CPDE Road to Effective Development Co-operation Summit 2022

Rome Declaration on Harmonisation
During the First High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, the Rome Declaration on Harmonisation was endorsed. It centered around key principal commitments which include ensuring that development assistance with partner country profiles, and reviewing and amending policy, procedures, and practice to facilitate harmonisation.
Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness
Adoption of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness, which established a monitoring system to assess progress and ensure that the donors and recipients hold each other accountable for their commitments.
Accra Agenda
for Action
The Accra Agenda for Action was endorsed by countries that participated in the Third High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in Ghana. The said document recognised the vital role of CSOs as development actors in their own right.
Busan Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation
The Busan Development Effectiveness Principles established the need for an EDC framework that would emphasise the contribution, responsibilities, ang unique roles of all stakeholders in development.
Mexico HLM Communique
The First High-Level Meeting (HLMI) of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation was held in Mexico City. The outcome of this meeting was the Mexico Communique, which called on all development actors to pursue concrete actions towards inclusive and sustainable development results.
Nairobi Outcome Document
During the Second GPEDC High Level Meeting, the Nairobi Declaration was approved. It pushed for universalising EDC and asked for accountability of all development actors in their commitments, with emphasis on the message of leaving no one behind.
GPEDC Co-Chairs Statement (New York)
True to its multistakeholders nature, GPEDC formalised the creation of the Non-Executive Co-Chair position that represents all non-State constituents. The Partnership also moved to focus its work at/on the country-level and created a workstream to improved and implement the Global Action Plan (GAP) as means to use the monitoring results, and to place a renewed and strengthened emphasis on time-bound targets of the effectiveness agenda.


The Formulation of Istanbul Principles, a statement of common values and approaches that should guide CSOs as independent actors. The principles are centered on core concepts of human rights, social justice, gender equality, democratic ownership, and environmental sustainability.

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