The community development handbook : a tool to build community capacity / written by Flo Frank and Anne Smith. : MP33-13/1999E-IN
This handbook provides an introduction to community development and capacity building. It is meant as a resource for exploring and initiating community development. The book defines the terms "community development" and "community capacity building." It explains the 7 basic steps of the community development process and identifies problems often experienced and how to overcome them. Real life stories help reveal how the community development process has and can be applied. There is also information on the knowledge and skills you will need to make up a strong and effective development team. This book is a great start for anyone interested in getting his/her community development project off the ground. Copies of this handbook and the "Community Development Facilitator's Guide" are available from: http://www.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca/community.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Human Resources Development Canada.|
|Title||The community development handbook : a tool to build community capacity / written by Flo Frank and Anne Smith.|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)||"This introductory handbook is not designed to be a textbook for practitioners, but as an introductory guide to community development and capacity building. It is designed primarily for those who have an interest in community development but who may not have an in-depth understanding of the concept, the process or the resources available across Canada."--Introduction.|
|Publishing information||Ottawa - Ontario : Human Resources Development Canada .|
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|Subject terms||Community development|
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