Making Aid Work: Lessons from Successful Technical Cooperation in the Former Soviet Bloc

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Urban Institute Press, 1997 - Political Science - 208 pages
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Raymond J. Struyk draws on his extensive experience in technical cooperation programs in the countries of the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe to distill lessons for others who wish to increase their chances of success in this difficult arena. Struyk offers a detailed analysis of the processes and pitfalls of building self-sustaining infrastructure. His analysis covers every step of the process -- from defining the project; through setting up an ongoing operation; to exit strategies and the ultimate goal, which is to engineer the project's own obsolescence by strengthening local analysts, administrators, and institutions to replace it.

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