Explore Global Partnership monitoring data. Use our Dashboard to generate interactive displays and compare progress across countries, regions and contexts.

What is included in the Dashboard?

How can I use the Dashboard?

With this data visualisation Dashboard, you can explore results for all countries, territories and organisations that reported to the 2014 and 2016 Global Partnership monitoring rounds. Use the tool to:

About the Dashboard: FAQs

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What is the Global Partnership Monitoring Dashboard?

The Dashboard allows users, including governments, representatives of civil society, the private sector and others, to view data on the effectiveness of their development co-operation and track progress over time.

Whose data is included in the Dashboard?

The Dashboard includes data from the 2014 and 2016 Global Partnership monitoring rounds. For the 2016 monitoring round alone, data from 81 low and middle-income countries, 125 development partners, 74 development organisations, and with inputs from hundreds of civil society organisations, private sector representatives and others can be explored. The Dashboard also includes data from the 2005, 2007 and 2010 Paris Aid Effectiveness monitoring process, to better illustrate historical trends for relevant indicators. All Global Partnership monitoring data is validated through a country-level, multi-stakeholder process.

When will additional data be added?

Global Partnership monitoring is a biennial process, taking place every two years. The next data set will be added after completion of the third monitoring round in late 2018.

How can partner countries use the Dashboard?

Partner countries can use the Dashboard to:

  • Inform priorities for increasing the effectiveness of their development co-operation.
  • Explore their development partners’ historical performance to assess if progress is being made over time, and spur dialogue on where further emphasis may be needed.
  • Understand which peers are making progress in implementing effectiveness commitments, in support of mutual learning on successful approaches.

How can development partners use the Dashboard?

Development partners can use the Dashboard to:

  • Evaluate global results for their co-operation and assess performance in different countries to understand where further emphasis may be needed.
  • Compare performance against development partners with similar typologies.
  • Explore their own historical performance at the country level, to assess if progress is being made over time.