Appreciative Inquiry—A Beginning
Appreciative Inquiry-A Beginning documents the expereince of development workers and community members with appreciative inquiry, an innovative approach to bring about lasting change. Appreciative inquiry empowers local people by helping them build a vision for a better future based on their community's strengths. Then, by drawing on these strengths, the community charts a path to turn their vision into reality.
Appreciative Inquiry-A Beginning is a joint project of the International Institute for Sustainable Development and MYRADA
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