Development Finance

Farwa Sial

Blended finance for climate action: good value for money?



This paper has been written and coordinated by Eurodad, and supported by ActionAid. It explores trends, risks and opportunities of blended finance for climate action and highlights ways of ensuring that blended finance empowers communities, rather than create dependencies on richer countries. 

French version | Spanish version

  • Publicly-backed Private Finance
Farwa Sial

Blended finance for climate action - Case studies

These two case studies accompany the report "Blended finance for climate action: good value for money?", written and coordinated by Eurodad, and supported by ActionAid.

French version | Spanish version

  • Publicly-backed Private Finance
Mary Stokes

Eurodad reaction to the final 2022 OECD DAC aid figures

The new figures released by the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) show that while total reported ODA rose to an all time high, the percentage of ODA spent in donor countries also increased. This is hugely problematic.

  • Development Finance
  • Aid Quantity
Eurodad

2024: A world on fire in need of multilateral action

#ClimateFinance #UNTaxConvention #FfD4 #DebtJustice

  • Development Finance
  • #ClimateFinance

ODA is stretched thin beyond recognition and the DAC’s credibility is at stake

Joint reaction of the DAC-CSO Reference Group to the OECD’s Development Assistance Committee’s High Level Meeting, which took place on 15 November.

  • Development Finance
  • Aid Quality

Joint civil society letter: Consultation process for the EIB Global strategy

Eurodad and 16 other CSOs have signed an open letter calling on the Board of Directors to not approve the final EIB Global strategy due to a lack of public consultation. 

  • Development Finance
  • IFIs
Nerea Craviotto

Aid under threat: The shadowy business of private sector instruments

Since 2018, temporary rules have allowed donor countries to report private-sector oriented operations, known as Private Sector Instruments, as official development assistance. In this report, we chart the increased use of such operations, highlight problematic gaps in transparency and accountability, and end with recommendations both for the OECD DAC and wider civil society.

  • Development Finance
  • Aid Quality

New OECD private sector rules threaten future of aid

Last week’s rules set out by the OECD Development Assistance Committee to report private sector instruments provide more incentives for high-income countries to expand a private sector-oriented development agenda.

Read the full opinion piece on Devex

  • Development Finance
Eurodad

Global Gateway Forum: A closed-door gathering which fundamentally changes the EU's development landscape

#GlobalGateway #ClimateFinance #JobVacancies #Events

  • Development Finance