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Community based associations and participatory-transparent development in local authorities

F. E. Iyoha

Community based associations and participatory-transparent development in local authorities

the perceptions of community based associations and local officials in Edo State Nigeria

by F. E. Iyoha

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Published by Institute of Governance and Development, Ambrose Alli University in Ekpoma .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Non-governmental organizations -- Nigeria -- Edo State.,
  • Community development -- Nigeria -- Edo State.,
  • Community organization -- Nigeria -- Edo State.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p 230-231)

    StatementF.E. Iyoha.
    ContributionsAmbrose Alli University. Institute for Governance and Development.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHN831.E45 I96 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 231 p. :
    Number of Pages231
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23051704M
    ISBN 10978374096
    LC Control Number2008556821

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      Community Based Organizations by Region. CBOs by Region also available in Portable Document Format (PDF) Octo This document provides a list of Community Based Organizations by region. The list of organizations is intended to help payers, providers and stakeholder engage each other for the purpose of potential partnerships. Keywords: community-based, community engagement, partnership development, bilateral, program evaluation INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND In the past four decades, health practitioners have turned increasingly to data-driven decision-making processes (Judd, Frankish, & Moulton, ) to more effectively manage health and human service programs in.

    ADEG newly Established Local NGO Based in Dolo, Gedo, Somalia looking for new partnership From International Ngos, UN, and grants Foundation around the Globe to work with the communities to improve the socio-economic status of the local community through positive programming perspectives coupled with sustainability and ownership of programs. Local community organizations often provide leadership development programs. These skill-building programs are open to the greater community or for specific underrepresented populations, and offer an opportunity to invigorate civic engagement. The social capacity provided by these programs can be of mutual benefit to a local agency and its.


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Community-based organizations (CBO) or Community organizations (CO) have been an integral part of the development projects and initiatives since decades. They are indeed the ‘face’ of community empowerment, by virtue of the fundamental principles of democratic processes, building on the social capital, and reliance on community participation.

This paper was written as a resource for community-based organizations – and those organizations that serve them – that are considering or are in the midst of organizational development (OD) activities.

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