CHIP Briefing 9: Donors and childhood poverty: Making aid work

Abstract

How can aid more effectively contribute to eliminating childhood poverty? This briefing recommends a more strategic approach that prevents intergenerational poverty cycles, ensures aid works for the most marginalised children and families and increases the responsiveness of aid to national priorities.

Citation

Marshall, J. (2005) CHIP Briefing 9: Donors and childhood poverty: Making aid work. Childhood Poverty Research and Policy Centre (CHIP), London, UK, 8 pp.

CHIP Briefing 9: Donors and childhood poverty: Making aid work

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