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Mapping Community Assets

for Social Entrepreneurship article
by

Karen Abdul-Malik

on 12 May 2011

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Transcript of Mapping Community Assets

Mapping Community Assets What Is It? A systematic assessment of
the assets of a community Who is Involved? Residents
Formal Institutions
Informal organizations

Examine printed resources
Contact local formal institutions
Query local individuals
Conduct Capacity Inventory of Individuals
-Skills Information
-Community skills
-Enterprising Interests and Experience
- Personal Information
Analyze collected data
Link Residents, Institutions and
Organizations How Is it Done? Development OF the Community -Asset based
-Internally focused
-Relationship driven
-Focuses on Effectiveness of community
-Builds Interdependencies
-Indentifies ways that people can share
their talents and gifts
-Seeks to empower people
-Gives community voice
-Builds relationships
-Links assets of individuals with
capabilities of instititutions.
-Broadens local leadershi[p
-Moblizies for economic, social and -
political development
-Builds coalitions
-Builds ties between local resources and
resources outside of the community What Does It Do? KEEPRA
-Kinship
-Economics
-Education
-Politics
-Religious
-Associations
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