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Billions placed in revolving funds but little accountability
The Dutch government is increasingly using revolving funds to achieve social goals, for example to encourage domestic energy ...
A year after the disaster, little aid actually spent on
Half of the Netherlands' € 550 million aid contribution allocated to projects The country of Sint-Maarten needs more than just ...
Letter from the Netherlands Court of Audit on the 2012 Haiti audit
The Netherlands Court of Audit has written to the House of Representatives to explain the role it played in the 2012 audit of the ...
Swift and well-organised start to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
The Dutch government has firmly committed itself to the worldwide achievement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development ...
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
Lack of cooperation problematic in accounts for aid donations
SHO aid organisations account for results in detail but not uniformly
Comments on the Ministry for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation’s 2015 budget
The letter on the Ministry for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation’s budget for 2015 considers, among other things, the ...
Improvements in Haiti aid reports
Explanation of outcomes not achieved still desired from aid organisations.
Comments on the budgets of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation
The Court of Audit sent a letter to the House of Representatives on 21 November 2013 with comments on the 2014 budgets of the ...
Spending cuts achieved in development cooperation
Spending cuts on target, result measurement open to improvement