Multi-lateral aid


Multi-lateral aid


  • Provides a reasonable amount of money for each projects.
  • Each organisation within the UN specializes in a particular issue so that there is the expertise and ability to set up and co-ordinate projects.


  • Agencies are sometimes out of touch with what is needed locally. Some projects have not helped and have definitely reduced the quality of life for some people e.g. the Namarda Dam.
  • Agencies are so big that they are slow to respond to needs.
  • Not targeting the people who really need the help but supporting governments who might be corrupt or inefficient.


Case Study of multi-lateral aid is the 'One Programme' in Rwanda. 


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