Economic Development of Bangladesh

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TABLE OF CONTENT
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ACRONYMS…………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 2

1. INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3-4 2. FOREIGN AID AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMNET IN BANGLADESH…………………………………. 5-7 1. Nature of Foreign Aid & its Importance towards Economic Development 2. Effects of Conditionality & Domestic Accountability 3. Different Views on Donors Conditionality

4. Role of Civil Society
3. FOREIGN AID TO BANGLADESH……………………………………………………………………………... 8-13 3.1 Development program in Chittagong and Aid analysis 4. AID, GOVERNANCE, AND POLICY OWNERSHIP IN BANGLADESH

4.1 Aid and governance in Bangladesh
4.2 Rethinking aid policy
5. FOREIGN AID EVALUATION
5.1 Donors’ Evaluation
5.1.01 THE WORLD BANK
5.1.02 THE ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
5.1.03 THE GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN
5.2 CITIZENS’ EVALUATION
6. CRITICAL ANALYSES: DEBATABLE RECENT ISSUES.
6.1 DOES BANGLADESH USE FOREIGN AID WISELY
6.2 DOES FOREIGN AID REALLY HELP THE POOR
6.3 SHOULD WE RELY ON FOREIGN AID OR RESORT TO DOMESTIC RESOURCES. 6.4 DOES BANGLADESH NEED FOREIGN AID.

7. REDUCE THE DEPENDENCY ON FOREIGN AID
8. AID AND CORRUPTION
8.1 POLITICAL AND BUREAUCRATIC CORRUPTION
8.2 POLITICAL AND BUREAUCRATIC CORRUPTION IN BANGLADESH
8.3 HOW CORRUPTION IMPACTS LIVELIHOOD: THREE EXAMPLES
8.4 TACKLING POLITICAL AND BUREAUCRATIC CORRUPTION
8.5 RECOMMENDATION
9. THE FUTURE OF FOREIGN AID
9.1 COMING OUT OF DEPENDENCY
9.2 FORMAT OF DELIVERY
9.3 AID EFFECTIVENESS IN BANGLADESH
10. CONCLUSION

ACRONYMS:

• GDB (Govt. of Bangladesh)
• MDG (Millennium Development Goal)
• ACC (American Chamber of Commerce)
• ADB (Asian Development Bank)
• ICC (International Chamber of Commerce)
• EEC (European Economic Community)
• USAID (United States Agency For International Development) • SIDA (Swedish International Development Corporation Agency) • UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund) • WHO (World Health Organization)

• ADAB (Association of Development Agencies in Bangladesh) • GOC (Govt. Officer in Command)
• MT (Metric Ton)
• OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) • UAE (United Arab Emirates)
• IDB (International Development Bank)
• IMF (International Monetary Fund)
• PRSP (Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper)
• LDC (Least Development Country)
• IFO (International Finance Organization)
• PWD (Public Works Department)
• WDB (World Development Bank)
• WASA (Water and Sewerage Authority)
• REB ( Bangladesh Rural Electrification Board)
• IFC (International Finance Corporation)
• IDA (International Development Association)
• AAD (Aid Accountability Group)

1. INTRODUCTION
Bangladesh is a developing country. The economy of Bangladesh has come a long way since country achieved its independence at the end of 1971. Bangladesh economy is fully depending on agriculture and industries. Foreign also play vital role in the moving forward towards the developing. Now-a-days service sectors are booming and contribute a lot in economy. Foreign aid is one kind of help by other countries to a specific country to gear up its development process. Bangladesh is a developing country said by our government but real scenario is not similar to this word ‘developing country’. After the independence in the end of 1971 the expectation was huge about our future development, but it did not occur. And after thirty-nine years of our independence we see that we urge to our foreign friends to give us aid for different purposes .In the time of independence former US secretary of the state Henry Kissinger said that Bangladesh economy will be a Basket Case’ and till now we are not out of the basket for the failure of our national leaders and political...
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