Blog post from Max Dapaah, World Bank Group
For years, donors have been saying that for aid to be effective, developing countries should be in the driving seat when choosing priorities.
The Busan conference in South Korea in 2011 reinforced that principle, established in Paris 2005. The Busan partnership document said: "Partnerships for development can only succeed if they are led by developing countries, implementing approaches that are tailored to countries' specific situations and needs."
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