Adapting Aid: Lessons from Six Case Studies

by Jon Beloe, Alison Hemberger, Philippa Hill et al.
Institute of Development Studies (IDS), June 2016

40 pp. 9.2 MB
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Long frustrated by the rigidity of traditional tools and processes for managing programs, practitioners are increasingly calling for new ways of working to be effective in complex and volatile environments. The hope is that a new generation of adaptive programs – more attuned to the realities on the ground, more dynamic and flexible – will be better able to deliver development and humanitarian results in complex, adaptive social systems.

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