• 1. Introduction
  • 1.1 The objectives of the EU Toolkit
  • 1.2 Definitions
  • 1.3 Rationale
  • 1.4 The structure of the EU Toolkit
  • 2. The current situation
  • 3. The implementation process of division of labour
  • 3.1 Starting work on division of labour
  • 3.2 Preparing for division of labour
  • 3.3 Mapping exercises
  • 3.4 Analysis of comparative advantages
  • 3.5 Donor roles
  • 3.6 Selection criteria for the lead donor
  • 3.7 Sector definitions
  • 3.8 Cross cutting areas
  • 3.9 Working on more sector concentration
  • 3.10 A responsible exit strategy
  • 4. Specific issues when implementing division of labour
  • 4.1 The role of the partner country government
  • 4.2 Division of labour in a situation of fragility
  • 4.3 Involving other stakeholders
  • 4.4 Outreach to other donors
  • 4.5 Drivers and challenges for donors
  • 4.6 Partners for delegated cooperation/co-financing
  • 4.7 Legal and procedural aspects
  • 4.8 Support from headquarters and communication
  • 5. Monitoring and reporting
  • Annexes:
  • 1. Ministerial Declaration at the 3rd High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in Accra. 2-4 September 2008: Accra Agenda for Action
  • 2. Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness, March 2005, and list of countries and organisations adhering to the Paris Declaration, 2008
  • 3. Council Conclusions on EU Code of Conduct on Complementarity and Division of Labour in Development Policy, 2007
  • List of Source Documents
  • Useful websites
  • List of acronyms and abbreviations