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Africa Can And Must Overcome Its Addiction To Foreign Aid

"This Legislative Alert draws attention to African countries’ addiction to foreign aid. It points out that this has not entirely helped the continent’s development because aid has been inadequate and has increased Africa’s indebtedness with consider…

Overcoming Africa’s Addiction To Foreign Aid: A Look At Some Financial Engineering To Mobilize Other Resources

The paper points out that African countries have become addicted to foreign aid. This has not, however, entirely helped their development because not only has aid been inadequate but it has also increased Africa’s indebtedness with considerable serv…

Development Without Aid

"In this Occasional Paper, a distinguished scholar and diplomat, Frederick S. Arkhurst, has carried out a penetrating analysis and critique of foreign aid and its direct impact on development in the Third World. He concludes that development is poss…

Turkey in Somalia: Shifting Paradigms of Aid

"As the global development landscape continues to evolve, new and emerging actors – countries transitioning from being aid recipients to aid providers – are becoming increasingly visible on the global scene. Although the approaches, interests and re…

Foreign Aid and the Real Exchange Rate in the West African Economic and Monetary Union

This paper aims to re-examine the relationship between foreign aid and the real exchange rate, using the recent econometric methods developed for non stationary dynamic panels and an estimator that imposes a weaker homogeneity assumption on the slo…

Testing the Impact of Foreign Aid and Aid Uncertainty on Private Investment in West Africa

In this paper, the impact of aid on domestic private investment in West Africa was examined using both aggregate aid (total ODA) and disaggregated aid (multilateral and bilateral). The paper relied on the fixed effects estimation technique. The fin…

Donors, Aid and Taxation in Developing Countries: An Overview

In recent years rapidly growing donor interest was witnessed in tax issues in the developing world. This reflects a concern with revenue collection to finance public spending, but also recognition of the centrality of taxation to growth, redistribut…

Taxation As a Domestic Resource Mobilisation Tool for Financing Development in Sub Saharan Africa

"The global financial crisis exposed the vulnerability of developing countries for their reliance on foreign aid resources for their development agenda. The crisis resulted in the dwindling of resources for the countries advancing aid and subsequent…

The effectiveness of Foreign Aid beyond Busan: Case Studies Zambia, Ghana and Mozambique

"The overall objective of this research is to influence African governments and donors to put in place mechanisms for aid effectiveness and sustainable development by 2015. The research identifies processes taking place to support implementation of …

Mapping Chinese Development Assistance in Africa: An Analysis of the Experiences of Ethiopia

"Chinese development assistance has become a distinctive and integral part of the global aid and development architecture. China has been increasing both the volume and geographical scope or reach of its foreign aid since the mid 1990s. This expansi…

A Critical Assessment of Aid Management and Donor Harmonisation: The Case of Tanzania

"Tanzania is one of the most aid dependent countries in Africa, though historically, it has been associated with a high degree of independence and policy space in matters of foreign affairs. The main focus of the study is to collect information on a…

A Critical Assessment of Aid Management and Donor Harmonisation in Liberia: A Case Study

"This study is a critical assessment of how Liberia is implementing the desired mechanisms for improved effectiveness of aid. It seeks to determine how funds and knowledge are transmitted to Liberia and how recipients and donors are interacting in s…

A Critical Assessment of Aid Management and Donor Harmonisation: The Case of Mozambique

"Mozambique is committed to the fight against poverty. The Government has adopted a number of well-articulated plans for poverty reduction and growth. International development assistance plays a crucial role in Mozambique's fight against poverty. T…

An Assessment of the Progress made in the Implementation of the Paris Declaration and Accra Agenda for Action on Aid Effectiveness: A Focus on Mutual Accountability and Democratic Ownership Principles: The Case of Nigeria

"Foreign Aid represents one of the funds accessible to National and Sub-National governments in Nigeria for the execution of development projects and programmes. As part of the deliberate will to ensure the good management, ownership and accountabil…

An Assessment of the Progress made in the Implementation of the Paris Declaration and Accra Agenda for Action on Aid Effectiveness: A Focus on Mutual Accountability and Democratic Ownership Principles: The Case of Uganda

"Sustainable development and poverty reduction remain a challenge for many countries. Development Aid among other things, remains a key tool in reducing poverty and promoting sustainable development. The G8 summit in Gleneagles committed themselves …

An Assessment of the Progress made in the Implementation of the Paris Declaration and Accra Agenda for Action on Aid Effectiveness: A Focus on Mutual Accountability and Democratic Ownership Principles: The Case of South Africa

"This report begins with an overview of the aid architecture in South Africa. It moves on to focus on two of the PD principles, ownership and mutual accountability. There is a discussion of the importance of mutual accountability in development and …

Chinese Aid and Investment in Zambia: National Consultation Workshop: A Report

"China has become increasingly present in modern day development discourse and justifiably so. This is largely due to the fact that it is one of the fastest growing countries in the world today, and that Chinese presence in Africa has grown substant…

South-South and Triangular Cooperation - A Key to Development

"South-South Cooperation is a force to reckon currently in world economic development landscape. It’s paradoxical that Brazil, China and India used to be low income countries also depending on foreign aid, contrary they are now transformed and exten…

BUSAN Partnership: Challenges & Opportunities for Creating an Enabling Environment for CSOs in Africa: A Synthesis of Six Countries

"Africa is a significant receiver of donor aid, while also remaining an area where inequality and poverty exists. With the realization that Africa is not a homogenous land mass it was imperative to undertake research in the six countries documented …

Donor Anti-Corruption Reforms: Quiet Diplomacy and its Discontents

"This paper reviews the anti-corruption reforms pursued by three key donors in Ghana: the World Bank, the United Kingdom's Department for International Development and the United States Agency for International Development. The extent to which the a…

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