Use of private companies to implement development cooperation spread over many countries and programmes
Minister has limited insight into impact of the use of private companies to implement development assistance policy
Private companies and organisation in dozens of countries receive development funds from the Netherlands. Hundreds of companies and organisations in many sectors receive about 6% of the total development aid of €4.3 billion. The private sector creates opportunities for sustainable development but the fragmentation makes implementation more laborious. The Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation has only limited insight into what is actually achieved by the funding provided to companies in the Netherlands and developing countries.
Monitoring development cooperation policy: the private financing channel
State in 2014 The Court of Audit has been examining developments in the use of Official Development Assistance (ODA) since 2011. ...
Final Accounts for Haiti Aid Donations 2010-2014
The SHO has adapted it annual reports and improved the accounts it keeps of the aid the Netherlands donated to Haiti. We also ...