The DAC Journal The Netherlands Volume 2 Issue 3: The Netherlands Volume 2 Issue 3
OECD Publishing, 2001 M11 14 - 139 pages
This issue of the DAC Journal includes the Development Co-operation Review of the Netherlands and papers on aid in situations of violent conflict and aid and security issues.
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Page I-7 - Committee (DAC) conducts periodic reviews to improve the individual and collective development co-operation efforts of DAC Members. The policies and efforts of individual Members are critically examined approximately once every three years. Some six programmes are examined annually. The Peer Review is prepared by a team, consisting of representatives of the Secretariat working with officials from two DAC Members who are designated as examiners. The country under review provides a memorandum setting...
Page I-7 - Members have absorbed the major DAC policies, principles and concerns, and examine operations in recipient countries, particularly with regard to sustainability, gender equality and other aspects of participatory development, and local aid co-ordination. Putting all this information and analysis together, the Secretariat prepares a draft report on the Member's development co-operation which is the basis for the DAC review meeting. At this meeting senior officials from the Member under review discuss...
Page I-9 - List as it was in 2003 (for a complete list of countries, please refer to the end of this volume). Signs used () Secretariat estimate in whole or in part 0 or 0.00 Nil or negligible - or . . Not available na Not applicable p Provisional Slight discrepancies in totals are due to rounding. More detailed information on the source and destination of aid and resource flows is contained in the statistical report on the Geographical Distribution of Financial Flows to Aid Recipients 1999-2003 and the CD-ROM...
Page I-10 - Debt Relief • Other Social Infrastructure D Multisector D Emergency Aid D Economic Infrastucture D Programme Assistance...
Page I-26 - Bangladesh, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Macedonia, Mali, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Uganda, Vietnam, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Egypt and the Palestinian Territories (Westbank and Gaza).
Page I-32 - ... the transfer of financial flows, debt, raw materials, trade, industrialisation and agriculture.
Page I-32 - Dispute (1993) brought coherence to the forefront while introducing the concept of "de-compartmentalisation" of approaches and policies, both within development co-operation itself and between development co-operation and other dimensions of foreign policy.