Handbook of development and relief
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CTA. 1996. Handbook of development and relief. Spore 62. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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The Oxfam handbook of development and relief 1995 by Deborah Eade and Suzanne Williams Volume One ISBN 0 85598 3078 Volume Two ISBN 0 85598 308 6 Volume Three ISBN 0 85598 309 4 Complete Set (in rigid slipcase) ISBN 0 85598274 8 Oxfam Pu
The Oxfam handbook of development and relief has grown from the experiences of Oxfam (UK and Ireland) in its work in over 70 countries around the world. The Handbook is the expression of Oxfam's fundamental principles: that all people have the right to an equitable share in the world's resources, and the right to make decisions about their own development. The denial of such rights is at the heart of poverty and suffering. The Handbook is written mainly by Oxfam staff and represents the work of many people around the world who, over the years, have contributed their energies to fighting poverty and injustice. It is a comprehensive work of reference for developing practitioners and planners, for policy makers and social analysts, and for teachers and students of development. The book is published in three volumes. Volume One introduces the ideas and issues central to the analysis throughout the Handbook: Oxfam's approach to development and relief; focusing on people; and capacity building for development. Volume Two focuses on specific fields of development: production; health; emergencies; and contains an index to both volume 1 and volume 2. Volume Three is a Resources Directory and lists over 500 national and international organizations which offer advice, information and funding for development and relief work. The Oxfam handbook of development and relief 1995 by Deborah Eade and Suzanne Williams Volume One ISBN 0 85598 3078 Volume Two ISBN 0 85598 308 6 Volume Three ISBN 0 85598 309 4 Complete Set (in rigid slipcase) ISBN 0 85598274 8 Oxfam Publications, 274 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 7DZ, UK