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The Delivery of Scaled Up Aid: Does Predictability Matter?

 
Begins:   Dec 17, 2007 
Ends:   Dec 17, 2007 


Date: December 17, 2007
Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Although not a new phenomenon, aid predictability is becoming an increasingly important issue in the aid effectiveness agenda, as the costs of volatility are becoming clearer and more evident with more aid being channeled via program aid. The workshop brings together regional and network staff, researchers, and representatives from other donors and  partner countries: (1) to take stock of what we know about aid predictability, how predictability of aid flows affects country performance and policies, and country-level issues in managing uncertain aid flows; and (2) brainstorm how the Bank and other donors are contributing to the agenda to improve the reliability of aid resources. 

Agenda (25kb PDF)

Opening Remarks by Mohammad Zia M. Qureshi (15kb PDF)

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