The development finance landscape has changed dramatically since the Paris and Busan Declarations. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have raised global development ambitions; traditional donor-recipient distinctions have evolved into partnerships; new finance providers have emerged; and a growing share of development finance is now provided by actors such as the private sector who may have little understanding of development effectiveness principles.
We need to build a new consensus on development effectiveness that's fit for the SDG era - a consensus that draws on the evidence of the past decade and reflects the realities of development finance today.
Ahead of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation meeting in Nairobi the following month, join ministers, senior officials, development strategists and leading international thinkers to help shape the new agenda on development effectiveness.
Confirmed speakers include:
- H.E. Mr Goodall Edward Gondwe @DevCooperation – Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, Malawi and Co-Chair of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation
- Henry Rotich @HKRotich – Cabinet Secretary to the National Treasury, Kenya
- Gina Casar Perez @gcasar – Executive Director, AMEXCID, Mexico
- Ambassador Jeroen Verheul @Verheul_Jeroen – Special envoy of the Co-Chair of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation, Netherlands
- Gülden Türköz-Cosslett @GuldenTC - Deputy Assistant Administrator, UNDP
- Heng Chou – Director, Policy and Aid Coordination, Council for the Development of Cambodia
- Gwen Hines @gwenhinesDFID – Director for International Relations, DFID
- Brenda Killen @bmnellik – Deputy Director, Development Co-Operation Directorate, OECD
Follow #2016CAPE to join the debate and email Sarah Parker ([email protected]) for more information.