Two years after the release of its research into the efficacy of the pandemic response, the CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE) looks back at its recommendations, wrapping up its work on COVID-19.
This concise series offers recommendations and analysis grounded in the development effectiveness principles for CSOs. These insights prioritise the principles of ‘leaving no one behind’ and adopting human rights-based and feminist-based approaches.
The effects of stringent measures and the absence of robust social safety nets continue to reverberate within civil society, intensifying disparities, and exacerbating challenges within the realms of economy, healthcare, and education.
To propel progress within the framework of the 2030 Agenda and empower community-driven transformation, governments and influential stakeholders must commit to effective development cooperation, including advancing an enabling environment for civil society.