Understand, analyse and manage a decentralization process

Institutions for Rural Development - 2


Guidelines

Understand, analyse and manage
a decentralization process

The RED-IFO Model and its use

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Table of contents

Part I   [715Kb]

    Conents
    Foreword
    Presentation of the document

Part II   [817Kb]

    PART ONE: Understanding a Decentralization Process
    Chapter 1. The Nature of the Problem: FAO Experience and Skills in Decentralization
    Chapter 2. Concepts and Definitions
    Chapter 3. The History of Decentralization
    Chapter 4. Stakes, Risks and Management
    Chapter 5. The Analytical RED-IFO Model of Decentralisation

Part III   [525Kb]

    Part Two: Analyzing Decentralization Processes
    Chapter 1. The Institutional Environment
    Chapter 2. Putting Together a Country Outlook
    Chapter 3. Typology of Decentralization Processes

Part IV   [513Kb]

    Part Three: Managing a Decentralization Process
    Chapter 1. The Restructuration of Rural Institutions
    Chapter 2. Territorial Decentralization
    Chapter 3. The Place of Civil Society and the Role of Intermediate Bodies

Part V   [526Kb]

    Annexes: Documentary and Pedagogical File

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