German Aid from a Partner Perspective
Aug 1, 2016
Bradley C. Parks, Takaaki Masaki, Jörg Faust, Stefan Leiderer
Faust, J., Leiderer, L., Masaki, T., Parks, B. C. (2016). German Aid from a Partner Perspective: Experience-based Perceptions from AidData’s 2014 Reform Efforts Survey. Bonn, Germany: German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval).
This groundbreaking study evaluates the policy influence and performance of German agencies from the perspective of those receiving their advice. It is the first to analyze Germany’s official development assistance activities based on the experiences, observations, and opinions of decision-makers in the countries that German aid agencies seek to help.
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The 2014 Reform Efforts Survey Aggregate Dataset
This large-scale survey collects feedback on development priorities, progress and performance from the perspectives of more than 6,000 policymakers, practitioners and leaders in 126 low- and middle-income countries.
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