U.K. DFID Piloting Needs-Based Assessments To Improve Aid Effectiveness In Several Country Programs

Devex: Exclusive: What are DFID’s new country diagnostic pilots?
“The United Kingdom Department for International Development is internally piloting a new needs-based assessment strategy for a number of its country programs, with the aim of better understanding in-country poverty trends, politics, and economics for program design and delivery. … Devex has learned that the pilot countries are Iraq, Zimbabwe, and Kenya, and that the DFID Zimbabwe teams have already begun consultations with NGOs…” (Anders, 7/3).

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