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Who should be at the top of bottom-up development ? a case study of the national rural livelihoods mission in Rajasthan, India (English)

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It is widely acknowledged that top-down support is essential for bottom-up participatory projects to be effectively implemented at scale. However, which level of government, national or sub-national, should be given the responsibility to implement such... See More +

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  • Joshi, Shareen; Rao, Vijayendra;
  • 2017/03/06 09:23:03
  • Policy Research Working Paper
  • WPS7996
  • 1
  • 1
  • India
  • South Asia
  • 2017/03/06 09:18:13
  • Disclosed
  • Who should be at the top of bottom-up development ? a case study of the national rural livelihoods mission in Rajasthan, India
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