders to Complete Knowledge Sharing Needs Assessment – Available in EN, ES and FR

By Global Partnership

The Global Partnership invites you to complete a Needs Assessment Survey to help inform our knowledge sharing efforts. The survey is publicly available through 29 September, and open to all those interested in effective development co-operation.

This Needs Assessment survey will allow all Global Partnership stakeholders to identify crucial needs for increasing the effectiveness of their development co-operation and partnerships. It will help define the initial scope and objectives of the Global Partnership knowledge platform, which will provide a space for practitioners, networks, working groups and initiatives to collaborate on issues related to effective development co-operation. The Needs Assessment survey will also help to identify thematic areas, and knowledge-sharing tools and instruments useful for the work of the Global Partnership’s diverse membership.

As noted in its 2017-2018 Work Programme, under output three: Increased Knowledge Sharing for Development Effectiveness, this survey is part of the Global Partnership’s efforts to bring together the lessons learned from different practical approaches and experiences for strengthening the effectiveness of development co-operation available across constituencies.

The Needs Assessment Survey can be found at the following link: http://bit.ly/gpedc-survey

It is also available in French and Spanish.

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Questions may be addressed to the UNDP-OECD Joint Support Team at: info@effectivecooperation.org.

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