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OECD Development Newsletter - June 2017

 

Official development assistance: how much, where and how?

Disaggregated, verified and comparable OECD statistics for all DAC members and 20 other providers.

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1st OECD International Economic Forum on Asia

Quality infrastructure: a pressing priority for emerging Asia, say international leaders gathered in Tokyo.

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Refugee Realities

Refugees tell their stories in pictures at the invitation of the DAC Temporary Working Group on Refugees and Migration.

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Financing for stability in Sudan

The DAC’s International Network on Conflict and Fragility (INCAF) partnering with the UN on financing peace and development in Sudan. Read more...

International Economic Forum on Latin America and the Caribbean

Reducing inequalities is an ethical, social and political imperative for Latin American and Caribbean economies, but also an economic one.

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Arab-DAC Dialogue

Did you know? Arab donors provide substantial amounts of official development assistance (ODA) and have considerable policy experience to share.

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How do we deliver better humanitarian aid?

New practical guide and online resources for donors.

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Recent Publications & Working Papers

Assessing the interaction between demographics, economic development, climate change and social protection between now and 2065. Read more... The small donor that punches above its weight. The DAC Peer Review of Iceland shows a high quality aid programme targets the world’s poorest. Read more... Is entrepreneurship a solution to massive youth employment? New evidence from Côte d’Ivoire, Madagascar, Peru and Viet Nam. Read more...
 
Engaging the private sector for green growth and climate action
An overview of donor efforts to mobilise private climate investment and promote green private sector development.
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Development co-operation for private sector development
A comprehensive overview of DAC members’ support to investment climate, productive capacity and physical infrastructure.
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Assessing the performance of multilateral organisations
 

The Multilateral Organisation Performance Assessment Network (MOPAN)’s reviews of African Development Bank, Gavi, Global Fund, ILO, Inter-American Development Bank, UNHABITAT, UN OCHA, UNAIDS, UNDP, UNEP, UNICEF and the World Bank.

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African Economic Outlook 2017


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