Crafting Institutions for Localized Aid

Today, most development practitioners agree that “going local” should be the way to deliver foreign aid. However, while this idea is widely embraced in principle, turning it into action is the hard problem. After all, aid professionals are steeped in the framework of universal best practices. In order for localized aid to work, we must begin by changing incentives, recruitment, and organizational structures within aid agencies.

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