|Book title:||MAKING AID WORK|
|Category:||Politics & Social Sciences|
|Rating:||4.7 / 5|
|Publisher:||Urban Institute Press (February 1, 1997)|
|Subcategory:||Politics & Government|
|Other format:||mobi lrf txt mbr|
Researched and written from the perspective of a distinguished director of technical cooperation projects in Hungary and the Russian Federation, "Making Aid Work" provides a set of lessons for structuring a successful program. These lessons are for both the donor community and the firms and individuals in charge of implementation. Written in readable, nontechnical terms, this book is a must for both the donor community and firms and individuals in charge of implementation. According to a General Accounting Office report, the Russian Federation project that Struyk uses for his examples has won rare praise: "The USAID Mission Director in Moscow called it one of the most successful ones he had ever seen. A USAID official in Washington said that, for the money, no USAID project has had more macroeconomic impact."