|Statement||editor: Ian McAllister.|
|Contributions||McAllister, Ian, 1937-, Dalhousie University. Centre for International and Regional Development Projects|
|LC Classifications||HC60 S58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||106 p. :|
|Number of Pages||106|
In addition to a new part focussed exclusively on the practice of international development with six new chapters on measuring poverty, planning projects, development ethics, humanitarian assistance, and global poverty reduction, this edition has new chapters on alternatives to development, gender and development, China and the emerging 4/5(27). 6 world vision’s handbook for development programmes The WV Ministry Framework, the Integrated Focus, and the Principle-Level Choices documents can be found in the reference materials on the GDP website: International projects come with their own set of challenges yet many people just assume that what (sometimes) works for domestic projects can also be used for larger international projects too. Big mistake! So a specialist, focussed book like this can be a great help to those who have to work across borders/5(2). And yet the impact of aid projects, and indeed the impact of development itself, often grows out of the daily activities and personal interactions of development practitioners. This unique book considers challenges from the perspective of development practitioners who confront technical, managerial, political, theoretical, and moral quandaries.
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