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Documents d’orientation de l’OCDE sur le développement

La Stratégie de l’OCDE pour le développement vise à favoriser une croissance inclusive et durable dans un large éventail de pays. L’Organisation s’appuie sur l’analyse des données, le dialogue et le partage de connaissances pour améliorer l’élaboration des politiques publiques et favoriser les réformes économiques. La stratégie identifie quatre thèmes interdépendants : les sources de croissance innovantes et durables ; la mobilisation des ressources pour le développement ; une gouvernance favorisant un développement durable ; et la mesure des progrès en matière de développement. Conçus pour un large public, les Documents d’orientation de l'OCDE sur le développement visent à stimuler l’analyse et la discussion autour de ces themes.

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Good development support in fragile, at-risk and crisis affected contexts

New thinking on the nature of fragility and risk shows a shift from a one-dimensional understanding of fragility towards a more holistic approach in which degrees of fragility exist on a spectrum. This approach recognises the need for collaborative, regional and global solutions to tackle the root causes - and that acknowledges the need to broaden the use of institutional influences, policy levers and expertise “beyond aid”. In parallel, many development co-operation agencies are working to meet commitments under the newly agreed Sustainable Development Goals, the Paris Agreement on climate change, and the Addis Ababa Action Agenda on financing sustainable development. In this context, the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) commissioned a study on how to work more effectively in fragile, at-risk and crisis-affected contexts. This report identifies 12 lessons grouped into 3 thematic areas: building institutional fitness, aspiring to deliver change, and leaving no-one behind. These lessons are illustrated with a wealth of good practice examples from DAC members.

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Keywords: Donorship, aid effectiveness, fragile states, conflict
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