Third High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness

Date: 2-4 September 2008
Venue: Accra, Ghana,

In September 2008, ministers from over 100 countries, heads of bilateral and multilateral development agencies, donor organizations, and civil society organizations from around the world will gather in Accra for the Third High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (2-4 September). Their common objective is to help developing countries and marginalized people in their fight against poverty by making aid more transparent, accountable and results-oriented. The Third High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (Third HLF) will:

  • review progress in improving aid effectiveness
  • broaden the dialogue to newer actors
  • chart a course for continuing international action on aid effectiveness

2 thoughts on “Third High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness”

  1. From DACnews:

    “Are we ready for Accra… and more important, for what lies beyond? The Third High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness will set the stage for several meetings that will be critical to achieving our development goals.

    In previous editions of DACnews, we have provided regular updates on the preparations for the Third High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (Accra, Ghana 2-4 September). In this, our last DACnews before the meeting, we offer an insider’s view of many of the issues that will be shaping the discussions there. What are the priorities being decided on by donors and developing countries as they shape the Accra Agenda for Action? What is the latest monitoring survey telling us about progress since 2005? Where do donors need to step up their efforts? Jan Cedergren, Chair of the DAC Working Party on Aid Effectiveness, also joins us via a special interview to offer his perspective on where aid is heading.”

  2. does some one has articles on policy and strategy level monitoring and evaluation. that is, monitoring and evaluation beyond output and outcome indicators


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