Assessing the effectiveness of external financing for development

FERDI examines the effectiveness of financing flows on development, in particular international aid.

This effectiveness is examined in its different aspects such as its impact on growth, income inequality and poverty, climate and the environment.

FERDI also examines the  effects of aid for trade, the effects of vertical funds, and aid to "Fragile states" and Least Developed countries (LDCs).

Contribution to the impact assessment of development policies, programs, and projects in the G5 Sahel countries

FERDI’s Sahel Chair studies and refines the implementation of methods for the rapid evaluation of development programs and policies adapted to so-called fragile areas, i.e. where there are difficulties in monitoring and collecting data.

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