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Friday, 29 April 2011

Presentation of the main orientations of French cooperation for the next ten years

Henri de Raincourt, French Minister of Cooperation, has released the framework document “Development Cooperation: a French Vision”. France’s cooperation strategy aims to meet the challenge of how to control globalization and guarantee the environmental balance of the planet over the long term by focusing on four core objectives: to promote sustainable and equitable growth for the most disadvantaged populations; to combat poverty and inequalities; to preserve global public goods; to guarantee global stability and the Rule of Law. France is seeking global solutions to these challenges and is now one of the only countries in the world to use not only traditional official development assistance tools, but also long-term financial instruments, as well as an increasing range of innovative financing. This document presents a medium-term vision of the challenges, priorities and intervention methods for France’s development cooperation. It aims to make France’s development cooperation more understandable for French citizens, who contribute to it through the budget voted by Parliament, as well as for France’s international partners with whom this policy will be conducted.

Source: AFD