OECD Development Co-operation Peer Reviews. by Publishing, OECD

By Publishing, OECD

The OECD's improvement counsel Committee (DAC) conducts periodic studies of the person improvement co-operation efforts of DAC individuals. The rules and programmes of every member are seriously tested nearly as soon as each 5 years. DAC peer stories determine the functionality of a given member, not only that of its improvement co-operation supplier, and consider either coverage and implementation. They take an  Read more...

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This means Italy has to phase out progressively from 14 countries. It would profit by learning from other donors’ experiences how to establish exit strategies for these countries. More than two-thirds of Italy’s bilateral ODA allocable by country (71% or USD 958 million) went to Least Developed Countries (LDCs) in 2011. This is far above the level in 2008, when only 25% of its bilateral ODA went to LDCs. Similarly, 69% of Italian aid allocable went to Sub-Saharan Africa in 2011 against 20% in 2008.

Lapo Pistelli, was a key speaker on global food security at a special event organised by the OECD on the occasion of the UN General Assembly in September 2013. 2. Article one of Law 49/87 sets out the general objectives of Italian co-operation – international solidarity and the fulfilment of fundamental human rights. Meeting basic needs, protecting human life, food security, preserving the environment, consolidating development processes and economic, social and cultural growth in developing countries, improving the conditions of women and children, supporting women’s empowerment and responding to humanitarian disasters, are all referred to as objectives.

1 The Department of Civil Protection is competent to operate in international crises in co-operation with the MFA and answers to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers. g. Defence, Health, Internal Affairs and Environment) together manage approximately 4% of Italian ODA (OECD, 2013). These ministries operate independently of the MFA, including at field level. Regions and municipalities, as well as civil society actors, play a decisive role in implementing projects with funding from DGCS. A number of rules and guidelines provide a co-operation framework for these actors within the Italian system.

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