Self-reliance and participation of the poor in the development process in the Third World
A self-reliant approach to Third World economic development provides a new orientation in development strategy. Its central emphasis is on meeting the basic needs of the poor and in encouraging them to participate in the development process. The author argues that this participative process is not only the answer to Third World problems but also a global necessity. © 1983.
basic needs strategy, economic development, Third World
Hope, Kempe R., "Self-reliance and participation of the poor in the development process in the Third World" (1983). Articles & Book Chapters. 469.