Development Cooperation Handbook/Good practices

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A Good Practice is an action proven to effectively and efficiently produce expected results. In project management, “Good Practice” is a standardized and replicable method of performing an action that can be applied by departments/organizations, having analogous objectives, in order to achieve analogous results.

The word “practice” is strictly related to the word “theory”. Any action carried out as a result of a human choice contains:

  • a vision = a theory

and

  • an activity that concertizes this vision = a practice.

See
Template for describing a Good Practice
Development Cooperation Stories


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