The Development Co-operation Report is the key annual reference document for statistics and analysis on trends in international aid. In addition to the usual statistics and analysis, this special OECD 50th Anniversary edition includes articles by prominent persons in the field.
Table of contents:
Preface by Hillary Rodham Clinton Executive summary Introduction − fuelling the future of development by J. Brian Atwood PART I. FIFTY YEARS OF DEVELOPMENT CO-OEPRATION: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNT? Chapter 1. The OECD Development Assistance Committee at 50 and the challenges of a changing world by James Wolfensohn Chapter 2. The real wealth of nations – lessons from the Human Development Report by Helen Clark Chapter 3. Development and aid in Africa – what have we learnt from the past 50 years? by Donald Kaberuka PART II. GENDER EQUALITY, EMPOWERMENT, HUMAND RIGHTS AND THE ENVIRONMENT: WHAT'S STOPPING PROGRESS? Chapter 4. Gender and development – translating commitment into results by Michelle Bachelet Chapter 5. The Amazon is not Avatar by Hernando de Soto Chapter 6. Inclusive development – facing the future by Sadako Ogata Chapter 7. Climate change, equity and sustainable development – striking the balance by R. K. Pachauri PART III. NEW CHALLENGES, NEW GOALS: IS THERE A FUTURE FOR OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE? Chapter 8. The future of international concessional flows by Richard Manning Chapter 9. The resurrection of aid by Jean-Michel Severino