Partnerships for Social Development

Partnerships for Social Development: A Casebook (Johns Hopkins Department of International Health & Future Generations, 1994)

This, the first SEED-SCALE publication, states in its Conclusion: “Our most important conclusion was that successful and sustainable social development is possible. … Universal commonalities to successful social development are: centrality of community, potential of partnerships, and demonstrations can go to scale. … Key values recur in successful social development, the most important of which is the primacy of equity. … Wherever it succeeds, social development is complex and interdependent.”

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