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

Some initiatives purposely identify, study, and monitor:

  1. Corrosive disadvantages, and how to deal with them.
  2. Local capabilities and how to enhance them, as well as their different inherent sources of sustainability (the local resources with which they already count to achieve it).

This way they can take advantage of what serve their social objectives both in the short and long terms and get rid of what does not. This improves the effectiveness of their outcomes. Positive outcomes that are actually, and not only figuratively, available to the people (positive liberties), and that increase the possibilities of their initiative to be sustained.

Related strategies at:

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

See also:

Trans-generational approach

Removing corrosive disadvantages

Participatory Mapping

Spaces and mechanisms for planning, flexibility and adaptation

Creating and capitalizing on local resources

♣ Directory of participants/resources

Motivating and capitalizing on local ownership

Systematization