Local stakeholder organizations

Development initiatives’ stakeholders can create local organizations to decentralize their management and decision-making processes. These can create awareness and advocate for specific needs, interests and perceptions.

Examples of these are children’s parliaments/governments at schools, village development committees, parents’ organizations, project management commissions.

Some initiatives help create and develop such structures for local participation and organization. Others support existing ones by providing them with education and technical training, delegating responsibilities, and legal issues.

See strategies related with options for local stakeholders organizations at:

♣ Local stakeholder organizations 

See also:


Fostering local leaders and networks of disseminators

Structures and techniques for local participation, organization and negotiation 

Rotatory management commissions