Capacity for Development: New Solutions to Old ProblemsCapacity for Development brings together innovative and well-supported studies of technical cooperation and its potential to build sustainable capacities in developing countries by enhancing the knowledge, skills and productive aptitudes of their populations.
A team of eminent development professionals and economists examine the achievements of technical cooperation and offer recommendations for reform in the context of globalization, democratization, the information revolution and the growth of capacities in the South. They analyse the issues from three perspectives: ownership, capacity enablers and knowledge. They show how the complex processes involved can be restructured to produce local involvement and empowerment, set out a normative framework for the input from society and describe a new paradigm of knowledge for capacity building in the network age.
|Auteur(s)||Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, Carlos Lopes and Khalid Malik|
|Fichier binaire du livre||Capacity for Development.pdf 2.6 MB|
|Langue du contenu||Anglais|