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Aid Effectiveness and Coordination

Status: Completed
Publications from this research project:

Mutual Accountability in Afghanistan: Promoting Partnerships in Development Aid?

This paper focuses on how mutual accountability in development aid is understood and how it works in practice in Afghanistan, while also examining the challenges involved in achieving mutual accountability in aid relationships. It concludes that mutual accountability can make Read More

Improving Mutual Accountability for Aid Effectiveness

This paper focuses on how mutual accountability in development aid is understood and how it works in practice in Afghanistan, while also examining the challenges involved in achieving mutual accountability in aid relationships. It concludes that mutual accountability can make Read More

Reflections on the Paris Declaration and Aid Effectiveness in Afghanistan

Aid to Afghanistan is widely criticised for being ineffective. This report argues that although the principles laid out in the 2005 Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness are worthy, the framework is inadequate to ensure aid effectiveness in Afghanistan.

National Risk and Vulnerability Assessment 2003: A Stakeholder-Generated Methodology

This paper examines the methodology and objectives of the national level annual assessment conducted by the World Food Programme’s Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping Unit to explore Afghanistan’s likely food needs for the following year.

Strategic Coordination in Afghanistan

Based on consultations held with 70 people from the United Nations (UN), aid donor countries, the Afghanistan Interim Administration (AIA), ISAF, Coalition Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force (CJCMOTF) and nongovernmental organisations (NGOs), this study identifies the issues related to strategic Read More

Review of the Strategic Framework for Afghanistan

Produced soon after September 2001, this report explored the nature of the international community’s engagement with Afghanistan and how political, assistance and human rights objectives should interconnect in the wake of 9/11.

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