The Global Partnership implements development effectiveness in six strategic priority areas.
The Global Partnership’s biennial programme of work is endorsed by the multi-stakeholder Steering Committee and defines targets and responsibilities for the implementation its work.
To achieve the ambition of the Partnership as outlined in the Nairobi Outcome Document, in 2017 and 2018, the Global Partnership will significantly enhance efforts by all stakeholders to achieve impact at the country level; increase high-level political engagement and action across the Partnership; attract greater interest and participation from emerging economies and emerging development partners from the South, the private sector, foundations, Parliamentarians and local government; and secure sufficient funding from across the Global Partnership.
Based on evidence to date and issues emerging from the current development co-operation landscape, the programme of work is focused on six inter-related and mutually reinforcing strategic outputs for 2017-2018:
- Enhanced support to effective development co-operation at the country level
- Unlocking the potential of effectiveness and updated monitoring for 2030
- Sharing knowledge to scale-up innovative development solutions
- Scaling-up private sector engagement leveraged through development co-operation
- Learning from different modalities of development co-operation
- Strengthened high-level political engagement, advocacy, public communication and strategic use of data and evidence