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What Works: Promising Practices in International Development

What Works: Promising Practices in International Development

COURSE: University of Oslo Online Course

Starting 23 February 2015

Explore promising strategies in international aid related to agriculture, public health, governance and poverty reduction. 

The history of international development is a complicated mixture of hopeful altruism and difficult reality. The media often paint development aid as wasteful spending, leaving the public wondering if any intervention can ever work. Yet can the case be made for a more optimistic outlook on international development? 

The course educator, Dan Banik (University of Oslo), is a regular CROP contributor. 

Use the following link for more information about the course.


11.05.2016
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