OECD Development Co-operation Peer Reviews: Iceland 2017

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This review assesses the performance of Iceland, including looking at how Iceland works in its three partner countries and on key priority issues such as gender, health, education and renewable energy.

Iceland joined the Development Assistance Committee in 2013. This is its first peer review.



Iceland's development co-operation delivery and partnerships

Iceland takes its commitment to the Busan principles for effective development very seriously. This is reflected in its development co-operation strategy and tight, effective operations on the ground. In particular, Iceland makes good use of district-level systems, is well aligned with national and district development plans, co-ordinates meaningfully with other donors, unties all of its aid and makes limited use of conditionality. In addition, Iceland is improving the predictability of its programming and budgeting processes, which are helping it to respond and adjust to the needs of its partners.


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