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close this bookAction Research Report on «Reflect» - Education Research Paper No.17 (DFID, 1996, 96 p.)
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Acknowledgements


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The authors of this report would like to thank:

· All three sections of the ODA that helped to fund this work (The education advisers, the Aid Management Office in Bangladesh and ESCOR).

· The staff of ACTIONAID Uganda, particularly the Country Director, Anthony Wasswa and the Bundibugyo team; also LABE and UJAFAE.

· The staff of ACTIONAID Bangladesh, particularly the Country Director, Ton Van Zutphen, the previous director, Bob Reitemeier, Mukul Rahman and the Bhola Island team; also Ratindranath Pal, Habibur Rahman of CAMPE and Nilufer Rahman of INFEP.

· The staff of Ayuda en Acción El Salvador, particularly the Country Director, Carlos Hernandez, the previous Country Director Eduardo Moser; the staff of CIAZO, the staff of COMUS and Sandrine Tiller of WUS.

· Past and present staff of ACTIONAID UK, particularly Nigel Twose, Robert Dodd, Candice Macqueen, Maxine Riddick and Barry McCann.

· The REFLECT facilitators and participants in the three pilot programmes who gave their time freely to the evaluation teams.