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Home > Publications > PISM Bulletin > Poland’s Development Cooperation in Africa: Limits and Opportunities

Poland’s Development Cooperation in Africa: Limits and Opportunities

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08 November 2012
Patryk Kugiel
no. 104 (437)
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Africa has never been a top priority for Polish development assistance, which focuses more on the Eastern European countries due to their proximity and historic ties. Despite important constraints, there are still several options available to increase the quality and quantity of Polish aid on the continent. By targeting bilateral aid more strategically and employing new multilateral mechanisms of aid delivery, such as delegated cooperation or multilateral programmes, Poland could make its presence in Africa more visible and could secure better relations with the emerging economies of the future.

 


 
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