Im Rahmen der von den reichsten Ländern der Welt gestarteten Initiative, dem schwächer werdenden Welthandel und den erlahmenden Entwicklungsverhandlungen neuen Elan zu geben, haben die Minister der OECD-Länder bei ihrer Tagung in Paris die Verpflichtungen ihrer Länder in Bezug auf die Millenniumserklärung und den Monterrey-Konsens zur Förderung der Entwicklung bekräftigt.
As part of a drive by the world’s richest nations to inject new vigour into flagging world trade and development negotiations, OECD Ministers meeting in Paris have reasserted their countries’ commitments to the Millennium Declaration and the Monterrey Consensus on development.
We, Ministers of OECD countries, gathered at the OECD Ministerial Council Meeting on 3-4 May 2005 in Paris, reaffirm our strong commitment to the implementation of the Millennium Declaration and the Monterrey Consensus and for achieving the internationally agreed development goals, including those contained in the Millennium Declaration (MDGs). [...] We pledge to engage with developing countries through the OECD in sharing of
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This progress report, approved by the OECD Investment Committee in April 2005, documents work on the Policy Framework for Investment. The Framework is non-prescriptive. It provides a checklist of policy issues to support an attractive environment for both domestic and foreign investment. The report also notes progress under the Initiative in building policy capacity through peer learning and in joint work with DAC on using ODA more
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Development Gateway Newsletter, April 2005
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Draft Agenda of the 3rd meeting of the DAC Network on Development Evaluation 2 - 3 June 2005 (OECD HQ, Paris)
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.
Official Development Assistance (ODA) to developing countries increased to USD 78.6 billion in 2004, its highest level ever. Taking into account inflation and the fall in the U.S. dollar, this represents a 4.6% rise in real terms from 2003 to 2004 and follows a 4.3% increase from 2002 to 2003.
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Presentation by Jean Louis Chomel (EC) on EC evaluation standards and good practise, presented at the Quality of Evaluations Workshop, New Delhi (14 -15 April 2005).
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Presentation made by Mary Bacher UN Norms and Standards for Evaluation at the Quality of Evaluations Workshop, New Delhi (14 -15 April 2005).