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Development Co-operation Report 2009
OECD Publishing, March 2009, Pages: 256
This edition of OECD's annual Development Co-operation Report provides key statistics and analysis on the latest trends in international aid.
Eckhard Deutscher, who recently took over as Chairman of the Development Assistance Committee, reports back on the Accra High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness and the need to step up our efforts to make aid work better for developing countries in this time of economic crisis. The report also addresses fragmentation, a major problem when aid comes in too many small slices from too many directions and - drawing on case studies from number of countries - offers five lessons on how the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness can be used to make the link between development policy and human rights, environmental sustainability and gender equality.
The title of the “Development Co-operation Report” has traditionally carried the date of the year preceding its publication. We would like to alert readers to the fact that, as of this issue, the title will reflect the actual year of publication. This issue will, therefore, be entitled “Development Co-operation Report 2009”. Please note that this Report incorporates data submitted to the OECD up to 15 November 2008; these data correspond to flows in 2007..
Foreword by the Secretary-General
1. Globalisation: A Shifting Context for Development Policy
2. How Fragmented is Aid?
3. How Predictable is Aid?
4. What the Reports are Saying
5. The Bigger Picture: The Paris Declaration and Broader Development Goals
6. Efforts and Policies of Bilateral Donors
-Other OECD Donors
-Other Providers of Development Assistance