Inclusive Partnerships in Africa: A Country Mapping Exercise
GPEDC recently affirmed its focus on the implementation of Busan commitments and inclusive development by taking an in-depth look at improving global and country-level multistakeholder partnerships for development. These steps are intended to ensure that the GPEDC continues to offer an accountability mechanism that is relevant to the Post-2015 processes. In addition, the GPEDC can make a powerful contribution to the key UN discussions on the Post-2015 development goals and indicators, financing for development, the post- 2015 development agenda and climate change, among other crucial discussions. By positioning itself as a catalyst to accelerate the implementation of the agreements that will come out of these processes, the GPEDC can make a stronger impact on the lives of people living in poverty, down to the country level. As part of its contribution to this process, Reality of Aid Africa Network (RoA Africa) plans to do the following:-
Scope of work
This exercise aims to bring out how the role of CSOs and other stakeholders in inclusive partnerships can be further strengthened as part of an effective development cooperation process and the post-2015 agenda. RoA Africa shall oversee the overall research assignment, and will use it to promote an evidence-based approach where we will draw on a rich source of experiences, generated in a few countries from all the four sub-regions, demonstrating the potential of Inclusive partnerships to enrich the development effectiveness agenda.
§ Assess the structural, legal, policy space and institutional framework for the existing partnership, indicating who the main players are
§ Seek specific actions that the multistakeholders can take to ensure that they fully utilize the opportunities that inclusive partnerships present to promote development effectiveness at country level