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National Aid Policies: Key Pillars of Mutual Accountability

Inter-Parliamentary Union • 2015 EN
Uploaded by GPEDC • 26 March 2019

An inclusive and fully owned aid policy establishing the overall framework for development cooperation at the country level, agreed to by all key stakeholders, is essential for implementing international commitments on maximizing the effectiveness and results of development cooperation.
As a partner in the DCF and a member of the Steering Committee of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC), the IPU has commissioned this basic guidance note for development cooperation practitioners and stakeholders, including governments, parliamentarians, civil society and providers of development cooperation. The note aims to make stakeholders better advocates for the adoption or improvement of national aid policies, participating in their implementation and taking measures to strengthen mutual accountability. It draws on a detailed review of 26 national aid policies, some cited as best practice examples.
 

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