09 Jun Improving Mutual Accountability for Aid Effectiveness
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|Authors||A woman’s life: Shefa Khana, Maaina Khana and Ashpaz Khana (Hospital, Clinic, and Kitchen)|
|Theme||Social Protection and Livelihoods|
|Date of Publication||June 09, 2009|
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 development aid more effective by, for instance, increasing public support for development policies, increasing a government’s legitimacy, increasing donor accountability, and contributing to anti-corruption measures.