The Busan Partnership document is supported by the broadest range of governmental, civil society, private and other actors. It sets out principles, commitments and actions that offer a foundation for effective co-operation for international development.
This report examines why donors think it is important to work with civil society organisations (CSOs), the ways they provide funds and the challenges they encounter.
Policy Statement on Integrating Biodiversity and Associated Ecosystem Services into Development Co-operation outlines 30 key actions that international donors can undertake to halt to loss of biodiversity associated ecosystems.
The Development Assistance Committee (DAC) is helping to tackle the challenge of how poorer countries can benefit more from trade and jointly with the WTO OECD will review self-assessment questionnaires sent to donors and partner countries.
This series present internationally agreed policy guidelines and suggestions from the OECD Development Assistance Committee.
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
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Principles for Evaluation of Development Assistance
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If evaluation is effectively to be integrated in the programme or project cycle, it is necessary for the Evaluation and Control Unit to cooperate with the country and sector desks and the decentralised on-site structures.
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Principios para el compromiso internacional en Estados frágiles y en situaciones de fragilidad