Development work may engage both NGO practitioners and scientists in research institutions, but they have limited opportunities for interaction. Our latest Spotlight explores this divide and asks what can be done to better align their efforts.
This collection of articles presents an in-depth analysis with features including facts & figures, and opinions from former Nepali ministerDipak Gyawali; Rachel Hayman, International NGO Training and Research Centre; Harry Jones, Overseas Development Institute; andCharlie McLaren, UK Collaborative on Development Sciences
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