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Framing the results agenda in Swedish development co-operation

News: Jun 20, 2017

The demand for results within international development co-operation has increased over the last decades. Although many development actors agree on the necessity of improving their reporting on results, there is no general definition of what a result is or what the, so called, results agenda entails. With examples from Swedish development co-operation and Swedish development relations with Uganda, Therese Brolin, PhD student in Human Geogaphy at the University of Gothenburg, explores how development actors are framing the results agenda.

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