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Friday, 11 July 2014 00:00

Private Sector and Development

The private sector received recognition in the Paris Declaration (2005), the Accra Agenda for Action (2008) and the Busan Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (2011) as an active actor in the development discourse, as a source of financial flows, and as a benefactor from an enabling environment for investments at…
As the world prepares for the final review of the achievement of the millennium development goals in 2015, assessing how the global partnership has facilitated the achievement or lack of achievement of the MDGs will be crucial. RoA Africa would like to focus specifically on the quality and quantity of…
By Vitalice Meja, Reality of Aid Africa Network Real access to and use of data is crucial for development co-operation, and for the billions of people whom this co-operation aims to benefit. For development co-operation stakeholders, real access to data allows for transparency as well as better planning, targeting and…
Foreign aid is often regarded as being too much, or wasted on corrupt recipient governments despite any good intentions from donor countries and other development actors. In reality, both the quantity and quality of aid have been poor and donor nations have not really been held to account. Development aid…
The framework of South-South cooperation goes beyond the concept of aid/ODA as defined by traditional donors, it includes various types of economic and political cooperation, such as aid, loans, export credits, trade and investments, some of it equivalent to the ODA concept, and others are not. It is therefore difficult…
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