Results Based Accountability (RBA) is a practice that established performance measures to achieve a mutually agreed upon result that seeks to improve communities. This is a collaborative practice that can engage a wide array of community stakeholders or a smaller targeted group to work towards an identified goal. It’s a practical approach that’s easy to incorporate a diverse range of participants.
This course introduces students to the history, theory and practice of international development. Students will examine the different meanings and objectives of global development, paying particular attention to economic growth, poverty alleviation, inequality reduction, capability enhancement, the defense of human rights and sustainability.