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Investments in Capacity Glossary

Page history last edited by Sharon Fisher 11 years, 10 months ago

These terms may relate to investments in capacity development efforts or the building of capacity. For example, human and financial capital, technological resources, natural resources, and other endowments are possible resource investments or inputs into capacity development. What is meant in today's climate by investments in capacity?

 

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Investments in Capacity Glossary

 

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Resource Inputs

Inputs into capacity building or the capacity development process. For example, human and financial capital, technological resources, natural resources, and other endowments may be resources inputs in processes or programs to invest in capacity or build capacity.

 

World Bank Institute                                November 2009

 


 


  

       
       

 

 

 

 

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