Download PDF by OECD: 2008 DAC Report on Multilateral Aid

By OECD

ISBN-10: 9264097325

ISBN-13: 9789264097322

Show description

Read Online or Download 2008 DAC Report on Multilateral Aid PDF

Similar nonfiction_2 books

Download e-book for iPad: Landscape Architect's Pocket Book, Volume 1 by Siobhan Vernon, Nicola Garmory, Rachel Tennant

An essential device for all panorama architects, this time-saving consultant solutions the main commonly asked questions in a single pocket-sized quantity. it's a concise, easy-to-read reference that provides speedy entry to quite a lot of details wanted each day, either out on website and within the place of work.

Download e-book for iPad: The Star Hyacinths by James H. Schmitz

On a bleak, far away uncharted global ships lay wrecked and a lone guy stared at a celebrity hyacinth. Its brilliance burned into his retina . . . and he knew that males may perhaps simply kill and kill for that one good looks on my own.

The Dead Sea Scrolls Reader, Vol. 4: Calendrical and - download pdf or read online

This version offers for the 1st time all of the non-biblical Qumran texts categorised in accordance with their genres, including English translations. of those texts, a few twenty weren't formerly released. The Hebrew-Aramaic texts during this version are frequently in response to the FARMS database of Brigham younger collage, which, in its flip, displays the textual content variations of the traditional scrolls with nice precision, together with sleek diacritical symptoms.

Additional info for 2008 DAC Report on Multilateral Aid

Example text

Recognising the need to promote donor collaboration and reduce transaction costs, in 2004 the ILO Governing Body adopted a strategy to mobilise voluntary contributions. In June 2006, the International Labour Conference reaffirmed that technical co-operation will continue to be the major means whereby the ILO will realise its objectives. The “Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization” (ILO, 2008) will be the guide and instrument for allocating resources to demand-driven and nationally-owned implementation of the Decent Work Agenda, in line with aid effectiveness principles.

4 fragile states total non-core (excl. fragile states) Source: Creditor Reporting System data on channel of delivery for 17 DAC members; partial reports from France and Japan. UK, Spain and Ireland are not included as these countries did not report channel of delivery data to CRS. Canada, Denmark, and Luxembourg are not included since they only report channel names and not codes. 4 shows, compared to bilateral aid, the distribution of aid from multilateral agencies to countries by income differs even more than the regional distribution.

Effectiveness means that the multilateral should contribute to agreed goals, and that the activities should be results-oriented and use aid resources effectively. The Strategy emphasises effectiveness as embodied in the Paris Declaration, such as a focus on results, evaluation, reliable auditing, co-ordination with other development actors and the private sector, and respect for national ownership. Sweden will assess multilateral partners according to these criteria for relevance and effectiveness.

Download PDF sample

2008 DAC Report on Multilateral Aid by OECD


by Kevin
4.3

Rated 4.47 of 5 – based on 10 votes