nov298:30 am- 6:00 pmWorkshop on the Monitoring of Effective Development Co-operation - What have we achieved; how can we do better?8:30 am - 6:00 pm AmpitheatreEvent Type :Global Partnership,Regional Workshop
The Second High Level Meeting (HLM2) of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co‑operation will take place in Nairobi, Kenya on 30 November-1 December 2016. A key objective of HLM2 will be to take stock of the implementation of development effectiveness principles and commitments agreed at the Fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (Busan, Republic of Korea, 29 November-1 December 2011). In particular, the first plenary session of HLM2 will focus on this topic, highlighting achievements so far and agreeing on actions to overcome challenges and accelerate effective development co-operation.
The Workshop Monitoring effective development co-operation: what have we achieved; how can we do better? will provide a dedicated time and space for participants to prepare for the political discussions to take place during HLM2 plenary sessions. This Workshop will promote in-depth discussions on progress made and challenges encountered in promoting more effective development co-operation. Discussions will also highlight success stories, encourage knowledge sharing and peer learning around innovative solutions, and identify key actions and practical next steps after HLM2 to promote more effective development co‑operation.
This workshop will be an opportunity to:
- Present and discuss the findings from the 2016 Global Partnership Progress Report;
- Share views, experiences, good practices and innovative and practical approaches around implementing development effectiveness principles and commitments;
- Identify priority areas of action to address bottlenecks and foster more effective development co-operation; and
- Reflect on how to improve the Global Partnership monitoring framework in the context of the 2030 Agenda.
Discussions will draw on the findings from the 2016 Global Partnership Progress Report, online consultations, regional consultations and other recent preparatory events ahead of HLM2. Its conclusions will be reported during the first HLM2 plenary session.
This workshop is open to all HLM2 participants. Representatives from countries and organisations taking part in the 2016 Global Partnership monitoring round (i.e. national co‑ordinators and constituency focal points in-country and at headquarters) are particularly encouraged to attend.
Registration for the Workshop is open only to participants at HLM2 and will be accepted within the limit of places available. Interested participants should:
- First register to HLM2 (http://www.hlm2nairobi.go.ke/index.php/registration-and-accreditation/) indicating that they will attend the Workshop on “Monitoring Effective Development Co-operation”. This can be done in the registration form by clicking on the option “Other” under the section “Conference Participation” and then specifying “Monitoring Workshop, 29 November 2016”.
- Complete the separate registration form available at http://bit.ly/hlm2-workshop-registration by 18 November 2016.
Additionally, it is recommended that workshop participants bring their own internet-connected devices in order to participate in planned interactive activities.
- Workshop Summary “Monitoring Effective Development Co-operation: What have we achieved? What can we do better?”
- 2016 Global Partnership Progress Report “Making Development Co-operation More Effective: 2016 Progress Report”
- 2016 Global Partnership Progress Report: Results at a glance
- Country and Territory monitoring profiles
- Key messages from Latin America and Caribbean Regional Post-Monitoring Workshop (available soon)
- Key messages from Asia-Pacific Regional Post-Monitoring Workshop
- 2016 Asia-Pacific Regional Report on development financing: Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals in the Era of the Addis Ababa Action Agenda
- Key messages from Africa Regional Post-Monitoring Workshop (EN / FR)
- Final report of the Monitoring Advisory Group
- The Theory of Change for the Global Partnership For Effective Development Co-operation
- Draft parameters for refining the Global Partnership monitoring framework
- Highlights from online consultations on actions to improve effectiveness of development co-operation; leaving no one behind; maximising the contributions of development actors through multi-stakeholder approaches (available soon)
The Workshop on the Monitoring of Effective Development Co-operation is organised by the Global Partnership’s OECD-UNDP Joint Support Team.
effective development co-operation.