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Com). org). The Community Development Council offers certification in community and economic development to full-time professionals (Professional Community and Economic Developer – PCED) and to community volunteers (Certified Community Development Partner – CEDP). Conclusion Some communities do not believe they can influence their own destiny and improve their situation. They have a fatalistic attitude and feel they are victims of circumstances beyond their control – a closed factory, a downsized military base, or a natural disaster.
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