Action Dialogues 2021 for Effective Development Co-operation

Confirmed Countries

Afghanistan
(Ministry of Finance)

Burkina Faso 
(Ministry of Economy, Finance and Development)

Colombia
(Presidential Agency of International Cooperation)

Côte d’Ivoire
(Ministry of Planning and Development)

Democratic Republic of Congo
(Ministry of Planning)

Guinea
(Ministry of African Cooperation and Integration)

Haiti
(Ministry of Planning and External Cooperation)

Liberia
(Ministry of Finance and Development Planning)

Lao PDR
(Ministry of Planning and Investment)

Nepal
(Ministry of Finance)

Nigeria
(Ministry of Budget and National Planning)

Rwanda
(Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning)

Senegal
(Ministry of Economy, Planning and Cooperation)

What is an Action Dialogue?

Led by partner country governments, an Action Dialogue aims to bring stakeholders together at country level to build a shared understanding on why effectiveness matters and how to urgently scale up effective partnerships to maximise development impact for COVID-19 recovery and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) implementation.

In addition to making development co-operation more effective at country level, these Dialogues will build momentum toward the Global Partnership’s Third High-Level Meeting in 2022. 

Reach out to the Joint Support Team at monitoring@effectivecooperation.org for further support.