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Rachael Calleja

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Senior Research Analyst

Rachael Calleja is a PhD Candidate at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University, Canada.  Her research interests are in the area of development policy, particularly concerning foreign aid (allocation, effectiveness, and management/administration) and other sources of development finance. Rachael holds a BA in History and Political Science from McMaster University and an MA in Political Science and International Development from the University of Guelph.

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Muskoka MNCH and Fragile States

As a group, fragile states have lagged behind other developing countries in the achievement of many MDG targets, including those pertaining to maternal and newborn child health (MNCH). Aniket Bhushan and Rachael Calleja[...]

Is it time to change how we measure development effort?

Is ODA/GNI a good measure of donor effort? What is it good for? And what other ways might we measure fiscal effort on development more directly?[...]

Does Merging Improve Aid Efficiency?

Rachael Calleja examines whether merging formerly autonomous aid agencies into larger foreign affairs ministries and bureaucracies leads to administrative efficiency and lower costs[...]
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Paying for Impact: Results-based Approaches in Development Finance, Situating Canada’s Efforts in a Global Context

This paper is a primer on results-based approaches in development finance. It fills a gap in the availability of basic, accessible information on results-based approaches[...]

Paying for Impact: Results Based Approaches in Development Finance

The aim of this brief is to summarize key messages from a forthcoming research paper, “Paying for Impact: Results-based Approaches in Development Finance, Situating Canadian Efforts in a Global Context”. This paper is[...]
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