Diversifying sources of financial and political support (public institutions, foundations, enterprises, social organizations, volunteers, etc) reduces development initiatives’ dependency on single sources. This gives them the wherewithal to negotiate their interests and needs more equitably. This helps to achieve more sustainable interventions, that is: more integral, plurally relevant and of equitable ownership.
This can be helped by:
Other related strategies:
Incentives for cooperation Results-based trust Intra and trans-sectoral partnerships Voluntary contributions Alternative Barter Systems Transparency Certainty Creating and capitalizing on local resources Parity/Matching Funds Information and communication technology tools Advocacy capacity Visibility