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Delivering Aid Without Government : International Aid and Civil Society Engagement in the Recovery and Reconstruction of the Gaza Strip.

By: Qarmout, Tamer.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.The Anthropocene: Politik—Economics—Society—Science: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (150 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319496610.Subject(s): International organizationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Delivering Aid Without Government : International Aid and Civil Society Engagement in the Recovery and Reconstruction of the Gaza StripDDC classification: 327.5694 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- 1 CSOs and Social Service Provision -- 1.1 The 2008 Israeli War on Gaza -- 1.2 Objective, Analytical Framework and Scope of the Book -- 1.3 Research Findings -- References -- 2 Relevant Political Developments in Palestine and Governance Under Hamas -- 2.1 The Situation on the Ground Before and After Oslo -- 2.1.1 The Palestinian Economy Before Oslo -- 2.1.2 The Palestinian Economy Post Oslo -- 2.1.3 Hamas' Electoral Victory: The 2006 Palestinian Parliamentary Elections -- 2.1.4 Public Administration Under Hamas -- 2.1.5 The Economy of Gaza Under Hamas -- 2.2 Islamization and the Agenda of the de Facto Hamas Government -- 2.2.1 Developments in the Legal System -- 2.2.2 Developments in the Education Sector -- 2.3 The Gaza War: Massacre and Operation Cast Lead -- 2.4 Conclusion -- References -- 3 International Aid, Civil Society Engagement, and the State Building Project in the Fragile Context of Palestine -- 3.1 Good Governance in the Global Context -- 3.2 Governance and State Building in Fragile Countries: Challenges and Constraints -- 3.3 A History of Foreign Aid -- 3.4 Foreign Aid in the Context of Palestine -- 3.5 CSOs and the Policy Making Agenda -- 3.6 CSOs in Fragile/Failed States -- 3.7 CSOs and the New Nation Building Paradigm -- 3.8 Delivering Support to CSOs in Fragile Contexts -- 3.9 The Evolution of CSOs in Palestine -- 3.9.1 CSOs and Activism Against Occupation in Palestine -- 3.9.2 CSOs and the Transformation Agenda -- 3.10 Islamic/Hamas Affiliated CSOs post-Oslo -- 3.10.1 The Collapse of the Peace Talks and the Expansion Role of CSOs -- 3.11 Early Recovery: Overview of the Concept -- 3.11.1 Working Under the "No-Contact Policy" in Gaza -- References -- 4 International Donors and Local CSOs in Gaza: 2007-2013.
4.1 The Transnational Actor Influence Model and the Neoliberal Agenda in the OPTs -- 4.2 International Aid: Assessing Aid Effectiveness -- 4.2.1 Governance Without Government: New Modes of Governance -- 4.2.2 Governance Without Government: New Public Management -- 4.3 Limitations of New Modes of Governance -- 4.4 Methodology and Research Design -- 4.4.1 Documents Review -- 4.4.2 Focus Groups -- 4.4.3 In-Depth Interviews -- 4.4.4 Assessing Validity -- 4.4.5 Ethical Consideration -- 4.4.6 Data Analysis -- References -- 5 The Hamas Government Involvement in Early Recovery and Reconstruction Schemes Under the No-contact Policy -- 5.1 Government Preparedness to Plan and Launch Early Recovery and Reconstruction Schemes -- 5.2 The No-contact Policy in Practice -- 5.3 Abiding with the No-contact Policy: Differences Among International Donors -- 5.4 Outreach to Donors and Fundraising Strategies -- 5.5 Impact of the No-contact Policy -- 5.6 De facto Government Working Relationship with CSOs -- 5.7 Impacts of Recovery and Reconstruction Schemes on Addressing Local Priorities -- References -- 6 CSOs Engagement with International Donors and the Hamas Government to Plan and Implement Recovery and Reconstruction Schemes -- 6.1 CSOs' Preparedness to Engage in Recovery and Reconstruction Schemes -- 6.2 The No-contact Policy and Its Impacts on CSOs' Relationship with the de facto Government -- 6.3 CSOs-Donor Work Relationship: Participatory Planning and Agreement on Addressing Recovery Priorities -- 6.4 Western Versus Arab/Muslim Donors' Funding Strategies: Conditionality and Management Styles -- 6.5 Impacts of Recovery and Reconstruction Schemes -- Reference -- 7 International Donors' Approaches to Respond to Early Recovery and Reconstruction Needs Under the No-contact Policy.
7.1 International Donors' Positioning and Nature of Engagement in Post 2008 Early Recovery Schemes -- 7.2 The No-contact Policy and Its Impacts on Cooperation with the de facto Government and CSOs -- 7.2.1 Donors-CSOs Work Relationship: Funding Conditionality -- 7.2.2 Donors-CSOs Work Relationship: Building Capacities -- 7.2.3 Donors-CSOs Work Relationship: Obstacles to Recovery -- 7.3 Impacts of Donors' Reconstruction and Recovery Schemes -- 7.4 Conclusion -- References -- 8 Summary and Discussion -- 8.1 Analytical Implications: The TAI Framework and International Donors' Influence in the Gaza Strip -- 8.2 Policy Recommendations -- 8.3 Limitations and Future Research -- References -- Bibliography -- About the Author -- Index.
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Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- 1 CSOs and Social Service Provision -- 1.1 The 2008 Israeli War on Gaza -- 1.2 Objective, Analytical Framework and Scope of the Book -- 1.3 Research Findings -- References -- 2 Relevant Political Developments in Palestine and Governance Under Hamas -- 2.1 The Situation on the Ground Before and After Oslo -- 2.1.1 The Palestinian Economy Before Oslo -- 2.1.2 The Palestinian Economy Post Oslo -- 2.1.3 Hamas' Electoral Victory: The 2006 Palestinian Parliamentary Elections -- 2.1.4 Public Administration Under Hamas -- 2.1.5 The Economy of Gaza Under Hamas -- 2.2 Islamization and the Agenda of the de Facto Hamas Government -- 2.2.1 Developments in the Legal System -- 2.2.2 Developments in the Education Sector -- 2.3 The Gaza War: Massacre and Operation Cast Lead -- 2.4 Conclusion -- References -- 3 International Aid, Civil Society Engagement, and the State Building Project in the Fragile Context of Palestine -- 3.1 Good Governance in the Global Context -- 3.2 Governance and State Building in Fragile Countries: Challenges and Constraints -- 3.3 A History of Foreign Aid -- 3.4 Foreign Aid in the Context of Palestine -- 3.5 CSOs and the Policy Making Agenda -- 3.6 CSOs in Fragile/Failed States -- 3.7 CSOs and the New Nation Building Paradigm -- 3.8 Delivering Support to CSOs in Fragile Contexts -- 3.9 The Evolution of CSOs in Palestine -- 3.9.1 CSOs and Activism Against Occupation in Palestine -- 3.9.2 CSOs and the Transformation Agenda -- 3.10 Islamic/Hamas Affiliated CSOs post-Oslo -- 3.10.1 The Collapse of the Peace Talks and the Expansion Role of CSOs -- 3.11 Early Recovery: Overview of the Concept -- 3.11.1 Working Under the "No-Contact Policy" in Gaza -- References -- 4 International Donors and Local CSOs in Gaza: 2007-2013.

4.1 The Transnational Actor Influence Model and the Neoliberal Agenda in the OPTs -- 4.2 International Aid: Assessing Aid Effectiveness -- 4.2.1 Governance Without Government: New Modes of Governance -- 4.2.2 Governance Without Government: New Public Management -- 4.3 Limitations of New Modes of Governance -- 4.4 Methodology and Research Design -- 4.4.1 Documents Review -- 4.4.2 Focus Groups -- 4.4.3 In-Depth Interviews -- 4.4.4 Assessing Validity -- 4.4.5 Ethical Consideration -- 4.4.6 Data Analysis -- References -- 5 The Hamas Government Involvement in Early Recovery and Reconstruction Schemes Under the No-contact Policy -- 5.1 Government Preparedness to Plan and Launch Early Recovery and Reconstruction Schemes -- 5.2 The No-contact Policy in Practice -- 5.3 Abiding with the No-contact Policy: Differences Among International Donors -- 5.4 Outreach to Donors and Fundraising Strategies -- 5.5 Impact of the No-contact Policy -- 5.6 De facto Government Working Relationship with CSOs -- 5.7 Impacts of Recovery and Reconstruction Schemes on Addressing Local Priorities -- References -- 6 CSOs Engagement with International Donors and the Hamas Government to Plan and Implement Recovery and Reconstruction Schemes -- 6.1 CSOs' Preparedness to Engage in Recovery and Reconstruction Schemes -- 6.2 The No-contact Policy and Its Impacts on CSOs' Relationship with the de facto Government -- 6.3 CSOs-Donor Work Relationship: Participatory Planning and Agreement on Addressing Recovery Priorities -- 6.4 Western Versus Arab/Muslim Donors' Funding Strategies: Conditionality and Management Styles -- 6.5 Impacts of Recovery and Reconstruction Schemes -- Reference -- 7 International Donors' Approaches to Respond to Early Recovery and Reconstruction Needs Under the No-contact Policy.

7.1 International Donors' Positioning and Nature of Engagement in Post 2008 Early Recovery Schemes -- 7.2 The No-contact Policy and Its Impacts on Cooperation with the de facto Government and CSOs -- 7.2.1 Donors-CSOs Work Relationship: Funding Conditionality -- 7.2.2 Donors-CSOs Work Relationship: Building Capacities -- 7.2.3 Donors-CSOs Work Relationship: Obstacles to Recovery -- 7.3 Impacts of Donors' Reconstruction and Recovery Schemes -- 7.4 Conclusion -- References -- 8 Summary and Discussion -- 8.1 Analytical Implications: The TAI Framework and International Donors' Influence in the Gaza Strip -- 8.2 Policy Recommendations -- 8.3 Limitations and Future Research -- References -- Bibliography -- About the Author -- Index.

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