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Cash transfers reduce inequality but not enough to break poverty cycle
F.V. Soares; R.P. Ribas; R.G. Osorio / International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth 2007
Created in 2004, Brazil's Bolsa Familia programme consists of monthly cash transfers to poor households with children or pregnant women and unconditional transfers to extremely poor households. This paper examines how successfully and...
Analysing the effectiveness of tsunami aid delivery in Sri Lanka
M. Haug / Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research 2007
This report analyses the delivery of tsunami aid in Sri Lanka through international non-governmental organisations and the interface between the international aid delivery system and Sri Lankan governance institutions, civil society o...
Monitoring aid for trade
S. Wignaraja; C. Miras / Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2007
This report takes stock of trends and developments in aid flows between 2002-2005 that are most closely related to aid for trade. Setting out the Wold Trade Organisation (WTO) monitoring framework, it briefly outlines donor and partne...
The participation of stakeholders beyond the drafting process of Poverty Reduction Strategies
W. Eberlei / Social Development, World Bank 2007
This paper is part of a research project analysing the participation of stakeholders beyond the drafting process of Poverty Reduction Strategies (PRS). A number of constraints impede meaningful participation in many countries. However...
World Bank and IMF must fully analyse impacts before embarking on action
E. Stuart / European Network on Debt and Development 2007
Do the World Bank and the IMF fully consider how their advice might affect the lives of the poor? This paper contends that both institutions should ensure that before they recommend a course of action, they analyse its impacts on poor...
What's wrong with the current aid effectiveness agenda? a CSO perspective
K. Sen / CSO Parallel Process to the Ghana High Level Forum Network 2007
While civil society organisations (CSOs) were present during the signing of the Paris Declaration (PD) in March 2005, there have been growing concerns about the lack of an active civil society role in the process.  This briefing ...
What can climate change specialists learn from development research?
D. Cammack / Overseas Development Institute 2007
Climate change has reached the top of the international agenda even while debates about its causes, consequences, timing, trajectory and remedies continue. This opinion piece argues that there are two primary problems which plague ong...
The new aid architecture: concepts and key issues
S. Meyer; N-S. Schulz / Fride 2007
In the context of FRIDE's research project entitled "Donor harmonisation: Between effectiveness and democratisation", this paper presents the analytical and conceptual framework that form the basis for the upcoming country studie...
Spanish development cooperation: right on track or missing the mark?
S. Meyer / Fride 2007
Since 2004, Spanish development cooperation has undergone rapid reform. Spain has increased development funding in an unprecedented manner. Based on the 2004 Government plans, this report documents the results three years later. ...
The performance of the Norwegian Refugee Council: examples from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Colombia
A. Strand; K. Haarberg; K. Brodkorp / Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD 2007
The main objective of this review is to assess Norwegian Refugee Council's (NRC) ability to achieve effective aid given its available financial, human and professional resources and work methods. In addition to interviews at the NRC h...
Items 1 to 10 of 406

Items 1 to 10 of 406

Cash transfers reduce inequality but not enough to break poverty cycle
F.V. Soares; R.P. Ribas; R.G. Osorio / International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth 2007
Created in 2004, Brazil's Bolsa Familia programme consists of monthly cash transfers to poor households with children or pregnant women and unconditional transfers to extremely poor households. This paper examines how successfully and...
Analysing the effectiveness of tsunami aid delivery in Sri Lanka
M. Haug / Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research 2007
This report analyses the delivery of tsunami aid in Sri Lanka through international non-governmental organisations and the interface between the international aid delivery system and Sri Lankan governance institutions, civil society o...
Monitoring aid for trade
S. Wignaraja; C. Miras / Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2007
This report takes stock of trends and developments in aid flows between 2002-2005 that are most closely related to aid for trade. Setting out the Wold Trade Organisation (WTO) monitoring framework, it briefly outlines donor and partne...
The participation of stakeholders beyond the drafting process of Poverty Reduction Strategies
W. Eberlei / Social Development, World Bank 2007
This paper is part of a research project analysing the participation of stakeholders beyond the drafting process of Poverty Reduction Strategies (PRS). A number of constraints impede meaningful participation in many countries. However...
World Bank and IMF must fully analyse impacts before embarking on action
E. Stuart / European Network on Debt and Development 2007
Do the World Bank and the IMF fully consider how their advice might affect the lives of the poor? This paper contends that both institutions should ensure that before they recommend a course of action, they analyse its impacts on poor...
What's wrong with the current aid effectiveness agenda? a CSO perspective
K. Sen / CSO Parallel Process to the Ghana High Level Forum Network 2007
While civil society organisations (CSOs) were present during the signing of the Paris Declaration (PD) in March 2005, there have been growing concerns about the lack of an active civil society role in the process.  This briefing ...
What can climate change specialists learn from development research?
D. Cammack / Overseas Development Institute 2007
Climate change has reached the top of the international agenda even while debates about its causes, consequences, timing, trajectory and remedies continue. This opinion piece argues that there are two primary problems which plague ong...
The new aid architecture: concepts and key issues
S. Meyer; N-S. Schulz / Fride 2007
In the context of FRIDE's research project entitled "Donor harmonisation: Between effectiveness and democratisation", this paper presents the analytical and conceptual framework that form the basis for the upcoming country studie...
Spanish development cooperation: right on track or missing the mark?
S. Meyer / Fride 2007
Since 2004, Spanish development cooperation has undergone rapid reform. Spain has increased development funding in an unprecedented manner. Based on the 2004 Government plans, this report documents the results three years later. ...
The performance of the Norwegian Refugee Council: examples from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Colombia
A. Strand; K. Haarberg; K. Brodkorp / Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD 2007
The main objective of this review is to assess Norwegian Refugee Council's (NRC) ability to achieve effective aid given its available financial, human and professional resources and work methods. In addition to interviews at the NRC h...
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