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How Hospitals Can Improve the Health of Whole Communities Community Development Education General Health Policy 

How Hospitals Can Improve the Health of Whole Communities

In developing countries, millions of people suffer from preventable health problems including infectious diseases, malnutrition and complications of childbirth. In many parts of the world, people lack access to clean water and adequate food which are both key components of good public health. In fact, one billion people in developing countries live on less than one U.S. dollar, 2.5 billion...
Community Economic Development Projects: Sustainability through M&E and Communication Alternatives in development Community Development Foreign Aid General Trade 

Community Economic Development Projects: Sustainability through M&E and Communication

Introduction Though the discipline of community economic development (CED) is, undoubtedly, interdisciplinary in nature, it does encompass key characteristics. For instance, CED fundamentally refers to a community oriented process that provides enhanced local social conditions and economic opportunities. The combination of social and economic development within a community is meant to bring about a higher sense of well-being which, more...