A case study of the Bungala CDEP: economic and social aspects
This paper uses Bungala CDEP as a case study of how CDEP schemes in regional centres and urban areas can meet their multiple objectives of assisting participants to acquire skills which result in unsubsidised employment, developing business enterprises and providing employment in a community development setting. The focus is on the economic and social impacts of the scheme. Bungala has been successful in meeting the needs of all its groups of participants. Significant numbers of participants...[Show more]
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