and South Asia, reveals that SBMOs often lose this responsiveness as they grow too large and bureaucratic. Donor finance itself has sometimes contributed to this loss of direction. The article outlines the findings of the survey, suggests how donors can identify the most useful SBMOs, and
points to ways of supporting them without overwhelming them.
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