Zoila Llempen
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I still remember the last work meeting I had as a public servant at the Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion in Peru before coming to Harvard Kennedy School in which we spent about three hours discussing whether one ministry was willing to share its data with another one, even though the two ministries were working together on a common project. Months later, the news was not so... Read More

Author: Zoila Llempen
Zoila Llempen
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When talking about international development, it is often said that fixed recipes do not work well in every context. Pretending that, as an outsider, one could determine what should be done to fix or improve the provision of public services in a certain context based in what worked in another place is risky and can even be harmful. This was the dilemma that the Peruvian government faced... Read More

Author: Zoila Llempen