Asset-based development can be defined as a strategy that builds on existing resources—natural, cultural, structural and leadership—to create valued products and services that can be sustained for local benefit, social assets are the networks, organizations, and organizations, including norms of reciprocity and the mutual trust that exist among and within groups and communities.
Clearly defines asset-based development and provides a method for identifying all types of assets from people to places to organizations, one of the easiest ways to design an asset map is to create a set of concentric circles, with individuals at the center, and associations, organizations, and businesses in the outer circles. In like manner, something valuable that an entity owns, benefits from, or has use of, in generating income.
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