Matching Quantity with Quality – How can multi-stakeholder dialogue enhance financing for development
Monday 13 July 2015, H 1.15-2:45 pm, Hotel Intercontinental, Warka Room
The panel discussion will aim to showcase multi-stakeholder approaches to development partnerships from the perspective of Uganda as Co-Chair of the Building Block on managing diversity and reducing fragmentation; Kenya as a developing country; the Netherlands as GPEDC Co-Chair; Sweden as a major donor government; national and global civil society representatives (including CPDE’s Co-Chair); and global private sector. It will highlight how inclusive dialogue can help enhance FFD through stronger coordination, knowledge sharing and national and global accountability efforts. Panelists will also be able to share concrete tools for supporting multi-stakeholder dialogue and partnerships as a way to advance the outcomes of the Addis conference and the UN Summit to adopt the Post-2015 development agenda in September.
CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE), together with the Governments of Sweden and Uganda.