18 July, 2018

The Global Partnership Launches an Interactive Dashboard to Explore Monitoring Results

By Global Partnership

Today, the Global Partnership launches its Monitoring Dashboard – an interactive data visualization tool that showcases results from its voluntary and country-led monitoring process.

The Dashboard allows users to generate interactive displays and explore results for all countries and organisations that reported to the 2014 and 2016 monitoring rounds. Users can:

  • View the results of a specific country or development partner
  • Compare results of countries or development partners within a similar region or context
  • Discover how other countries or organisations are implementing effectiveness commitments
  • Explore progress in different areas of effective development co-operation by viewing performance over time

The Dashboard includes data from the 2014 and 2016 Global Partnership monitoring rounds, as well as data for comparable indicators from the 2005, 2007 and 2010 Paris monitoring process. 2018 data is expected to be added later this year, upon completion of the third round of Global Partnership monitoring.

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What is Global Partnership monitoring?

The Global Partnership monitoring framework is comprised of 10 indicators that track progress in areas related to the four internationally-agreed effective development co-operation principles: country ownership, a focus on results, inclusive partnerships and transparency and mutual accountability to one another. Areas of focus include strengthening developing countries’ institutions, increasing the transparency and predictability of development co-operation, enhancing gender equality and supporting greater involvement of civil society, parliaments and the private sector in development efforts. Monitoring results inform multi-stakeholder dialogue and promote accountability between all partners, in order to spur development impact and support achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Global Partnership monitoring complements the follow-up and review processes of the 2030 Agenda and the Addis Ababa Action Agenda. Its data contributes to the measurement of SDG target 17.16 on monitoring multi-stakeholder partnerships for development effectiveness, SDG target 5.c.1 on public allocations for gender equality, SDG target 17.15.1 on respecting countries’ policy space and leadership.