The chapter is a critical enquiry into 'aid models' as currently used by donor agencies and the implications for local aid workers and beneficiaries when the aid model, together with concepts and buzz words, are changed by 'top' management. The chapter examines the particular case of an aid programme in Ethiopia that incorporates seven NGOs, is funded by the Danish bilateral agency (Danida), and has moved from a focus on food security to livelihoods and then to human rights.
|Titel||Aid impact and poverty reduction|
|Redaktører||Steen Folke, Henrik Nielsen|
|Udgivelses sted||New York|
|Status||Udgivet - 2006|
Wilson, F. (2006). From humanitarianism to human rights: Reflections on a Danish-Ethiopian aid model. I S. Folke, & H. Nielsen (red.), Aid impact and poverty reduction (s. 95-125). Palgrave Macmillan.