Development Co-operation Directorate (DCD-DAC)

Multilateral Aid 2015

Better Partnerships for a Post-2015 World

Published on July 14, 2015

Also available in: French

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This 2015 OECD report on multilateral aid contributes to the broader debate on how to implement the post-2015 development agenda. It argues that multilateral organisations have a fundamental role to play to forge and strengthen inclusive partnerships that will provide the collective, cross-border solutions needed to eradicate absolute poverty and foster a new era of economic progress, environmental sustainability, and peaceful and inclusive societies. But to be fit for purpose, multilateral organisations will need to implement a challenging reform agenda to both address the unfinished business of internal changes and respond to a fast-changing global environment.

Multilateral Aid 2015 identifies how bilateral providers can support multilateral organisations in implementing the necessary changes and fostering effective partnerships that (i) make best use of all resources available for development, including earmarked funding, and (ii) leverage knowledge and resources from partners beyond the “traditional donors”.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Acknowledgements
Preface
Foreword
Executive summary
Overview - Multilateral aid in a post-2015 world
Trends and practices in the global multilateral landscape2 chapters available
Recent trends in the globalmultilateral aid landscape
DAC members' useof the multilateral system
Gearing up to support post-2015 partnerships3 chapters available
Making earmarked funding more effective: practices and reforms of bilateral providers and multilateral organisations
Global pooled funding mechanisms and other instruments to earmark funding: how effective are they on the ground?
Leveraging knowledge and resources from providers beyond the DAC to enhance post-2015 partnerships
Country Fact Sheets30 chapters available
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Canada
Czech Republic
Denmark
European Union
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Luxembourg
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Notes on the statistical sources used in Multilateral Aid 2015
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