Opinion: Finishing the unfinished business of aid effectiveness

The Global Partnership for Effective Development meeting in Kenya saw stakeholders from across the sector take stock of progress in implementing the commitments and promises made on aid and development effectiveness. This year's second high-level meeting resulted in strong outcomes, but still has a ways to go, thinks Amy Dodd, head of the U.K. Aid Network.

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  • Amy Dodd

    Amy Dodd has been director of the U.K. Aid Network since 2012. UKAN is a network of U.K. NGOs that advocate for more and better aid through joint policy, research and lobbying. Amy has previously worked extensively in politics, policy and campaigning including most recently as an adviser in the Shadow International Development team in the U.K. Parliament focusing on gender, economic development, conflict and fragility and climate change issues. She studied economics and political science at the University of Sydney.