How can development co-operation providers and partners work together for results?
In December 2016, the 2nd High-level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) agreed that: "To strengthen the focus on results, we will further develop, support and use country-level results frameworks; progressively adapt results frameworks to reflect the targets and indicators of the SDGs; and make data on results publicly available."
This agreement recognises that to be mutually accountable for development co-operation, providers and partners must work for the same results. Providers are committed to taking a country-led approach to managing for results, to making use of national data and statistics, and to building national capacity.
In accordance with their priorities, developing countries are aligning their national strategies, plans and results frameworks to the SDGs and their targets. These frameworks provide an opportunity for partners and providers to build shared country-level results approaches.
OECD’s 2017 Development Co-operation Report: Data for Development includes a chapter which examines how development co-operation can make better use of country-led results data, recommending that providers invest in and use country-led results data to monitor progress towards the sustainable development goals.
|African Community of Practice on Managing for Development Results||http://afrik4r.org/|
|Asia-Pacific Community of Practice on Managing for Development Results||https://wpqr4.adb.org/|
|EuropeAid's Public Group on Results and Accountability||http://capacity4dev.ec.europa.eu/|
|Latin-America and the Caribbean Community of Practice on Managing for Development Results||http://www.coplac-gprd.org/|