Luận án Effective aid coordination in lao pdr: policy implications for power sector development

I would like to sincerely thank many people whom provided much support into producing this thesis and paving the way for the research topic to be one of the significant findings. I wish to express my profound gratitude to my supervisor Associate Professor Dr. NGUYEN Thanh Ha, National Economics University (Vietnam), for his great support and guidance throughout my study. His encouragement and constant attention contributed significantly to the outcome of this research. I am grateful to my sponsors such as the Ministry of Energy and Mining and the National University of Laos in enabling me to achieve a higher education at National Economics University, Vietnam. Many thanks to all interviewees whom shared knowledge and ideas. My sincere thanks out to the Lao Government officers from the Government Office, Ministry of Energy and Mines, H.E Mr. Soulivong DARAVONG, Minister of Energy and Mines, etc and many other officers whom were involved in my research. The European Commission Lao PDR Office international staff, the World Bank residential office and United Nations Development Programme staff who are involved in the aid effectiveness agenda in Laos and friends from development communities were all of assistance in this reseach. Last but not least, many thanks are due to my wife and my family who provided me endless love with support and strength through out of my life.