Output-based Aid and its Emerging Opportunities in Southern Africa
This article discusses the prospects of a form of output-put based aid known as Cash on Delivery Aid in the changing economic landscape in Southern Africa. It starts by contextualizing the failure of foreign aid in Africa to isolate areas where aid remains wasteful. Thereafter, it extracts opportunities for output-based aid, from the captured changes. It maintains a bias towards those opportunities that are tied to the larger goal of economic development and international trade.