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Darfur Aid Architecture

As part of the Darfur Joint Assessment Mission (DJAM), the United Nations and the World Bank were asked to consider options for the coordination and funding of the recovery effort, based on an assessment of needs and context, initial discussions with counterparts and best practice and experience from around the world.


The proposed aid architecture for the Darfur recovery effort will recognise the importance of the overarching governance of the effort, the need for country ownership, as well as a coherent approach to financing modalities.


The draft proposed aid architecture was presented at the International Donor Conference for Reconstruction and Recovery in Darfur that took place in Doha, Qatar from 7-8 April 2013. For further documentation please refer to Section IV of Developing Darfur: A Recovery and Reconstruction Strategy.