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Type Journal Article
Title Participation, power and practice in development: A case study of theoretical doctrines and international agency practice in Tuvalu
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Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2010
URL http://hdl.handle.net/10063/1579
Abstract
This research examines the conventions and understandings of ‘good’ development practice surrounding consultation, participation and their relationship to aid effectiveness and absorptive capacity in the context of a small island developing country, Tuvalu. The study will identify contemporary development intervention patterns in Tuvalu and will explore tensions emerging within the Tuvalu Government as it services the needs of its population as a sovereign nation while also servicing the needs of a multiplicity of development partners.

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