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By: Ruth Alsop, Elon Gilbert, John Farrington and Rajiv Khandelwal
Demand-driven development goes hand in hand with an increase in the number of agents involved in information exchange and decision-making. This book documents an experience in the state of Rajasthan in India which brought together NGOs, government departments, research organisations and farmers' groups. It details and analyzes the context, emergence and performance of this coalition, and draws out generic principles which could be of use to programme designers anywhere. A mix of theory and application, this book will be of interest to students of development studies, as also to those in the fields of sociology, economics, agricultural economics, rural management, extension services, NGOs, funding and international donor agencies.
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