oa ESR Review : Economic and Social Rights in South Africa - Developing capacity to realise socio-economic rights. The example of HIV / Aids and the right to food in South Africa : feature

Volume 5 Number 3
  • ISSN : 1684-260X



Extracted from text ... 2 Over the last 20 years, capacity building or capacity development has become the dominant strategy in national policies and international technical cooperation. The term 'capacity develop-ment' is increasingly being preferred to 'capacity building' as it embraces the fact that the challenge is not to build, but to further strengthen and develop the existing capacity. There are many definitions of Developing capacity to realise socio-economic rights The example of HIV/Aids and the right to food in South Africa Ida-Eline Engh capacity development. However, their main focus is generally on the ability of individuals, groups, institutions and organisations to identify ..

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