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A Framework for the Community Participation in Post-conflict Housing Reconstruction Projects: A Case of Gaza Strip
Chapter 2 Literature Review8
2.1. Introduction to the barriers of the community based method9
2.2. Barriers groups of the community based method10
2.3. The main barriers of the community based method14
2.3.1. Lack of stakeholders capacity14
2.3.2. Lack of the government support17
2.3.3. Inflexible short deadlines19
2.3.4. Budget restrictions and donor requirements21
2.3.5. Neglecting the socio- economic, cultural and political pressure23
2.3.6. Lack of NGOs competency25
2.3.7. Lack of the coordination between the stakeholders26
2.3.8. Lack of transparent reconstruction process28
2.3.9. Lack of gender participation29
2.4. Introduction to the success factors of the community based method31
2.5. Success groups of the community based method32
2.6. The main success factors of the community based method35
2.6.1. Effective communication among the stakeholders35
2.6.2. Community cultures and beliefs needs37
2.6.3. The local government support39
2.6.4. Community education, training and awareness40
2.6.5. Women participation42
2.6.6. Transparency and accountability43
2.6.7. Sufficient funding availability44
2.7. Framework for the community based method in housing reconstruction projects45
2.7.1. Definition and background45
2.7.2. Advantages of Logical Framework Matrix (LFM)47
2.7.3. Limitation of the Logical Frameworks47
2.7.4. Steps to build logical framework48
2.7.5. Logical frame matrix components49 Logical frame columns49 Logical framework rows50
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