Preparing Advisers for Capacity-Building Missions
This report focuses on the preparation of advisers who are sent to work in national-level government ministries on capacity building missions. The author contends that in order for capacity-building strategies to yield the desired results, policy officials who draft missions and mandates must also understand the challenges advisers face, the roles they have to play, and the shift in mindset they have to make. Preparation should be an integral part of strategy, factored into mission budgets, and deeply embedded in the planning process.
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