Thematic Session on Capacity Development - presented at the 4th High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, in Busan, Republic of Korea- BEXCO Centre on 29 November 2011
This document is part of the Methodological References that make up the EC training on Supporting Change through Capacity Development
A series of online discussions on effective institutions throughout February 2013 leading up to the Effective Institutions Building Block meeting at the end of February.
This event is of the type External event.
This event is organised by: Learning Network on Capacity Development
Busan Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation
1st December 2011 - After extended negotiations, 18 sherpas elected to represent a wide group of stakeholders reached agreement on the Busan Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation.
Subandi Sardjoko, Director of Education and Religious Affairs at the Indonesian National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS) talks of his experiences as a Partner involved in the EU's Technical Cooperation Reform.
A video of the contributions by Jos Jonckers, a special presentation made at the Fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, held in Busan, South Korea, from the 29 November to 1 December 2011.
Jos works in the Asia unit at EuropeAid Headquarters, Brussels.
Part I: The TC Reform
A presentation by Paul Riembault, made at the Fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, held in Busan, South Korea, from the 29 November to 1 December 2011.
Paul is the head of the Capacity Development section of Unit B1 Quality of Delivery Systems at EuropeAid.
Key messages and summary of the Capacity Development Thematic Session on November 29th in Busan.
The thematic session on capacity development brought together ministers and practitioners from all over the world. All testified to the importance of results-focused capacity development in their successful change processes.
A new consensus on supporting and strengthening institutions and policies to ensure they are effective in delivering or enabling the delivery of public services, which was endorsed in Busan, including by the European Commission.
The UK's Guardian newspaper is running this interesting wrap up of the Fourth High Level Forum in Busan. The writer Jonathan Glennie says that the rising influence of the BRIC countries has shaped the aid agenda at Busan and was the most notable feature of this event.
What do you think?