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Donor Proliferation and Co-ordination: Experiences of Kenya and Indonesia

Published on 2 April 2011

One of the main problems associated with aid is the proliferation of donors and projects, and one of the main solutions is thought to lie in greater coordination between donors.

This paper examines whether progress has been made in recent years, comparing two countries (Kenya and Indonesia) and two sectors.

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McCormick, D. and Schmitz, H. (2011) 'Donor Proliferation and Co-ordination: Experiences of Kenya and Indonesia', Journal of Asian and African Studies 46.2:149-168

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Hubert Schmitz

Emeritus Fellow

Donor Proliferation and Co-ordination: Experiences of Kenya and Indonesia

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Sage Journals
authors
McCormick, D. and Schmitz, H.
journal
Journal of Asian and African Studies, volume 46, issue 2
doi
10.1177/0021909610395892

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