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Poland 2023

Poland can learn from its response to recent crises to build a more effective development assistance programme.

8 December 2023

 

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Luxembourg 

Consultations begin: March 2024

Missions: June 2024

Partner country: Cabo Verde

DAC Meeting: 20 November 2024

Finland

Consultations begin: January 2024

Missions: April 2024
Partner country: Tanzania

DAC Meeting: 2 October 2024

 

Focus areas:

(1) a coherent and comprehensive policy;

(2) institutional setting: managing and responding to change;

(3) channels and instruments: finding the right mix;

(4) adaptive systems: results and risk management

Slovenia 

Consultations begin: October 2023

Missions: February 2024

Partner country: North Macedonia

DAC Meeting: 20 June 2024 

 

Focus areas:

(1) an institutional system adapted to the objectives;

(2) resources adapted to the ambitions;

(3) a strategic commitment with partners

France 

Consultations begin: August 2023

Missions: November 2023

Partner countries: Mauritania & Viet Nam

DAC Meeting: 15 May 2024

 

Focus areas:

(1) an institutional system fit for purpose;

(2) linking the green and social agendas;

(3) mobilising the private sector's contribution;

(4) facing up to an unstable world

Korea 

Consultations begin: June 2023

Missions: October 2023

Partner country: Uzbekistan

DAC Meeting: 19 March 2024

 

Focus areas: 

(1) an institutional system fit for purpose;

(2) Korea as a global development actor;

(3) managing for results and impact;

(4) incentivising additional financial resources to meet global challenges;

(5) human capacity and the development ecosystem

 

 

 

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