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Greening the Fields Again: Small Irrigation System Renovation in Melamchi
The project Recovery of Agricultural Livelihoods (ReAL) has been working since August 2016 to reconstruct irrigation facilities.
Written by Jane Carter - 26. February 2018
Are Conferences on Development Initiatives Relevant Anymore?
No one is oblivious to the question in the title of this blog post. It seems that conferences are a dominant feature of development initiatives.
Written by Zenebe B. Uraguchi - 23. February 2018
A Toilet for All in the Emerging Town of Katarniya
Toilets are a crucial provision for a clean water supply.
Written by Jane Carter - 16. February 2018
Retrofitting as an Answer to Earthquake Damage: Pros and Cons
For Helvetas-Nepal, retrofitting remains a niche option, worth supporting in certain cases, but not a major solution to the earthquake reconstruction effort.
Written by Jane Carter - 18. January 2018
Partnerships in Development Cooperation – Who Should Hold the Steering Wheel?
We begin by stating the obvious: as development practitioners, we do not work alone. We manage and implement projects together with and through different partners.
Written by Zenebe B. Uraguchi, Lydia Plüss - 15. January 2018
How Chasing Fixed and Large Outreach Targets Hinders Scalable and Sustainable Impacts
Written by Zenebe B. Uraguchi, Rubaiyath Sarwar - 21. December 2017
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