Stopping As Success:
Locally Led Transitions
in Development

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Stopping As Success: Locally Led Transitions in Development” (SAS+) is a collaborative learning project that looks into how to make INGO transitions more responsible. The project, now in its second phase, aims to enable development partnerships to be more locally led, for transitions to be more effective and sustainable for local people, and for development practitioners to be more responsive to local dynamics. The SAS+ project team consists of Peace Direct, Search for Common Ground and CDA Collaborative Learning. So far, the project has developed tools and resources on locally led transitions, and a book compiling case studies and findings from around the world.

SAS+ Events

Call for participants! On November 10-11, the Stopping As Success consortium is hosting a two-day consultation on Responsible Transitions and Locally led Development. We invite those committed to shifting the power in development to join the conversation on how to effectively engage in responsible partnership transitions and move towards locally led development. Register here.  


We’ll be presenting at the International Civil Society Center’s Global Perspectives 2021 conference on November 3rd at 10:45am EST / 3:45pm CET. Click here to register!

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