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Provides information on how to better understand "ICTs for Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction".
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Workshop on Joint Evaluations - Challenging the Conventional Wisdom - the View from Developing Country Partners (Nairobi, 20 -21 April, 2005). Workshop organised by the DAC Secretariat as part of the Network on Development Evaluation's work on Joint Evaluations.
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What is the DAC Network on Development Evaluation?
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As part of the DAC process of clarifying ODA eligibility in relation to certain conflict, peace and security activities, the DAC High Level Meeting agreed wording for a number of new items.
Swiss members of the DAC Network on Development Evaluation
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The international community holds itself accountable for better use of aid.
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Without major and sustained efforts to promote more and better investment (both domestic and foreign) in developing countries, meeting the Millennium Development Goals will be even more difficult than presently envisaged. Bilateral and multilateral donors already spend a significant share of their aid on activities that contribute to mobilising private investment - 26% of all foreign assistance,according to one analysis of mostly
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Public procurement systems are at the centre of how public money is spent. Implementing the strategies and tools set out in the Good Practices will result in more effective and sustainable capacity development, that will in turn help create procurement systems that achieve greater value for money.
- Third Joint OECD/DAC-World Bank Round Table: 30 November to 2 December 2004, Johannesburg, South Africa
The annual DAC meeting of aid ministers and agency heads will look for ways donor and recipient countries can improve the lives of poor people, including those suffering under unstable or corrupt governments, by using aid more effectively. Better co-ordination amongst donors and between donors and recipients will be a big step in the right direction, but indicators and monitoring are also crucial. The meeting will also discuss the