Applying the Guiding Principles in Countries with Special Needs
Although these guiding principles have the same goals everywhere, they will need to be adapted to specific conditions in partner countries. This chapter explains how the principles should be applied in the most fragile low‐income countries, including those suffering or emerging from conflicts or disasters, and in middle‐income countries with deep pockets of poverty. It also addresses the role of regional and cross‐border infrastructure, which is especially important for landlocked countries.
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Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: 2007-02-01