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Who are the most important people in helping communities make changes that improve their quality of life? This is one of the most vital questions for anyone working in development. Is it the development worker, the church leader, the extension agent, the foreign donor, the local chief or leader, the Mothers Union leader, the health worker or the government expert? Or is it someone less obvious within the community itself – someone, perhaps, with no formal role who plays a key part in helping their community promote and manage change?

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