"Untying aid: is it working?" is the first ever independent evaluation of DAC members policies and practices towards untying.
l’OCDE vient d’achever l’examen des budgets 2010 consacrés à l’aide des principaux donneurs du monde –pays membres du Comité d’Aide au Développement (CAD).
L’analyse couvre la période 2002-2007, y compris les tendances des apports d’aide par les donneurs, le ciblage géographique et un panorama des interventions des donneurs à court et long terme face aux enjeux de la sécurité alimentaire.
The Integrated Framework for Trade Related Assistance to Least Developed Countries (IF) is a multi-donor initiative aimed at (1) assisting LDCs in mainstreaming trade priority areas of action into their national plans for economic development and Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs); and (2) encouraging the co-ordinated delivery of trade-related technical assistance and capacity building, in response to needs identified by the
From the Monterrey Financing for Development Conference in 2002, to the Gleneagles G8 Summit and the UN Millennium +5 Summit in 2005, donors committed to increase their aid to developing countries, and to Africa in particular
Le Comité d’aide au développement (CAD) de l’OCDE note que la Coopération italienne est confrontée à des problèmes majeurs.
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The OECD collects statistics on bilateral Official Development Assistance (ODA) through its Creditor Reporting System (CRS).
On Wednesday 9 December 2009, Members of the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) approved a policy marker to track official development assistance (ODA) in support of climate change adaptation.
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In light of the UN Climate change conference in Copenhagen the OECD has prepared a brief analysis of aid in support of greenhouse gas mitigation in developing countries.
On 25 November, the DAC welcomed South Korea as its newest member. The Committee made its decision in a special session, during which Mr. Oh Joon, Korean Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, noted Korea’s eagerness to share its development experience – and success. “Half a century ago,” said Oh Joon, “Korea was one of the poorest nations in the world, endeavouring to emerge from the ashes of the Korean War to rebuild itself.” Korea