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  1. Development analysts tend to give short shrift to the seemingly minor bureaucratic hitches faced by practitioners - those who design, manage, implement, and evaluate aid projects. Often critical of foreign aid either for its apparent ineffectiveness at alleviating poverty or its purported...
  2. One of the greatest challenges of the 21st century will be to lift 3 billion people from poverty - and assist billions more living on its cusp - against a backdrop of sever natural resource degradation. With this the lundamental connections between human security and natural resource integrity...
  3. With shift of emphasis to growth-with-equity policies and the dissillusionment with central planning have contributed to the growing interest among developing countries in decentralizing some planning and management functions. This book speaks to balanced development, boosting mobilization of...
  4. With shift of emphasis to growth-with-equity policies and the dissillusionment with central planning have contributed to the growing interest among developing countries in decentralizing some planning and management functions. This book speaks to balanced development, boosting mobilization of...
  5. What are the sources for economic development and long-term growth? This book combines the best available cross-sectional data from Africa, Asia, and Latin America with appropriate theological tools including Millenium Development goals, current microeconomic policies, concise treatment of the...
  6. In this sequel to "Rural Development: Putting the last first" Robert Chambers argues that central issues in development have been overlooked, and that many past errors have flowed from domination by those with power. Development professionals now need new approaches and methods for interacting,...
  7. With shift of emphasis to growth-with-equity policies and the dissillusionment with central planning have contributed to the growing interest among developing countries in decentralizing some planning and management functions. This book speaks to balanced development, boosting mobilization of...
  8. Helping to enhance the livelihood of people around the globe. This book discusses an integrated approach to development, executive/ legislative relationships, new business model for growth, changes in structure, base funding on long-term strategies, and the reform that is needed now.
  9. Key Resource 1995-06-01 Effective agricultural improvement work grows out of years and years of trying one approach after another, of searching constantly for new, more effective ways of working. Each new approach must not only be tried out, but must be evaluated on the basis of generous amounts of feedback from the...