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Learning Endogenous Development

Edited By COMPAS
ISBN: 9781853396649
This book provides ideas, guidelines, and examples of how to put endogenous development into practice. It also shows how field staff can be helped to learn, and how training or learning activities can best be organized, to support endogenous development.
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  • Synopsis
    Endogenous development places the major importance in working with local communities on using people's own resources, strategies, and initiatives as the basis for their development. It considers not only the material, but also the socio-cultural and the spiritual resources of people, in order to broaden the options when formulating appropriate development paths, without romanticizing people's traditional worldviews and practices. This book provides ideas, guidelines, and examples of how to put endogenous development into practice. It also shows how field staff can be helped to learn, and how training or learning activities can best be organized, to support endogenous development.
  • Table of Contents
    Acknowledgements
    Foreword Rigoberta Menchu
    Introduction
    Part 1: Endogenous Development
    1. Endogenous Development: A Synopsis
    Part 2. Practicical Cases of Supporting Endogenous Development
    2. Supporting Endogenous Development, An Alternative Approach
    3. Understanding Local Worldviews, Learning, Action and Institutions
    4. Visioning and Planning
    5. Supporting Local Learning
    6. Supporting Local Action
    7.Strengthening Local Institutions
    8. Creating an Enabling Environment
    Part 3: Learning Endogenous Development
    9. Learning Strategies
    10. Selected Learning Forms
    About the Contributors
    Glossary
    Resources
    Index
  • Details
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    Editor COMPAS
    Number of Pages 264
    Format Paperback / softback
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