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Despite its adoption of a partnership approach within its countries of operation, Concern Worldwide has struggled to match its definition of partnership with the range of relationships in which it actually engages on the ground. A relationship-mapping diagram conceived during its Partnership Policy formulation workshop has now helped to bridge this gap between theory and reality. Country programmes have also found that the process and result of such mapping exercises help them to recognise what relationships they have, and in turn which relationships they need, in order to achieve results.

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10.1080/09614524.2010.491532

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