Centre for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia (CENDHRRA)
29 Apr 1975, Manila (Philippines), as the follow up secretariat of a workshop, held Aug 1974, Swanganivas (Thailand). Registered in accordance with the law of the Philippines. Ceased to exist, 2000.
Promote social change and a just society through systematic efforts to overcome moral, political, technical and structural obstacles to full human development; create an environment where self-help initiatives of the poor might be strengthened; promote linkages between technical experts and grassroots projects; encourage solidarity efforts between North and South communities and institutions; create a network promoting mutual support and exchange of ideas on DHRRAs (Development of Human Resources in Rural Areas).Available with paid subscription only.
Acts as a development resource centre. Undertakes analytical, evaluative studies of field activities. Supports regional secretariats. Set up exposure dialogue programmes. Other activities: consultancy work; documentation and evaluation work; development planning and training; solidarity programmes; case studies of business development services; studies on the cultural foundation of development; pilot projects for new financial mechanisms.
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- Social Activity
- Human Resources
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