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Our strategic vision (PDF) provides a vision and a two-year strategy for the LEDS Global Partnership. It presents overarching objectives for the partnership over the next two years, and it defines concrete strategies, actions, and performance metrics to meet these objectives.

The LEDS GP Terms of Reference serves as a guide to the activities of the LEDS GP and contains roles and responsibilities of LEDS GP members, Steering Committee, Secretariat, Regional Platforms and Working Groups.

Our Guiding Structure: The Latimer House Principles

The Latimer House Principles provide a guiding structure for activities of the LEDS Global Partnership. All members are requested to agree to the following principles for the partnership:

Principles Relating to LEDS Content and Approaches

  1. Place development priorities first and design LEDS activities to advance climate-compatible development, including enhanced climate resilience
  2. Ensure that LEDS support is country-led and builds lasting capacity in partner institutions
  3. Integrate LEDS with current sectoral development programs
  4. Encourage broad stakeholder engagement in LEDS processes, including a range of government departments, the private sector, and NGOs
  5. Design LEDS to accelerate and scale up flows of private and public investment in development priorities

Principles Relating to How the Partnership Functions

  1. Enable the exchange of and engagement with diverse perspectives
  2. Tap the power of collaboration as a force multiplier in achieving common goals
  3. Recognize and support developing country leadership
  4. Foster open peer to peer learning and exchange, including sharing and collaborating on development of methods and tools, and delivery of training, and technical assistance
  5. Encourage and support innovative approaches to climate compatible development, including consideration of new methods, broader dialogue with new players, experimentation, and incorporation of lessons learned
  6. Build complementary linkages with current related activities and programs
  7. Promote cooperation and learning at regional and sectoral levels in addition to a global forum
  8. Establish relationships with international business and investment groups, donor programs, and NGO networks that can be sources of support for implementation of LEDS