Now, it’s time for the social impact world to catch up. By implementing barter, different groups, NGOs, and social leaders can actually overcome many notorious challenges, transform their operations, and even achieve greater independence in resource collection and utilization.
How can social change organizations benefit from barter – both for themselves and through encouraging it in their target communities? And what are the challenges along the way?
All over the world, social organizations are working hard to support positive change, but the complex environments they operate in often make it difficult. Interestingly, barter is already present in many cash-less communities. By scaling it further, organizations can contribute to greater resilience. A strong barter system can form the base of positive interactions and promote increased cohesion within a group of diverse actors...
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