|Title||Aid and Governance: issues in developing countries|
|Date of Issue||2017|
|Publisher||Sumy State University|
|Citation||Sahqani, G. B. (2017). Aid and Governance: issues in developing countries. SocioEconomic Challenges, 1(2), 34-38. http://doi.org/10.21272/sec.1(2).34-38.2017.|
Development aid has gained widespread criticism due to its inefficiency in solving problems. Vast amounts
of aid are given every year for humanitarian assistance, economic development, and improvement in bilateral
trade relations. While we cannot deny the hidden political aims of donor nations and organizations, or
ignore the misuse of funds and corruption ensued by aid, it is still important to argue for the importance of
aid. Aid is still necessary in different shapes and modes for the socio-economic development and infrastructure
projects in developing countries. In cases where there is a bad governance, aid should be spent on solving
governing issues at its initial stages. Eventually, we can start using aid for development purposes once
we have setup the appropriate institutional machinery.
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