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Accra Conference on Aid Effectiveness

Fahmida Khatun.

Accra Conference on Aid Effectiveness

perspectives from Bangladesh

by Fahmida Khatun.

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Published by Centre for Policy Dialogue in Dhaka .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic assistance -- Bangladesh -- Congresses,
  • Economic assistance -- Bangladesh -- Statistics -- Congresses,
  • Bangladesh -- Economic policy -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFahmida Khatun.
    GenreStatistics
    SeriesCPD occasional paper series -- 76
    ContributionsCentre for Policy Dialogue (Bangladesh)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC440.8.A5-.Z6 (H17)+
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31 p. ;
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23555313M
    LC Control Number2009311620

      On the first two days of the HLF-3, there was a series of nine Roundtables covering the key issues in aid effectiveness, from country ownership to managing aid in situations of conflict and fragility. On the third day of the Forum, ministers endorsed the Accra Agenda for Action.   Alexander will unveil the initiative at an international conference on aid effectiveness in Accra, Ghana, where he said: "We see this as an important first step to increase certainty for both.

    towards aid effectiveness conference: making harmonization, alignment and coordination work for kenya. a national multistakeholder conferencea jointly organized by reality of aid – africa (roa-africa) and kenya debt relief network (kendren). sarova stanely hotel, nairobi 11th november Editorial - At last the Third High Level Conference on Aid Effectiveness ended in Accra Thursday with both donors and recipients agreeing to work together to help poor countries across the world.

    Global Youth Diplomats Conference, an annual congress of youth across the globe, organised by the International Model Diplomats for Integrated Development. International Model Diplomats for Integrated Development (IMDID) is a non-profit corporation that was created in to maintain and administer youth mentorship and development programs. The main objectives of HLF-4 were to review progress on implementing the commitments and targets set by the Paris Declaration and Accra Agenda for Action, and to determine a future development cooperation framework to improve aid effectiveness in the broader context of development effectiveness.


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Accra Conference on Aid Effectiveness by Fahmida Khatun. Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE ACCRA AGENDA FOR ACTION. THE ACCRA AGENDA FOR ACTION (AAA) The AAA hinges on three main themes: • Ownership: Countries determine their own development strategies by playing a more active role in designing development policies, and take a stronger leadership role in co-ordinating Size: KB.

Downloadable. This paper seeks to articulate the perspectives from Bangladesh as an aid recipient country on the evolving international aid system and more particularly on the Accra agenda.

Based on secondary information from various sources including the Economic Relations Division, Ministry of Finance (MoF), OECD DAC Survey and Economic Review of the Ministry of Finance this paper briefly. This book is a resource for implementing the recommendations on civil society and aid effectiveness emerging from the Accra High Level Forum and its preparatory process.

These recommendations address a broad community, including developing country governments, donors, and CSOs from developing and developed countries. Accra Conference on Aid Effectiveness: Perspectives from Bangladesh, at the BRAC Centre Inn Auditorium, Dhaka.

The Chief Guest at the dialogue was Dr A B Mirza Azizul. Beyond its principles on effective aid, the Paris Declaration () lays out a practical, action-oriented roadmap to improve the quality of aid and its impact on development.

It puts in place a series of specific implementation measures and establishes a monitoring system to assess progress and ensure that donors and recipients hold each other.

The Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness Roberto Bissio* I. Introduction: the Paris Declaration is not a global partnership for development The Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness was adopted in and reaffirmed in Accra1 in at ministerial-level forums convened by the Organi-sation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).File Size: KB.

Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness 1 I. Statement of Resolve 1 II. Partnership Commitments Ownership Alignment Harmonisation 6 Managing for Results 7 Mutual Accountability 8 III.

Indicators of Progress 9 Appendix A 11 Methodological Notes on the Indicators of Progress 11 Appendix B 12 List of participating Countries and Organisations 12File Size: KB.

At the Third High Level Forum (Accra, ), an unprecedented alliance of development partners – developing and donor countries, emerging economies, UN and multilateral institutions, global funds and civil society organisations - participated in discussions, broadening the stakeholders in the aid effectiveness agenda.

The forum emphasised the need to deepen implementation towards the goals. The Fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (HLF-4) which took place in Busan, Korea, from 29 November to 1 December was the culmination of a process initiated with the High Level Forum in Paris in (with a prelude in Rome in ) and followed by the Accra Forum in File Size: 3MB.

Paris Declaration and Accra Agenda for Action. At the Second High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness () it was recognised that aid could - and should - be producing better impacts. The Paris Declaration was endorsed in order to base development efforts on first-hand experience of. Cooperation Forum (30 June – 1 July), the High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in Accra (2–4 September) and the UN Financing for Development Conference in Doha (29 November – 2.

The Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness was adopted in and reaffirmed in Accra in at ministerial-level forums convened by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Author: Roberto Bissio.

Primer No. 6 Aid Effectiveness and Women’s Rights Series In civil society organizations (CSOs) bore witness to the signing of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness the most recent agreement by donor and recipient countries to reform the delivery and management of aid monies in order to strengthen impact and effectiveness.

Inthree international conferences will help us accelerate the pace of change: the Accra High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, the United Nations High Level Event on the MDGs in New York, and the Financing for Development follow-up meeting in Doha.

Today at Accra, we are leading the way, united in a common objective: to unlock the full. Inthree international conferences will help us accelerate the pace of change: the Accra High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, the United Nations MDG Summit in New York and the Financing for Development follow-up meeting in Doha.

• The Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness (PD) and Accra Agenda for Action (AAA) reflect development community’s determination to increase aid effectiveness, and development effectiveness.

Effectiveness inwhich emphasized that donors should move fast towards aid coordination to accelerate progress with aid effectiveness and MDG attainment. The year was also a very special year for development aid and development finance in general, in view of the Third High-Level Meeting onAid Effectiveness, held in Accra inCited by:   Aid Effectiveness and Governance: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Related Books.

Also absent from the official aid effectiveness Accra HLF were the innovative market. venes in Accra in Septembermay contribute something new to cur-rent efforts to make aid more effective.

And it may not. Either way, the debate on the implications of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness will continue. Questions will persist about the adequacy of the basic Paris formula: country ownership of development.

The Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness () and the Accra Agenda for Action () (; 23 pages) [French] [Portuguese] [Russian] [Spanish] Abstract.

In Februaryinternational community came together at the Paris High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, hosted by the French government and organized by the OECD. IHP+ puts international principles for aid effectiveness and development cooperation set forth in the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness, Accra Agenda for Action and Busan Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation into practice in the health sector by encouraging wide support for a single national health strategy or plan, a single monitoring and evaluation framework, and a strong emphasis .better Aid Aid Effectiveness A ProgrEss rEPort on imPlEmEnting (DAC) known as the Working Party on Aid Effectiveness.

The full text of this book is available on line via these links: Third High-Level Forum to be held in Accra in Septemberis intended to underpin.The Ghana CSO Forum supported by the CSO International Steering Group will organise a large parallel conference in Accra on aid effectiveness.

This conference will bring together participants and it will take place on the 30th August to the 1st September. Main CSO demands on aid effectiveness. Two key CSO position papers to Accra have been.