Closing Panal Statement: Lidy Nacpil (Jubilee South – Asia/Pacific Movement on Debt and Development) on behalf of the CSO FfD Group and WWG on FfD

We, participating organizations, networks and movement of the CSO FfD Group, welcomed this inaugural UN FfD Follow-up Forum and anticipated it as an opportunity for the initiation of a strengthened follow-up process of the FfD Conferences in Monterrey, Doha and Addis Ababa. The FfD process is supposed to play a pivotal role in advancing socio-economic…

Statement in Round Table F by Cordelia Lonsdale (Development Initiatives) on behalf of the CSO FfD Group and WWG on FfD

Statement on Data, monitoring and accountability My name is Cordelia Lonsdale, and I work for Development Initiatives, which is an independent organisation working on the role of data and information in ending poverty and promoting sustainable development. We have heard a lot about the potential for big data, citizen generated data to contribute to monitoring. This…

Statement in Round Table F by Omoyemen Lucia Odigie-Emmanuel (Centre for Human Rights and Climate Change Research) on behalf of the CSO FfD Group and WWG on FfD

My name is Omoyemen Lucia Odigie-Emmanuel.  I speak as a representative of the CSOs for Financing for Development Group and the Women Work Group on FFD. In order to meet the ambition of the Addis Ababa Action Agenda and to truly follow-up and review it’s implementation, access to data for monitoring and follow up is imperative.…

Statement by Martin Tsounkeu (Africa Development Interchange Network) in Round Table E on behalf of CSO FfD Group and WWG on FfD

Thank you Chair. I am Martin Tsounkeu, General Representative of Africa Development Interchange Network (ADIN), from Cameroon, Member of the CSO African Working Group (AWG), speaking on behave of the CSO FfD Group and WWG on FfD. We all know that developing countries in the current setting of international trade are raw commodity-suppliers. This keeps…