Community and Localization
The community is at the centre of all our interventions in a given context, and through the different components of the CPA, we constantly engage with all the members of the community and foster community engagement and empowerment. Moreover, in its design, the CPA favours localization and inclusion of local NGOs, CBOs and civil society organizations.
What is a community?
Defining the Community.
CPA engages with all members of the community (including those who are more vulnerable and remain usually unnoticed and are therefore left behind)
Members of the community are
at the centre.
What does it mean concretely?
The CPA put people at the centre as the main priority
at each stage, recognizing that people’s (boys, girls,
men, women) opinions and strategies are concretely
used in providing better results than bulk
Why is localization important?
Ensuring humanitarian development connectedness:
Collective outcomes, what does it mean?
The CPA is built on field experience and ensures continuity of relations and engagement of different population groups (AGD) independently from a project or programme. The action of engagement can be taken over by a different implementer and ultimately by local actors