Regional Workshops / Peer Learning Events

With the kind support of the UNDP-OECD Joint Support Team Contributing Partners, the following Global Partnership-related events were organised in order to facilitate peer learning / knowledge sharing and strengthen the voice of developing countries.

november 2016

october 2016

september 2016

november 2015

october 2015

march 2015

november 2014

april 2014

march 2014

february 2014

november 2013

august 2013

june 2013

Steering Committee Meetings

The Steering Committee prepares for the ministerial-level meetings and meets two or three times a year. The Steering Committee’s work is carried out transparently, ensuring that all members of the Global Partnership are consulted. To view a list of Steering Committee Members, please click here.

november 2016

october 2016

july 2016

march 2016

february 2016

september 2015

january 2015

july 2014

february 2014

october 2013

july 2013

march 2013

december 2012

High-Level Side Events

april 2016

september 2015

july 2015

september 2014

september 2013


Second Monitoring Round (2015-2016): Tools and Documents

Please find here all support tools available for stakeholders participating in the 2015-16 Monitoring Round of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation.

Key Monitoring Tools

Monitoring Guide (AR / ES / FR / PT )

  • This is the main document of reference to support participants in the monitoring exercise. Here you will find everything you need to know about the process, timeline, your role and the specific set of ten indicators being monitored during the 2015-16 monitoring round. This document provides guidelines for all stakeholders participating in the monitoring exercise, including: governments, providers of development co-operation, and other stakeholders (including the private sector, civil society organisations, trade unions, parliamentarians, subnational governments).
Other Important Reference Materials

List of countries

  • This list shows the countries that have expressed interest in participating in the 2015-16 monitoring exercise as of 14 June 2016. Countries interested in participating and not included in the country list are invited to notify their intentions to the UNDP-OECD Joint Support Team by writing to monitoring@effectivecooperation.org.

Terms of Reference (TOR)

  • These documents provide standard terms of reference for the various stakeholder groups explaining the role and what is expected of the different focal points. This information is also included in the Monitoring Guide but is presented in a different format here for ease of reference.
  • National Coordinator (Government) / Coordinateur National (AR / EN / ES / FR)
  • Provider of Development Co-operation Focal Point / Fournisseurs de Cooperation au Développement (AR / EN / ES / FR)
  • CSO Focal Point / Point Focal OSC (AR / EN / ES / FR)
  • Private Sector Focal Point / Point Focal Secteur Privé (AR / EN / ES / FR)
  • Parliamentarian Focal Point / Point Focal Parlementaires (AR / EN / ES / FR)
  • Trade Unions Focal Point / Point Focal Syndicat (AR / EN / ES / FR)
  • Subnational and Local Government Focal Point / Point Focal Autorités Locales (AR / EN / ES / FR)

Exchange Rates Table

  • This table provides exchange rate information to allow reporting of country data in US Dollars. Last updated: 10 February 2016.

Frequently Asked Questions (FR)

Indicator 1 / Guidance for Providers

  • This document providers additional clarifications and guidance on indicator 1. It contains definitions on the meaning of the different sectors/types of interventions/etc which may be helpful for providers of development co-operation when filling out the fields for each project in the data collection tools.

Indicator 3 / Module 3 Terms of Reference

  • (Optional) These terms of reference will help national coordinators hire and guide a consultant that could carry out the in-depth analysis of an existing public-private dialogue platform, and suggest ways to strengthen the dialogue going forward. This module 3 is optional, but a few participating countries have indicated an interest in carrying out this analysis.

Official Invitation Letter (AR)

  • This official invitation letter, signed by the three ministerial Co-Chairs of the Global Partnership, launched the 2015-2016 monitoring round on 15 September 2015.

Brief Information Leaflet (AR / ES / FR)

  • This brief information leaflet provides some high level information on the process and timeline of the Global Partnership 2015-2016 monitoring round. It accompanies the official invitation letter above, signed by the three ministerial Co-Chairs of the Global Partnership.
Webinar Material

Presentation on indicators 1, 5, 6 and 9b (ES / FR)

Presentation on indicators 2, 3 and 7 (ES / FR)

Presentation on indicators 8 and 10 (ES / FR)

Regional Workshops

Monitoring Advisory Group

The Global Partnership’s Monitoring Advisory Group was established in 2015 to provide technical expertise and advice to strengthen the monitoring framework and ensure its relevance in the rapidly evolving post-2015 landscape.

General Information and Administrative Documents
  1. Monitoring Advisory Group Terms of Reference (April 2015)
  2. List of members of the Monitoring Advisory Group
  3. Work Plan (EN / ES / FR)
Monitoring Advisory Group Final Report
  1. Summary of the Final Report of the Monitoring Advisory Group
  2. The Final Report of the Monitoring Advisory Group
  3. Assessing the Current Indicator Framework: A compendium of MAG advice
Monitoring Advisory Group and JST Reflections on the 2nd Round of Monitoring

Monitoring Advisory Group: Recommendations and Documentation (July-December 2015):

  1. Indicator 1, Feedback from the GPEDC Experts Advisory Group: Development co-operation is focused on results that meet developing countries’ priorities
  2. Indicator 2, Feedback from the GPEDC Experts Advisory Group: Civil society operates within an environment, which maximises its engagement in and contribution to development
  3. Indicator 3, Feedback from the GPEDC Experts Advisory Group: Engagement and contribution of the private sector to development
  4. Indicator 4, Feedback from the GPEDC Experts Advisory Group: Information on development co-operation is publicly available
  5. Incentivizing Behavioural Change
  6. MAG Response to the Concept Note for the 2016 Monitoring Progress Report (CN prepared by the JST)

Initial Review of the Global Partnership Monitoring Framework and Indicators by the Monitoring Advisory Group (January 2016):

  1. Introduction and General Comments on the Review
  2. Indicator 1: Development co-operation is focused on results that meet developing countries’ priorities.
  3. Indicator 2: Civil society operates within an environment which maximises its engagement in and contribution to development.
  4. Indicator 3: Engagement and contribution of the private sector to development.
  5. Indicator 4: Information on development co-operation is publicly available.
  6. Indicators 5a &5b: Annual and mid-term predictibilty of development cooperation.
  7. Indicator 6: Aid is on budget, which is subject to parliamentary scrutiny.
  8. Indicator 7: Mutual accountability among cooperation actors is strengthened through inclusive reviews.
  9. Indicator 8: Measure government efforts to allocate and track resources for gender equality.
  10. Indicators 9a &9b: Quality of developing country public financial management systems. Use of country public financial management and procurement systems.
  11. Indicator 10: Percentage of Aid that is Untied.
JST Reflections on the 2nd Round of Monitoring and Monitoring Advisory Group Feedback
  1. Global Partnership Position Paper – JST Reflections on MAG Recommendations
  2. Global Partnership Pilot Indicators – refined methodologies for Indicators 1, 2 and 3
Documentation to Support the Monitoring Advisory Group’s Work
  1. Nature of the data and main challenges
  2. Global Partnership Pilot Indicators – refined methodologies for Indicators 1, 2 and 3
Monitoring Advisory Group Meetings and Events

february 2016

feb5 - 7All Day3rd Monitoring Advisory Group Meeting(All Day) Glen Cove, New York, United States of AmericaEvent Type :Global Partnership,Monitoring Advisory Group Meeting

september 2015

sep28 - 29All Day2nd Monitoring Advisory Group Meeting(All Day) Paris, FranceEvent Type :Global Partnership,Monitoring Advisory Group Meeting

may 2015

may20 - 21All Day1st Monitoring Advisory Group Meeting(All Day) New York, United States of AmericaEvent Type :Global Partnership,Monitoring Advisory Group Meeting

For questions or requests, please contact the UNDP-OECD Joint Support Team at monitoring@effectivecooperation.org.