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Reflections on the e-forum and Prajateerpu report by the UK Department for International Development, India (PLA Notes 46)
In this article the author, the Head of Office for DFID in India, offers reflection on the Prajateerpu report and the subsequent e-forum, focusing on the comments made of DFID's involvement in development projects in Andhra Pradesh, and providing responses to criticisms that were in the report.
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