The Global Partnership is updating its Monitoring Framework to reflect the challenges of the 2030 Agenda and better track the effectiveness of all types of development co-operation.

The Nairobi Outcome Document, agreed at the Global Partnership’s Second High-Level Meeting, underscores the importance of the Partnership’s provision of data, evidence and analysis to track progress on effective development co-operation commitments. To contribute to achievement of the 2030 Agenda, the Global Partnership must also address countries’ need to better monitor the effectiveness of their own development efforts. Against this backdrop, the Global Partnership’s Steering Committee outlined an inclusive strategy to adapt and strengthen the current monitoring framework.

The Global Partnership is also proactively adapting to the new development landscape and the pressing challenges of the 2030 Agenda. Work is commencing with an Initial focus on how to best monitor progress toward effective development cooperation in fragile and conflict-affected situations. With half of the world’s poor projected to be living in fragile situations by 2030, building resilience, investing in prevention and combatting fragility are critical to achieving the SDGs and meeting the universal commitment to leave no one behind. While the initial focus is on fragility and conflict affected situations, the monitoring framework will also address other key areas or contexts, including adapting monitoring to private sector engagement in development co-operation and increasing relevance for upper middle-income countries.

Timeline

Our Consultative Process

All Global Partnership stakeholders were encouraged to actively participate in the refinement process through the following activities, as appropriate:

  • Pilot Testing

    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 for more information.

  • Online Consultations

    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 has launched, with a user-friendly support package, including a monitoring guide and how-to workshops/webinars. Visit the 2018 monitoring round page for more information. Contact the OECD-UNDP Joint Support Team to express interest in participating.