Bringing Wellbeing into Development Practice

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Abstract

While interest in wellbeing in international development is growing, there is little clarity on how to translate this into practice at programme and project level. This paper addresses this gap, reviewing a number of different approaches and proposing a new conceptual framework that builds on their strengths. The paper then sets out how the approach may be used in development research, monitoring and evaluation, reflecting on experience of piloting it in rural Zambia.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBath, UK
PublisherUniversity of Bath/Wellbeing in Developing Countries Research Group
Publication statusUnpublished - Aug 2009

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NameWellbeing in Developing Countries (WeD) Working Papers
No.WeD Working Paper 09/50

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White, S. C. (2009). Bringing Wellbeing into Development Practice. (Wellbeing in Developing Countries (WeD) Working Papers; No. WeD Working Paper 09/50). Bath, UK: University of Bath/Wellbeing in Developing Countries Research Group.

Bringing Wellbeing into Development Practice. / White, Sarah C.

Bath, UK : University of Bath/Wellbeing in Developing Countries Research Group, 2009. (Wellbeing in Developing Countries (WeD) Working Papers; No. WeD Working Paper 09/50).

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White, SC 2009 'Bringing Wellbeing into Development Practice' Wellbeing in Developing Countries (WeD) Working Papers, no. WeD Working Paper 09/50, University of Bath/Wellbeing in Developing Countries Research Group, Bath, UK.
White SC. Bringing Wellbeing into Development Practice. Bath, UK: University of Bath/Wellbeing in Developing Countries Research Group. 2009 Aug. (Wellbeing in Developing Countries (WeD) Working Papers; WeD Working Paper 09/50).
White, Sarah C. / Bringing Wellbeing into Development Practice. Bath, UK : University of Bath/Wellbeing in Developing Countries Research Group, 2009. (Wellbeing in Developing Countries (WeD) Working Papers; WeD Working Paper 09/50).
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