2015-16 Humphrey Fellow alum Juan Camilo Molina Bolívar spoke at the “Role of Parliamentarians and Public in Strengthening Accountability in Development Cooperation: Key Steps to Move Forward” a DCF Side Event on the margin of the Second High-level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) organized by UNDESA, IPU and AWEPA in Nairobi, Kenya last month. The Second High Level Meeting aims to amplify the positive impact of development co-operation over the next 15 years. Juan Camilo participated in the CSO and Official meetings and presented the Latin American review about development cooperation.
He has also written “A Debate on the Ecuadorian Civil Society Organization’s Role to Support Development Effectiveness and Democracy in an Emergency Context,” a chapter of Delivering CSO Evidence: Global Launch of 2016 CPDE Report (Molina, C., López, P., Celi, C., Pazmiño, M).
Mr. Juan Camilo Molina is Coordinator of CSO Observatory of Development Cooperation, Professor at UTE-Ecuador, and was a Humphrey International Fellow at the Humphrey School in 2015-16.