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Rhetoric or reality? Cross-sector policy implementation at the UK government Department for International Development

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International development discourse emphasises collaboration, partnerships and cross-sectoral approaches, but to what extent is cross-sector policy implemented in practice? This article presents findings from research into cross-sector policy implementation at the Department for International Development (DFID) in the UK and Nepal. Discussion focuses on examining and explaining the contradictory nature of the data gathered and a possible model of cross-sectoral engagement is presented in response to the findings. In conclusion, DFID was found to have made some significant attempts to implement cross-sectoral policies but, for a number of reasons, DFID's cross-sector policies have not been fully implemented.
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Keywords: CROSS-SECTOR; DFID; NEPAL; POLICY IMPLEMENTATION

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 2009

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