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Organizations relating to Appropriateness

Organization for Peace and Appropriate Development for the Horn of Africa / Leiden, Netherlands / Est. 1991
Water, Engineering and Development Centre / Loughborough, UK / Est. 1972
PATH / Seattle WA, USA / Est. 1977
Centro per un Appropriato Sviluppo Tecnologico / Lavello, Italy / Est. 1980
Union for Appropriate Technological Assistance / Est. 1978
Regional Network for Agricultural Engineering and Machinery / Est. 1977
Latin American Committee for the Coordination and Promotion of Appropriate Technology / Est. 1978
Appropriate Technology Study Centre for Latin America / Est. 1979
International Appropriate Technology Association / Est. 1978
Regional Appropriate Technology Information Service / Est. 1993
Centre for Health Education and Appropriate Health Technology, Bologna / Bologna, Italy / Est. 1979
Regional Network for Appropriate Technology for Rural Development / Est. 1979
Center for Meso American Studies on Appropriate Technology / Guatemala, Guatemala
Centre for International Cooperation and Appropriate Technology / Delft, Netherlands / Est. 1978
Latin American Network for Animal Traction and Appropriate Technology / Est. 1995
Practical Action / Rugby, UK / Est. 1965
Middle East Centre for the Transfer of Appropriate Technology / Est. 1982
German Appropriate Technology Exchange / Frankfurt-Main, Germany / Est. 1978
Appropriate Technology Asia / London, UK
Foundation for Appropriate Economic Solutions
Pacific Islands Forests and Trees Support Programme / Est. 1997
Network of Centres for Research, Education and Development of Organizations
ASEAN Centre for Appropriate Technology
Groupement pour l'étude des fours et outils solaires et l'assistance en technologies appropriées / Est. 1978
Wellspring Africa / Est. 1984

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World Problems relating to Appropriateness

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

International economic fragmentation
Lack of social service extension offices
Breakdown of local community cohesion
Attenuation of group relationships
Social isolation
Thwarted community enthusiasm
Community under-fulfilment
Rivalry and disunity within developing regions
Meaningless corporate engagement
Lack of social accounting in the business community
Uninvolved transient residents
Socio-cultural environment degradation
Abandonment by the international community
Disengagement of citizens from community activities
Detrimental story of community future
Lack of a sense of community and solidarity at the world level
Inadequate sense of community and solidarity amongst workers

Action Strategies relating to Appropriateness

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Affirming all phases of community life
Integrating community life

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