This event is by invitation only.
In 2018, a total of 86 partner countries and over 100 development partners participated in the Global Partnership Monitoring, thus expressing their commitment and re-confirming the relevance of the exercise.
Following the completion of the data collection and validation phases of the 2018 monitoring round and in light of the ongoing work to adapt the monitoring framework and process to specific country contexts, this event will bring relevant stakeholders together to discuss how the Global Partnership monitoring exercise is currently contributing to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, as well as how this contribution can be strengthened going forward.
Throughout the sessions, participants from partner countries, donors, academia, civil society and the private sector will reflect on the data collection process, the contents as well as the format of the monitoring exercise and identify common challenges, lessons and opportunities for the future. The workshop will analyse the relevance of the Global Partnership Monitoring for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in the context of a rapidly changing global landscape. This will include the discussion of monitoring the effectiveness of South-South cooperation as well as monitoring effectiveness in fragile contexts. Practical experience and observations made during the monitoring round 2018 in partner countries will be incorporated in the discussion to facilitate and strengthen the exchange between theory and practice.