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The management of Canada's bilateral food aid: an organizational perspective



The management of Canada's bilateral food aid: an organizational perspective



Revue Canadienne d' Etudes du Developpement 7(1): 7-19



The paper argues that the Canadian approach to bilateral food aid management in the 1970s was largely ad hoc and unplanned. Four factors internal to CIDA itself help to explain the persistence of this approach: (1) the attitude of CIDA planners to food aid; (2) personnel inadequacies; (3) disbursement pressures; and (4) the lack of food aid allocation criteria. Aid planners often used food aid in the pursuit of other organizational objectives.

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