Why use #tags?
The benefits of the collaborative use of systematically defined hashtags are described here: Community based climate collaboration via #tags and wikis.
Specifically for Donor, these are some of the potential benefits.
The increasing use of Multi-Partner Trust Funds (MPTFs) is an application of the Aid Effectiveness Agenda and the UN Reform initiative "Delivering as One". The mechanism also responds to the need to provide flexible, coordinated and predictable funding to support the achievement of national and global priorities such as the SDGs. In their governance structure and operations, MPTFs are consistent with several principles of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness and the Accra Agenda for Action, including national ownership and alignment with national priorities; harmonization and coordination; effective and inclusive partnerships; and achieving development results and accounting for them. (Source: MPTF Office Roles & Responsibilities.)
Moving from the improved management of financial flows to content and communications1 systematic use and expansion of (wikiworx) content commons in investment plans and initiative communications2 will further enhance meeting the principles of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness and the Accra Agenda for Action.
Demand from donors that initiatives leverage the systematized public content as a way to improve impact by lean communications, cut costs, reduce risks, and avoid reinventing wheels.
Why read #tagged content?
Be open to feedback by all stakeholders. By using #tags via social media the hurdle the deliver feedback is minimal.
Reuse, adapt or leverage what others have been able to achieve, and encourage your beneficiary to do the same as a means to improve the impact of every dollar invested or given. Note the Chapter about International development cooperation in the Addis Ababa Action Agenda.
Why contribute #tagged content?
Yes! Help us in articulating the value and risk impacts of the use of systematized content commons.
Not a Donor?
- Civil Servant (Public Official)
- General Public
- Household Support Organisation
- (non-fiction) e-Book Author
- Policy Maker
- Researcher or Academic
Check out wikiworx.info team on the role and skill requirements of wiki editors.