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In this issue, new figures just released show that aid from OECD countries to developing countries rises to a record high of over USD 100 billion. OECD DAC Chair Richard Manning ask, will so-called 'emerging donors' like China and India change the face of international co-operation? Environment and development ministers get together for the first time in 15 years; Germany's aid is reviewed; and we invite you to bookmark a link to this
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The DAC Quality Standards for Development Evaluation identify the key pillars needed for a quality development evaluation process and product.
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Hardly a major international development event goes by without calls for more aid to be untied. In response, DAC members have decided to untie small contracts (less than USD 1 million) covered by the Untying Recommendation.
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This user's guide to the HIV/AIDS Aid Activities online database provides you with information on the origin of the data as well as instructions on how to use this database.
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Providing more effective aid and increasing its impact on development is important to meeting the Millennium Development Goal of halving global poverty by 2015. This report takes stock of progress made to align donor support with developing country poverty reduction strategies.
List of countries, territories and organisations that have adhered to the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness (March 2005) and AAA (Sept. 2008).
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UNDP Response to the Peer Review
Why has growth been more successful in reducing poverty in some countries than in others? How can poor women and men best participate in, contribute to and benefit from the growth process? Why is pro-poor growth important and what can donors do to promote it?
Ex ante poverty impact assessment (PIA) helps donors and developing countries address vital questions that influence the impact and outcomes of their policies and programmes on the poor.
How can conflict-prone countries ensure better delivery of security and justice services? How can they establish structures and mechanisms which will ensure effective and accountable security and justice institutions? Although there has been ...