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Plenty Problems to Solve: Donor Proliferation and Aid Fragmentation in Myanmar

Mueller, Hanna Maxine LU (2017) SIMV95 20171
Graduate School
Abstract
The need for donor coordination has been increasingly established through international development practices and international agreements. Myanmar, as a newly democratizing nation, has a many diversified donors implementing development projects nationally. This study will assess the need for donor coordination in Myanmar by using donor proliferation and aid fragmentation as a proxy for donor coordination. An analysis of the sector, region, and financing will be conducted in order to identify overlap, fragmentation, and proliferation patterns. Areas with need for coordination are identified and recommendations for coordination efforts are provided. This study finds substantial need for donor coordination in order to increase the... (More)
The need for donor coordination has been increasingly established through international development practices and international agreements. Myanmar, as a newly democratizing nation, has a many diversified donors implementing development projects nationally. This study will assess the need for donor coordination in Myanmar by using donor proliferation and aid fragmentation as a proxy for donor coordination. An analysis of the sector, region, and financing will be conducted in order to identify overlap, fragmentation, and proliferation patterns. Areas with need for coordination are identified and recommendations for coordination efforts are provided. This study finds substantial need for donor coordination in order to increase the empowerment of local populations and the Myanmar national government. (Less)
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author
Mueller, Hanna Maxine LU
supervisor
organization
course
SIMV95 20171
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
Aid coordination, Donor proliferation, Aid Fragmentation, Myanmar Development Architecture, Mohinga
language
English
id
8912201
date added to LUP
2017-06-28 11:39:30
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  abstract     = {The need for donor coordination has been increasingly established through international development practices and international agreements. Myanmar, as a newly democratizing nation, has a many diversified donors implementing development projects nationally. This study will assess the need for donor coordination in Myanmar by using donor proliferation and aid fragmentation as a proxy for donor coordination. An analysis of the sector, region, and financing will be conducted in order to identify overlap, fragmentation, and proliferation patterns. Areas with need for coordination are identified and recommendations for coordination efforts are provided. This study finds substantial need for donor coordination in order to increase the empowerment of local populations and the Myanmar national government.},
  author       = {Mueller, Hanna Maxine},
  keyword      = {Aid coordination,Donor proliferation,Aid Fragmentation,Myanmar Development Architecture,Mohinga},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Plenty Problems to Solve: Donor Proliferation and Aid Fragmentation in Myanmar},
  year         = {2017},
}