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An updated summary of “How to spend it: smart procurement for more effective aid” report

2012-09-24

'Aid untying is essential for smart procurement as well as the use of country systems, which increases ownership and domestic accountability, and improves the chances for local firms to win contracts. Much more can and must be done to fully exploit the potential of targeted and well regulated procurement, which can yield a double dividend for poverty eradication and sustainable development.'

 

Read the full updated summary: How to spend it: Smart procurement for more effective aid.

 

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