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Marcus Manuel

Marcus Manuel

Marcus Manuel is the Director of Budget Strengthening Initiative (BSI) and Senior Reseach Associate for CAPE at ODI.

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Roberto Azevêdo

Roberto Azevêdo

Roberto Azevêdo is Director General of the World Trade Organisation.

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Farmers in Korea - Curt Carnemark for the World Bank (Creative Commons licensed via Flickr)

Korea’s use of ODA can guide other countries in their development

Yun Byung-se
2 October 2014

Yun Byung-se urges countries to learn from Korea's use of official development assistance, arguing that Korea's ownership and mobilisation of development resources can offer lessons for developing countries as they implement the post-2015 agenda.

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Yun Byung-se - Glenn Fawcett (Creative Commons licensed via Wikimedia)

Yun Byung-se

Yun Byung-se is the Republic of Korea's Minister of Foreign Affairs.

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Gideon Rabinowtiz

Gideon Rabinowitz

Gideon Rabinowitz is a Research Officer with ODI's Centre for Aid and Public Expenditure.

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Woman sewing in Uganda -Pete Lewis for DFID (Creative Commons licensed via Flickr)

Following the money: good news and bad news for aid to low-income countries

Gideon Rabinowitz
30 September 2014

ODI's Gideon Rabinowitz writes on a new method of analysis that dynamically tracks changing membership of income groups in relationship to allocation of aid, delivering evidence that there have been improvements in the aid allocation over the past decade.

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Professor Mthuli Ncube

Mthuli Ncube

Professor Mthuli Ncube is the Chief Economist and Vice President of the African Development Bank.

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Workers in Ghana - Jonathan Ernst for the World Bank (Creative Commons licensed via Flickr)

We need to harness the potential of remittances in Africa

Mthuli Ncube
25 September 2014

The largest international flow of financial resources to Africa takes the form of remittances, money sent back home by expatriate workers. Mthuli Ncube argues that they are a vital component of the resource mobilisation agenda yet we still have a significant amount of work to do to realise their full potential in development.

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