By: Michael Rahija Roberta Antonaci Lucia Latino. MESCI 20 November 2008. AID EFFECTIVENESS IN FRAGILE STATES. Defining Aid Effectiveness. In order to achieve the MDGs, it is agreed that we need to secure “MORE AND BETTER AID.”
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Aid Effectiveness refers to the second part of the equation.
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