Building the Social Capital of the Poor and Hungry
- How does enhancing the social capital of the poorest and hungry, particularly women, enable effective implementation of policies and interventions to improve their welfare?
- What strategies have proven effective in building trust and developing social networks of the poor and hungry people?
- How are organizations for and with the poor and hungry people best fostered? What can we learn from local and global movements?
- What strategies have been successful in ensuring that the social capital of the poor is harnessed in voicing their demands, providing services, and accessing markets?
- What is needed to foster social innovation and social entrepreneurship, to scale up successes, and to enable social innovators and entrepreneurs to realize sustainable improvements in welfare for the poorest?
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