This study examines the challenges and opportunities experienced by governments in managing the growth of non-traditional development assistance and aims to answer a number of questions around traditional and non-traditional development assistance and the implications for economic, political and aid management.
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The years 2011 and 2012 represented a watershed for Zambia in its access to sources of traditional and non-traditional development finance. Following a positive macroeconomic performance since the mid-2000s, Zambia rejoined the lower-middle income country group in 2011 causing some traditional donors to rethink their country strategy and scale down their development assistance programmes.
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