The Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation (the Global Partnership or GPEDC) is the primary multi-stakeholder vehicle for driving development effectiveness, to "maximize the effectiveness of all forms of co-operation for development for the shared benefits of people, planet, prosperity and peace." It brings together governments, bilateral and multilateral organizations, civil society, the private sector and representatives from parliaments and trade unions among others, who are committed to strengthening the effectiveness of their partnerships for development and the 2030 Agenda. Our Current Work Programme >
- Steering Committee members plan for the '2022 Summit on Development Effectiveness' calling for the principles to be a norm, not aspiration, in a global context
- Countries present their data coordination mechanisms and share ideas on how to more effectively resource data and statistics
- Read new case studies on the Kampala Principles in action. Using the Kampala Principles for effective private sector engagement? Submit your #CooperationinAction story today.
- Global Partnership launches 2021 Action Dialogues for Effective Development Co-operation (17 countries have confirmed their participation)
By Mr. Marc Anglade, National Coordinator of the External Aid Mechanism, Haiti