This Note is an overview of the evolution of a capacity building process in Guyana. It analyses how initial mistakes were overcome thanks to a flexible attitude and willingness to change strategy. The Note also identifies key lessons that may be useful to other capacity building practitioners.

This note is based on CHF’s experiences while executing the Building Community Capacity Project (BCCP), a Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)-funded capacity building project in Guyana between 1996–2003.


Praxis Note 37 - From Near Paralysis to High Achiever - Simon Forrester

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