AfCoP’s Contribution. Putting Development Results First in Africa. Solomon Mhlanga, Zimbabwe Meeting of the AfCoP - MfDR May 24, 2011 – Nairobi, Kenya. ROADMAP TO EFFECTIVE MFDR. 2003. 2005. 2008. 2011. CHALLENGES IN ACHIEVING RESULTS THROUGH AID.
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Solomon Mhlanga, Zimbabwe
Meeting of the AfCoP-MfDR
May 24, 2011 – Nairobi, Kenya
Aid is a catalyst for development. However, it can incur:
The Five 2005 Paris Declaration Principles:
Developing countries take the lead in determining goals and priorities of their own development.
Developing countries develop national development strategies and donors must support and use strengthened country systems, for data collection.
Donors coordinate their actions to avoid duplication and adopt common procedures for aid delivery.
Developing and donor countries are mutually accountable for results.
Developing and donor countries focus on achieving and measuring development results.
The 2010 Tunis Consensus:
A focus on results: