Stopping As Success: Transitioning to Locally Led Development (SAS+) is a four-year project (2021-2025) by CDA Collaborative, Peace Direct and Search for Common Ground, funded by USAID. SAS+ seeks to generate learning on how to facilitate development transitions from international to local actors. SAS+ aims to enable development partnerships to be more locally led, transitions to be more effective and sustainable for the local actors involved, and systems of development actors to be more responsive to the communities in which they work.
SAS+ builds on learning outcomes collaboratively developed through the original Stopping As Success (SAS) program’s (2017-2020) evidence base of 20 original case studies, and corresponding tools and resources to foster responsible transitions and partnerships that promote local ownership and leadership. You can find all of the SAS resources on the SAS website: www.stoppingassuccess.org
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