Working for pro-poor change in Brazil: Influencing Partnerships?

Publication year: 
2005

This paper is part of the broader series of publications about ælessons for change that look at learning and change in development organisations. Overall the series poses arguments for the importance of reflection on relationships and power in the aid context, document practical experiences of facilitating innovative learning, and stress the need for cultural and procedural change to foster a climate of inquiry and responsiveness. This paper in particular describes the authors' experience of testing and implementing alternative approaches to monitoring and evaluation, and to evaluate institutional relationships. It summarises DFID-Brazil's experience of discussing and defining concepts and principles for working in partnerships. It also reflects on the learning and change that has been stimulated by these discussions in DFID-Brazil, and proposes some lessons for DFID and donor agencies in general about relationships.

Source publication information
Series: 
Lessons for change in policy and organizations, no. 10
Pages: 
23 p.
Publisher
IDS
Bookshop, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton BN1 9RE, UK
Brighton
Publisher reference: 
Institute of Development Studies

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