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New Angle: Nepal journal of social science and public policy
Over the last few decades, the role of 'group-formation' for community development has drawn substantial interest from policy makers, academics and development practitioners. This paper aims to examine the growing popularity of these development groups especially in the context where 'groups' are now the common entry point in most development programmes and projects in Nepal. The increasing popularity of the group approach, however, brings attention to some important questions. Is groupdoi:10.53037/na.v3i1.27 fatcat:oavnkqqhsrfu3oup5ujrhwnwii