Hosted by the Government of Kenya in Nairobi (28 November–1 December 2016), HLM2 will:
- Take stock of the implementation of development effectiveness principles and commitments
- Provide a learning space on development effectiveness, showcasing successful examples
- Identify innovative approaches to sustainable development that can be scaled up
- Position the Global Partnership to effectively contribute to implementation of the SDGs and the Addis Ababa Action Agenda
Nairobi Outcome Document
Based on inclusive consultation, the Nairobi Outcome Document will help to shape how existing and new development actors can partner to implement Agenda 2030 and realise the SDGs.
The latest draft of the Nairobi Outcome Document has been released by H.E. Ambassador Macharia Kamau, Permanent Representative of Kenya to the United Nations and Chief Negotiator of the Nairobi Outcome Document. Stakeholders are invited to send consolidated feedback (both comments and proposed further edits) to firstname.lastname@example.org