Development practitioners should take note of local political economy

There could be many instances where even well-intentioned and well-designed development interventions may not lead to expected outcomes. There can be several reasons for such failures, one being the possible opposition from various local actors, or what is referred to as the ‘local political economy’. It is useful for development practitioners to have some understanding of the current status and dynamics of the social and political context of where they are working.

Read full article here: http://practiceconnect.azimpremjiuniversity.edu.in/2018/06/06/development-practitioners-should-take-note-of-local-political-economy/

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