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How China delivers development assistance to Africa

Dr Martyn Davies with Hannah Edinger, Nastasya Tay & Sanusha Naidu
A research undertaking by the Centre for Chinese Studies, prepared for the Department for International Development (DFID), Beijing
Centre for Chinese Studies, University of Stellenbosch
First released : February 2008

Dr Martyn Davies with Hannah Edinger, Nastasya Tay & Sanusha Naidu
A research undertaking by the Centre for Chinese Studies, prepared for the Department for International Development (DFID), Beijing
Centre for Chinese Studies, University of Stellenbosch
First released : February 2008

The research focus is on China’s foreign aid policy towards Africa. The policy itself is fluid and still in a period of consolidation. China’s view of itself as a donor, and how it defines aid is different to that of the traditional donor community. The CCS’ aim of the research undertaking is
thus threefold :

- To evaluate the dynamics of foreign aid policy making in the PRC Government and to gain a better understanding of the institutions involved in the delivery of China’s overseas developmental assistance to Africa.
- To gain an empirical understanding into China’s ODA in three African country case studies - Ethiopia, Ghana and Zambia.
- To provide informed commentary on the implications for the continent, traditional donors and China’s development assistance itself in Africa.


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Publié le 4 décembre 2012