Eurodad examined the following six major results-based initiatives and assessed their performance against four key internationally agreed aid effectiveness principles: ownership; accountability and mutual accountability; harmonisation; and alignment and use of country systems. We also examined whether they had a ‘broad’ scope or a ‘narrow’ one, in terms of: how specific the objectives are; the level of funding (from national to local); and the flexibility with which the recipient can use the money.
- The European Commission’s Millennium Development Goals Contract (MDG-C).
- The GAVI Alliance (GAVI) Health System Strengthening support and Immunization Services Support (due to their similarities both initiatives have been these two initiatives have been depicted together in the tables examining their alignment with aid effectiveness principles.).
- The Millennium Challenge Corporation’s (MCC) Threshold and Country Programs.
- The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM).
- The Global Partnership for Output-Based Aid (GPOBA).