Gender and Health; Microfinance; Country Strategy & Performance; Development Economics & Aid Effectiveness; Early Child and Children's Health
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Summary: As an emerging donor, Thailand has a great opportunity to learn from the successes and failures of traditional donors and adopt international best practices in its delivery of development assistance to other countries in the region and beyond. The Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness, endorsed by Thailand as well as a number of partner countries and multilateral organizations in 2005, provides a timely set of principles and indicators that can help shape the future of Thailand's Official Development Assistance (ODA) program. The Paris Declaration aims at improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the support provided to developing countries in their quest to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The Paris Declaration puts emphasis on ensuring strong national ownership of development strategies, enhancing alignment of donor support to national plans and systems, establishing greater harmonization among donors, managing aid in a way that achieves real and measurable results, and creating a harmonization framework of mutual accountability for donors and partners countries.
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