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Advisors: Dr. Seyoum Teferra
Copyright: Jun-1996
Date Added: 19-Nov-2012
Abstract: To investigate the role played by multilateral assistance to Ethiopian Education, explore its volume and the way it is administered and coordinated, the study was undertaken in 6 offices of multilateral agencies, 3 ministerial head offices, 10 region bureaux, 8 zone and 8 wereda education offices. The data were collected through questionnaire, interview and document analysis. various statistical techniques such as percentages, t-test, chi-square, and correlation coefficients were used to analyses the data. The results suggested that the volume of multilateral assistance has shown an increasing trend. This increased assistance has diversified sources that call for efficient coordination on both donors and recipient sides. For such purpose any capital inflow into the country is negotiated and coordinated by a single ministry-the MOEDe. The study, however, evidenced that the problem of coordination has been . observed, even in the presence of such a ministry. The problem of coordination has been worse on the donors side of the assistance fence. Inter-agency cooperation and exchange of information among different donors has not been satisfactorily undertaken.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3801
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