Aid and the Private Sector: Catalysing Poverty Reduction and Development?

The Reality of Aid Network Download this chapter
  • Acknowledgement
  • Preface
Part 1: ReportsDownload this chapter
  • Political Overview: Aid and the Private Sector: A Catalyst for Poverty Reduction? The Reality of Aid International Coordinating Committee
Chapter 1: Public Development and the Private SectorDownload this chapter
  • Investing in the "business" of development - Donor approaches to engaging the private sector Shannon Kindornay, The North-South Institute and Fraser Reilly - King, Canadian Council for International Co-operation
  • Private profit for public good? Can investing in private companies deliver for the poor? Joroen Kwakkenbos, EURODAD
  • Aid for the Latin America Investment Facility: Clarity on private sector and focus towards SMEs neededToni Sandell, APRODEV and Gustavo Hernandez, ALOP
Chapter 2: Frameworks to Enable Positive Development PracticeDownload this chapter
  • Development Assistance and Private Sector in Mexico Laura Becerra Pozos and Oscar Pineda Tellez, Deca Equipo Pueblo/ALOP
  • Australia's Mining for Development Initiative: Blurring the Boundaries Between Private Profit and Public Development Claire Parlift, Gareth Bryant and Liz Barrett, AID/WATCH
  • Private Sector in Development: The invisible return of the invisible hand Jan Dereymaeker, International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)
  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Peru: An analysis from Non Government Organizations Eduardo Toche, Centro de Estudios y Promocion del Desarrollo - DESCO
Chapter 3: Appraising Development ResultsDownload this chapter
  • What's in it for development? Assessing the Belgian Investment Company for Developing Countries' (BIO) Development Outcomes Jan Van de Poel, 11.11.11 - Coalition of Flemish North South Movement
  • Mass Transport and Development in the Philippines: Privatizing the rail transit system Arnold Padilla, IBON¬†Foundation
  • Private Sector in Development: Infrastructure challenges and opportunities for Africa Fanwell Kenala Bokosi, PhD and Tauri Chiraerae, African Forum and Network on Debt and Development
  • Does private sector focus on real development in Bangladesh? Ahmed Swapan Mahmud and Farjana Akter, VOICE
Chapter 4: Global Aid Trends, BRICS Reports and OECD ReportsDownload this chapter
  • Global Aid Trends: A Growing Donor Private Sector Orientation in Multistakeholder Aid Architecture Brian Tomlinson, AidWatch Canada
  • BRICS Reports Brazil Emerging Brazilian cooperation: Reflection on its parameters and public-private bounderies Vera Masagao, Abong (Brazilian NGO Platform), Bianca Suyama, and Luara Lopes, Artculacao, SUL (South-South Cooperation Research and Policy Centre)
  • India Aid and the Private Sector: A study in the context of India Sagarika Chowdhary, Balendushekhar Mangalmurty and Anil K Singh, South Asian Network for Social and Agricultural Development (SANSAD)45
  • OECD Reports
  • Australia Focus on Market-Driven Economic Development Undermines Aid Effectiveness Liz Barett and Claire Parfitt, AID/WATCH
  • Belguim New Perspective After Two Years of Standstill Koen Detavernier, Jan Van de Poel & Garet Ysewyn, 11.11.11 - The Coalition of Flemish North South Movement
  • Canada A New Era for Canadian Aid - But is fighting Poverty in the Mix? Fraser Reilly-King, Canadian Council for International Co-operation
  • European Commission European Union Institutions CONCORD AidWatch Europs
  • France Implementing consistent policies in the fight against poverty and inequality Flore Tixier, Coordination SUD
  • Finland Transformation of the Finnish Development Policy: The private turn Matti Ylonen, PhD Researcher, World Politics, University of Helsinki
  • Germany More private engagement - less poverty reduction? Tobias Hauschild, Oxfram Germany, and Jana Rosenboom, German Association of Development NGOs (VENRO)
  • Italy The struggle to arrest the decline in the Italian development cooperation Damiano Sabuzi and Luca De Fraia, ActionAid Italy
  • Japan Japan's Aid: A Real Kizuna? Akio Tokayanagi, Policy Advisor< Japan NGO Center for International Cooperation
  • Korea Infrastructure-Oriented ODA policy and increasing role of private sector in development cooperation YUN Ji Young, ODA Watch and Mihyeon Lee, Peoples Solidarity for Participatory Democracy
  • Luxembourg A proud deliverer of development aid with some concerns on policy coherence Chris Dahm, Cercle de Cooperation des ONG de developpement
  • The Netherlands Development aid and private sector Sasja Bokkerink and Steffie Verstappen, Oxfam Novib
  • New Zealand Aotearoa New Zealand: Abrupt changes challenges CSOs Anna Hamer-Adams & Perdam Pirnia, Council for International Development (CID)
  • Sweden Improving transparency, challenges with emphasis on the private sector Peter Sorbom, for Diakonia and Forum Syd
  • Switzerland Swiss Parliament finally agrees to increase ODA Nina Schneider, Alliance Sud - Swiss Alliance of Development Organisations
  • United States of America U.S. Foreign Assistance in 2012: Effectiveness, Ownership, and the Private Sector William Merrow, InterAction
Part 2: Glossary of Aid TermsDownload this chapter
Part 3: RoA Members DirectoryDownload this chapter