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TC Partnership With Pakistan a "Different Approach to Aid Work," Says Gita Steiner-Khamsi

Rather than having the donor dictate how the aid package is implemented, the $75 million USAID Teacher Education Project gives ownership to Pakistanis, and US partners act as consultants, Steiner-Khamsi says of the project.
CSMRather than having the donor dictate how the aid package is implemented, the $75 million USAID Teacher Education Project gives ownership to Pakistanis, and US partners act as consultants, Steiner-Khamsi says of the project.

Link: Where the US and Pakistan are working together

Published Wednesday, Jun. 27, 2012

TC Partnership With Pakistan a "Different Approach to Aid Work," Says Gita Steiner-Khamsi

CSMRather than having the donor dictate how the aid package is implemented, the $75 million USAID Teacher Education Project gives ownership to Pakistanis, and US partners act as consultants, Steiner-Khamsi says of the project.

Link: Where the US and Pakistan are working together

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