The purpose of the project was to identify the potential and constraints of community driven management and service delivery, by tracking the evolution of participation in selected projects as shaped by the interface between individuals, community workers and institutions.
The research had three objectives (1) to understand individual participation in collective action (2) to understand the contribution of community workers to participatory processes and (3) to understand the possibilities of getting institutions right for pro-poor development. The research was undertaken through analysing case studies of community driven development activities in relation to water and HIV/AIDS in Tanzania and South Africa.
This report describes the key findings, background and objectives, methods, findings, dissemination and promotion, and lists the publications associated with this project.
End of project report. Understanding Interlinkages in Community Driven Development. (2007) 12 pp.