Third High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness: 2-4 September 2008, Accra, Ghana
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In September 2008, ministers from over 100 countries, heads of bilateral and multilateral development agencies, donor organisations, and civil society organisations from around the world gathered in Accra for the Third High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (2-4 September). Their common objective was to help developing countries and marginalised people in their fight against poverty by making aid more transparent, accountable and results-oriented. The Third High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness reviewed progress in improving aid effectiveness, broaden the dialogue to newer actors and chart a course for continuing international action on aid effectiveness.

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