A recent conversation with Bart Édes, North America’s Representative to the Asian Development Bank.
The 2019 International Policy Ideas Challenge has officially been launched!
Please share with your networks (note that indeterminate employees of the Government of Canada and any GAC employees (including students, terms and casuals) are not eligible).
The new Global Affairs Canada Policy on Cost-Sharing for Grant and Non-Repayable Contribution Agreements is now available on the Contracting Publication section of the website.
The OECD DAC Network on Development Evaluation is currently exploring how the DAC Evaluation Criteria can be adapted to the new development context and landscape. They would like to engage with stakeholders in the evaluation profession and the broader development community. More details about this initiative can be found here: https://dacevaluationcriteria.org/
In particular, the OECD would like to capture the many diverse perspectives on the following questions:
The United Nations and the World Bank Group signed a Strategic Partnership Framework (SPF), which consolidates their joint commitment to cooperate in helping countries implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Some members have expressed concern about this issue and we wanted to let them know that there is a petition before Parliament if they want to add their voice to the debate and your signature to the petition.
Global Affairs Canada is seeking implementing partner(s)
In search of an experienced firm, able to support us in all the process, especially in the implementation of a Winning Culture through re-defining the Bank’s belief systems and co-creating its Leadership Brand & Leadership Competencies/Creed.
Preliminary proposals - Partnerships for Her Voice, Her Choice - to improve comprehensive sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), with a focus on women and adolescent girls, in developing countries.