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The Reality of Aid-Asia Pacific (RoA-AP) and the Asia Constituency of the CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE Asia) hosted their first hybrid Regional Meeting and Workshop entitled “Forging through Crises, Fostering Solidarities” in Jakarta, Indonesia from July 26 to 28, 2022.  Prev 1of13 Next   Advancing alternatives  The hybrid Regional Meeting aimed to foster camaraderie among members and facilitate discussion on key topics and institutional matters. RoA-AP Chairperson Jahangir Hasan Masum delivered the opening
CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness, Development Effectiveness, Events and Meetings, Regional Meeting, RoA Asia Pacific
As the pandemic continues to diminish the already inadequate support and assistance from development cooperation actors in addressing the world’s most pressing issues, there is an increasing gap between the world’s wealthiest nations and the least developed and developing nations in terms of pandemic recovery. Thus, there is a need to intensify the work in ensuring a people-centered, rights-based and climate-resilient recovery and development for the region’s marginalized and vulnerable sectors. The Reality of Aid
CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness, Development Effectiveness, Events and Meetings, RoA Asia Pacific
The CSO Critique on the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank’s Energy Sector Strategy forwards alternative principles to those posed by the bank, in order to forward a rights-based, people-centered and climate-resilient future for the region and beyond. During this crucial time of compounding crises, there is a need to rethink the approach on the energy transition to ensure that it genuinely addresses the needs and concerns of the marginalized, who face the brunt of the impact
Development Cooperation, Development Effectiveness, Development Finance, International Finance Institutions, RoA Asia Pacific
The world is facing a global debt crisis largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, rising costs of food and fuel brought about by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and impending threats of climate change. In the Asia-Pacific alone, 25 countries are exposed to the food, energy, and debt crisis. As low and middle-income countries experience debt distress, the people are impacted the most, with increasing prices for basic commodities and lack of support for social
International Finance Institutions, ODA, RoA Asia Pacific
Deep Dives are working papers that discuss emerging trends and key issues related to Reality of Aid-Asia Pacific’s thematic areas and how these affect marginalized and vulnerable sectors such as women, Indigenous Peoples, and rural communities, among others. Deep Dives seek to inform Reality of Aid-Asia Pacific (RoA-AP) members, development actors, and the public on evidence-based data regarding aid and development cooperation in the region and beyond.  RoA-AP is currently looking for two (2) writers
Aid Observatorio, RoA Asia Pacific
Last March 28 to 31, the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) held its annual Asia-Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development. The theme, “Building back better from COVID-19 while advancing the full implementation of the 2030 Agenda in Asia and the Pacific”, focused on the region’s recovery from the pandemic and the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) amid worsening development and climate crises. Echoing the messages from the
Agenda 2030, CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness, Development Effectiveness, RoA Asia Pacific, United Nations




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