UN development aid [WP1033]

Date:
19 November, 2010
Themes:
Human rights, good governance and faith

How does international aid create societal and political pressures within the very countries it aims to help? Focusing on Madagascar, we examine donor behaviour and its impact on a nation’s capacity to deliver the responsibilities of government.

This is the second podcast recorded during our meeting to discuss the future on the UN Development System in November 2010.

Contributors are:

Sir Richard Jolly, Honorary Professor and Research Associate, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, UK

Saraswathi Menon, Director, Evaluation Office, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), New York, USA

Andry Raharinomena, Director for Economic Cooperation and Aid Coordination, Ministry of Economy and Finance, Antananarivo, Madagascar

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