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The 'Multi' Strategy Approach
The myriad range of problems and solutions, of actors and actions, and of resources and strenghts, that cocern the environment clearly requires a 'multi' strategy that takes into account all possible scenarios. The components of this strategy includes -
- Multi-Media: the use of different means and technologies to tackle a problem or issue
- Multi-Level: the understanding of issues involved at different scales at the local, regional, national and international levels
- Multi-Purpose: the use of information and resources for different purposes to achieve different goals and objectives.
- Multi-Activity: Use of different forms of formal and informal interaction and collaboration to initiate activities
- Multi-Dimension: Understand the different modes of communications from one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-one and many-to-many
- Multi-Actor: Involve the different actors, bringing in different resources and strengths - including community groups, NGOs, businesses etc.
- Multi-Time: take a prudent timeline in developing policies that are valid and function on the short-term, medium-term and long-term