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  • Alternative approaches to drive  community development

    2020 - Tshikululu Social Investments

    A presentation by Adam Boros on behalf of Tshikululu Social Investments, made at the “Deepening REIPPPP’s Community Development Impact” Learning Event held in February 2020″. The presentation focuses on alternative approaches and fresh thinking on how community development can be realised.

  • Community well-being investments

    2020 - Frontier Energy

    A presentation by Bernard Osawa on behalf of Frontier Energy, made at the “Deepening REIPPPP’s Community Development Impact” Learning Event held in February 2020″. The presentation focuses on how Frontier Energy develops and implements Community Development Action Plans and features a sace study.

  • Economic development solutions case study: The construction of 2 PV solar facilities within close proximity

    2020 - Economic Development Solutions

    A presentation by Janine Espin on behalf of EDS Solutions, made at the “Deepening REIPPPP’s Community Development Impact” Learning Event held in February 2020″. The presentation unpacks the purpose of community development and presents two brief case studies.

  • Compassion fatigue: the cost of caring

    2020 - Chamber Coaching

    A presentation by Kim Ballantine of Camber Coaching , made at the “Deepening REIPPPP’s Community Development Impact” Learning Event held in February 2020″. The presentation unpacks stress, trauma and compassion fatigue, how they impact us and some coping strategies to deal with them.

  • The Masaai of Olkaria: A case study on local economic development

    2020 - Kevin Doyle

    A presentation by Kevin Doyle on behalf of Virunga Power in Kenya, made at the “Deepening REIPPPP’s Community Development Impact” Learning Event held in February 2020″. The photo presentation illustrates local economic development in action in Olkaria, Kenya.

  • Wounded contexts: Implications for deepening REIPPPP’s community development impact

    2020 - Nomfundo Mogapi

    A presentation by Nomfundo Mogapi on behalf of the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, made at the “Deepening REIPPPP’s Community Development Impact” Learning Event held in February 2020″. The presentation highlights the wounded and trauma-filled context within. which community development needs to take place.

  • Executive summary: Deepening REIPPPP’s community development impact

    2020 - Synergy Global Consulting and Partners

    An overall summary of the presentations, discussions and engagements that formed part of the “Deepening REIPPPP’s Community Development Impact” Learning Event held in February 2020″.

  • The economic development impact

    2020 - SAPVIA and SAWEA

    Economic development in the REIPPPP presented at the Developing Developers virtual event

  • History of successes and challenges of South Africa: Community trusts

    2016 - Industrial Development Corporation

    This is a presentation from he SAWEA/SAPVIA roundtables held in May 2016. It outlines the “History of Successes and Challenges of South Africa” focusing on the case of community trusts.

  • Roundtable conversation series – Economic development in REIPPPP: Supporting sound community trusts- establishment, governance and operation

    2016 - Holle Wlokas & Sue Soal

    The joint SAWEA/SAPVIA Working Group on Socio-Economic Development is leading a series of Round Table Conversations regarding Economic Development under the REIPPPP. The aim is to stimulate in-depth thought and discussion about critical aspects of community practices amongst key decision makers and stakeholders involved in the design, implementation and monitoring and evaluation of community development in REIPPPP.
    This report summarises the discussion and key outcomes from the second roundtable which focusses on the establishment, governance and operation of community trusts.

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