Stakeholder Involvement as a Means of Promoting Adolescent Health and Well-being An Overview. Lynne M. Borden Extension Specialist, Associate Professor University of Arizona.
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Stakeholder Involvement as a Means of Promoting Adolescent Health and Well-beingAn Overview
Lynne M. Borden
Extension Specialist, Associate Professor
University of Arizona
Individuals or organizations that have investment in the content of a program, or in the dissemination and evaluation of a program
(Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1999)
U. S. Department of Education and U. S.
Department of Justice (1998) note that one
key element of high-quality after-school
programs is an effective partnership
between community-based organizations
-Reduces fragmentation and stretches human and financial resources - Busch (1993)
Citizen Participation in Community Development/ Language: EnglishAuthor: Smith, KeithPublisher: Ohio State University Cooperative Extension Description: A fact sheet that overviews the importance of and reasons for citizen participation in community development activities. It also includes a few suggestions for facilitating participation
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