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    and characteristics, first is that the participatory will of both leaders and its people. It means freedom of expression and organized civil society on the other hand. Second the responsiveness of all the actors in the government and society. Third the equality and inclusiveness that the people may...
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  • Gandhian Concept for the Twenty First Century
    reasoning has been somewhat a prisoner of prevailing ideas on the advocacy of stalwart thinkers who ruled the rest. But there had always been a protestant voice, which was lost in the din and bustle of contemporaneous cacophony of ideas but ultimately emerged with a strong appeal because of the...
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  • Gandhian Economics
    boycott British goods and promote Swadeshi. He had similar opinion on industries, which replace labour. He was in favour of labour intensive technologies. The three most important advocacies with respect to political, economic and social reform were trusteeship, political decentralization and...
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  • Cement Industry of Ethiopia
    . Services Advocacy with regard to the industry’s views in administrative matters Coordinate capacity building activities through training programs, panel discussions, pilot project development, etc. Provides market information to its members Coordinates international trade fair participation of...
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  • Planning Theory Course Notes
    mechanism yet devised for creating and fostering wealth and innovation, it is not very efficient at assigning non-economic values and distributing social or economic justice. 10.05.2012 reflection papers: Advocacy Planning => includes suburban classes into planning. There is classification among...
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  • Development Perspective
    women. However, organizations like ForDIA and PORIS are mainly concentrating on political empowerment. On Policy Change Advocacy, participatory approaches and involvement of people in policy formulation have been cherished by many NGOs. However, there has been limitation in policy dialogue...
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  • Examine Key Challenges Faced by the Public Sector Management of the Global South?
    it is usually not visible to be detected. Methods and Approaches are needed to strengthen forms of power which is the power to the people. Poverty can be eradicated by channelling the power in the right direction such as participatory approach. Approaches provide a rough guiding framework within...
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  • Seeds
    CONCEPT NOTE ON Drought Proofing and promotion of sustainable livelihoods for poverty alleviation in Anantapur district Introduction PRADHAN Network back ground: Ours is a NGOs Network – PARTICIPATORY RURAL APPRAISAL AND DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN ACTION NETWORK (PRADHAN), which is initiated by...
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  • Bibliography
    ; a varied, vibrant arts/culture sector in the U.S.; shifts in both the extent of and patterns of involvement with arts and culture. Recent shift from participatory arts to ‘consumed’ arts. Vernacular arts vs. high arts. Growth of not-for-profit arts and entertainment. Who decides? Who pays? Who...
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  • The Gaps in the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law in Addressing the Discrimination Against Peasant Women in Their Access to and Control of Resources
    envisioned have secure land tenure, support services, and representation in governance. To complement the work of the ASDP, KAISAHAN maintained its national-level programs namely advocacy and networking as well as our legal case handling. This two-pronged national-local approach allowed the...
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  • CompaComparative Analysis on NGO's and CSO's
    A Comparative Analysis of CSO’s and NGO’s The Philippine democracy recognizes the roles played by Civil Society Organizations(CSO) and Non-governmental Organizations (NGO) in people empowerment and participatory governance. In Article III Section 23 of the Constitution, it is stated that states...
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  • Lecture
    activities of community G. Roles and activities of Community Health Nurse in promoting healthy communityIX Community Health Nursing Process A. Steps of Community Nursing Process 1. Assessing Community Health Needs 2.1. Types of Community Diagnosis * Traditional * Participatory...
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  • Participatory Budgeting
    to be responsive, inclusive, and accountable. Note No. 70 March 2003 Case Study 1 - Bangalore, India: Participatory Approaches in Budgeting and Public Expenditure Management India: Report Cards on Public Services in Bangalore1 Background Inspired by a private sector practice of conducting...
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  • Itc E Choupal
    most effective way of connecting them to the global market system. This espouses a version of inclusion that instumentalises disadvantaged sections, overlooking the potential of telecentres to serve as a tool for equitable and participatory development. Such subjugation of local development and the...
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  • Ngos and Policy-Making in Nigeria
    the last one and a half decade, development actors have adopted "participatory development" as its strategy. Finally, pressures to form nonprofit organizations have come from above, from official governmental policy circles. Most visibly, the conservative governments of Ronald Reagan and Margaret...
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  • Flood
    , early warning, and evacuation; • Emergency food security, livelihoods, and shelter provision; • Advocacy and work to achieve results for people living in poverty; • Accountability; • Work with partner organizations. This report is intended as a tool to account to the individuals, governments, and...
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  • Watson Theory
    clients to address the broader issues of health determinants. Intervening at the system level is sometimes more appropriate than intervening at the individual approach. Caring, on the other hand, encourages a participatory team approach, one in which the client is the action taker assuming...
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  • Human Rights
    marginalised. Thus the emergence of ESC rights is the result of advocacy efforts by grassroots action groups and NGOs in India. The series of World Summits, starting with the Vienna Summit on Human Rights in 1993, helped to bring ESC rights onto the agenda of many international development organisations...
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  • Nursing Theory
    , coupled with a Christian Worldview of Nursing, to base my practice of care at the bedside in the intensive care unit (ICU) where I work. The aspect of seeing the entire person as a whole and not in parts is an important aspect in the delivery of my care. I also believe that a patient’s faith and...
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  • How Does Ife and Yoruba Practice Preserve Nigerian Culture?
    knowledge of culture. Within these oral teachings resides the knowledge of moral content. The rights and wrongs and what is expected, what is acceptable in terms of behavior and what is not acceptable. It is by this means that social order is structured and enhanced and the Yoruba worldview is painted...
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