VCSJ Framework for Change: Taking the Work to the Next Level
 
Eric Leviten-Reid and Anne Makhoul, May 2009
 

Vibrant Communities convener organizations prepare a ‘framework for change’ upon which they can build their poverty reduction efforts.  Vibrant Communities Saint John (VCSJ) completed its first framework in 2005 and is now at the end of an initial four-year implementation phase.  As VCSJ moved into the next phase of its development, its participants undertook to review whether their original ideas of how to effect poverty reduction held true or needed adjustment.


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