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The Community Governance and Grievance Management Project : Mid Term Review Sustainability Study (Inglês)

This section is in three parts and provides an overview to the sustainability study work, including the team’s broader findings. The first part explains the background to the Sustainability Study, its purpose and how this work fits in with the Community Governance & Grievance Management (“CGGM”) Project (“the project”) Mid Term Review (“MTR”). The second part explains the approach and methods used by the Study Team. This part includes a brief introduction to the project, its purposes and ‘theory of change’, and with this in mind, what the project aims to sustain over time, both in processes and impacts on the lives of rural Solomon Islanders. This part also lays out a series of questions that are used to structure this Report, along with the criteria used to assess sustainability in this report. The last part summarizes the Team’s conclusions about ‘sustainability’.


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    The Community Governance and Grievance Management Project : Mid Term Review Sustainability Study

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