The international community is set to transition into a critical new phase in its fight against poverty. Providers of development co-operation must maintain their commitments on the quantity and quality of the resources they provide, and they must help developing countries mobilise more domestic resources.
As we head towards 2015 and a successor framework to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), our common future remains at stake. We are facing a plethora of issues including: growing inequalities; changing consumption patterns and population dynamics; increasing natural resource scarcity; and climate change, said OECD Secretary-General.
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Canadian review of Country Program Evaluation
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Human rights and gender equality in development evaluation - Spanish cooperation
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Overview of the UAE’s Foreign Aid Sector
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Do we know how to create jobs? Evaluation lessons from a Systematic Review (Germany)
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Comparative Study of MOPAN and EvalNet Approaches to Assessing Multilateral Organizations’ Development Effectiveness
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Human rights and gender equality in development evaluation – What capacity is needed?
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During the lunch break there will be an informal presentation by the Secretariat for new members of the network. The session will provide a brief overview of the network’s current work, key resources and ways of working, focusing on how members can participate in and benefit from being part of the network. There will also be time for member questions and discussion.
We need to design a new vision, a new agenda and a unique post-2015 framework addressing economic, social and environmental challenges in a more integrated manner, said Angel Gurría, OECD Secretary-General and Erik Solheim, Chairman of the OECD Development Assistance Committee.