2019 Global Progress Report
The Third Monitoring Round of the Global Partnership was launched in June 2018. 86 partner countries and territories, in collaboration with more than 100 development partners, provided data as part of the monitoring exercise.
The 2019 Global Progress report is being released sequentially. Part I of the Report examines how partner countries are putting in place the building blocks for an effective, whole-of-society development effort. Part II focuses on how effectively development partners support such country-led efforts.
2018 Monitoring Data
Here you can download results for all GPEDC Monitoring indicators and selected sub-indicators, with data dating back to 2010. There are three datasets in the file:
- Recipient: containing data on the level of partner countries
- Providers: containing data on the level of development partners
- Provider-Recipient: containing disaggregated data of a specific development partner in a given partner country
The file also contains codebooks for the three datasets. Some of the entries in the codebooks reference the “Country Excel” template (that was used as data collection tool), the Monitoring Guide and the Technical Companion that describe how indicators are calculated and aggregated. These documents are available here:
Post monitoring survey report
The post monitoring survey of the 2018 Monitoring Round collected feedback on national coordinators’ experiences throughout the monitoring exercise. Key findings from the survey are presented in this report.
Why do countries monitor?
Smarter co-operation and stronger country-level partnerships are key to achieving sustainable development. Supported by the Global Partnership, participating governments monitor effective development co-operation commitments at the country level, tracking progress against ten indicators to ensure that all development efforts are in line with four internationally-agreed principles for effective co-operation.
Country governments consider the monitoring exercise as a useful instrument as they engage with development partners and others, and a basis for strengthening their national co-operation policies and multi-stakeholder co-ordination mechanisms. It also supports tracking and implementing the Sustainable Development Goals, generating data for SDG 17 and SDG 5.
Who participates in the monitoring?
Participation in the monitoring exercise is voluntary for all stakeholders. The process is led by partner countries, in consultation with their development partners and other important domestic actors.
Since 2011, 99 countries have led these exercises in collaboration with the vast majority of bilateral and multilateral development partners and other important domestic actors.
You can find an up to date list of countries who participated in the 2018 monitoring round here.