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Case Study

Slow progress towards democratic ownership in Mozambique

Last updated:
31 March 2011
Javier Pereira

This document is the final outcome of a research and monitoring project on democratic ownership conducted by Alliance2015 in preparation for the 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, to be held in Busan in 2011.

The lack of more substantial progress can be partially explained by the relatively short period of stability Mozambique has enjoyed since the end of the civil war. Institutional, social and political changes often require some time to take root. Nonetheless, this country brief also highlights several areas where both the Government and donors are hindering progress towards democratic ownership. 

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