Democratic Ownership and Development Effectiveness: Civil Society Perspectives on Progress since Paris

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Preface

PART 1: Overview  Download this chapter

  • Achieving Progress for Development Effectiveness in Busan: An Overview of CSO Evidence
    The Reality of Aid International Coordinating Committee

PART 2: Country Reports  Download this chapter

  • Benin
    Challenges for Democratic Ownership and Development Effectiveness
    Aurélien C. Atidegla, Groupe de Recherche et d’Action pour la Promotion de l’Agriculture et du Développement (GRAPAD)/ Reality of Aid Africa
  • Cameroon
    Resources Giant, Development Failures: Improving Local Living Conditions by Implementing the Aid Effectiveness Principles
    Christine Andela and Samuel Biroki, COSADER : NGOs Collective for Food Security and Rural Development
  • Ghana
    Democratic Ownership and Development Results: Are the politics, policies, power and institutions properly aligned?
    Samuel Zan Akologo, Ghana Aid Effectiveness Forum
  • Kenya
    Towards Improving Democratic Ownership of Development
    ActionAid Kenya
  • Lesotho
    Civil Society Perspectives on Aid Effectiveness
    Maseru Lesotho, Economic Justice Network Lesotho
  • Nigeria
    Creating an Environment for Mutual Accountability and Democratic Ownership
    David Tola Winjobi, CAFSO-WRAG for Development
  • Rwanda
    Better Aid to End Aid Dependency
    Sulah Nuwamanya, ActionAid Rwanda
  • Senegal
    Challenges for Democratic Ownership and Development Effectiveness
    Demba Moussa Dembele, Africaine de Recherche et de Cooperation pour l’Appui au Developpement Endogene (ARCADE)
  • Sudan
    The Reality of Aid in Sudan: Democratic Ownership and Development Results for the People
    Medani Abbas Medani Mohamed, National Civic Forum
  • Uganda
    Uganda Registers Mixed Progress under the 2005 Paris Declaration
    Richard Ssewakiryanga, CSO Aid and Development Effectiveness Platform
  • Bangladesh
    Challenges for Democratic Ownership and Development Effectiveness
    Ahmed Swapan Mahmud and Farjana Akter, VOICE
  • Cambodia
    Implementing and Monitoring the Paris Declaration
    Monika Nowaczyk, Cooperation Committee for Cambodia
  • China
    Independent Ownership and Inclusive Parliament Lead to Development Success
    Shuwen Zhou, China Association for NGOs Cooperation
  • Indonesia
    Under the Shadow of the IMF and WB Conditionalities
    S.K. Nikmah and Don K. Marut, INFID
  • Kazakhstan
    Alternative Review of the Implementation of the Paris Declaration and the Accra
    Agenda for Action
    Yevgeniya Kozyreva, The Feminist League
  • Kyrgyzstan
    Country Monitoring Report on Aid Effectiveness
    Nurgul Djanaeva, Forum of Women’s NGOs of Kyrgyzstan
  • Lebanon
    Effectiveness of Government – a Prelude to Aid Effectiveness
    Nahwa Al Muwatiniya
  • Mongolia
    Monitoring Implementation of Paris and Accra Commitments: The Mongolian Experience
    Urantsooj Gombosuren, Centre for Human Rights and Democracy
  • Nepal
    Civil Society Perspective on Aid Effectiveness Reform
    Rabin Subedi, Rural Reconstruction Nepal, Nepal Policy Institute, Bheri Environmental and Excellency Group, Development Lawyer Association
  • Pakistan
    Backtracking from Development Agenda
    Shujauddin Qureshi, Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research, Karachi
  • Palestine
    A Civil Society Perspective on International Aid Effectiveness
    The Palestinian Non-Governmental Organizations Network
  • Philippines
    White Elephants in the Philippines: Ownership on Paper
    Nicolas Gloeckl, IBON International
  • Sri Lanka
    Creating Environments for Development Disasters
    Arjuna Seneviratne, The Green Movement of Sri Lanka Inc.
  • Tajikistan
    Country Monitoring Report 2010
    Juraeva Sh.A. Kast Kh.E., CSO “Jahon”
  • Vanuatu
    Failing to Catch the Flowing Tide of the Paris Declaration
    John Salong, Vanuatu Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (VANGO)
  • Yemen
    Assessing Ownership and Results for Development
    Nabil Abdulhafidh Majed, Social Democratic Forum
  • Bolivia
    Development Effectiveness in Bolivia: A Process in Gestation
    Juan Luis Espada and Susana Eróstegui, Unión Nacional de Instituciones para el Trabajo de Acción Social- UNITAS
  • Ecuador
    Between the Progress of the Citizen’s Revolution and the Difficulties of Civil Society
    Molina C. in collaboration with Celi C. and Toro A., Research Center CIUDAD- Observatory of the Cooperation to the Development in Ecuador
  • Guatemala
    Effectiveness of Cooperation for Development: A Balance Sheet
    Norayda Arabella Ponce Sosa and Helmer Velásquez, NGO and Cooperatives Coordination (CONGCOOP)
  • Honduras
    Abandoning Honduras?
    Ileana Morales, Foro Social de Deuda Externa y Desarrollo de Honduras (FOSDEH)
  • Mexico
    Tendencies in International Development Cooperation
    Laura Becerra Pozos, Equipo Pueblo
  • Peru
    Still Wanting In Development Results for the People
    Asociación Nacional de Centros de Investigación Social y Desarollo- ANC

PART 3: Thematic Chapters  Download this chapter

  • Civil Society, Aid Effectiveness and Enabling Environment The Cases of Burkina Faso, Ghana and Zambia
    Vitalice Meja, Reality of Aid Network- Africa
  • An Assessment of Gender Equality and Human Rights Commitments in Paris
    Declaration/Accra Agenda for Action Plans
    Alexandra Pittman and Anne Schoenstein with Lydia Alpízar, Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID)
  • Aid Effectiveness: How to Make It Healthier
    A Report Prepared for Action for Global Health
    Rebekah Webb

PART 4: Reality of Aid Update  Download this chapter

  • A Reality of Aid Update: Trends in Total Official Development Assistance
    Brian Tomlinson, Reality of Aid Network-International Coordinating Committee

PART 5: Reality of Aid Network Members Directory  Download this chapter