Year 2018, Volume 11, Issue 2, Pages 81 - 114 2018-12-26

A PROBLEM ANALYSIS OVER HUMANITARIAN AID ISSUES BASED ON AID PRINCIPLES AND METHODOLOGY OF DONORS DEPENDENCY AND POST-DEVELOPMENT THEORIES
BAĞIŞ SAHİPLERİNİN YARDIM İLKELERİ VE YÖNTEMLERİ ÜZERİNDEN İNSANİ YARDIM KONULARININ BAĞIMLILIK VE KALKINMA SONRASI TEORİLERİYLE SORUN ANALİZİ

Ahmet EFE [1]

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Aid coordination is in a constant theme of discussion among national and

international aid agencies in their search for more effectiveness and efficiency

in delivering development assistance. Not only at the international scope but

also at the national and regional scales, coordination always seems to be

cumbersome when it comes to donations and charity issues. In this study it is

tried to sketch out literature in the domain of international aid and with a

solution finding of both theoretical and conceptual approaches to the

problems that hinder coordination amongst donors and aid agencies are laid

out to be analyzed and scrutinized. One of the main arguments is that lack of

coordination not only does spoil market resilience in the recipient country but

also hamper ecosystem and investment climate that make poor countries more

and more aid-dependent. It is concluded that the stakeholders of donors and

funding institutions have their own agendas in which coordination with

other donors does not seem to be a priority.


Yardım koordinasyonu, ulusal ve uluslararası yardım kuruluşları arasında,

kalkınma yardımlarının sağlanmasında daha fazla etkinlik ve verimlilik

arayışında olan sürekli bir tartışma konusudur. Bağış ve hayır işlerinde

sadece uluslararası kapsamda değil, ulusal ve bölgesel ölçeklerde de,

koordinasyon her zaman zahmetli görünmektedir. Bu çalışmada, uluslararası

yardımlar alanında literatürün taslak haline getirilmesi ve vericiler arasında

koordinasyonu engelleyen sorunlara hem teorik hem de kavramsal

yaklaşımların çözümünde çözüm bulunmaya çalışılmış ve yardım

kuruluşları analiz edilerek incelenmiştir. Temel argümanlardan biri,

koordinasyon eksikliğinin sadece alıcı ülkede pazar esnekliğini bozmakla

kalmayıp aynı zamanda yoksul ülkelere daha fazla yardım bağımlı hale

getiren ekosistem ve yatırım ortamını da engellemesidir. Bağışçı ve fon veren

kurumların paydaşlarının, diğer bağışçılarla koordinasyonun öncelikli

olmadığı birtakım özel gündemleri olduğu sonucuna varılmıştır.


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