Des partenariats efficaces entre les gouvernements, le secteur privé et la société civile sont nécessaire pour programme de développement durable réussi. Ces partenariats inclusifs construits sur des principes et des valeurs, une vision commune et des objectifs communs qui placent les peuples et la planète au centre, sont nécessaires au niveau mondial, régional, national et local.
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Since the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness, developing countries and donors have increasingly favoured the development of sectoral aid, which represents a substantially different approach from the way aid was ...
Fostering Impact Evaluation at the Agence Française de Développement: a process of building in-house ownership and capacities
In 2006, the Evaluation Unit of the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) was incorporated into the Research Department in order to integrate a research strand into the work of ...
Analysis, Monitoring, and Evaluation of Contributions to Social Change - Meaningfully measuring international solidarity and decentralized cooperation
There are many actors in the field of international solidarity and decentralized development cooperation who seek to orient or contribute to "social change". While they agree that social change cannot ...
Since the CICID (Inter-ministerial Committee for International Co-operation and Development) meeting in 2005, sectoral capacity-building now falls under AFD’s responsibility/remit. At the same time, technical assistance has become an ...
AFD has a dual mandate to finance sustainable development and produce knowledge. The second aspect of this mandate aims to enhance strategies and provide concrete responses to the challenges of ...
The "2006 Institutional Profiles" database offers a battery of 356 variables for 85 developing, in transition and developed countries, accounting for 90% of the world‘s GDP and population. A first version of the ...
Aid for trade is intended to support the integration of developing countries into the world trading system. Although this form of aid is being hailed as a promising new development ...
The innovative World Bank Report Mind, Society, and Behavior (WDR 2015) offers great prospects, focusing on the way in which human beings act according to the meaning they give to situations ...
In the poorest countries, the weak capacities of project initiators, both public (ministries, local authorities) and private (banks, local companies, professional organizations), are often the first barriers to rapid, sustainable ...