Partnership, a core tenet of development thinking, makes stakeholders of everyone involved in the chain of a "development project" - a kind of trickle-down theory of good intentions emanating from the international agencies, marching to music scored by the world banks;
featuring a chorus of Donors;
and the harmonious efforts of various nations and their non-governmental organizations, NGOs;
functioning in call-it "mirror-concert" with their respective counterparts, employed throughout the developing nation's governmental ministries, that guide national institutions in policy and practice, and cooperate with local NGOs with roots in communities;
to mobilize, enrich, and empower the beneficiaries, for whom the whole shebang toils, with the long-term objective of strengthening the social grassroots of the national landscape, eradicating poverty by stimulating private-sector economic development.
And so on... The jargon rolled off the keyboard so much SMARTer in the previous millenium!