The world must do a better job of tracking investments and results: Both now and for the next global development goals

From ONE Mon Jan 28 2013, 09:59:45

This piece was originally posted in TrustLaw Later this week, a group of 26 people will meet in Liberia to discuss how the world should tackle global development challenges over the next decade or two. It's essential they thrust transparency, accountability and better open data into the heart of the debate and act on it.  [...]

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