Engaging Asia’s Diverse Development Actors
Institute, Korea Development; Trade, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and | June 2016
21st century aid is more diverse and, in unprecedented ways, more reflective of the needs of the countries it is intended to serve. Significant changes in the aid landscape have meant less dominance by traditional, western-led institutions and governments, and new opportunities for other players to emerge with their own resources to help identify and address global challenges. In this context, Asia has become both a generator of huge development resources and an incubator for new ideas and practices. At the same time, practices and institutions which have been longstanding in the west are taking new direction in Asia, changing the way development cooperation is understood and delivered.
CitationInstitute, Korea Development; Trade, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and. 2016. Engaging Asia’s Diverse Development Actors. © The Asia Foundation. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/9326.
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