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People - Participation
Institutions - Social capital
Common problems in small group decision making
A group promoter (GP) who learns to recognize and address the common problems associated with small group decision making can help groups improve their decision making process and become successful, self-reliant bodies. This article was prepared for inclusion in the popular FAO field manual
English: http://www.fao.org/sd/PPdirect/PPan0009.htm

People - Participation
Institutions - Social capital
Financing for small farmer groups
Accumulation and reinvestment of wealth are driving forces behind economic development. Yet, in most developing countries, the rural poor have little, if any, access to institutional finance. The FAO People's Participation Programme (PPP) has developed a set of financial strategies designed to improve the rural poor's access to essential financial services and promote their financial self-relianc... more
English: http://www.fao.org/sd/PPdirect/PPan0010.htm

Institutions - Social capital
Participatory institutional development
Much emphasis has been paid in development literature to the importance of capital: natural, man-made and human capital. Yet little attention has been given to its fourth dimension: social capital. According to this article, social capital theory aims at developing propositions about the conditions under which governments and communities can cooperate to achieve common ends. It states that horizon... more
English: http://www.fao.org/sd/PPdirect/PPan0012.htm

Institutions - Social capital
The dynamics of conserving movable property in Western Province, Zambia
This paper aims to stimulate policy and scientific discussion on savings options and decisions of rural people in Africa and what might be considered the various social-spatial, ecological, economic and cultural determinants and dimensions of such options and decisions. It is based on a one-month field research visit to Western Province in the period March-April 1997.
English: http://www.fao.org/sd/PPdirect/PPan0013.htm

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