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Guide to Implementing MDG Responsive Demonstration Projects

Guidance and systemization of experiences

Local governments seek innovative ideas and new approaches for dealing with their priority issues and concerns. A Demonstration Project is a relatively self-contained small-scale capital investment or technical assistance project, the purpose of which is to "demonstrate" a particular approach. The purpose of the guide is 1. to provide a learning framework for better solutions and approaches; 2. To focus on "action"; 3. To facilitate replication and up-scaling of innovative approaches.

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Guidance and systemization of experiences

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Guidance and systemization of experiences

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