june, 2020

04jun09:00Russia as an international development donor


Event Details

Russian Federation has a long history of participating in international development aid. Being an official heritor of the USSR, it is one of the largest contributors in helping developing countries to overcome difficulties in economy, education and other important sectors of the existence. What are the major areas for Russia to donor? Wats are the policies in Russian ODA? What are the major institutions in Russia responsible for ODA? These questions are explained in the following NFID course.

The course consists of 4 modules. Each week participants will take 2 modules. Each module is taken in the form of a webinar followed by recommended reading.  and final testing. Each module will take about 3 hours to accomplish. The level of difficulty is basic. The course can be taken by specialists, working in the sphere of educational assessment, research and management.

Course syllabus.

Module 1: USSR as an international donor: directions of ODA, recipients, policy.

Module 2: Russia’s policies and doctrines of ODA. Responsible institutions. Major recipients of Russia’s ODA.

Module 3: Russia as member of multilateral partnership. Trust funds with Russia’s participation.

Module 4: Russia and Sustainable Development Agenda:humanitarian initiatives. Private sector. Civil society.


(Thursday) 09:00


NFIDNational Foundation for International Development