Several years ago, donors started to restrict the number of countries and sectors in which they were involved. Initiatives at systematic, country-led DoL, however, are more recent. At the time of the agreement on the EU Code of Conduct (2007) and Third High Level Forum (2008), only Uganda and Zambia were reported to have fairly advanced DoL processes, initiated in the broader context of Joint Assistance Strategies (JAS).
Since then, in part due to facilitation in the FTI context, many more countries have become involved.
Readers are encouraged to contribute relevant case studies and also informal, short reports on DoL experiences. To do so, please write to email@example.com.
- DoL Support in Malawi (March 2010)
Upon request by the Ministry of Finance, a detailed donor mapping of current sector presence was conducted with a view towards more systematic division of labour.
- DoL Support in Burkina Faso (February 2010). Upon request by the Government of Burkina Faso, a detailed donors mapping of current sector presence was conducted with a view towards a more systematic division of labour. Report and annex (en français)
Studies on the exit of Sweden, Denmark, Norway and/or the Netherlands from several developing countries (relevant for cross-country division of labour)
Division of Labour for Complementarity: Background
Division of Labour for Complementarity: Methods, Tools and Good Practice
Division of Labour: Initiatives and Events
Division of Labour for Complementarity: Monitoring, Evaluation and Research
Division of Labour for Complementarity - Policy Documents