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Have SWAPs influenced aid flows and aid effectiveness? Rohan Sweeney, Duncan Mortimer and David W. Johnston 14 th February 2014. www.buseco.monash.edu.au/centres/che /. “ SWAp has truly become a popular and widespread means of coordinating and structuring development aid”
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Rohan Sweeney, Duncan Mortimer and David W. Johnston
14th February 2014
“SWAp has truly become a popular and widespread means of coordinating and structuring development aid”
(Sundewall and Sahlin-Andersson 2006).
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Has sector DAH increased under SWAp?
(1) sector_DAHit= αi + δSWApit-1 + β1malariait-1 + β2HIVit-1 + β3TBit-1+ β4IMRit-1
+ β5log(GDP/capita)it-1 + β6gov_effect it-1 + β7corruptionit-1 + μt + εit
Note: the impact on both absolute levels of Sector_DAH and also the proportion of total DAH allocated to the sector is estimated.
Has SWAp changed allocations between other key health areas?
(2) tb_DAHit= αi + δSWApit-1 + β1malariait-1 + β2HIVit-1 + β3TBit-1 + β4IMRit-1 + β5log(GDP/capita)it-1 + β6gov_effect it-1 + β7corruptionit-1 + μt + εit
Comparable specifications estimated for DAH directed to HIV, malaria and MNCH. NCDs omitted due to lack of meaningful burden of disease control for full period.