The international toolkit presents successful results-based approaches from 6 countries for resident engagement and leadership facilitation.  It includes proven tools, techniques, methods, processes and products for front-line workers that sustained involvement of neighborhood residents in local efforts to strenghten families and children.  

August 18, 2003

In This Report, You’ll Learn

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    The definition of a results-based strategy.

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    The 4 principles of resident engagement.

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    How 6 countries used a results-based strategy to promote resident engagement.

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    Why resident participation in community change is critical for success.

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    The tools used in each country for building effective resident leadership.

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    The different ways to engage residents for sustained involvement.

Key Takeaway

Set rules and stick to principles

A results-based strategy recognizes that the best chance of success comes when all parties in a community – agencies, residents, schools, businesses, faith establishments -- mobilize around a clearly defined set of results.

Findings & Stats

Statements & Quotations