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Wednesday, 20 January 2010

Mutual Review of Development Effectiveness in Africa Report 2009

The Mutual Review of Development Effectiveness in Africa Report 2009 is both an exercise in 'mutual accountability'- assessing what has been done to deliver on commitments to Africa's development, and a review of 'development effectiveness'- assessing what results have been achieved. It is also intended to be of practical use to political leaders in looking forward to the key policy challenges ahead. The review has been undertaken jointly by task teams from UNECA and OECD, in close consultation with the NEPAD Secretariat, and with inputs from African and international institutions and civil society.  It is intended to answer four basic questions: What are the main commitments which have been made by Africa and its development partners?; Have these been delivered?; What have the results been?; What are now the key future policy priorities? 

Source: OECD