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JAS (Joint Assistance Strategy)

Joint Assistance Strategy (JAS) is a comprehensive framework for managing the development co-operation between the government and bilateral and multilateral donors.

It focuses on aid effectiveness and co-operation in the implementation of a country's Poverty Reduction Strategy.

In particular, the JAS aims to embed fundamental principles that strengthen national ownership of the development process, and harmonies donor and government processes and procedures in ways that make aid more effective, and simpler to manage.

JAS's are formulated in the spirit of national and international commitments and initiatives on aid effectiveness - most notably the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness from 2005.

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