Removing corrosive disadvantages

Key for building the local capacity required to sustain a development initiative and reduce its dependence on sources of political, technical or financial support from abroad, is to create the conditions for its emergence. This requires directly addressing everything that hinders this capacity, that is, its corrosive disadvantages.

Examples range from carrying out specific actions to modify inappropriate external evaluation mechanisms or incentives, transforming harmful local cultural patterns, etc.

Related strategies at:

♣ Removing corrosive disadvantages

See also:

Re-thinking funding strategies

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

Strengthening the local economy

Creating and capitalizing on local resources

Human capital

Prioritizing relevant education and technical training