"Déclaration de Paris" et dépendance à l'aide : éclairages nigériens

Abstract : Questioned about their perception of aid and its effects on the state and the society, the actors from Niger involved in aid, its negotiation or implementation insist on the weakening of the administration and the loss of political project. The concept of "ownership" in the Paris Declaration is debated; concrete changes relate more to a reduction of the most obvious pernicious effects of the multiplication of donors and their bypassing of the state, than to a real change of perspectives. Nevertheless most of them think it opens some opportunities that the state has to seize.
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Philippe Lavigne Delville. "Déclaration de Paris" et dépendance à l'aide : éclairages nigériens. Politique africaine, Karthala, 2013, 129, p. 135-155. ⟨ird-00915814⟩

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