Aid and poverty: Why does aid not address poverty (much)?
AbstractAid is not generally aimed at the poorest people, though most multilateral or bilateral agencies would like to think they get included. However, donors. strategies are generally blind to differentiation among the poor, and have not improved in this respec
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aid; poverty; conflict; least developed countries; post-2015;
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