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Political conditionality in Africa: An Empirical Study into its Design, Use and Impact: DFID 1999 - 2004

A study commissioned by DFID's Africa Policy Department to generate empirical evidence on the design, application and impact of political governance conditionalities in Africa during the period 1999-2004. Political conditionality has been defined to include conditions attached to aid related to democracy, civil liberties, corruption and security/conflict. The focus of this study is on the ten countries that have benefited from DFID Poverty Reduction Budget Support programmes during the period (or part of it): Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.

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Tony Killick, Paolo de Renzio, Sven Grimm (former ODI Research Fellow, now with DIE), Laure-Héléne Piron (PPPG), Zaza Curran (PPPG), and Clare Lockhart (PPPG)