Development in Practice Vol. 30 n° 2 – 2020

Brian Pratt

Pages: 141-142

A modified typology to classify secular NGOs and faith-based organisations in development contexts

John Frame

Pages: 143-153

Development of the rural small manufacturing sector in Gujarat and West Bengal: a comparative study

Subrata Dutta

Pages: 154-167

Group lending through an SHG bank-linkage programme in India: transaction costs and social benefits

Meenakshi Rajeev, B. P. Vani & Veerashekharappa

Pages: 168-181

The nexus of a human rights-based approach and microfinance

Jae-Eun Noh

Pages: 182-193

Evaluation of the community development practitioners’ professional development programme: CIPP model application

Mokgadi Molope & Akpovire Oduaran

Pages: 194-206

Institutionalisation of co-production in the reform of a public enterprise: insights from the Philippines

Rhea Ledesma-Gumasing & Willi Zimmermann

Pages: 207-219

The effect of project aid fragmentation on economic growth

Mitsuaki Furukawa

Pages: 220-233

Youth perceptions of agriculture: influence of cognitive processes on participation in agripreneurship

Buyisile Magagula & Chiedza Z. Tsvakirai

Pages: 234-243

Desire for development: seeking social change though climate adaption projects

Igor Rubinov

Pages: 244-254

Outcome mapping and research into use: analysing monitoring data for effective strategies

Emily Balls & Nisso Nurova

Pages: 255-267

Seeing empowerment as relational: lessons from women participating in development projects in Cambodia

Philippe Doneys, Donna L. Doane & Sina Norm

Pages: 268-280

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