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Cultural crossroads of community participation in development: a case from Nepal



Cultural crossroads of community participation in development: a case from Nepal



Human Organization 48(3): 206-213



The approach of community participation now stands as an established development strategy to promote a more equitable meeting of the basic needs of poor persons in developing countries. While the moral merits of this approach cannot be discounted, questions remain about the cross-cultural viability of the concept of participatory development.

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DOI: 10.17730/humo.48.3.d436524749371702



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