Real Transformation Through Aid ‘Takes Broad-Based Institutional Development’

Center for Global Development’s “Rethinking U.S. Development Policy”: Wiping Out Poverty with a New (Old) Aid Strategy
Charles Kenny, a senior fellow at the Center for Global Development, writes about different development aid strategies, arguing real change does not come “from handing out free bed nets or providing fifty-cent transfers alone, it takes broad-based institutional development. Safety net aid is good and valuable, but it surely can’t be all that aid is about — even if the focus is squarely on the poorest…” (3/23).

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