Conflicting Objectives in the Egyptian American Aid Relationship
Cairo Papers in Social Science
Egypt has been and continues to be one of the major recipients of development assistance in the third world, yet very little effort has been made to assess the overall impact of this aid on Egypt A symposium was held on December 10th and 11th, 1983 in Oriental Hall at the American University in Cairo, organized by Cairo Papers in Social Science with financial support from the Cairo Office of the Ford Foundation. Egyptian government ministers, officials from representative donors and scholars experienced in development were invited to make formal presentations to the symposium. The essays presented in this issue were all presented at the symposium
Impact of Development Assistance on Egypt
Earl L. Sullivan
American University in Cairo Press
Cairo Papers in Social Science 7(3)
Egypt, aid, development, USAID, development, rural areas
Handoussa, H. A.
(1984).Conflicting Objectives in the Egyptian American Aid Relationship. American University in Cairo Press. , 84-94
Handoussa, Heba A.
Conflicting Objectives in the Egyptian American Aid Relationship. American University in Cairo Press, 1984.pp. 84-94