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  • 29-November-2018

    English

    Multilateral Development Finance - Towards a New Pact on Multilateralism to Achieve the 2030 Agenda Together

    This report contributes to the broader international debate on why we need multilateralism and how to make it more effective to achieve the 2030 Agenda. At a time when the value of multilateralism is being questioned, the report provides new evidence and recommendations for a new 'pact' on multilateralism. This pact would be founded on recognition of the mutual responsibility of sovereign states and multilateral institutions to create a stronger, more effective multilateral system.The report offers a detailed overview of official development assistance (ODA) spending through the multilateral system. This year’s edition introduces three innovations. First, it examines the growing role of China, other sovereign states, philanthropy and the private sector as funders of multilateral organisations. Second, it analyses concessional and non-concessional spending by multilateral institutions, and discusses how multilateral action needs to adapt to the new development agenda. Third, it presents a new multi-dimensional metrics to measure the quality of multilateral funding, using financing to the World Health Organisation as a case study. Building on this evidence, the report outlines policy recommendations that provide a sound basis for principles of good multilateral donorship to deliver on the 2030 Agenda.
  • 27-novembre-2018

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    Liste des bénéficiaires de l'APD établie par le CAD - Effective pour la notification des apports de 2018, 2019 et 2020

    Liste des bénéficiaires de l'APD établie par le CAD - Effective pour la notification des apports de 2018, 2019 et 2020

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  • 27-November-2018

    English

    Latin American Regional Policy Dialogue on Women’s Economic Empowerment

    Latin American Regional Policy Dialogue on Women’s Economic Empowerment will take place on 27-28 of January in Montevideo, Uruguay.

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  • 22-November-2018

    English

    Private Finance for Sustainable Development

    The Private Finance for Sustainable Development (#PF4SDG) Week is an annual OECD event that brings together relevant stakeholders from the public and private sector to discuss new approaches in using private finance to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The “impact imperative” will be the main theme of the 2019 edition. The “impact imperative”- why this topic?

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  • 20-November-2018

    English

    Index of financing for sustainable development terms

    Site map of the Financing for Sustainable Development webpage

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  • 20-November-2018

    English

    Sector Financing in the SDG Era

    The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are highly intertwined with sectors such as health, education, energy or agriculture. Hence, measuring official development finance (ODF) flowing to sectors is critical to designing efficient development strategies in the SDG era. Yet, this exercise is complex, and this report is a first attempt to provide a comprehensive picture of ODF allocations by sector.The analysis includes not only official development assistance (ODA), but also other official flows (OOF) and resources mobilised from the private sector by official development interventions. It provides unique data for the period 2012-16 on sectors financing by country, type of instrument and channel of delivery. It looks into potential data gaps and the challenge of matching the traditional typologies of donors’ investment by sector with their expected, multi-sectoral outcomes, as framed by the SDGs. The report provides policy makers and sectoral experts with some insights into the implications of the 2030 Agenda for the sectoral strategies of development co-operation providers.
  • 15-novembre-2018

    Français

    Financement de la transition

    S’inspirant de l’approche holistique proposée dans les Perspectives mondiales pour le financement du développement durable, le Financement de la Transition fait référence à la dynamique des flux...

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  • 12-November-2018

    English

    Global Outlook on Financing for Sustainable Development 2019 - Time to Face the Challenge

    The financing for sustainable development agenda promises to bring together more actors than ever before – from businesses, governments, philanthropists, and remitting households – to address the world’s most pressing problems and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.Yet, in spite of this promise, the financing for sustainable development gap is growing. While needs continue to increase, resources available to developing countries have been constrained and in some cases even declining, as illustrated by the recent drop in foreign direct investments. New financial instruments and interactions have yet to mobilise much-needed new resources in sufficient volumes. And despite significant advances, we do not yet fully understand the opportunities and risks faced by the various actors in this complex new global financing system.This report sounds a wake-up call. To fulfil the commitments of the 2030 Agenda, and lift hundreds of millions of people out of extreme poverty, the international community needs to maximise the development footprint of existing and future resources, thereby 'shifting the trillions' towards the SDGs. The first in a series, this report charts a forward path for the changes required in measurement, policies, and operations to achieve these ambitious objectives.
  • 12-novembre-2018

    Français

    États de fragilité 2018

    Il est déjà évident, trois ans après l’adoption du Programme 2030, que les populations vivant dans des contextes fragiles sont celles qui sont accusent le plus de retard. Toutes les formes de fragilité ne sont pas connues du public : la fragilité est un mal polyforme, qui se montre parfois au grand jour, qui se meut souvent dans l’ombre, mais qui, toujours, est un obstacle au progrès. Les conflits, les déplacements forcés, l’extrémisme violent, la famine, etc. sont autant de causes, et de conséquences, de la fragilité. D’où la nécessité de mieux comprendre et mieux anticiper le phénomène afin de mieux y répondre.L’édition 2018 de la publication États de fragilité met en lumière l’enjeu crucial que constitue la fragilité si l’on veut concrétiser les aspirations portées par le Programme 2030 que sont le développement durable et la paix. Elle fait ressortir douze dimensions essentielles de la fragilité, qui mettent à mal les hypothèses courantes et les classements simplistes en catégories. Elle montre, documents à l’appui, les progrès réalisés dans des situations de fragilité au regard du développement durable, en ouvrant des portes de sortie pour échapper au piège de la fragilité. La publication dresse un état des lieux des financements alloués aux actions menées pour remédier à la fragilité et propose des approches plus efficaces prenant en compte son caractère multidimensionnel.Par-dessus tout, le rapport vise à établir un équilibre entre la complexité inhérente à la fragilité et la simplicité nécessaire pour mettre en œuvre des processus efficients d’élaboration des politiques et de prise de décision, s’appuyant notamment sur la pensée systémique, l’adoption de plans d’aide cohérents et à plus long terme, le financement de la paix et une volonté indéfectible de placer l’être humain au premier plan.
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  • 6-November-2018

    English

    OECD converts complete 2015 and final 2016 Creditor Reporting System (CRS) data into XML format, by donor and by recipient

    The OECD now provides the Creditor Reporting System (CRS) 2015 and final 2016 data available in XML format. CRS data on development finance can now be downloaded in four different formats and cater to different audiences.

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