Ethiopia and Aid and debt
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- The developmental impact of Asian drivers on Ethiopia with emphasis on small-scale footwear producers
- T. Gebre-Egziabher / Wiley Online Library, 2009
- This paper examines the developmental impact of China and India on Ethiopia by examining macro-level trade, investment and aid relations, and micro-level impacts on local small-scale footwear producers in Ethiopia. Both secondary and primar...
- What path will Ethiopia follow after the death of Prime Minister Meles?
- M. Handino; J. Lind; B. Mesfin / Institute of Development Studies UK, 2012
- The death of the Ethiopian Prime Minister, Meles Zenawi in August 2012 has raised serious questions about Ethiopia's political stability and development trajectory. Meles built up a complex web of relationships that conjoined domestic polit...
- Addressing the impact of AIDS on older people in sub-Saharan Africa - lessons from HelpAge
- HelpAge International, 2011
- During the period 2006 – 2010, a regional HIV and AIDS advocacy programme was implemented in the sub Saharan African countries. In this respect, HelpAge and its partners undertook a number of activities under the thematic areas of HIV...
- Donor strategy toward Ethiopia needs fundamental rethinking
- B. Rawlence / Human Rights Watch, 2010
- Ethiopia is one of the poorest countries in the world, and is also one of the world's largest recipients of foreign development aid. Foreign donors insist that their support underwrites agricultural growth, food security, and other non-poli...
- Supporting civil society and NGOs in Ethiopia
- E. Whist; T. Araso; A. Disch / Scanteam, 2007
- How can civil society and NGOs be supported by donors? This paper reviews experiences in Ethiopia, looking at different models for supporting civil society and investigating possibilities for improving and increasing effectiveness of direct...
- The water sector and aid effectiveness
- K Welle; B Evans; J Tucker / Overseas Development Institute, 2008
- This paper reviews the extent to which the five Paris Principles (PPs) on Aid Effectiveness (AE) are being applied in the water and sanitation sector. Comparisons are made between the water, health and education sectors. The five principles...
- How can country ownership of development policy be strengthened?
- P. de Renzio; L. Whitfield; I. Bergamaschi / Department of International Development (Queen Elizabeth House), University of Oxford, 2008
- In the last decade there has been a significant shift in the paradigm for foreign aid, embodied in the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness in 2005. Recipient governments are urged to take ownership of development policies and aid activit...
- Rural livelihoods in Ethiopia and the Millennium Development Goals
- R. Bluffstone; M. Yesuf; B. Bushie / Environment and Development Consultancy Ltd, 2008
- This paper analyses the nature of rural poverty in Ethiopia. It situates this analysis within the context of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) which provide an umbrella for efforts to increase incomes and improve the quality of life o...
- Improving direct support to NGOs
- A. Disch (ed); L. Moberg (ed); R. Bezerra (ed) / Scanteam, 2007
- The six "Nordic" donors - Canada, Finland, Ireland, Norway, Sweden and the UK - commissioned a review of alternative models of support to civil society. This document is the result and aims to review these experiences. The paper c...
- Views on the current financial crisis from the global South
- Institute of Development Studies UK, 2008
- The global financial crisis is already beginning to have an impact on the ‘real economy’ in poorer countries around the world. However, the debate in the west about the impact of the crisis has largely ignored its impa...