Memo: International Aid Architecture at the Crossroads

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On December 1st, 2011, the World Bank organized a side event in Busan entitled “The New Aid Architecture: Trends and Opportunities” where delegates from Netherlands, China, Russia, Brazil, Gates Foundation and Liberia shared their views on the changing nature of international aid system from three camps—traditional donors, emerging donors, and NGOs.