Participatory strategic planning – Brazil

This video focuses on a case study of how the residents of ‘Territorio de Bem’ in Brazil used community-led strategic planning to solve their waste disposal problem, promote environmental education, and gain new space for recreation. The initiative ultimately gained the attention of the President and UNDP.

One in a series of video case studies created by the Global Network for Disaster Reduction.

GNDR, 2011.

Participatory strategic planning – Brazil, Overview of GNDR video case studies
http://www.globalnetwork-dr.org/case-studies/financing-of-drr/article/185-brazil1.html, http://www.globalnetwork-dr.org/case-studies.html

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