Project: Development Aid Support Mechanism

Project created on August 28 2014

Knowledge has an important role to play in addressing development issues, but this requires access to information as well as the availability of relevant and useful knowledge. Knowledge is central to sustainable development. Knowledge is essential for survival and sustainability.

Knowledge has an important role to play in addressing development issues, but this requires access to information as well as the availability of relevant and useful knowledge. Knowledge is central to sustainable development. Knowledge is essential for survival and sustainability.

Better information and knowledge universally accessible via a central database and useful will help governments, International agencies,  the private sector and CSOs (NGOs, CBOs) track and monitor human development frustrations, challenges, needs, progress and make sure their decisions, interventions and investments are evidence-based; they can also strengthen accountability.

Our vision is to empower local citizens to know, understand, secure and enforce their roles, responsibilities, and engagements in the success of the SDGs in order to reach a better world, a world of economic and social justice.

Our mission is to share relevant knowledge in order to build skills needed to alleviate development issues at a community level. We motivate people on the ground to express their needs, the needs of their communities and to get actively involved in solutions. We raise awareness on local development issues and we identify the best development practices on the ground in the effort to alleviate these issues once and for all.


The Background

 

The “Development Aid Support Mechanism” is a project launched by the INGO "KFDWB" to contribute to the support and improvement of the results of  Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that address the challenges of economic development, social inclusion, environmental sustainability, and good governance. In brief, the project aims to provide a global Social Service Support that improves the results of  Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

 

The goals of the project

 

To empower  local Citizen without distinction so that they know, understand, secure and enforce their roles, responsibilities, and engagements in the achievement of the  SDGs (e.g. Capacity building needs to be from the ground up and driven by local communities, they need support from regional authorities, national governments and CSOs (NGOs, CBOs). Not only funding, training, and hands-on assistance, but assistance in collaboration with neighboring communities, in leveraging economies of scale, and in reducing wasteful duplication and redundancies in investment).

To achieve a worldwide network of volunteers who act as the eyes and ears for communities who require development aid assistance.

To provide development organizations and local and national responsible bodies with updated information on critical development issues at the community level.

To assist with the identification of potential economic, social and environmental development issues and simple best practices in each corner worldwide.

To assist development organizations, CSOs (NGOs, CBOs), local populations, and local governments as well as the private sector for more effective management and investment in social, economic and environmental problems worldwide.

To support rapid development aid decisions and interventions.

To support development budget decisions and transparencies.

To support the efforts to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of local vs. international aid worldwide via  SDGs.

The expected Outcome

To enhance positively the efforts of development agencies, CSOs (NGOs, CBOs), private and public institutions and local and central governments  a long term when they are receiving  accurate information, knowledge and feedback in real time for better development research, monitoring,  decision making,  timely intervention and evidence-based investment.

To mobilize, motivate, encourage and engage local citizens without distinction in sustainable development activities to address their own daily human development challenges and frustrations: by trying to resolve first these challenges and frustrations locally; by requesting support from regional authorities, national governments and CSOs (NGOs, CBOs), and  by reporting and  raising a ticket about the economic, social and environmental problems they are facing so that human development engagements, interventions, researches and resources must be efficiency targeted and focused.

To improve collaboration with neighboring communities, in leveraging economies of scale, and in reducing wasteful duplication and redundancies in investment.

To develop a suitable social mechanism support worldwide that connects a global audience to necessary resources while providing a central global support system to make development issues and best practices available to all, and to translate the available goals, data, information and knowledge into sustainable local best practices via networking.

To access to a central global coordinated database that has accurate information and knowledge, and a reporting system on the ground for effective decision making interventions.

To evaluate and monitor human development issues and best practices on the ground worldwide.

More information at: http://developmentaidsupport.org

Administrator: Amouzou Bedi. Project team: Coordination Team.

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