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Friday, October 27, 2006 

Cayman Islands: Tackling Aid Effectiveness and Regional Cooperation
And straight from the Cayman Islands came this announcement in regards to the implementation of the National Study of Living Conditions, and its future fallouts to link new disbursements for disaster funding, see here and here.

For the Cayman Islands these perspectives highlight a positive shift for planning capacities by setting up closer steps toward regional cooperation with the CARICOM organization, and also imprint upon future prospects liaised with aid disbursements or aid effectiveness by opening a new window of opportunities for development practitioners and policy-makers.

Under this umbrella, the possibilities to re-examine the various factors that lie behind the process of aid allocation, will help to expand analytical grounds by channeling the best reliable information to better grasp the depths of some indicators vis-à-vis project performance, and the theoretical and empirical data that could make a policy process “Work”.


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