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Partnerships in Development Practice: Evidence from multi-stakeholder ICT4D partnership practice in Africa
The central aim of this paper is to problematise the notion of partnership in development practice, with particular emphasis on partnerships in the field of Information and Communication Technologies for Development (ICT4D). It seeks to challenge taken for granted ideas concerning such partnerships, and it argues that those involved in such initiatives need to have in place formal concepts about their structure, organisation and intention.

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Partnerships in Development Practice: Evidence from multi-stakeholder ICT4D partnership practice in Africa

The central aim of this paper is to problematise the notion of partnership in development practice, with particular emphasis on partnerships in the field of Information and Communication Technologies for Development (ICT4D). It seeks to challenge taken for granted ideas concerning such partnerships, and it argues that those involved in such initiatives need to have in place formal concepts about their structure, organisation and intention.
Partnerships in Development Practice: Evidence from multi-stakeholder ICT4D partnership practice in Africa

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Collation 94 p.
English
Author(s) Unwin, Tim
Publication year 2005
Document code CI.2005/WS/07
Series Title UNESCO Publications for the World Summit on the Information Society
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