ACFID and 'Value for Money'
Source TitleACFID and 'Value for Money'
PublisherAustralian Council for International Development
University of Melbourne Author/sDavis, Thomas
CitationsDavis, T. W. D. (2012). ACFID and 'Value for Money'. Australian Council for International Development.
Access StatusOpen Access
Value for Money is not a new concept and has again become prominent in international discourse around aid and aid effectiveness including from deliberations leading to, and outcomes resulting from, the 2011 Fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness held in Busan. From discussions with our members, many of whom have participated in relevant initiatives such as the Big Push Forward, ACFID appreciates the need to discuss ‘value for money’ in the international aid context and wishes to engage more with the Australian Government (especially AusAID), our members, primary stakeholders and the Australian public so that a mutual understanding of value for money can be developed.
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