Reasons for Success: Learning from Instructive Experiences in Rural Development
Kumarian Press, 1998 - Political Science - 233 pages
* The indispensable follow-up to Reasons for Hope
* Recommends action to improve rural living standards
From an outside perspective that contrasts the personal, firsthand views of the first text, the authors impart critical, dynamic ideas for improving the lives of those in rural communities. They contend that real progress depends less on money alone, and more upon passionate ideas, acting on those ideas through leadership, and implementing appropriate methods for change.
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