The second High-level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation in Nairobi, 28 November–1 December 2016, will explore new solutions to improve the effectiveness and quality of development co-operation and how to expand and scale up resources and partnerships for financing development. The results will be set out in an outcome document developed under the leadership of H.E. Ambassador Macharia Kamau, Permanent Representative of Kenya to the United Nations.
H.E. Goodall Gondwe, Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development of Malawi
H.E. Henry Rotich, Cabinet Secretary of the National Treasury of Kenya
H.E. Ambassador Kamau, Permanent Representative of Kenya to the United Nations
This consultation will provide developing country Ministers of Finance with an opportunity to discuss their expectations of the quality and quantum of development finance and co-operation in the 2030 era and the partnerships needed to achieve this.
Priority areas for improving the effectiveness, quality and impact of development co-operation for implementing the SDGs
Good practices to be taken to scale
Additional sources of development finance that might be drawn on
Expectations of Global Partnership stakeholders – bilateral donors, multilateral and regional organisations, South-South Co-operation providers, civil society organisations, trade unions, private sector, foundations, local and regional government and parliamentarians.
How the Global Partnership should be structured to support the implementation of the SDGs for effective development.