Second Regional Meeting on Aid Effectiveness to Promote New Vision for Development
|Location:||Sheraton Hotel, Tunis, Tunisia|
“To increase resource mobilization and broaden their tax base, African states need to persuade their citizens that their taxes are being used for public good. Many observers see this implicit bargain between state and citizen as fundamental to democratic development,” Mr. Kaberuka said. Read More
|Donald Kaberuka||Ibrahim Mayaki|
Tunis, 1 November 2010 – The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group will host the Second Regional Meeting on Aid Effectiveness, South-South Cooperation and Capacity Development, in Tunis from 4-5 November 2010.
The meeting is co-organized with the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency and it will be attended by delegates from across Africa, including ministers, senior government officials, parliamentarians, civil society representatives, the private sector and the academia. It is designed to be highly interactive and participatory so as to provide participants an opportunity to discuss in detail a range of issues, from “accountability” to promoting a vision of development that puts financing for development— rather than aid— at its centre.
Its outcomes will help consolidate the continent’s strategies, agenda and emerging positions for the Fourth High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (HLF-4) in Busan, South Korea, in November 2011.
Besides the AfDB President, Kaberuka, and the NEPAD CEO, Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, the event will be attended by Cape Verde’s finance minister, Cristina Duarte; the Democratic Republic of Congo’s planning minister, Olivier Kamitatu Etsu, and Kenya’s public service minister of state, Dalmas Otioeno.
Aid effectiveness aims to achieve development results on the ground by focusing on measurable targets. It includes conditionality, capacity building and support for improved governance.
- Africa Should Reduce Aid-Dependency and Explore Alternative Sources of Development Finance – AfDB President Donald Kaberuka
- Second Regional Meeting on Aid Effectiveness - Participants Reactions
- Accountability is Key to Successful Development Programmes
- State Reform is Key to our Development, Says Cape Verde’s Finance Minister
- Interview with Dr. Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, Chief Executive Officer, NEPAD Agency
- South-South Cooperation: Why this Growing Interest?
- Aid Effectiveness Conference: Africa’s Future Lies in Self-Reliance
- Counting More on Changing Mindsets Rather than on Financial Resources to Promote Sustainable Development
- Presentation - Advancing AE/SSC/CD knowledge exchange and mutual learning for Collective Action (594 kB)
- Presentation - Road from Accra to Busan: A Korean Perspective (3.29 MB)
- Tunis, Tunisia - November 4, 2010 - NEPAD CEO Closing Remarks at the Second Regional Meeting on Aid Effectiveness (115 kB)
- Tunis, Tunisia - November 4, 2010 - Closing Presentation by Chief Operating Officer at the Second Regional Meeting on Aid Effectiveness (100 kB)
- Tunis, Tunisia - November 4, 2010 - Key Note Address by Ibrahim Assane at the Second Regional Meeting on Aid Effectiveness (206 kB)
- The Tunis Consensus: Targeting Effective Development from Aid Effectiveness to Development Effectiveness (1.62 MB)
- Tunis, Tunisia - November 4, 2010 - Statement by AfDB President at the Second Regional Meeting on Aid Effectiveness (177 kB)
- Tunis, Tunisia - November 4, 2010 - Statement by Kenya’s Public Service Minister of State, H.E. Dalmas Otioeno at the Second Regional Meeting on Aid Effectiveness (99 kB)
- Programme (1.30 MB)
- Paris declaration on Aid Effectiveness (251 kB)
- Issues Paper (2.12 MB)
- Implementing the Paris Declaration Commitments and Building on the Accra Agenda for Action (190 kB)
- Accra Agenda for Action (888 kB)