This book describes the bureaucratic and administrative problems that confronted Development Alternatives, giving particular attention to the administrative and bureaucratic barriers within the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID) itself.
Table of Contents
Introduction Section I: Twelve Development Projects: Design, Approval, and Implementation 1. The Projects, their Setting, and DAI Involvement 2. The Process of Project Design 3. The Review/Approval Process 4. Organization and Implementation 5. Synthesis and Analysis Section II: Reflections on the Process Approach to Project Development 6. Project Design Issues 7. The Role of "Experimentation" in Development Projects 8. Reflections on Project Organization and Implementation 9. Reflections on the Review/Approval Process Section III: Principal Conclusions and Recommendations 10. Principal Conclusions and Recommendations