In order to increase the quality and usefulness of information, the Global Partnership is refining its current Monitoring Framework. Refinements will be made to indicators measuring inclusive partnerships for development in order to reinforce the Busan commitment to build partnerships that can create synergies and capitalise on diverse and complementary contributions for more effective development co-operation.
Inclusiveness is essential for effective development partnerships. A whole-of-society approach is needed to mobilise support and resources from all development partners; strengthen co-ordination and collaboration; create synergies and reduce duplication of efforts; and capitalise on the diverse and complementary contributions of stakeholders. Refinements will be made to indicators measuring inclusive partnerships for development in order to reinforce the Busan commitment to build inclusive partnerships for more effective development co-operation.
CSO enabling environment (Indicator 2)
The multi-stakeholder dialogue process associated with data collection will be strengthened and the questionnaire design for sourcing results will be improved and simplified.
Quality of public-private dialogue (Indicator 3)
The short questionnaire will be expanded to deepen the assessment of the quality of public-private partnerships, to capture critical issues for private sector engagement in development and the optional module will be removed.
Read more about the refinement of individual indicators
How to Get Involved
All Global Partnership stakeholders are encouraged to actively participate in the refinement process through the following activities, as appropriate:
The refined framework was piloted in February and March 2018 to gather feedback on whether the framework responds to country needs, is relevant and is easy to implement. Contact the OECD-UNDP Joint Support Team to learn about ways to provide feedback on the revised framework.
Through a series of online, public consultations, all development co-operation stakeholders will be invited to provide feedback on the revised indicators and process. Click here to access our most recent online consultations forum.
Participation in the 2018 Monitoring Round
The third monitoring round launches in June 2018, with a user-friendly support package, including a Monitoring Guide and how-to workshops /webinars. Contact the OECD-UNDP Joint Support Team for more details on how to participate.