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The 2007 peer review shows Finland to be a committed development co-operation actor that works closely with the EU, the Nordic and other like-minded countries and generally adheres to international best practice. Finland has clearly defined priorities confirmed in the new development policy with an increased focus on environment and climate change, crisis prevention and support for peace processes. It is also a keen proponent of
This year’s peer review of Canada’s development co-operation programme highlights Canada’s renewed commitment to Africa; a promising approach toward fragile states, such as Haiti and Afghanistan; initiatives to make Canadian aid more effective, focusing on accountability and explaining results to the Canadian public and parliament; and strong commitment to good humanitarian donorship (GHD). Canada still faces some challenges,
The European Commission, on behalf of the EC, disbursed some USD 10 billion in official development assistance (ODA) in 2006, making it the sixth largest donor amongst the members of the OECD's Development Assistance Commitee (DAC).
Following the recommendations of the last DAC peer review in 2007, Denmark has made good progress in almost all areas of the development aid. It is working with fragile states and advancing international approaches to understanding and managing risks.
The Czech Republic has become the first donor outside the membership of the OECD Development Assistance Committee to complete a review on its development co-operation programme.
Accompanied by specific examples of donor practices, this book proposes 12 lessons that can help practitioners understand and implement measures that are critical to managing and delivering development assistance effectively.
NZAID is committed to sharpening the focus of its assistance for better development results. This in practice involves “bigger, fewer, deeper and longer” engagements both with developing country partners and international agencies.
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The aim of the joint country assessment in 2003 was to understand how the implementation of donors’ partnership strategies contributes to country ownership. Four DAC members (Denmark, Finland, Ireland, and Japan) agreed to participate in the Joint Country Assessment in Tanzania.