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Table of contents
1. AID POLICY: Seeing where the money goes
2. AID POLICY: Accountability - what's in a word?
3. AID POLICY: Accountability in Islam
4. AID POLICY: Sexual exploitation and abuse 10 years on
5. AID POLICY: Stepping up to prevention
6. AID POLICY: Accountability in action
7. SWAZILAND: Traditional leaders get involved in HIV treatment campaign
8. How To: Put accountability into practice
9. FOOD: More milk and meat at a price


AID POLICY: Seeing where the money goes

LONDON, 4 July 2012 (IRIN) - Commuters on the London Underground may
have looked up from their newspapers recently and found themselves
looking into the dark, wistful eyes of an African or Asian child. For
just 50 pence - well under a dollar - a day, the child sponsorship
advertisements promise, you can change this child's life, and you can
do it today, right now, just by sending a text message.
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AID POLICY: Accountability - what's in a word?

DUBAI, 4 July 2012 (IRIN) - The concept of "accountability", like much
humanitarian vocabulary, can be complex and elusive. Some
organizations, like M


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