AfDB_UNDP-WHO 2007 Synthesis Report

The 2007 Annual Survey covered three institutions – the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the World Health Organization, and the African Development Bank (AfDB). It was conducted in ten countries: Bangladesh, Benin, Bolivia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Mali, Nicaragua, Senegal, Serbia and Zambia. Country reports and individual questionnaires were produced by MOPAN country teams in all ten countries, resulting in this Synthesis Report.

The Annual Survey 2007 demonstrates the wide qualities and value that the three multilaterals bring to partnerships at country level. It also notes areas where MOPAN country staff believe there can be more improvement. MOPAN members look forward to discussing these findings with the UNDP, WHO and AfDB, and we trust that this
information will be of use.

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