• 8-December-2015

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    Concentration Difficulties? An analysis of Swedish Aid Proliferation

    One of the major points on the Paris Agenda on aid effectiveness was the negative effects of aid dispersion –too many donors, too many activities in too many recipient countries. In 2007, Sweden launched an ambitious policy of concentrating its bilateral aid in certain groups of partner countries. This report revisits the arguments for why aid dispersion should be reduced and finds them, on balance, to be valid still.

  • 22-November-2012

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    Mutual accountability in practice: The case of Mozambique

    Mozambique is chosen as a case study due to its reputation as a forerunner on aid effectiveness and on mutual accountability in particular. In Mozambique, there is a well-developed mechanism and a certain amount of institutional capacity for the implementation of mutual accountability.

  • 10-January-2011

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    Evaluation of the Paris Declaration - Phase 2 Donor HQ Study - Swedish Aid

    The Swedish Government has incorporated much of the Paris Declaration in steering and policy documents and Sweden has been highly active in advancing the aid effectiveness agenda internationally.