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Managing Development

Managing Development
State, Society, and International Contexts

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Area Studies (General)

May 1991 | 283 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The complexities facing development managers are vast. The enormous challenges to understanding the breadth and depth of development transformation are apparent in each level of this process and demand attention. Managing Development answers the need for a comprehensive introductory resource. Offering a fresh perspective on development management, it analyzes both international and national development agencies and shows the widely differing cultural contexts in which to plan, manage and evaluate development programmes.
Introduction to Development Management
Conceptions From and About People at the Grassroots

The Cultural Context
The Political Context
Transitions I
Project and Program Preparation

Transitions II
Project/Program Selection and Evaluation

Development Management at the National Level
International Development Agencies
Non-Governmental Organizations
Toward Organizational Change

Agricultural Programs
Reproductive, Preventive and Curative Dimensions

Closing Perspectives on Development Management

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