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Toward country-led development : a multi-partner evaluation of the CDF (Japanese)

This issue is based on the publication entitled, Toward Country-Led Development: A Multi-Partner Evaluation of the Comprehensive Development Framework. The evaluation was designed and overseen by a 30-member Steering Committee drawn from a broad array of stakeholders representing donor and recipient countries, multilateral agencies, and civil society and private sector organizations, and guided by a five-person management committee. Central to the Comprehensive Development Framework (CDF) is the belief that the way aid is delivered, not just its content, has an important influence on its effectiveness, and that poverty reduction is the fundamental goal of international aid. The CDF consists of four principles-a long-term, holistic development framework; results orientation; country ownership; and country-led partnership each of which responds to past development assistance shortcomings and presents an approach for improvement. A recent multi-stakeholder evaluation of the CDF tracked its progress, and crafted recommendations to inform its continuing implementation.

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McEuen, Caroline [editor]

Toward country-led development : a multi-partner evaluation of the CDF (Japanese). OED precis ; no. 233 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/724191468326676931/Toward-country-led-development-a-multi-partner-evaluation-of-the-CDF