The thematic goal of this portfolio is to: “influence the quality, impact and effectiveness of international public finance, in line with the agreed development cooperation effectiveness principles”. There is growing consensus that development finance should follow the principles set out in the Busan Partnership agreement (2011), The Addis Ababa Agenda for Action (2015) and the United Nations Sustainable development goals (SDGs) framework (2015). The post-2015 agenda will require international public finance (IPF) to catalyse country level development. After the adoption of the SDGs in 2015 the challenge is how to finance them. In dealing with this challenge all sources of finance (domestic and external, public and private) will need to be seen as complements, not substitutes and be mobilized and used more effectively in support of the internationally agreed sustainable development goals. The proliferation of multiple providers of development finance brings in its merits and demerits.
AFRODAD works to influence the quality, impact and effectiveness of international public finance, in line with the agreed development cooperation effectiveness principles towards the development agenda.
Strategic Objective 1: To influence African governments and development partners to implement development effectiveness principles and practices
Strategic Objective 2: To enhance the capacity of governments to understand and engage generic tadalafil online on implications of public finance from emerging sources and monitor its development on poverty reduction.
Strategic Objective 3: To built capacity to understand the implications and develop frameworks for Publicly Supported Private Finance and Public Private Partnerships and public private partnerships that contribute to sustainable development.