Jamaican projects serve as input for sector-wide development programme

Type of Document 1
Title of Journal
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Author NC
Abstract Initiated in 1998, the Jamaica Country Programme has matured into a programme, in which local partners haven taken strong ownership. Currently, 6 projects are in implementation and a range of new projects is in the pipeline. Although moderate in scale, the projects have served as catalysts within the implementing organisations and beyond. The attention has therefore shifted from embedding the projects in the partner organisations to increased collaboration and mainstreaming ofprojects in sector-wide development programmes.
Keywords Knowledge Sharing Capacity Development
Publisher NC
Language en
Date 6-06-2002
Subject MDG/s
Country/Countries Jamaica
Document file cpjamaicabrochure_eng.pdf




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