• Bridges to Sustainable Communities

  • A Systemwide, Cradle-to-Grave Approach to Ending Poverty in America
  • By: Philip E. DeVol
  • Narrated by: Tom Blair
  • Length: 6 hrs and 20 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 03-03-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: aha! Process, Inc.
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Most anti-poverty programs lack a system-wide scope of effort. But when ALL stakeholders - people in poverty, communities, businesses, organizations - come to the table with a coherent plan of action, amazing things happen. This book includes clear examples and proven best practices of what is possible when we're all on the same page. It is a collection of articles published by Philip DeVol, co-author of Bridges Out of Poverty and a leading voice in helping people come together to end poverty. These papers give you new models, ideas, applications, and tools that present guidelines and action steps.

©2010 DeVol & Associates (P)2012 DeVol & Associates

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will read and revisit this book again and again.<br />

best resource I've ever came across. will definitely use this material. very encouraging.
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Some good points.

This was a follow up book to Bridges out of poverty. It had a few good points. It seemed like a promotion book for the Aha company? Certainly picked up some good points and conversation starters.