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Oxfam's approach to development and relief


, : Oxfam's approach to development and relief. The Oxfam handbook of development and relief Volume 1: 1-160

Chapter 1 of Volume 1 contains four inter-related parts and provides the first part of the introductory section to the basic principles underlying all Oxfam's work. Part 1, principles of development and relief work, considers the people-centred nature of development and relief, empowerment, participation, interdependence and the fallacy of 'target groups', sustaining development, and the limitations of projects in development processes.


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