Welcome to the Country Engagement Online Tool of the NDC Partnership

The Country Engagement Online Tool is an accessible resource to develop user knowledge on the Country Engagement processes of the NDC Partnership. The tool aims to develop user knowledge and familiarity with the Partnership’s Country Engagement process. This tool seeks to:

  • Develop a collective understanding about the NDC Partnership Country Engagement process, including roles and responsibilities;
  • Identify good practices and country examples in relation to Country Engagement;
  • Provide reference materials and resources on engagement to the Partnership’s core actors, including member Focal Points (FPs), In-Country Facilitators and Support Unit staff.

How to use this tool

The tool has three units that you can explore to find out more about the NDC Partnership and our Country Engagement process.

Use the buttons below or the menu at the top of the page to access the units. Each unit has a number of sections and topics. You can use the green buttons on each page to progress through the pages, as well as the right hand list of pages in the unit.

 

Select a Unit below

You can access other useful pages at any point using the top menu:

  • The Library contains all documents featured in this tool.
  • A Glossary page lists the key terms used by the NDC Partnership.
  • A list of Frequently Asked Questions addresses common queries about the Partnership and its three pillars.

If you are looking for something specific, please use the search icon (🔍), accessed in the top right of the menu.

ALL ABOUT THE NDC PARTNERSHIP

This unit is aimed at those meeting the Partnership for the first time who want to gain an understanding of how we work and what we do.

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INTRODUCTION TO THE COUNTRY ENGAGEMENT PROCESS

This unit is useful to gain an overview of the Partnership's Country Engagement work, including examples.

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COUNTRY ENGAGEMENT PROCESS STEP-BY-STEP

This unit is suitable for those who need a detailed understanding of the five stages of Country Engagement and how it works in practice.

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