Asset Based Community Development: How to Get Started

A Booklet for Residents

Booklet for residents on how to develop their communities and encourage others to contribute toward creating a good quality of life.

Read or download here.

Published by the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences 2019. Posted under a Creative Commons license. See Nurture Development for additional information. Home page image courtesy Western Norway University of Applied Sciences.

About the Lead Author

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Rita Agdal
Associate Professor Rita Agdal is head of the Master Programme in Community Work at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Bergen, Norway.

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