Making Development Co-operation More Effective

2016 Progress Report

This report draws on the results of the 2016 global monitoring exercise carried out under the auspices of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation. It offers a snapshot of progress on internationally agreed principles aimed at making development co-operation more effective.The provision of data and information for the monitoring exercise was led by 81 countries, with the participation of more than 125 bilateral and multilateral development partners, as well as hundreds of civil society organisations, private sector representatives and other relevant development stakeholders in the participating countries. This report presents the findings from the exercise, based on careful analysis and aggregation of this information. It is intended to stimulate and inform policy dialogue at the country, regional and international levels, generating an evidence-base for further collective action to strengthen the contribution of effective development co-operation to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. The report confirms the importance of principles and commitments to strengthen the focus on development results, ensure country ownership of the development process and the inclusiveness of development partnerships, and enhance transparency and mutual accountability around development efforts.

Published on November 03, 2016Also available in: Spanish, French


Foreword and acknowledgements
Acronyms and abbreviations
Executive summary
Overview of the 2016 Global Partnership monitoring round
Focus on development results
Country ownership of development co-operation
Inclusive partnerships for effective development
Transparency and accountability for effective development
Data related to the Global Partnership monitoring exercise3 chapters available
Monitoring data: Countries and territories
Monitoring data: Development partners
Coverage of monitoring data
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