alone we can do so little; togather we can do so much!!.
Child Survival and Development (CAP)
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Narrative Description of the Project: UNICEF initiated the Child Survival and Development through Community Action Process (CSD-CAP or CAP) in Kalat District in 2004. This is a process of empowering communities and building their capacity to recognize problems and determine and implement solutions through awareness and constructive collaboration. Instead of imposing development from outside, it presents a model for development built from within communities.
The Community Action Process is rooted in the principle that:
“Sustainable development is ultimately based in the capacity of individuals and communities to take responsibility for their own development”
The Community Action Process in Kalat centers on the needs of children. It aims to address critical problems underlying their wellbeing by building the capacity of duty-bearers – from the individual to the family and community levels, from local government to the provincial level. View Report