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The deadline for posting comments for inclusion in the DSAI submission to the Irish Aid White Paper Review process was 11th April. Thanks to all of you who have made a contribution. For those who haven't had a chance, we will accept comments up to end of day tomorrow so there's still time to participate.
A final version of the submission will be circulated before being sent to Irish Aid.
I have put some ideas together under each question set out by Irish Aid. I post them here for your consideration. I start with Question 3: Ways of Working and will post ideas on the other questions next. I hope that these comments stimulate some discussion and I look forward to your feedback.
Question 3: Ways of Working
How can the Government further strengthen its ways of working in delivering an effective aid programme with a view to delivering real results in poverty reduction?
DSAI White Paper Review Submission, Draft 1, for review by 11th April - all members invited to comment
The first draft of the DSAI's submission to the White Paper Review will be posted here shortly - please share your views!
How can the Government further strengthen its ways of working in delivering an effective aid
programme, with a view to delivering real results in poverty reduction?
How should the Government respond to the key issues of hunger, fragility, climate change, basic
needs, governance and human rights, and gender equality? Are there other issues?
Given the limited resources and the need to focus these, which issues should the Government
prioritise in its future aid programming?
The full text of the Irish Aid White Paper is available here in .pdf format.
The URL for the full text is: http://www.irishaid.gov.ie/whitepaper/assets/White%20Paper%20English.pdf
A summary is available on http://www.irishaid.gov.ie/whitepaper/assets/Whitepaper.pdf