The present study is both an early output, and also a contribution to the design, of the larger thematic review.
|Title||Learning for results : issues, trends and lessons learned in basic human needs : literature review|
|Year of Publication||1996|
|Authors||Jackson, ET, Beaulieu, D, Gallant, M, Hodgson, D|
|Pagination||xii, 62 p.|
|Publisher||Canadian International Development Agency, CIDA|
|Place Published||Hull, Que, Canada|
|Keywords||basic needs, development cooperation, evaluation, funding agencies, gender, infrastructure, literature reviews, policies, sdipol|
The present study is both an early output, and also a contribution to the design, of the larger thematic review. The purpose of the present study was to identify recent issues, trends and lessons learned in basic human needs programming in the international development community at large and in CIDA's own experience. A sample of 120 documents drawn from the international development literature and from CIDA project, programme and policy reports provided the database for the analysis presented here. Issues, trends and lessons learned were identified with reference to the Performance Review Division's Bilateral Performance Measurement Model, which is now referred to as the Bilateral Performance Review System.
|Notes||Bibliography: p. 50-58|