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Networking for Development

By Paul Starkey
ISBN: 9781853394300
Networking for Development is the first comprehensive survey and synthesis of the subject. At the same time, it is a concise practical manual for people who are involved in networks or who may be thinking of establishing one.
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  • Synopsis
    Networking, a buzz word in business circles for many years, has become fashionable in development too. Networking for Development is the first comprehensive survey and synthesis of the subject. At the same time, it is a concise practical manual for people who are involved in networks or who may be thinking of establishing one. The first part discusses the benefits and problems of networks in general, and sets out guidelines for successful networking, with several short case studies, from, among others, Sri Lanka, Nicaragua and Kenya. To illustrate these points more fully, part two contains a more detailed case study of animal traction networks in Africa. A useful list of contacts and resource materials is also included.
  • Table of Contents
    Foreword 7
    Preface and acknowledgements 9
    Acronyms and abbreviations 11
    Pt. 1 Networks and Networking 13
    Network types and networking benefits 14
    General problems faced by networks 21
    General guidelines for networks 31
    Pt. 2 Animal Traction Networks in Africa 47
    The animal traction networks: experiences 48
    Lessons from the African networks 63
    Appendix 1 Further reading 95
    Appendix 2 Network contacts 100

  • Details
    Sub Title N/A
    Author Paul Starkey
    Editor No
    Number of Pages 104
    Format Paperback / softback
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