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Declining and privatizing: German aid under Niebel

18th Shadow Report on German development aid

Germany’s Deutsche Welthungerhilfe and terre des hommes have just published their new report on “The Reality of Development Aid”. Against the backdrop of smooth tongued declarations by the BMZ, the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, it explores the new priority set on cooperation with the private sector. Furthermore, the focus is on implementing internationally agreed development goals by the German authorities. A WDEV summary


Measured by the prominence of its participants, the MDG United Nations summit in September 2010 was the most important meeting on development policy this year. The summit outcome document does indeed re-affirm the obligations and commitments of the governments from 2000, but sticks mostly to recycled language from earlier documents ...

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