Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation Community

GPEDC Second Round of Monitoring (2015-2016)

Please find here a repository of documents related to the UNDP-OECD Joint Support Team’s ongoing work to refine the monitoring framework and prepare for the Second Monitoring Round, which kicked off in September 2015.

Please note that these documents are works in progress, and that  they will be updated as new versions become available.

[CLOSED] e-Consultation: Monitoring Indicators and Framework

Please find here the archive of an online consultation on the Monitoring Advisory Group's (MAG) Proposals for Revising the GPEDC Indicators and Monitoring Framework.

The consultation ran from 11 April until 9 May 2016 at 11:59pm Eastern Standard Time.

GPEDC Side Event at FfD Follow-Up Forum

GPEDC Side Event at the ECOSOC Financing for Development Follow-Up Forum

Contributing to the effective implementation of the 2030 Agenda: Towards the second High-Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation

18 April 2016 - 1:15-2:30pm

More information here.

GPEDC Side Event at World Bank and IMF Spring Meetings

GPEDC Side Event at the World Bank and IMF Spring Meetings

Cooperation for Effective Development in the 2030 Era: Developing Country Perspectives

17 April 2016 - 10:00-11:30am

More information here.

Monitoring Advisory Group (MAG) Information


Please find here for general informational and technical materials on the MAG, including background and meeting documents. 



The Busan Partnership is grounded in the idea that there are four main principles that form the foundation of effective development co-operation and achieving common goals. These principles are: 

a)      Ownership of development priorities by developing countries

b)      Focus on results

c)      Inclusive development partnerships

d)     Transparency and mutual accountability

Tell us about the activities you are carrying out or how you are supporting partner countries in implementing the Busan Principles. If you are a partner country government, please share your experience in making the Busan Principles a reality and what lessons you have learnt in the process.  

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Country Examples

Please click here for examples on how the Busan Commitments are implemented at the country-level.

GPEDC Contributing Partners

In its capacity as a global knowledge broker, the GPEDC and its stakeholders regularly organise regional consultations and events. Many thanks to our Contributing Partners who have contributed to the GPEDC UNDP-OECD Joint Support Team in support of these events. Please click here for a full accounting of these donors and the knowledge-sharing events that they have supported with their kind contributions

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Featured Country Story

Click here to read this month's featured country story on Burkina Faso's 2nd National Survey for Effective Development Cooperation. 

Global Partnership Blog

Click here to access the Global Partnership Blog!

 Recent guest authors have included Hideaki Mizukoshi, Deputy Director-General of the International Cooperation Bureau within the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Amb. Jeroen Verheul of the Netherlands; Kaarina Immonen, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Representative in Laos; GP Co-Chairs Ministers Greening, Okonjo-Iweala, and Alisjahbana; Lithuanian Foreign Affairs Minister Linkevičius; USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah;  academics and thought leaders like Jonathan Glennie; and  similarly high-profile practitioners.

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