"Where the rubber hits the tar", assessing problems of capacity building for poverty alleviation and development: the case of a local municipality
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This paper will highlight some of the numerous problems for municipalities, brought on by the re-organization of local development. This report will focus only on problems of capacity building aimed at poverty alleviation within a local municipality. In the conclusion of the paper possible solutions is examined and suggestions recommended for future research.
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