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The Reality of Aid Report 2018: Asia Pacific

14. August 2019 - 8:45
TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. Political Overview
   The Changing Faces of Aid: Encouraging Global Justice or Buttressing Inequalities?
       The Reality of Aid Network International Coordinating Committee


II. ODA and Security
   Rising Militarism: Implications for Development Aid and Cooperation in Asia Pacific
       The Reality of Aid – Asia Pacific

   Aiding Militarization: Role of South Korea’s ODA in “Peacekeeping” Activities in Asia
       Youngah Lee, People’s Solidarity for Participatory Democracy – South Korea

   Militarization of Palestinian Aid
       Nora Lester Murad and Alaa Tartir, Aid Watch – Palestine

   Development Cooperation, Militarism and Conflict in the Contiguous Areas of Bangladesh, North East India and   Myanmar
       Jiten Yumnam, Centre for Research and Advocacy – Manipur

   Development Ground Zero: Philippines, Cambodia, Myanmar
       Council for People’s Development and Governance – Philippines


  III. Additional Contents
   International Finance Institutions: A focus on the private sector in North East India’s development challenges
       Jiten Yumnam, Centre for Research and Advocacy – Manipur

   The Need for a Climate-related Official Development Assistance (CODA) Framework to Improve Climate Finance Status   Quo
       Jahangir Hasan Masum, Coastal Development Partnership – Bangladesh
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2018 RoA Global Annual Report

9. August 2019 - 6:14
Ending poverty and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) need dedicated resources to support economic, environmental, and social investments that benefit the poorest people. Current narratives and trends in ODA, however, risk undermining the unique contribution that ODA can make to the elimination of poverty and inequality in developing countries.
The idea that ODA must be used to ‘’leverage’’ private finance and investment for development is gaining increasing traction among many bilateral donors and multilateral bodies. Recent trends have also demonstrated increasing diversion and use of aid resources to promote security interests of donor states, while undermining the democratic interests of people in conflict and fragile states.

Donors are also increasingly promoting as ODA spending on a range of activities that do not involve transfer of resources to developing countries, or do not contribute to poverty reduction efforts in the South.

The Development Assistance Committee of the donor states’ Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD-DAC) is one of the primary arenas of engagement for The Reality of Aid Network, particularly as the OECD-DAC plays a critical role in defining bilateral aid and shaping the practices of traditional donors. The network carried on with its work in coordinating Southern CSO engagement in the OECD-DAC.

Download Report here: 2018 RoA Global Annual Report
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RoA Global eNewsletter (January-June 2019)

9. August 2019 - 6:05


CONTENTS 1. RoA kicks off 2019 with successful Report Launch

2. New Year, New Chair

3. Bringing southern people’s voices in the North

4. Pushing for meaningful peoples’ inclusion in South-South Cooperation

5. A glimpse of the regions

Download Newsletter here: The Reality of Aid 2019 Jan-Jun    
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