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African Consensus and Position on Development Effectiveness

African Union Commission and NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency
November 2011

African Consensus and Position on Development Effectiveness

African Union Commission and NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency
November 2011

The development of this African Consensus and Position is a result of the resolve by Africans to present a common and informed voice in reforming aid delivery from the Continent’s own development vision and priorities.
The African Union Commission and NEPAD Agency acknowledge the specific institutional efforts and technical support of lead contributing actors in shaping
partnerships for the Post Busan agenda, namely ; African Countries, Regional Economic Communities, United Nations Development Programme, Economic Commission for Africa, African Development Bank, World Bank Institute, Trust Africa, UN Women, CD Alliance, Learning Network on Capacity Development, Network of African Parliamentarians, Oxfam-GB, OECD/DAC, African civil
society, African Capacity Building Foundation, Task Team on South-South Cooperation (TT-SSC), Governments of Germany through GIZ, the Flemish, and Switzerland, through SDC.

The African Consensus and Position on DE benefitted further from direct inputs of the African Union/Economic Commission for Africa Conference of Ministers of Finance, Economic Development and Planning ; Franco-phone West
African countries and the Caucus of Developing Countries in the OECD/DAC Working Party on AE with the related Cairo Consensus and Partner Country Position.

Participants from the Africa Regional engagements in Pretoria, March 2010 through Tunis in November 2010 and in Addis Ababa in September 2011, provided valuable core inputs for this first ever common African Position on
Development Effectiveness.

Publié le 3 janvier 2013