The Quality of Life CHALLENGE: Phase Two
Anne Makhoul, Christina Peacock, Mabel Jean Rawlins and Sue Stovel,
Vibrant Communities convener organizations prepare a ‘framework for change’ upon which they can build their poverty reduction efforts. The Quality of Life CHALLENGE completed its first framework in 2005 and is now two years into a second phase of operations. As members completed a period of transition, they undertook to review whether their original ideas of how to effect poverty reduction held true or needed adjustment.
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