Planning for success from start to exit: A review of literature, policy, and practice

2018 | Stopping as Success Consortium

Suggested Citation: Planning for success from start to exit: A review of literature, policy, and practice – First Edition (Peace Direct, Search for Common Ground, CDA) 2018

This review of literature, policy and practice has been developed as part of the Stopping As Success project which is being implemented by a consortium consisting of Peace Direct, CDA Collaborative Learning and Search for Common Ground, with support from USAID. The primary goal of this collaborative learning project is to bring greater awareness to the international community of the multiple dynamics at play when ending a development programme and to provide guidelines on how to ensure locally-led development. The core questions examined by this project are directly linked to USAID Local Work’s learning agenda and a growing number of learning initiatives in the wider international aid sector focused on locally-led development, local ownership and localization.

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