Development Potential of an HTA

Table 7. Development Potential of an HTA
Ownership Correspondence Sustainability Replicability
Community members participate in decision making; community members participate in implementation; and community members have control of project after completion. Project meets basic needs; needs met are a development priority; and implementation occurs in association or coordination with other institutions. Project enables development goals; does not constitute a burden or entail added costs; and has a long life cycle. Resources for the project are available in other communities; and institutional environment facilitating implementation is available in other communities.
Source: Manuel Orozco. “Hometown Associations and Development: Ownership, Correspondence, Sustainability and Replicability.” New Patterns for Mexico: Observations on Remittances, Philanthropic Giving, and Equitable Development, edited by Barbara J. Merz. Global Equity Initiative, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA: 2005.

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