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01. E-course : Diploma in Integrated Development (Dip. Int. Dev.)


Edition 01: 06 November, 2009






Third  block :  Solutions to the problems.


Section 1 : Anthropological analysis of the three levels of structures.

Section 2 : Division of  responsibilities amongst the three levels of  structures.



Tekstvak: Quarter 2.




Fourth block: The structures to be created. 


Section 1. Justification of the order of sequence for the creation of the structures.

Section 2: Social structures.

Section 3: Financial structures.

Section 4: Productive structures.

Section 5: Service structures.



Fifth block : How the structures from the fourth block solve specific problems.


Section 1: Women’s rights. 

Section 2: Capacity building.

Section 3: Credit crisis.

Section 4: Food security.

Section 5: Sustainability. 

Section 6: Corruption.

Section 7: Water and sanitation.

Section 8: Millennium Goals.

Section 9: Political implications.


 Fourth block :  Section 1. Justification of the order of sequence for the creation of the structures.

 Fourth  block : The structures to be created.

Main index  for the Diploma in Integrated  Development  (Dip. Int. Dev.)

 List of key words.

 List of references.

  Course chart.

 Aspects techniques.

 Courses available.

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"Money is not the key that opens the gates of the market but the bolt that bars them."

Gesell, Silvio, The Natural Economic Order, revised English edition, Peter Owen, London 1958, page 228.


“Poverty is created scarcity”

Wahu Kaara, point 8 of the Global Call to Action Against Poverty, 58th annual NGO Conference, United Nations, New York 7th September 2005.



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