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Designing Community Based Development

ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEMS AUTHORITY BASIC INFRASTRUCTURE BILATERAL AGENCIES CAPACITY BUILDING CENTRAL AUTHORITIES CHANGES IN LEGISLATION COMMUNAL AREAS MANAGEMENT COMMUNITIES COMMUNITY ACTION COMMUNITY BASED APPROACH COMMUNITY BASED DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY BASED PROGRAMS COMMUNITY DEMAND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY GROUPS COMMUNITY LEVEL COMMUNITY LEVEL MAINTENANCE COMMUNITY LEVEL ORGANIZATIONS COMMUNITY MEETINGS COMMUNITY MEMBERS COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIP COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS COMMUNITY OUTREACH COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION COMMUNITY SUPPORT COMMUNITY WATER GROUPS COMMUNITY WORKERS DECISION MAKING DEVELOPMENT PROCESS ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA EMPOWERMENT APPROACH FARMER ASSOCIATIONS FOREST PROTECTION COMMITTEES FORESTS GOVERNMENT POLICY GRAMEEN BANK GRASSROOTS WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTING AGENCIES INCOME INDIGENOUS PRINCIPLES OF ORGANIZATION INFORMAL GROUPS INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK INSTITUTIONAL REFORM INTERMEDIARIES INVESTMENT IN TRAINING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP LOCAL COMMUNITIES LOCAL GROUPS LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS LOCAL PARTICIPATION MANAGING NATURAL RESOURCES MEMBERSHIP CRITERIA NATIONAL ECONOMY NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ORGANIZED RECIPROCITY OUTREACH OUTREACH APPROACH PARTICIPATION OF DISADVANTAGED PEOPLE PARTICIPATORY COMMUNITY BASED PROGRAMS PARTICIPATORY PROCESS POLITICAL LEADERS PRIMARY SOCIAL SERVICES PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR INVOLVEMENT PROCUREMENT PROCUREMENT RULES REVERSAL OF CONTROL RULE FORMULATION SOCIAL CAPITAL SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT SOCIAL INTERACTION SOCIAL ORGANIZATION SOCIAL SCIENTISTS VILLAGE GROUPS WATER THEFT WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT PROJECT DESIGN COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION NATURAL RESOURCES SOCIAL SERVICES INFRASTRUCTURE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK IMPLEMENTING AGENCIES
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Zimbabwe
2012-08-13T15:39:53Z | 2012-08-13T15:39:53Z | 1995-06

When properly designed, community based programs can be highly effective in managing natural resources, providing basic infrastructure or ensuring primary social services. Participation in community based development (CBD) depends on reversing control and accountability from central authorities to community organizations. Successful design requires tapping into local needs, understanding and building on the strengths of existing institutions, and defining the changes needed in intermediary implementing agencies to support community action.

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