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By Editorial Board: Ernst Hisch, Chapal Khasnabis, Maya Thomas, Wim van Brakel. Executive Editor: Peter Nicholls.

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He was able to buy a house and got married. Through hard work he achieved many things in his life. By providing assistance when it was most needed, the CBR programme played an important role in the life of Ato Tsega. He admits that before he got help he had a feeling of inferiority that came from his time living in the colony. Now he has developed self-confidence and dignity and is well on the way to being the most important merchant in his town. He is a member of social and religious groups. Financially he is totally independent and able to support other social groups.

Factors that contribute to making an intervention effective Community workers • Responsiveness to suggestions from clients and others. • Careful planning, monitoring and evaluation. • Ownership, enthusiasm and commitment of community workers. Community • Shared responsibility for supervision. • Commitment of resources by community members. Client and family • Ownership of the intervention. • Motivation, as seen in the family’s involvement and encouragement, and the commitment of family resources.

The guide recommends approaches reported to be effective, but avoids prescribing these methods in all situations.

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