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The Partnerships Resource Centre

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Project Description

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During the last second half of 2016 Context, international cooperation facilitated successfully the Mid- Term Reflection of the Partnerships Resource Centre (PrC) that set-up by the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University in 2009 (The Netherlands). The PrC creates, retrieves and shares knowledge on cross sector partnerships for sustainable and inclusive development by building a knowledge and learning network of professionals, academics, practitioners and policy makers around the world that share and collect information on selecting partnerships and increase their efficiency,effectiveness and impact.

The PrC commissioned this Mid-Term Reflection (MTR) ‘… in the sense that it is a process evaluation to determine whether the activities to date have been implemented as intended and whether they have already resulted in the envisaged results’. The MTR focused on the period 2009-2016 and the

Context MTR team looked together with PrC staff members at (1) programme issues, (2) institutional issues and, (3) provided suggestions for the future of the PrC.

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