Where to Now? Implications of changing relations between DFID, recipient governments and NGOs in Malawi, Tanzania and Uganda (2006)

In the past decades aid delivery to developing world had continued to change. This report explores challenges faced by NGOs together with implications of the rapidly changing aid delivery modalities in the aftermath of Paris declaration on especially both international and local CSOs, using case studies of four African countries: Malawi, Tanzania and Uganda.

  • Countries: Malawi, Tanzania, United Republic of, Uganda
  • Co-authors: Action Aid
  • Published: January 2006

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