Effective Development Cooperation Will Deliver Africa’s Development Priorities – Kasaija

The Minister of State for Planning David Bahati has on behalf of the Minister of Finance, Matia Kasaija opened the 17th Steering Committee meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation at Speke Resort Munyonyo.

Uganda was nominated to host the 17th Steering Committee meeting during 16th Steering Committee meeting on November 30, 2018 in New York on the sidelines of the South – South Co-operation Expo.

Uganda was also appointed by the Partner States through the African Union to be the co-chair representing recipients of development cooperation of the Global Partnership. The other co-chairs are the Finance Ministers of Germany and Bangladesh.

Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) was established in 2011 and brings together governments, International Organizations, Civil society and the Private Sector to ensure that all development resources are used as effectively as possible.

Uganda’s Finance Minister expressed Uganda’s honor to co-chair the Global Partnership.

“Uganda has been a firm believer and advocate of development effectiveness since the inception of this Partnership,” said Kasaija.

Minister of State Planning David Bahati poses for a group photo with delegates at 17th GPEDC

The Kampala meeting is focusing on preparations for the 2019, Global Partnership Senior level meeting to take place in New York on 13-14 July, 2019 on the margins of the High- Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development.

The meeting is also considering the proposed monitoring approach for fragile and conflict-affected situations and endorsement of the private sector engagement principles and guidelines.



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