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Bilateral assistance plays a crucial role in Aid for Trade. The European Development Fund (EDF) and its involvement with the ACP group through the Cotonou Agreement is an important channeling mechanism for trade-related assistance. In Chapter 12 in Part II, Sunassee takes a close look at the lessons learned from past experience with the EDF and its usefulness as an Aid for Trade provider. Other bilateral donors – including the UK, the Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Canada, and the United States – are heavily involved in Aid for Trade program support and delivery.
These include government officials in donor and recipient countries, international agencies such as the World Bank and the WTO, regional organizations, the private sector, the research community, and civil society. Effective implementation of Aid for Trade will require the involvement of all these groups at the appropriate levels. Many of the elements associated with Aid for Trade are already covered in one form or another by various trade-related technical assistance and capacity building initiatives.
The Task Force did not pass judgment on this issue, but rather emphasized the need for both a “country-driven” approach while also making targeted Aid for Trade funds available. The need to avoid donors making tradeoffs such as diverting funds from other sectors towards Aid for Trade reinforces previously-stated arguments around additionality. Chapter 9 by Siphana in Part II provides an example of a country’s experience integrating sector-wide approaches as part of its national development strategy.