Community development encompasses a wide range of skills and institutions that local communities employ to improve their citizens' well-being and quality of life. This introduction to the area of community development delves into the definitions of essential concepts like "community" and "development," as well as the responsibilities that various stakeholders play in community development. A multidisciplinary approach will be undertaken to better comprehend community development's historical foundations, as well as essential theories, techniques, and practices. There will be discussions of both older "expert-driven" traditions and more current approaches that prioritize participatory development and community action research. The links that connect communities, the behaviors that spark development, and the manner in which local communities can participate in the design and planning of neighborhoods, programs, campaigns, and initiatives to meet their needs and aims are all topics that will be investigated.
- Teacher: JOMAN BALITON
- Enrolled students: 2