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ContributionsInternational Council of Voluntary Agencies.
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ISBN 101853832928

Part I of The Reality of Aid presents an overview of poverty in the current global context and an analysis of recent trends in aid - looking particularly at basic education. In Part II, chapters by experts from NGOs in OECD countries and the European Union show how donor aid administrations approach poverty - and highlight the weakness of political commitment in the North.

First produced inThe Reality of Aid has established itself as a unique source of independent evaluation and comment on aid policies and developments.

It is indispensable for all involved in development aid, whether in the official or voluntary sectors. Originally published in Cited by:   The Reality of Aid London: Routledge, COPY.

NOW IN ITS SIXTH ANNUAL EDITION, The Reality of Aid has for the first time analysed the 'fair share' of bilateral aid for basic social services basic education, basic health, reproductive health, nutrition, clean water and sanitation - that should come from each Cited by:   Now in its fourth annual edition, The Reality of Aid critically examines the reality behind the rhetoric of development assistance, and the discrepancy between the targets that the 21 member countries of the OECD Development Assistance Committee are publically committed to and the aid that is actually by: The reality of aid [Tony German; Judith Randel;] -- This publication is an annual comparative study of overseas development assistance in countries in the OECD.

It provides an overview of trends in development spending followed by a country to country. The 32 Reality of Aid country chapters have collated evidence through in-country research, meetings and interviews over the past 10 months with government officials, donors and CSOs.

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