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Susana Martins posted Information 30 April 2013

You have now available, in the website of Eurostat, in the section of Statistics Explained, the Outline of Knowledge of the Guide to Statistics in European Commission Development Cooperation.

Christos Marazopoulos started a Debate 15 May 2017

The Evaluation Report on Joint Programming has been published and its message is that Joint Programming is valuable, it should be continued, but it can be improved.

Dorothee Fischer created a new WIKI page 5 September 2018
After the multistakeholder meeting held in Dakar in October 2016, the Policy Forum on Development (PFD) returned to Africa for a regional meeting which took place in Gaborone, Botswana from 8 - 10 October 2018.
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The next global meeting of the Policy Forum on Development will take place in Brussels from 13 and 15 March 2019. Follow our page for more detailed information on the contents and agenda.

Marc LINTS posted news 5 March 2019

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Le Groupe « Kiltir Kreol » a été installé sur LinkedIn pour permettre aux initiatives des personnes et institutions intéressées de par le monde à y participer.

Christos Marazopoulos posted Information 20 July 2018

We are delighted to share with you the new Joint Programming Guidance - a collection of good practices from around the world, offering examples and templates and addressing issues that are frequently raised by EU and EU Member States field staff when engaging in Joint Programming.

Caroline Garcia posted Information 16 June 2017

For the first time, the PFD participated in this year's European Development Days (EDD), Europe’s leading forum on developm

Capacity4dev Team created a new Article 19 January 2015
Last summer, the European Union released an Evaluation policy for development cooperation. Entitled Evaluation Matters, it notably emphasizes the “Evaluation First principle” which means that good intervention and policy must always be based on robust evidence. Drafting this policy was “quite a learning experience as collectively we had to rethink how to work to ensure the purpose, objective and usefulness of evaluation can be better understood,” said Philippe Loop, Head of the Evaluation Unit for International Cooperation and Development (DEVCO) at the European Commission.
Linking urgent humanitarian aid with long-term development assistance will be central to a first-of-its-kind Trust Fund organised by the European Commission to mobilise international donors in the Central African Republic (CAR).  

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