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Making Aid Agencies Work
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Terry Gibson combines large-scale industry analysis with attention to the lives and worlds of the people the aid industry aims to serve, and he demonstrates how to overcome barriers between the two worlds and free flows of learning, resources, and even political influences that might lead to better outcomes.

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Stand: 16.07.2019
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Education, Aid and Aid Agencies als eBook Downl...
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Education, Aid and Aid Agencies:

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Stand: 18.07.2019
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Humanitarian Logistics. Which challenges do aid...
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Humanitarian Logistics. Which challenges do aid-agencies have to face in disaster relief operations and how can these operations be efficient?:Based on South-East Asia 2004 Stefan Lehrer

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Stand: 17.07.2019
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How to Find Information About AIDS (eBook, ePUB)
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If you have ever attempted to research the AIDS epidemic or the HIV virus, you have discovered the overwhelming array of information sources. How do you know which information is the most accurate and most current? This second edition contains a directory of sources and resources in the AIDS information arena, designed to make it easy for anyone to find information on AIDS. Important Topics Covered: Organizations--includes AIDS service organizations, community-based organizations, and organizations operating at the local, regional, state, and national level Health Departments--identifies state offices, including the District of Columbia, that provide AIDS-related information or that can refer individuals to the appropriate organization Research Institutions, Grant Funding Sources, Education and Training Centers, and Federal Agencies Hotlines--both local and national Electronic Sources of Information--includes specific journals, bibliographies, and monographs Audiovisual Producers--covers producers of audiovisuals concerning AIDS The organization of the directory and the indexes, arranged geographically as well as alphabetically, are compelling features of this timely book. How to Find Information About AIDS, Second Edition is a valuable addition to the reference collection of librarians, counselors, school teachers, AIDS organization administrators, and medical personnel.

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Stand: 22.07.2019
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HIV/AIDS Communication Handbook als Buch von Bo...
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HIV/AIDS Communication Handbook:For CSOs, CBOs, FBOs, NGOs, PSOs, Government Institutions and International Agencies Bolu John Folayan

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Stand: 27.06.2019
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The Money-Moving Syndrome and the Effectiveness...
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The Money-Moving Syndrome and the Effectiveness ofForeign Aid:Diagnostic Tools to Improve Donor Agencies? LendingProcess to Aid-Receiving Countries Monkam Nara Françoise

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Stand: 18.07.2019
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The Bureaucratic Struggle For Control Of U.s. F...
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This study of executive-branch decision making explores the conflict between the diplomatic and developmental mandates of U.S. foreign-aid programs on two levels. First, a given amount of programming funded for a country must be divided among various activities, some of which are directed toward long-term development while others encourage short-term diplomatic cooperation with U.S. initiatives. Second, individual federal agencies favor certain types of aid and are engaged in a constant struggle to preserve and expand their favored programs at the expense of others. Dr. Rossiter examines this conflict in a case study of the State Department´s use of foreign-aid programs to induce the ´´frontline´´ states of southern Africa to cooperate with President Carter´s initiative to resolve the civil war in Rhodesia/Zimbabwe. According to Dr. Rossiter, the Agency for International Development (AID) lost control over foreign aid in the region to the State Department because the constituency for development objectives was relatively weak, both inside and outside the U.S. government. He concludes by discussing the implications of AID´s unsuccessful attempt to free itself from the State Department´s control during the reorganization of the foreign-aid bureaucracy under President Carter.

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Stand: 16.07.2019
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The Bureaucratic Struggle For Control Of U.s. F...
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This study of executive-branch decision making explores the conflict between the diplomatic and developmental mandates of U.S. foreign-aid programs on two levels. First, a given amount of programming funded for a country must be divided among various activities, some of which are directed toward long-term development while others encourage short-term diplomatic cooperation with U.S. initiatives. Second, individual federal agencies favor certain types of aid and are engaged in a constant struggle to preserve and expand their favored programs at the expense of others. Dr. Rossiter examines this conflict in a case study of the State Department´s use of foreign-aid programs to induce the ´´frontline´´ states of southern Africa to cooperate with President Carter´s initiative to resolve the civil war in Rhodesia/Zimbabwe. According to Dr. Rossiter, the Agency for International Development (AID) lost control over foreign aid in the region to the State Department because the constituency for development objectives was relatively weak, both inside and outside the U.S. government. He concludes by discussing the implications of AID´s unsuccessful attempt to free itself from the State Department´s control during the reorganization of the foreign-aid bureaucracy under President Carter.

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Stand: 16.07.2019
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Navigation by Judgment: Why and When Top Down M...
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Foreign aid organizations collectively spend hundreds of billions of dollars annually, with mixed results. Part of the problem in these endeavors lies in their execution. When should foreign aid organizations empower actors on the front lines of delivery to guide aid interventions, and when should distant headquarters lead?In Navigation by Judgment, Dan Honig argues that high-quality implementation of foreign aid programs often requires contextual information that cannot be seen by those in distant headquarters. Tight controls and a focus on reaching pre-set measurable targets often prevent front-line workers from using skill, local knowledge, and creativity to solve problems in ways that maximize the impact of foreign aid. Drawing on a novel database of over 14,000 discrete development projects across nine aid agencies and eight paired case studies of development projects, Honig concludes that aid agencies will often benefit from giving field agents the authority to use their own judgments to guide aid delivery. This ´´navigation by judgment´´ is particularly valuable when environments are unpredictable and when accomplishing an aid program´s goals is hard to accurately measure. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Paul Boehmer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/012884/bk_tant_012884_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 26.06.2019
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