Working Paper Examines Challenges Of Middle-Income Countries Set To Transition From Multilateral Assistance

Brookings Institution: Are tough times ahead for countries graduating from foreign aid?
Gavin Yamey, director of the Center for Policy Impact in Global Health and professor of global health at the Duke Global Health Institute, and Robert Hecht, president of Pharos Global Health Advisors and professor in the School of Public Health and the Jackson Institute of Global Affairs at Yale University, discuss the challenges some middle-income countries could face as they transition away from multilateral concessional assistance. The authors highlight an analysis they conducted with other colleagues examining countries that previously graduated from International Development Association (IDA) support (3/8).

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