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  • Local Economic Development Debates in South Africa

    Bond, Patrick (2002)
    This report discusses Local Economic Development (LED) in South Africa, specifically questions regarding the meaning of LED -- what a 'pro-poor' LED consists of in South Africa, and how residual anti-poor strategies are followed up with a globalized context. It is important to connect LED to globalization since it has pushed local municipalities to become more entreprenurial.

    Salute mentale, cooperazione e sviluppo. Oltre le tecniche d'importazione nell'aiuto umanitario: l'esperienza di Prodere

    Carrino, Luciano (2006)
    The approaches commonly adopted by mental health professionals reveal conceptual shortcomings when applied to situations of extreme poverty and insecurity. development cooperation helps to rethink the relationship between the needs of individuals, the role of Self in the search for well-being and the responsibility of society in imposing processes of satisfaction that produce exclusion and fuel destructive conflicts.

    How international cooperation can support existing local development processes: The experience of the Historical Centre in Havana

    Portieles, Fleites; Julio, A. (2005)
    This book presents the author's experiences in managing the historical restoration of Old Havana. The book analyzes how international cooperation can enhance and support, rather than displace or contravene, already existing processes of local development. A critical tool with which it does so is participatory planning at the local level, which is used to articulate and identify priorities for international cooperation; finally, it also discusses the value of international cooperation as a ...

    Rethinking Gender, Democracy and Development: Is Decentralisation a Tool for Local Effective Political Voice?

    United Nations Development Fund, UNIFEM (2001)
    This seminar, organized with support from the Italian Government, UNIFEM and Women's Alternative Visions from Everywhere (VADO/WAVE) aimed to give new momentum to the political commitment of gender-responsive tranformative policies, through the identification of gender responsive policy frameworks and key policy positions at the local level.

    Facilitating Gender Equitable Local Development: GELD Mozambique

    MacLean, Melissa; Gifford, Katherine (2012)
    In 2009, UN Women and the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) launched the Gender Equitable Local Development (GELD) Programme in five African countries: Mozambique, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Tanzania. The three-year Programme’s central aim is to improve women’s access to resources and services at the local level through gender-responsive planning, programming and budgeting. GELD provides technical and financial support to local governments to plan, budget, and implement ...
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