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The politics of donor aid

By Ernest Rwamucyo African governments should know that aid commitments are a talk-show as donors can refuse to honour agreements The decision of some donors to suspend aid to Rwanda raises a fundamental question on the rationale for rich countries to give aid to poor countries. Is the major reason …

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Germany suspends aid to Uganda

By Sarah Namulondo Germany has finally followed suit in suspending it’s proposed on budget support to Uganda after several withdrawals from donor countries under the Joint Budget Support Framework (JBSF). The German Government, as other development partners was appalled by the level of the recent mishandling of development partners’ funds …

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US not to cut Aid

By Sarah Namulondo Although most funders have cut aid, the United States of America has assured Uganda that it will not cut off the Aid it has been extending to Uganda. “The U.S has decided to continue giving aid to Uganda despite the ongoing numerous investigations into the misuse of …

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Denmark’s Cuts Aid to OPM

By Sarah Namulondo The Ambassador of Denmark H.E. Dan E. Frederiksen has today announced Denmark’s decision to cutting all funds going to the office of the Prime Minister (OPM). On behalf of his Country, the Ambassador said that Denmark has zero tolerance towards corruption and the cutting of the funds …

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