A manual on SMAP Development Process for Participative Community-Based Rural Development

Publication year: 
1993

The SMAP Development Process is a series of community learning opportunities based on micro-projects undertaken in a participative, community-based manner which facilitates improvement of community skills in harnessing, managing and sustaining development resources. SMAP focuses on small scale, quick acting projects at the community level. By assisting communities to identify, plan, implement and evaluate these "micro-projects", SMAP aims to increase the communities' capability to direct and undertake their own future development.

Pages: 
221p.
Publisher
SMAP
Available at IDS for reference
Davao City, Philippines
Publisher reference: 
SMAP

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Shelfmark in IDS Resource Centre
C : Guides and manuals : Community Development and Planning 1788