In the current discussions around this week’s first High-Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation, transparency, accountability, and inclusion are not being sufficiently integrated.
A guest post by Dorothy Ngoma, Principal Secretary and National Coordinator of Malawi's Presidential Initiative for Maternal Health and Safe Motherhood.
Few Americans would disagree that the aim of US foreign assistance to developing countries must be to help people help themselves. But did you know…?
Nicola McIvor is the aid and inequality policy advisor at Oxfam Great Britian.
Counterinsurgency, counterterrorism, and development objectives converge in contested spaces, greatly complicating aid programs.
How do we turn platitudes of supporting locally-led efforts into a reality? asks Semkae Kilonzo of Tanzania's Policy Forum
Are the same objections to cash transfers also getting in the way of aid reform?
Treasury and Department of Defense finally show us the money!
Greg Adams discusses "A Quiet Renaissance in American Aid" on the Gates Foundation's Impatient Optimists blog.