Senegal and Aid and debt
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- 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...
- Overcoming the MDG challenge: analysis and prescription from around the world
- J. Cockburn (ed); M. Valdivia (ed) / Poverty and Economic Policy Network, 2008
- The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) reached their half-way mark in 2007 amidst both disappointment and hope: although progress on the goals had been limited, particularly in the world’s poorer countries, there was still suff...
- Debt relief a better option than aid (loans) for Senegal
- Bazoumana Ouattara / id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2007
- Aid is a major source of government revenue for many developing countries. Senegal, which has also built up a large country debt, receives a significant proportion of its government revenues from aid. But is aid the best way to suppor...
- Building gender equality into the aid effectiveness agenda
- United Nations Development Fund for Women, 2006
- In line with the increasing emphasis on aid effectiveness, including promoting new partnerships for channeling aid, this paper reports on the extent to which gender equality is and should be part of this agenda. The report reflects co...
- Tackling climate change and aid in Africa
- Andrew Simms; Hannah Reid / id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2006
- Climate change is already affecting many developing countries. In Africa, over 70 percent of workers rely on small-scale farming dependent on direct rainfall. Even small changes to weather patterns can threaten food security and healt...
- Aid does raise economic growth in Africa – indirectly
- Karuna Gomanee; Sourafel Girma; Oliver Morrissey / id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2006
- Despite receiving large amounts of aid, sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) has a poor economic growth record. This has led some observers to conclude that aid to Africa has been ineffective. But this is not the case. Aid has contributed to grow...
- A synthesis report of infratstructure development in Senegal, Bangladesh, Thailand and Zambia
- S. Jahan; R. McCleery / United Nations Development Programme, 2005
- Infrastructure is a general concept that encompasses many of the obvious, physical features of civilisation. But more relevant to the goal of poverty reduction are infrastructure services, which include the social and economic benefit...
- Making European aid democratic
- id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2006
- European Community (EC) development aid claims to be focused on poverty reduction, human rights, participation and democracy. But it is debatable how much civil society organisations influence the Country Strategy Papers that determin...
- Ownership and alignment need to be strengthened in OECD countries
- Development Assistance Committee, OECD, 2004
- This report presents a draft overview of the results of an indicator based survey undertaken across the 14 countries by the OECD Development Assistance Committees (DAC) Task Team on Harmonisation and Alignment. While part...
- Donor assistance necessary to facilitative political leverage among poor livestock producers
- D.K. Leonard / Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2004
- This paper analyses political organisation and action that can be used to overcome the lack of voice of poor producers in the domestic and international policy arenas. The study builds on case studies from Vietnam, India, Ethiopia, Se...