Impact Of Foreign Aid Needs Unbiased Evaluation, Experts Say In BMJ Global Health Editorial

The Guardian: U.K. government among those exaggerating impact of aid
“A ‘success cartel’ of major donor agencies, including the U.K. government, is exaggerating its impact in the world’s poorest countries, hundreds of researchers have warned. Writing in the journal BMJ Global Health, academics raised serious concerns about the independence of evaluations into global health and development projects, and called for greater safeguards to stop powerful bodies from influencing results…” (Ratcliffe, 7/3).

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