Aid Effectiveness: Trends and Impacts of Shifting Financial Flows to CSOs in southern Africa

Friday, 8 June, 2007 - 10:44

“Aid Effectiveness: Trends and Impacts of Shifting Financial Flows to Civil Society Organisations in southern Africa”, is a study commissioned by the Southern Africa Trust (SAT).

“Aid Effectiveness: Trends and Impacts of Shifting Financial Flows to Civil Society Organisations in southern Africa”, is a study commissioned by the Southern Africa Trust (SAT). The study is aimed at generating knowledge and insight about how changes in global aid policies are affecting donor support to civil society in Southern Africa.

It also notes that civil society has a critical role to play in ensuring that aid becomes effective in reducing poverty, but also finds that traditional donor agencies are not always strong in providing direct support to strengthen the capacity of civil society to participate in poverty reduction and to make governments more accountable.

To view the full report, click here.

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