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Haiti earthquake: Where has the aid money gone?

Haiti earthquake: Where has the aid money gone? | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
Claire Provost: Two years on from Haiti's devastating earthquake, find out which donors have not delivered on their pledges and who has received the aid money paid out...
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The most current approaches, new trends, reviews and alternative proposals in the evolution of Aid
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GHA Report 2012 Summary | Global Humanitarian Assistance

GHA Report 2012 Summary | Global Humanitarian Assistance | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it

In an increasingly uncertain world characterised by economic instability, conflict and increased frequency and severity of natural disasters brought about by climate change, the humanitarian system is struggling to adapt.

GHA Report 2012 presents transparent and reliable analysis of how the international response has measured up to the scale of global humanitarian crises, and is an essential resource for all those working to address humanitarian crisis and vulnerability

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Marrying ‘randomistas’ with ‘regressionistas’: A review of Ravallion’s review of Poor Economics

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Capacity, complexity and consulting: lessons from managing capacity development projects

Capacity, complexity and consulting: lessons from managing capacity development projects | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
This paper reflects on some of the Research and Policy in Development (RAPID) Programme's capacity development work in recent years and draw implications for future practice for both consultants and funders.
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Mixed Progress Toward the MDGs in Asia Pacific

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Future of Aid

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What’s going on with global inequality? Let’s ask Andy Sumner

What’s going on with global inequality? Let’s ask Andy Sumner | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
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Are high transport costs holding back development in Africa? | Chris Blattman

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Book Review: Next Generation Business Strategies for the Base of the Pyramid

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'In 10 years' time, Ghana may not require any aid at all'

'In 10 years' time, Ghana may not require any aid at all' | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
Ghana is one of Africa's great successes – a stable and thriving country that is testament to the impact of aid.
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The charity disparity: can corporate benevolence be free of self-interest?

The charity disparity: can corporate benevolence be free of self-interest? | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
Jonathan Glennie: Poverty and profit-making are uneasy bedfellows, but an ethical response to development issues is not beyond big business...
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What Does the “Conditional” in “Conditional Cash Transfers” Accomplish? » Global Development: Views from the Center

What Does the “Conditional” in “Conditional Cash Transfers” Accomplish? » Global Development: Views from the Center | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
Some economists, with their recent fad for “evaluation”, have managed to get themselves deeply confused about what the “conditional” in “conditional cash transfer” (CCT) is really about.
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Delivering Development: Book Review of a study on ‘globalization’s shoreline’

Delivering Development: Book Review of a study on ‘globalization’s shoreline’ | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
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Why don’t we just send aid money directly to poor people’s cellphones?

Why don’t we just send aid money directly to poor people’s cellphones? | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
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Open Information and Aid Transparency | Oxfam GB

Open Information and Aid Transparency | Oxfam GB | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it

Oxfam is committed to being transparent in its work and accountable to its key stakeholders, in particular people living in poverty. We share information with people living in poverty, partner organisations, and the general public, and we are accountable to our staff, volunteers, supporters, donors, suppliers and host governments. The information we publish and how we respond to requests for information are important aspects of accountability.

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Impact Evaluation RCTs and Community Development

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A View From The Cave: Gender Bias in Development Commentary

A View From The Cave: Gender Bias in Development Commentary | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
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UNESCO and evil dictators

UNESCO and evil dictators | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
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Supporting transparency: country pilots

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The realtime challenge: some cutting edge data-gathering from the UN

The realtime challenge: some cutting edge data-gathering from the UN | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
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Who Are the Top NGOs in the World?

Who Are the Top NGOs in the World? | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
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A View From The Cave: Seeing Beyond the River

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AID POLICY: UN Integration under the spotlight

AID POLICY: UN Integration under the spotlight | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
Putting all UN operations in a country under a single management structure is not as simple as it might sound.
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Data-Free Evaluation

Data-Free Evaluation | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
 
George Bernard Shaw quipped, "If all economists were laid end to end, they would not reach a conclusion."  However, economists should not be singled out on this account -- there is an equal s...
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Haiti earthquake: Where has the aid money gone?

Haiti earthquake: Where has the aid money gone? | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it
Claire Provost: Two years on from Haiti's devastating earthquake, find out which donors have not delivered on their pledges and who has received the aid money paid out...
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Should we worry about redefining aid?

Should we worry about redefining aid? | News, reflections and innovation in Development Aid | Scoop.it

Maybe, but perhaps it's more important to look beyond definitions and quantity of aid to dissect donor claims and analyse how public money is being spent...

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