Specific strategies ♣

The specific strategies identified in this site with the symbol ““, show a list of texts that were extracted from the narratives of the case studies covered in this study.

These extracts of text refer to how the development initiatives investigated concretely carry out these strategies according to their context, the reasons why they use them, the difficulties they face in implementing them and/or what they mean for their capacity of self-sustainability.

If these texts are repeated in some strategies, it is because some of the measures they describe serve different purposes.

Since the texts can be in English or Spanish, please use the side menu translator.

In order to ensure the confidentiality of the initiatives investigated, the names of these are replaced by the legend “[Esta/la iniciativa]” in the case of Spanish texts, and the legend “[This / the initiative]” in the case of texts in English.

Full list of specific strategies (in alphabetical order):

♣ Bridge agents

♣ Adaptation, analysis and innovation units

♣ Advancing the work, while the required funds are secured

♣ Advocacy capacity

♣ Alternative barter systems

♣ Association of initiatives

♣ Assuring plural relevance

♣ Banking trust funds

♣ Capital fund

♣ Capitalizing and enhancing trust and solidarity

♣ Certainty

♣ Choosing the right leaders

♣ Clarity in the definition of roles and responsibilities

♣ Clear mission/orientation

♣ Co-management

♣ Cooperatives

♣ Creating and capitalizing on local resources

♣ Creating and promoting integrative responses

♣ Decentralized budgeting process 

♣ Decentralizing

♣ Demonstrated scaled effect

♣ Demonstrative experiences creator

♣ Differentiation

♣ Directory of participants/resources

♣ Different forms of integration

♣ Diversifying the sources of financial and political support 

♣ Emotional connection

♣ Entrepreneurship

♣ Equity measures: prioritizing disadvantaged

♣ Exit Plan

♣ Favoring internal communication with concrete means

♣ Feedback mechanisms

♣ Fostering local leaders and networks of disseminators

♣ Funds allocation

♣ Funds management

♣ Human capital

♣ Hybrid organizations

♣ Incentives for cooperation

♣ Incubator

♣ Information and communication technology tools

♣ Institutional integration

♣ Integrated service delivery

♣ Intercultural Education Model

♣ Intra and trans-sectoral partnerships

♣ Keeping local stewardship

♣ Know-how

♣ Local Capacity Builder

♣ Local stakeholders organizations

♣ Mapping and planning inherent sources of sustainability, capabilities and corrosive disadvantages

♣ Methods for the selection of objectives and priorities

♣ Models of cooperation vs. competition

♣ Motivating and capitalizing on local ownership

♣ Network Orchestrator

♣ Non-profit organizations

♣ Parity/Matching funds

♣ Participatory Mapping

♣ Pilot projects

♣ Planning self-sustainability

♣ Planning spaces

♣ Positioning (role)

♣ Preventive measures

♣ Prioritizing relevant education and technical training 

♣ Rating systems and external evaluations

♣ Re-thinking funding strategies

♣ Relevance

♣ Removing corrosive disadvantages

♣ Results-based trust

♣ Rotatory management commissions

♣ Scalability

♣ Showing people concrete means to contribute and impact

♣ Social enterprises

♣ Spaces and mechanisms for planning, flexibility and adaptation

♣ Strengthening the local economy

♣ Structures and techniques for local participation, organization and negotiation 

♣ Supra-strategy

♣ Systematization

♣ Systemic interventions

♣ Trans-generational approach

♣ Transparency

♣ Visibility

♣ Voluntary contributions