What will the OECD DAC stoop to next?

What will the OECD DAC stoop to next?

It’s that time of year again: CONCORD is busy preparing its annual AidWatch report. It is a key monitoring and accountability tool, looking into how much Official Development Assistance, or ODA, the EU (really) gives to partner countries, how effective it is and whether the EU and its Member States are serious about trying to leave no one behind, the hallowed principle of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Today, less than one euro out of 5 reaches least developing countries. OECD, time to reverse the trend.

Today, less than one euro out of 5 reaches least developing countries. OECD, time to reverse the trend.

Ahead of the DAC high-level meeting, CONCORD encourages the OECD to ensure aid maintains a laser focus on eradicating poverty and sustainable development for all. The outcomes of the meeting could reinforce current worrying trends for EU aid: decrease of aid to least developed countries, increase of conditionality and securitisation of aid as well as an increase of in-donor country costs reported.

Call for consultants: AidWatch Report 2017

Do you have experience in working with quantitative and quality data analysis and excellent English writing and editing skills? Are you acquainted with EU Development Cooperation issues? If you possess all these skills and knowledge, you completely fit the profile of our next AidWatch Report consultant. Send your application by April 12th at noon (CET).