Tag: aid

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How aid really works: Development trends

“How aid really works” is a comic strip, which highlights the gap between our lofty ideals and the messy reality […]

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DFID Beneficiary Feedback Mechanisms (BFM) Pilot End-point Review: Synthesis Report

This report presents findings from the end-point review of a pilot implementing beneficiary feedback mechanisms in seven aid projects, funded via UK Aid Direct.

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How aid really works: M&E for whom?

“How aid really works” is a comic strip, which highlights the gap between our lofty ideals and the messy reality […]

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How aid really works: Growth targets

“How aid really works” is a comic strip, which highlights the gap between our lofty ideals and the messy reality […]

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Aid under fire – supporting people in conflict and protecting those who do

By Michael Hammer. This week a hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, run by the international medical aid organisation Médecins Sans Frontières […]

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ONTRAC 58. Monitoring and evaluating humanitarian aid

Oxfam’s Vivien Margaret Walden introduces the ‘Contribution to Change’ approach, which takes into account multiple sources of responses to emergencies […]

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ONTRAC 40. Civil Society and Aid – where now?

This ONTRAC issue re-examines the concept and role of civil society, focusing on its significance in relation to current debates and practice in development.

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NGOs and the State in the Twenty-First Century: Ghana and India

The architecture of aid has changed. More aid from rich countries is being directed to southern governments. As a result, […]

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ONTRAC 34. Capacity Building and the State

The shifting discourse on capacity building has all too often been led by the needs of donors rather than being […]

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