The Global Partnership’s blog collects opinion pieces and articles from expert practitioners working on effective development co-operation.

Financing the SDGs is everyone’s business: Experiences from Asia-Pacific

Many countries have a growing and increasingly diverse portfolio of financing that can contribute to achievement of development results –
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Financing the SDGs is everyone’s business: Experiences from Asia-Pacific

Asia P3 Hub cleans up: Partnership approaches for social impact

Tarannum is a cheerful, bright-eyed 8-year old girl living in Topsia slum, a crowded neighbourhood of seemingly makeshift homes in
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Asia P3 Hub cleans up: Partnership approaches for social impact

Poverty is not falling quickly enough to end by 2030 – time to make development co-operation more effective

Every year the ECOSOC Forum on Financing for Development (FfD) Follow-up reviews the Addis Ababa Action Agenda (AAAA) – a
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Poverty is not falling quickly enough to end by 2030 – time to make development co-operation more effective

Changing the conversation on aid and investment: Designing a new dialogue framework for Tanzania

The Government of Tanzania and its development partners (DPs) recognise that the development finance landscape is changing rapidly, both globally
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Changing the conversation on aid and investment: Designing a new dialogue framework for Tanzania

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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.