Indigenous Knowledge Inquiries
Paul Sillitoe, Peter Dixon, Julian Barr
This manual is for development programme managers and project leaders who wish to incorporate an indigenous knowledge element into their work. The guidelines acknowledge that the design and management of IK-informed projects involve making decisions about many closely interrelated issues. They take...
Deborah Eade, Ernst Ligteringen
Non-government organisations working in the humanitarian and development sectors won official approval in the 1980's and 1990's but there are signs now that they are losing favour. The NGO sector stands accused by some of complacency and self-interest on the one hand and of being ineffectual and irr...
Managing for a Change
Project management is a skill we have to learn; good intentions and enthusiasm are not enough! This book provides an insight into development project planning and management by guiding the reader, chapter by chapter, through the stages from concept to completion. Topics covered include problem ident...