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Aid Types, problems with aid, a case study (Sudan). Uses some past Junior Cert questions with the marking scheme

Aid Types, problems with aid, a case study (Sudan). Uses some past Junior Cert questions with the marking scheme

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  • 1. Types of Aid Non-Governmental (NGO) Aid – Given by organisations such as Trocaire, Concern, Goal that do not work for the Government Bilateral Aid – Aid from one Government to another Multilateral Aid – Aid from many countries to one country (often done through the United Nations) Emergency Aid – Aid given in times of crisis (such as the Haiti earthquake) – food, water etc. Development Aid – Aid given for long term use (building roads, schools etc)
  • 2. 2007 Junior Cert – Higher Paper
  • 3. Problems with Aid....
  • 4. Aid and Problems Problems with the effective coordination of Aid – John O’Shea http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4X0-3FQqN3c Problems with Aid being misused – Aid workers used as hostages http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3R_5JE9idI
  • 5. UN Development Agency http://www.undp.org/ The UNDP is the best example of an agency set up to administer multilateral aid that we have UN has no money – except what it’s member countries provide it with – needs to be managed carefully
  • 6. 2011 Higher JC
  • 7. 2009 Higher JC
  • 8. Sudan
  • 9. Sudan – a slowly developing country Located on the border between the Sahel and the Sahara Desert – suffers from drought and desertification
  • 10. 2007 JC Higher
  • 11. Sudan – a slowly developing country Population is growing rapidly, this is putting a strain on resources (water, food) which leads to soil erosion and desertification
  • 12. Sudan – a slowly developing country Conflict between Muslim North and Christian South has led to 20 years of civil war and the country is now split in two.
  • 13. 2005 Junior Cert Higher Marking Scheme: Name Country – 2 Marks Two Ways – 4 marks each. Statement – 2m. Development – 2m