Global Communities’ Participatory Action for Community Enhancement (PACE) methodology offers a structured process for strengthening the ability of local communities to work together to map their assets and strengths, identify priority needs, mobilize resources to complete community projects and set in motion a community-based development process. The methodology works through three stages to bring individuals together across all segments of the community to achieve a common goal for the benefit of everyone.
Stage 1: Setting the Foundation Stage 2: Taking Action Stage 3: Taking Ownership & Sustaining Action
Community participation is the cornerstone of PACE. It is both a process by which communities take an active role in their development and a mechanism which allows and reinforces participation as a direct result of PACE programs.
PACE methodology is a best practice approach built on core beliefs developed through the work of Global Communities (formerly CHF International) since their formation in 1952. This approach has been used in communities around the globe, in Honduras, Iraq, Columbia and Nicaragua.
An overview of PACE can be found at the link below, please contact Global Communities directly for more information and assistance in implementing the PACE methodology.
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