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Contributions to development through dialogue and training. A framework for guiding cooperation among personnel


, : Contributions to development through dialogue and training. A framework for guiding cooperation among personnel. Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Stiftung fur Internationale Entwicklung (1469 C): 104

The study first examines the present position and success of development policies, the changing role of development agencies and the need to develop human resources with particular emphasis on the changing tasks and future programmes of the GFR Foundation for International Development (DSE).

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