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CEA 2006 - Aide Extérieure en Afrique: Role, Expérience et Défis

11-nov-2006

African governments have made commitments to implement national development strategies that incorporate MDGs based on domestic resource mobilization and support from the international development community. The implementation of national development strategies incorporating MDGs require a substantial scaling up internal and external resources and enhancing their effectiveness. In this context, the objective of this paper is to assess the role foreign aid problem in development in Africa, improve the understanding of the economic, institutional and governance impact of aid dependence and provide suggestions on how to make more effective use of aid and ultimately manage a smooth exit from aid dependence. Action will need to be taken on both sides to do the business of aid management differently from they have done in the past.

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