European Development Cooperation and the Poor

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St. Martin's Press, 2000 - History - 236 pages
What are the poverty reduction goals of the European development cooperation agencies? This book examines the credibility of their actual record in terms of their commitment and approaches to poverty reduction. The poverty impact of their aid programs and their good and bad practices are assessed based on field studies in seven poor countries. New thinking on how to maximize benefits to poor people is explored and changes in agency management systems and dialogue are recommended.

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Cox has served as a Speicalist Advisor to the International Development Committee of the House of Commons.

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