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4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness

Fourth High Level Forum 1 by cdp


Fourth High Level Forum 2 by cdp

In Busan, Korea, on the occasion of the Fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (HLF-4) from 29 November-1 December 2011, delegates met to review progress on implementing the principles of the Paris Declaration, and discussed how to maintain the relevance of the aid effectiveness agenda in the context of the evolving development landscape.

Culminating in the signing of the Busan Partnership Agreement for Effective Development Co-operation by ministers of developed and developing nations, emerging economies, providers of South-South and triangular co-operation and civil society, the HLF-4 marks a critical turning point in development co-operation.

Busan Partnership Agreement

After extended negotiations, 18 sherpas elected to represent a wide group of stakeholders reached agreement on the Busan Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation. This declaration for the first time establishes an agreed framework for development cooperation that embraces traditional donors, South-South cooperators, the BRICs, CSOs and private funders. This marks a turning point for international development co-operation.

Climate Think Tank

Climate Think Tank organization made a worldwide observatory on climate think tanks and choose CDP as a development & environmental activist organization. On January 01, 1997, CDP was instituted as a coordinating secretariat for a network of NGOs trying to relieve the sufferings of the people of the waterlogged areas in the southwest coastal region of Bangladesh.
For details click Climate Think Tank.

25th April 2013, Human Chain

CDP Demands on behalf of the KJDRP affected people

Coastal Development Partnership, RUPSA, Paribartan-Khulna, SEDOP, NGO Forum on ADB jointly organized a Human Chain in Khulna on 25th April 2013. The Organizations demanded extension of time period for the affected people to claim compensation to ADB for their projects. Principle Jafar Imam presided over the Human Chain.

Mr. Shamol Singh Roy of Sammilito Samajik Andolon, Shahnewaz Ali of Brihattara Khulna Unnayan Sangram Parishad, General Secretary of SUJON Advocate Qudrat E Khuda was present and spoke in the Human Chain. They clearly expressed their solidarity on the issue and demanded that ADB should be accountable to local people.

SM Iqbal Hossain Biplob presented the six point demand on behalf of the Khulna Jessore Drainage Rehibilitation project implemented by ADB. Development Activist Afjal Hossain Razu, Hironmoy Mondal of Rupsa, Fazle Bari of AOSED, Jalal Uddin Ahmed, Rama Das, Nikhil Biswas, Afroza of CDP was also present in the Human Chain.

Press Release in Bengali Format

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Durban Platform: Open to All But Not for Passengers with Special Needs

Dhaka, February 22, 2012

A reflection on the Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC (COP 17) in Durban by S Jahangir Hasan Masum, Executive Director of Coastal Development Partnership. A critical review on the outcome of Durban Conference.


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