ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Designing Participatory Training

some of the cases in which the programme can damage the rural set up if the donor perceptions as well as the implementation gets wrong. The author argues against ideological culture-neutral applications of development objectives, which look beautiful on paper and in policy declaration but which are difficult to obtain. Different NGOs have different perceptions on development and the way they implement programmes also varies from one to the other. Thus, it is clear that till now, no uniformity exists regarding the organisational behaviour of the management of these implementing agencies. The literature in this direction is also limited. This is the case of all the types of NGOs. Certain NGOs spend most of their time in introducing advanced evaluation systems, which often might be undertaken by those who are not at all familiar with the area in which the programme is carried out. This is evident in some of the case studies presented by Hossanin Zillur Rahman in his paper 'Aid and Development in Bangladesh'.

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