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This paper analyses the differences in Official Development Assistance (ODA) data recorded in the OECD’s Creditor Reporting System (CRS) versus aid data captured at the country level in Burkina Faso and Malawi. The CRS contains ODA statistics reported by the members of the OECD’s Development Assistance Committee (DAC) and some multilateral organisations. It has been tracking this information since 1967, making it the most
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Contact list for the International Reference Group - Paris Declaration phase II
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This paper is intended to provide some initial reflections for the DAC Network on Gender Equality on whether, and to what degree, linkages can be made between the work on Global Public Goods (GPGs) and the promotion of gender equality and women’s empowerment.
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Aid-for-trade CRS purpose codes for building productive capacity.
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Aid-for-trade CRS purpose codes for economic infrastructure.
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Aid-for-trade CRS purpose codes for trade policy and regulations and trade-related adjustment.
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Update on The evaluation of the implementation of the Paris Declaration 27 August 2009
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This report responds to a recommendation by the OECD Council in the In-Depth Evaluation for the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) to undertake a strategic Reflection Exercise. The objective of the exercise was to address how to sustain and increase the relevance of the Committee in the changing development landscape over the next ten to fifteen years by reviewing its role, structure, functioning and composition. The result is to
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Update on The evaluation of the implementation of the Paris Declaration 2 October 2009
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This issue of DACnews zeroes in on two important areas of attention for the development community: conflict and dialogue. It takes a look at how the reality of conflict impinges on development, and vice versa. It also focuses on the growing complexity of the development landscape, and how increasing dialogue is helping to build a road on common ground.