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Aid

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 10: Reduced Inequality

Description

In international relations, aid is – from the perspective of governments – a voluntary transfer of resources from one country to another.

From Wikipedia

Organizations relating to Aid

Network of African Medical Anthropologists / Est. 1992
European Institute of Healthcare
European Centre for Research and Development in Primary Health Care / Est. 1991
Centre de soins européen d'excellence / Est. 1990
SAARC Surgical Care Society / Est. 1996
The Reality Of Aid
International Clinical Epidemiology Network - Asia
Aide à l'enfant
Action for Post-Soviet Jewry / Est. 1975
Healthcare Infection Society / Est. 1980
Entraide aux peuples isolés / Est. 1984
European Project AIDS and Mobility / Est. 1991
EEC Monospeciality Committee of Dermato-Venereology
Equal Access International AIDS Network, Canada
Medico International - Aid in Developing Countries / Est. 1968
TransWorld Development Initiatives
Pastors for Peace / Est. 1988
Humanitarian Aid Network for Distribution
Polish Humanitarian Action / Est. 1992
Association francophone des utilisateurs de la Classification Internationale des Soins Primaires
European Skin-Care Nursing Network / Est. 1999
Africa Humanitarian Action / Est. 1994
Marine Emergency Mutual Aid Centre / Est. 1982
Horizontal Technical Cooperation Group of Latin America and the Caribbean on HIV/AIDS
International Federation of Fertility Societies / Est. 1951

View all profiles (431 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Aid

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Corruption and mismanagement of foreign aid
Inadequate technical assistance
Inadequacy of foreign aid
Ineffectiveness of foreign aid
Inadequacy of food aid
Reactive aid programmes
International aid paternalism
Dependence of countries on foreign aid
Reallocation of aid funds to alternative priorities
Policy cross-conditionality restrictions in multilateral development aid
Inadequate international crisis management
Reverse flow of financial aid

Action Strategies relating to Aid

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Increasing aid to developing countries
Providing multilateral financial assistance
Providing food aid
Depending on food aid
Improving food aid policies and programmes
Providing emergency humanitarian aid
Coordinating disaster relief assistance
Reforming foreign aid policy
Coordinating development aid programmes
Improving policy coherence for foreign aid
Providing legal assistance for foreigners
Producing alternative aid
Providing volunteer assistance for prisoners
Limiting country capacity to absorb foreign aid
Providing sufficient long-term development assistance
Improving effectiveness of aid for health
Providing international health care assistance
Abstaining from legal aid facilities
Abstaining from long-term development assistance
Assessing development assistance
Abstaining from coordination among aid donors
Integrating sustainable development goals into development aid strategies

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