Coordination Group of Arab National and Regional Development Institutions
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Founded 1975, the original idea having been adopted in 1974. Previously also referred to as Coordination Committee between National and Regional Arab Development Institutions.
Coordinate Arab funds' activities; optimize the use of available resources and competence; synchronize funding policies and operating procedures; increase the efficiency of Arab aid; help beneficiary countries obtain the required funding for their high priority projects; avoid overlapping and duplication of donors efforts; increase the efficiency of utilization of resources; coordinate project evaluation activities; apply unified rules and procedures at the project implementation stage; exchange information and data relating to projects and development plans; coordinate interventions with international and regional financing institutions; arrange meetings; follow up recommendations.Available with paid subscription only.
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