Program Graduation and Exit Strategies: Title II Program Experiences and Related Research
An exit strategy for a program is a specific plan describing how the program intends to withdraw from a region while assuring that the achievement of development goals is not jeopardized and that further progress toward these goals is made. The goal of an exit strategy is to assure sustainability of impacts and activities after the program has departed.
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