Monthly Archives: December 2012

More aid?

0.7% The target of 0.7% of GNP dedicated to aid was established in 1970 during a period when the post-colonial world was energetic with developmental nationalism. Since that year, the ‘point-seven’ figure has become something of a talisman for developmental … Continue reading

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Cameron leading the fight against hunger???

The coverage of War on Want’s new report on DFID support for agribusiness in Africa in today’s Guardian led with the tax haven angle and followed up with a good second piece on aid as corporate welfare. Yet our main … Continue reading

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