Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation
The July meeting of the IHP+ Executive Team received an update from Brenda Killen, Head of Division, Aid Quality and Architecture, OECD, on the new Global Partnership – an outcome of the 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness...
The July meeting of the IHP+ Executive Team received an update from Brenda Killen, Head of Division, Aid Quality and Architecture, OECD, on the new Global Partnership – an outcome of the 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in Busan in December 2011.
The key points on its mandate are to maintain political momentum for more effective development cooperation, not just aid; and to ensure accountability for implementing the Busan commitments at country level.
The monitoring framework: there will be periodic global reporting, but the focus will be on country level monitoring, with country defined indicators. The global reports will be based on 10 agreed indicators, 5 coming from the previous Paris indicators and 5 new ones. This set focuses on behaviour changes that are expected to contribute to results, and will be finalized by the end of 2012. Indicators are proxies – they can’t tell the whole story, but they can support dialogue and learning. Existing data will be used. Qualitative information will be important too, to collect the stories behind the indicators.
Catégories: Efficacité de l’Aide
- IHP+ monitoring results: Comoros and Pakistan
How effective is development cooperation in health?
- Health Policy Action Fund projects completed
CSO health policy engagement projects for 2016.
- Thailand, South Africa and the Rockefeller Foundation give fresh support to UHC2030
Commitments to join UHC2030