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14 April - Making Development Cooperation More Effective?

Thursday, 17 April 2014 00:00

Global PartnersOECD and UNDP have produced the first progress report on implementing the Busan Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation. The report shows virtually no progress since 2010 on untying or using country systems, and three indicators – on civil society space, private sector engagement, and use of country results frameworks, are still being “piloted.” The only clear areas of progress are on aid transparency, putting aid through country budgets, and tracking allocations for gender equality. Interestingly, the report shows that South-South providers perform better on putting aid on budget, and on predictability. Much more will need to be done to meet the targets set in Busan for 2015.

 

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