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The Rwandan High Commissioner to the UK has a good article in today’s New Times on the aid cuts, highlighting the farce of continued donor failure to meet our own commitments on the predictability of aid. Budget support to Rwanda was frozen not because the country has failed to use it for the benefit of those who need it most, but to influence a political end in the DRC. There is no direct link between what is happening in the DRC and what aid achieves for ordinary Rwandan citizens. This is definitely not the right way to solve DRC’s problems.
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A few reasons not to cut aid to Rwanda