Capacity To Aspire Case Study

1239 Words 5 Pages
Capacity to Aspire- refers to a very future success oriented culture capacity. With a strong capacity to aspire, poverty and society can be altered to become developed and successful by establishing a plan and follow set norms. For a poor society to build their desired prosperous future, it must revolt against social structures that only constrain the less wealthy population, create a strong voice in order to promote their ideas and deserves against constraining the poor from governmental and civic action, and stay open to opportunities that promote success and prosperity for the poor. This key term is significant to our class because it is involved with how poor societies can create development and success.
Intentional Economy- This is
…show more content…
Since the country started off being poorly equipped for possible natural disaster damage, the country is open to certain requirements, such as acquiring a large amount of debt and creating policy changes that the international aid agencies recommend. Because the effected country is so desperate for help, it can be prone to being negatively affected by “developed” countries. (Klein 7) This key term relates to class because it is related to the politics of knowledge, in which foreign countries that are thought to have the correct solutions come into the developing country and command what the country should change and …show more content…
However, once the Indian women got together to speak out about their opinions on NGOs a different truth was exposed; that there were many forms of oppression, such as age, culture, religion, and others affecting the women (Nagar 180). The NGOs in the Lesotho case were unsuccessful in “helping’ the Lesotho community due to their lack of the local’s cultural values, which is a clear example of how NGOs tend to fail when they consider themselves as full “experts.” On the other hand, the Alliance in the slum dweller’s case was successful because it was composed of three separate organizations that could each help out in their own specialized ways, therefore having successful results by permitting the poor locals to be their own guides and worked as a team with realistic plans and goals alongside governmental officials which proved their capabilities, strength as a community, and shine light on poverty issues (Appadurai 77).
1e) If I were to organize the participatory component in the water structure, I would connect with the local people in order to gain as much support as I possibly can. For the people that disagree with my ideas, I would either provide them with reasons for why I want to take action in building the water structure or ask what compromises would make them happy so that as many people as possible are content to ensure minimum

Related Documents

Related Topics