United Nations Development Programme, Office of Development Studies, 1997 - Business & Economics - 19 pages
This book expresses the primacy of people centred development. It calls for a partnership between key institutions such as the United Nations & Government to give people 'a chance' by working towards a more stable & a better world for all.
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