Build Africa partnership background paper

Build Africa partnership background paper

Michael Brophy

A paper giving guidance on which to base a decision on whether to have a partnership policy and what needs to be considered in developing partnership policy and practice. It addresses issues such as formal vs. informal relationships, risk analysis and issues to be addressed.

Resource type: Background paper

Resource application: Background reading to reflect on whether partnerships are useful for the organisation compared to other relationships and what questions need to be considered when developing partnership policy and practice.

Good knowledge of your organisation so the ideas in the paper can be applied to it. This takes you through some of the things you need to think about when developing a partnership approach.

Pillar: Partnership
Building Blocks: roles and responsibilities selection

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