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November 2013 Development thinking has evolved over the years, but it often reaches back into history to refashion old concepts. Development Assistance Committee (DAC) , the body that coordinates policy among the major donors...It combines an
Europe AidWatch European NGOs warn implementation of the Busan partnership agreement has been limited and uneven The Atitlan Lake in Guatemala, one of the countries where the EU is piloting joint programming in a bid to simplify the aid process.
The UK's Andrew Mitchell will be joined on the post-Busan panel by Indonesia's Armida Alisjahbana and Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala of Nigeria. Photograph: Getty Images Senior officials from Nigeria and Indonesia will join Andrew Mitchell, the UK international
Walking through the displays and talking to participants, it is impossible not to be amazed by the diversity of our community. Is there any industry in the world that is as diverse as ours? For profit and non-profit; big donor governments and small
Christophe Karaba/EPA Participants at a follow-up meeting to the Busan conference on aid effectiveness have agreed a set of indicators that will provide the basis for a global monitoring framework for development assistance. The extent to which
A report authored by Dr David McCoy, Aidspan's research director, and three other researchers says that the Global Fund must do more to re-affirm its commitment to the principles of aid effectiveness and health systems strengthening. The
Rwanda Leads Call to End Tied Aid 30 November 2011 Rwanda is leading an appeal by African and other developing countries to urge donor countries to provide aid without any conditions. The call is being made at the 4th High Level Forum on Aid
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will depart on Monday for Busan, Republic of Korea, where he will participate in a high-level forum on aid effectiveness, as well as pay tribute to those who lost their lives during the Korean War.
Yes, the Paris declaration on aid has problems but it's still the best we have The run-up to Busan has highlighted concerns about aid effectiveness agreements, but now is not the time to ditch them Pre-fabricated bridges are loaded in Gloucester,
Gideon Rabinowitz The debate on whether aid should be spent on goods and services provided by companies in donors' countries will be on the agenda at Busan. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images In late November the international aid community