Supporting the Transition: Understanding Aid to Myanmar Since 2011
This report describes the characteristics and constraints of aid in Myanmar. It provides a historical grounding on international development cooperation, an overview of current trends in aid provision, and analysis of particularly challenging policy areas. The report draws on interviews conducted between June 2016 and June 2017 and survey data which covers donor programs in Myanmar as of November 2016. This publication is well timed considering the recent formation of Myanmar’s Ministry of International Cooperation. We hope the report will support reflection on aid programming in Myanmar and encourage more dialogue and debate between both the government and its cooperation partners.
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