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Audio: Toward a New Paradigm of Sustainable Development: Lessons from the Partnership for Growth
- Sep 13, 2013
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Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director, National Security CouncilPresentation of Paper by:Jeri JensenPrincipal, Business Driven Development, LLCPanelists:Daniella Ballou-AaresSenior Adviser for Development to the Secretary, U.S. Department of StatePatrick FineChief Operating Officer, FHI 360 and Former Vice President for Compact Operations, Millennium ChallengeMaureen HarringtonHead, International Development Group, Standard Bank GroupEric G. PostelAssistant Administrator, Bureau of Economic Growth, Education, and Environment, U.S. Agency for International DevelopmentModerated by:Daniel F. RundeCodirector, Project on U.S. Leadership in Development and William A. Schreyer Chair in Global Analysis, CSISPlease join us for a high-level panel discussion on the U.S. government’s Partnership for Growth (PfG), an ongoing effort to coordinate development efforts across agencies and facilitate natural engagement with the private sector. Launched in 2011, PfG was guided by the goals of country ownership and partnership, transparency, political commitment to development, and fact-based monitoring and evaluation. The panel featured voices from each of the major implementing agencies, who discussed initial takeaways from the partnerships with El Salvador, Ghana, Philippines, and Tanzania.CSIS’s forthcoming report, Toward a New Paradigm of Sustainable Development: Lessons from the Partnership for Growth, examined a route to sustainable development that allowed U.S. government agencies to catalyze sustained economic growth through proactive partnerships and a coordinated strategy.This event is part of CSIS’ s ongoing “Chevron Forum on Development” series, which seeks to highlight innovative approaches to global development. This will be a timely and informative discussion.
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