Development co-operation and humanitarian assistance are in place to bring relief, support, and hope to people in crisis and despair.
The SDGs are the most ambitious, challenging and complex policy agenda that the global community has ever attempted to deliver. To achieve the 2030 Agenda, governments need to coordinate, consult, and work across policy areas in unprecedented ways.
We are brought together today by a fundamental recognition: all countries are in a process of continuous development; all are working to address structural challenges and many are struggling to achieve the necessary development outcomes. To deliver on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development we need to acknowledge and comprehend this reality.
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will require a significant scaling up of resources. In developing countries, funding in SDG-critical sectors has an estimated shortfall of up to USD 2.5 trillion per year. At the core of financing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is a dual challenge: mobilizing unprecedented volumes of resources and ensuring no-one is left behind.
DAC Evaluation Network Member United States, Evaluation Profile,
OECD Secretary-General's written statement on the need for collective responsibility to deliver the 2030 Agenda, highlighting that international co-operation must be stepped up to maximise the impact of record-high ODA flows, and create new development partnership tools that allow for holistic and inclusive approaches to common global challenges.
Les États-Unis ont maintenu au même niveau le volume de leur aide étrangère depuis la crise économique mondiale et ils ont manifestement amélioré la concentration et l’efficacité de leur aide au développement. Ces tendances devraient se poursuivre et les réformes relatives à USAID (US Agency for International Development) devraient être consolidées, selon le dernier examen de l’OCDE.