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Year of publication: 2014
The need for more coordination in European development cooperation is acknowledged by most academics and practitioners. It emerges because there has been a strong increase in the level of fragmentation and proliferation of official development assistance (ODA) in recent years, despite the calls for stronger harmonisation and division of labour. Over the last 10 years, the European Union has invented a number of good technical solutions to overcome the disadvantages of fragmentation. However, the main challenges of inadequate European coordination are not related to technical coordination but to a clear policy commitment and guidance to improve further.
(Dr. Pedro Morazán and others, 4 Pages)