Engaging new governments on development priorities

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This rapid literature review considers donor engagement with newly elected governments (including the the case of South Sudan) in aid recipient countries. It sought to focus on the immediate period after a new administration is elected and takes office. However, despite the importance of donor-government engagement, few studies were located during the timeframe of this review that focus on how donors should engage newly elected governments on development priorities. The small number of studies that consider this issue largely detail challenges for donors, as opposed to lessons learned or best practice.

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Rachel Cooper

Rachel Cooper is a political scientist with over 10 years of experience in the international development sector. Rachel joined GSDRC as a Research Fellow in 2018.

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