At Global Networks, we are dedicated to collaborative problem-solving to find the best solution to fit your specific global networking needs. A clear set of principles and values have allowed us to readily adapt to the constant changes occuring in global networking today.
Our principles reiterate five fundamental principles for making aid more effective as articulated in the Paris Declaration (2005). These are:
1. Ownership: As consultants, we respect the right of local stakeholders to set their own strategies to improve their institutions. 2. Alignment: As consultants, we align behind these objectives and use local systems. 3. Harmonization: As consultants, we collaborate, simplify procedures and share information to avoid duplication. 4. Results: As consultants, we collaborate with our partners to focus on development results. 5. Mutual accountability: As consultants, we collaborate with our partners to account for development results.