Nilima Gulrajani's Chapter in New Book on Aid

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In Stephen Brown's recently published book, GEG’s Nilima Gulrajani argues the Canadian International Development Agency must tackle domestic political challenges before donor governance reform can be effective.

Despite their widely divergent governance structures, both the British and Norwegian aid programmes outperform the Canadian programme on proxies for aid effectiveness. Norway and the UK’s success as donors derive from clearly articulating a political vision for development, supporting strong political champions and having relatively broad cross-party encouragement. Media coverage of the book is here.