Special Addis Ababa #FFD3

Third International Conference on Financing for Development: Outcome Document (UN)

Glee, relief and regret: Addis Ababa outcome receives mixed reception (The Guardian)

Développement : accord à Addis-Abeba pour trouver 2 500 milliards de dollars (Jeune Afrique)

Addis Ababa outcome: milestone or millstone for the world's poor? (The Guardian)

Raining on the aid parade (The Economist)

A Addis Ababa, l’ONU parvient à un accord sur le financement du développement (Le Monde)

Where are the concrete plans for action in the development finance deal? (The Guardian)

Les impôts sont-ils (vraiment) nécessaires au développement de l’Afrique ? (Le Monde)

For #FFD3 success after Addis, the devil is in the data (Devex)

UN conference agrees on plan to finance development goals (Daily Mail)

Addis-Abeba : les États parviennent à un accord historique sur le financement du développement (UN Multimedia)

Action After Addis: 10 Ways to Finance Africa's Energy Opportunity

And More…

Can sport make a valuable contribution to the post-2015 agenda? (Post 2015)

For the SDGs, let’s pay attention to country starting points (Post 2015)

International Financial Institutions Announce $400 Billion to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals (The Asian Development Bank)

DfID to pump £735m into investment arm for private sector projects (The Guardian)

From Social Media

· Claire Melamed (@clairemelamed), Director of Poverty and Inequality Programme at ODI, Lead author of UN SG's Expert Group on the DR: “Jacob Lew: US gov will provide $3m for new partnership on data & $21m for country data collaboratives. #DataRevolution

·  Carlos Lopes (@ECA_Lopes) Executive Secretary, UNECA: “Africa needs 2 place the emphasis on mobilizing domestic resources. Aid will not be enough to finance the #SDGs #post2015Ug

·  Erik Solheim (@SolheimDAC), Chair of the OECD DAC: “Congratulations #Ethiopia#FFD3 biggest global meeting ever in Africa. Superb atmosphere! Logistics worked well. Brilliant outcome! ”

·  Carlos Lopes (@ECA_Lopes) Executive Secretary, UNECA: “The outcome document of #FFD3, the Addis Ababa Action Agenda has just been adopted by acclamation at the closing of the conference.”

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