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Vulnerability and Coping Strategies in Cambodia: Transition and Development Strategy
- Project from: 1995 to 1997
The project aimed to examine the extent to which the Cambodian state has been able to reassert control over the development process during the post-UNTAC (United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia) era and improve the coordination and delivery of development assistance. Issues examined include: aid dependence; the degree to which Cambodians direct their own development process; how the political process and aid flows have affected the development of Cambodian institutions; and the changing role of both international and local NGOs.