Prospects for Recovery and Sustainable Development in Africa

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reverse current trends. That would include African governments rising to the challenge of providing leadership in TC in terms of needs assessment, programming of TC, and so on; a fundamental shift in donor attitudes and procedures; removing certain constraints in host economies; and placing the project approach with programming of TC back in line with national and sectoral development strategies.


NOTES
1
World Bank, Sub-Saharan Africa: From Crisis to Sustainable Growth, A Long Term Perspective Study ( Washington, D.C.: World Bank, 1989).
2
OECD, Geographical Distribution of Financial Flows to Developing Countries ( Washington, D.C.: OECD, 1979).
3
UNPD, National Technical Cooperation Assessment and Programs: Methodology ( New York: TJNPD, May 1989).
4
S. Fukuda-Parr, "Current Issues in Technical Cooperation," Seminar for LJNPD Field Economists, January 26th to February 9th, 1990, New York.
5
Robert Klitgaard "Incentive Myopia," World Development 17, no. 4 ( 1989) 447-459.
6
United Nations General Assembly, Programme of Action for African Economic Recovery and Development (VAPAAERD) ( New York: U.N. General Assembly, 1986)
7
UNPD, "Towards a Programme Approach," Memorandum ( New York, 1990).
8
See Klitgaard, "Incentive Myopia," for a detailed analysis.
9
DAC, 1989

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