Cambodia and Aid and debt
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- Enhancing South-South and triangular cooperation: study of the current situation and existing good practices in policy, institutions, and operation of South-South and triangular cooperation
- United Nations Development Programme, 2009
- South-South and triangular cooperation has become a major subject of international development discussions. One of the key issues identified in such discussions is the lack of information on South-South and triangular cooperation impl...
- Tools and methodologies for monitoring and evaluating agriculture and rural development
- B. Hall (ed); N. Okidegbe; T. Marchant; et al / Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2009
- While donors and development practitioners still lack a common framework of results indicators to measure the effectiveness of development assistance, this sourcebook sets out a menu of core indicators that can be used to monitor...
- Is aid effective in Cambodia?
- E. Chanboreth; S. Hach / Brookings Institution, 2008
- Development assistance contributes significantly to the development process of Cambodia. After the first General Election in 1993, there have been at least 35 official donors and hundreds of civil society organizations that have provi...
- Regional experiences in disaster risk management
- E. Torrente; J. Zhang; T. Le-Huu / Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, 2008
- In least developed countries, dealing with disaster risk management (DRM) is a never-ending challenge for poverty reduction with recurrent natural disasters. Natural phenomena caused by climatic and/or geologic reasons only become dis...
- World Bank policies won’t get women justice or reduce poverty
- Susanne Schech; Sanjugta Vas Dev / id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2008
- Inequality between men and women makes poverty worse. The World Banks poverty reduction strategy is unlikely to bring justice for women or reduce poverty because its economic policies contradict its social policies. It will only...
- How older people’s association can participate in disaster preparedness and mitigation in Asia and the Pacific
- HelpAge International, 2007
- Building community capacity through Older People’s Associations (OPAs) enhances the resilience of a community in the event of a disaster. Lessons learnt suggest that there are many ways in which older men and women can contribut...
- How can Cambodian students be protected from natural disasters?
- Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, 2008
- Natural disasters can cause terrible loss of life. However what is perhaps most disturbing are their impact on the most vulnerable, in institutions where safety should be paramount i.e. patients stranded in hospitals and children at t...
- ‘Phantom aid’: why technical assistance is ineffective, over-priced, imposed and outdated
- Romilly Greenhill; Jesse Griffiths; Patrick Watt / id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2007
- In 2005 the international community promised unprecedented levels of aid. It is doubtful that rich countries will deliver on their promises. Also, between a quarter and a half of all aid is in the form of so-called technical assistanc...
- Turning around fragile states
- Andrew Rosser / id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2007
- Donor interest in fragile states has increased recently, partly due to the belief that extreme poverty, economic decline and violent conflict are linked to the rise in global terrorism. But donors need to understand better the factors...
- How to promote a free press in Cambodia
- Article 19, 2005
- This study analyses the general status of the media in Cambodia, its ownership and the laws regulating its functioning, with reference to international standards. Despite over 50 years of violent history, the press in Cambodia enjoys ...