On September 15th, I had the honor of being invited to speak with the U.S. Agency for International Development in Uganda and its development partners about country ownership as part of their Development Speakers series. The text of my remarks and the accompanying slides illustrate the evolution of country ownership in the 21st century from when the concept was first developed in the postcolonial period to incorporation into development doctrine at the turn of the century. If you are interested in how I think it has changed, I encourage you to check out my remarks and presentation.
September 22, 2015
No longer at ease: Country ownership in an interconnected world