|Statement||edited by Sue Kenny, Matthew Clarke|
|Series||Rethinking international development series|
|LC Classifications||HN49.C6 C4815 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010012497|
Interrogates the idea of capacity building theoretically and explores the variety of meanings, constructions and practices of capacity building. This book examines capacity building in both developing and developed countries and takes the position that . Challenging Capacity Building: Comparative Perspectives Challenging Capacity Building: Comparative Perspectives Molosi, Keneilwe Book reviews ‘The Placemaker’s Guide to Building Community’ will probably provoke a wide range of readers, and would make an ideal book for courses on development, urban planning, and community participation. This book challenges capacity building by critically interrogating its central ideas and practices. But it also considers the ways in which capacity building itself can challenge disadvantage and inequality, by offering a self-determining way forward for communities.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ;. challenges in capacity building. although the paper examines capacity building through the lens of hiV/ aiDS programming, the principles may be applied, with careful adaptation, to different settings and sectors and with different types of organizations. n iii.
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