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Implementation of international aid funding has evolved during the recent decade. There are now not only a larger number of organizations involved, but also different delivery mechanisms. The evolving aid architecture is illustrated by describing the UN development system in Chapter I, followed in Chapter II by the concept of 'aid effectiveness' and the associated principles of the 2005 Paris Declaration. New organizations have emerged outside the UN system which have operationalized those principles. One example is the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund) described in Chapter III. The new thinking captured in 'aid effectiveness' has also led to a rethinking of and adjustments in the UN development system which is captured in the reform initiative on UN system-wide coherence and its implementation under the 'Delivering as One' approach.

Keywords: evolving aid architecture; Global Fund; international aid funding; Tuberculosis and Malaria; UN; UN development system



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