New Minister re-thinks Swedish aid, takes on state agencies and NGOs
NewsNovember 06, 2006
Sweden’s Development Minister Gunilla Carlsson (Moderate) is leaving the aid level alone, but she plans to review content and efficiency. Swedish aid is spread among too many different UN agencies and recipient countries without clear strategies. And the use of Swedish state agencies and NGOs is not transparent. “Enough passive aid," says the new Minister in an in depth interview with Development Today.
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