Report DC-EUR-3 DEEEP-REPORT-2018-018

Hitting the Target? Evaluating the effectiveness of results-based approaches to aid

J. Pereira ; Carlos Villota

2010
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Abstract: In this report we assess the potential of results-based approaches to deliver long-term and sustainable results by measuring the performance of different initiatives against widely agreed aid effectiveness principles. These principles - developed and agreed by all donors in four high level summits -were a response to the failure of project-based approaches that increased transaction costs, failed to have sustainable impact on recipient countries’ systems and often collapsed once funders moved on. They were an important attempt to move away from donor-driven aid that tended to promote the foreign policies of donors rather than focusing on poverty reduction.

Keyword(s): Result-based Initiatives ; Aid effectiveness ; donors ; Poverty reduction ; MGD ; Partnership ; mutual accountability ; Transparency ; Paris Declaration ; Procurement

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