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When Aid Is No Help: How Projects Fail, and How They Could Succeed

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When Aid Is No Help: How Projects Fail, and How They Could Succeed - Madeley, John, and Robinson, M, and Mosley, P

The poorest often lose out in aid projects because they are not aware of their possibilities, and this is where non-governmental organizations can play a role. The official aid effort has the potential to help the poorest - but it needs to change and become more appropriate to their needs. The book suggests what changes are needed.

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