Post-2015 resources round-up is collating key recent post-2015 resources and news in a round-up post.  Below, read today’s selection:

Summary of Targets from Proposals in the SDGs e-Inventory under the OWG’s 19 Focus Areas – A compilation by Stakeholder Forum (Jack Cornforth, Juliette Becuwe and Umberto Sconfienza) of goals and corresponding targets for each of the 19 focus areas from stakeholder proposals housed within the SDGs e-Inventory, to feature a range of sub-themes and provide a sample representative of the diverse geographical locations and stakeholder groups.

Saving Lives Today and Tomorrow: Managing the Risk of Humanitarian CrisesNew report from the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs that outlines the disconnect between how aid groups analyse risk and how donors allocate funds, and proposes that that aid should anticipate and prevent, not just react and treat.

IFAD Post-2015 Policy Briefs – Four recent policy briefs by IFAD on various issues relating to rural livelihoods to inform the post-2015 development agenda :

–          Leveraging the rural-urban nexus for development

–          An empowerment agenda for rural livelihoods

–          Investing in smallholder family agriculture for global food security and nutrition

–          Promoting the resilience of poor rural households

OECD and Post-2015 ReflectionsSeries by the OECD to support the post-2015 development agenda containing an overview paper and 11 elements, each of which focuses on different areas of the post-2015 development agenda.

Placing Healthy Women and Children at the Heart of the Post-2015 Sustainable Development FrameworkA policy brief by The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH), to inform member states and post-2015 advocates on critical women’s and children’s health issues and how these could be integrated into the future development agenda. The brief is open for consultation until April 21, 2014.

Aid Effectiveness in the Health Sector Beyond 2015 – Position paper by IHP+ Civil Society Consultative Group. The International Health Partnership (IHP+) is a growing partnership of developing countries, donor countries and international agencies and civil society organizations that aims to improve access to health services and health outcomes, particularly for the poor, by putting principles on aid effectiveness into practice.

Conflict and the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Perspectives from South AfricaNew report produced by ACCORD, Institute for Global Dialogue, Institute for Security Studies, Southern African Liaison Office and Saferworld. Given South Africa’s role on the continent and internationally, it will be an influential actor in defining the shape and content of the post-2015 process – including if and how to include peace and stability in the new framework. This set of papers has been compiled to inform and catalyse debate about issues of violence and insecurity.

The United Nations World Water Development Report 2014A new two part report on Water and Energy coordinated by the UN World Water Assessment Programme in collaboration with other development agencies and regional commissions. The first part provides a comprehensive overview of major and emerging trends, with examples of how some of the challenges have been addressed, their implications for policy-makers, and further actions that can be taken. The second part contains data and indicators annex.

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