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Stories, ideas, and updates from DGers around the world

The Development Gateway blog is where DGers share specific learnings, offer thought-provoking insights, and pose challenging questions for the sustainable development community derived from our work.

Our blog has a deep archive going back to 2005. Each post is a snapshot into our work, priorities, and values.

Improving Aid Management in Ethiopia

"Stronger systems for tracking and reporting aid help recipients and donors better manage resources for greater development impact."  – Christopher Hall, Program Coordinator, Harmonization The World Bank In May 2005, the Government of Ethiopia completed the first implementation of Development Gateway’s new Aid Management Platform (AMP), a Web-based information-sharing system that streamlines aid reporting and management processes for developing country governments and their donors. With a majority of its 73 million people living in poverty, Ethiopia’s need for aid is urgent. Yet the lack of efficient…

June 19, 2005
Aid Effectiveness & Management
Development Gateway Helps Spur Development

Rwanda Founded in 2004, the Rwanda Development Gateway created www.rwandagateway.org, an online platform that serves as a one-stop shop for information on the country and as a portal to connect with the rest of the world. Housed by the National University of Rwanda, in just three years the Gateway has experienced a steady increase in the demand for its services. Through a combination of income-generating services and pro bono work, the Gateway works with a wide range of clients and partners, leading the Web and…

April 19, 2005
News/Events