With COVID-19, Now is the Time to Boost Aid

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In time of the COVID-19 emergency, and the probability that it may put pressure on donors’ aid budgets in 2020 and beyond, CONCORD call of the OECD officials to increase their support for developing countries which are also hardest hit in times of crisis. CONCORD is urging the EU institutions and member states to step up their development aid commitments to support those who will be disproportionately hit by the coronavirus emergency. The call of the OECD Secretary General for strengthened collective and multilateral action is therefore an opportunity, a new beginning for the EU to affirm its global role as the largest ODA donor bloc. Read more here.

Source: CROSOL

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