Human & Social Capital

Development’ is defined differently by different people based on their own
expertise’ and the way their perspectives have been shaped. The
predominant and narrow view that development equates to growth in
income, expansion of infrastructure, and rise in the standard of living is no
longer seen as comprehensive or valid. Development is projected as a broad purpose and justification of all activities, often without answering the
questions of whose development and how.

The free economy is not the enemy but the friend of Social Capital

- Ted Malloch

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This workshop is about exploring an alternate approach to human
development and will encourage participants to understand that true
development can only be achieved when there is a partnership based on
mutual respect, trust, and dignity among all stakeholders.

To learn more and avail of an opportunity to equip yourself with the latest  skills, enroll into our exclusive Building Human & Social Capital Class, you could register here