The Global Partnership Initiatives (GPIs) are voluntary initiatives led by different types of development actors (e.g. national governments, international organisations, civil society organisations, trade unions, parliamentarians, local and regional governments, foundations, private sector) to advance implementation of development effectiveness principles and commitments agreed through the Busan Partnership Agreement (2011), the Mexico High Level Meeting Communiqué (2014) and the Nairobi Outcome Document (2016). GPIs test new approaches, generate evidence and develop innovative ways to drive implementation of these principles and commitments. They also spearhead the achievement of development results at country and regional levels.

GPIs contribute to reaching the Global Partnership’s vision by directly implementing commitments and by generating evidence, policy-relevant lessons and innovative solutions that can feed both mutual accountability and learning within the Global Partnership.

Global Partnership Initiatives – Areas of Work

Building Inclusive Partnerships – Civil Society

Building Inclusive Partnerships – Private Sector

Building Inclusive Partnerships – South-South Co-operation

Building Inclusive Partnerships – Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships

Conducting Transparent and Responsible Development Co-operation

Ensuring Coherence Between Climate Finance and Official Development Assistance

Focusing on Results and Promoting Mutual Accountability

Mobilising Flows Beyond Official Development Assistance

Promoting Development in Situations of Conflict and Fragility

Promoting the Use of Multi-Dimensional Methods for Measuring Development

Stepping-up Efforts at Regional and Country-Level

Strengthening Developing Country Ownership

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