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Most community development is needs based community development, meaning that it is targeted at filling the needs of the community such as hunger, lack of transportation, etc. Asset based community development builds from what communities can already do to create community controlled institutions that address a wide variety of concerns. Needs based community development and asset based community development should be paired together, but ABCD is rarely done because it is based on a popular education pedagogy that many development practitioners do not understand. This webinar is a brief history and introduction to ABCD.
|Sliding scale fee|
|Household income $100,000 and up||$ 45.00|
|Household income $60,000-$99,999||$ 37.00|
|Household income $30,000-$59,999||$ 30.00|
|Household income $15,000-$29,999||$ 20.00|
|Household income $0-$14,999||$ 15.00|