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A hard look at directing benefits to the rural poor and at participation


, : A hard look at directing benefits to the rural poor and at participation. Discussion Paper, Agricultural Administration Network, Agricultural Administration Unit, Overseas Development Institute (6): 39

Moral, political and development arguments justify the increasing emphasis in the literature, in project design, and consultancy, on bringing benefits to the rural poor, and finding ways of increasing their participation. This paper concentrates on the development argument, examining the underlying economic, socio-political and technical assumptions.

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