The adoption of the Busan Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation at the 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness took the global partnership agenda to a new level. By recognizing the new challenges and opportunities in the world and gaps in previous aid effectiveness commitments, the Bussan Partnership agreement came up with a new partnership framework that is broader in scope, results-oriented and more inclusive than before. It is also founded on shared principles, common goals and stronger commitments for effective international development. To monitor the progress that has been made in implementing the Busan Partnership, a global monitoring exercise was conducted under the guidance of the Steering Committee of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation. Among ten indicators used globally, five were measured at country level. While some of the indicators were measured for the first time, others continued to be more of less along the lines of the Paris Survey methodology applied in 2005, 2007, and 2010 - through with minor changes and therefore comparisons are mainly done with 2010 data.
Tanzania participated in the 1st monitoring round of the Global Partnership Agreement and has signed up for the 2nd monitoring round in 2015/16.
Key documents for Tanzania:
A snapshot overview of the results for Tanzania - 1st monitoring round of the GP Agreement (2014)
Mexico High Level Communique (agreed on 16 April 2014)