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  • All development actors are adapting to a new era of addressing intertwined challenges – the pandemic, a deepening climate emergency, and many economic shocks. Partnerships that are based on the principles of effectiveness - country owned, focused on results, involves all types of partners, and are transparent and accountable - are critical to helping us build back better together in the second half of the 2030 Agenda.


  • The Global Partnership’s evidence and dialogues has shown that principles-based effective co-operation that is tailored to each country’s unique context can strengthen trust that in turn leads to impactful partnerships, more effective use of resources, and better results in countries. In this context, at SDG mid-point, the Global Partnership’s 2022 Effective Development Co-operation Summit (12-14 December 2022, hybrid/Geneva) will present its evidence and focus on realizing effective co-operation at the country level while also ensuring it targets those furthest behind.


  • First off, the Global Partnership Action Dialogues, held during COVID, have shown the potential of government-led, multi-stakeholder dialogues in tackling key challenges, strengthening mutual trust among partners and forging collective actions to make partnerships for sustainable development more effective.


  • Second, through new case studies in Bangladesh, Colombia, the Philippines, and Uganda, the Global Partnership Business Leaders Caucus has shown the role of the private sector in tackling pandemic challenges. More specifically, the cases showed how the successful application of the Kampala Principles for effective private sector engagement in development co-operation can help solve development challenges for communities who are most in need.


  • Third, Global Partnership is the sole contributor for data on three SDG indicators; one under Goal 5, gender equality, and two under Goal 17, partnerships for the goals, as part of its flagship monitoring exercise. The reformed exercise, to be launched in 2023, recognizes the importance of LNOB and puts more emphasis on using the results of the exercise for behavior change at the country level.